HARARE, Zimbabwe

Even a year after the intense Cyclone Idai hit southern African nations of Zimbabwe and Mozambique, uprooting two million people, survivors are finding a tough time to get back on their feet.

High speed winds that unleased the region from March 4-21 last year killed 1,300 people in Mozambique and 350 people in Zimbabwe, besides damaging properties worth billions of dollars and wiping out the livelihoods of millions.

Speaking to Anadolu Agency, many victims blamed the indifference of stakeholders, loss of interest by international organizations and corruption at local levels responsible for their plight and a hindrance to

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