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Eight months after Idai: Chronology of displacement, humanitarian needs and challenges going forward in Mozambique

This report provides a snapshot of the data available and key humanitarian challenges eight months after the passage of Cyclone Idai in Mozambique between 4 – 15 March 2019.

It shows the patterns and impacts of displacement in the eight months after the passage of Cyclone Idai in Mozambique from the initial emergency response phase to a longer-term recovery phase. An overview is given of the trends of internal displacement between March and November, the main humanitarian needs reported by internally displaced people (IDPs), living conditions in affected areas, and the challenges going forward and prospects for durable solutions.

This is important as the country moves forward in recovery and risk reduction efforts to mitigate the effects of future disasters with the upcoming arrival of the rain and cyclone season.

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