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                      Cyclone Idai - events as they happen

                      Cyclone Idai - events as they happen

                      Updated 20 May 2019

                      Summary

                      ? Tropical Cyclone Idai made landfall near Beira City in Mozambique in the early hours of 15 March 2019.

                      ? The system also brought heavy rains and flooding to Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Malawi.

                      ? A total of 1.6 million people have been affected in the three countries, UN OCHA estimates.

                      ? WHO is supporting health response by deploying staff, dispatching medicines, and strengthening disease detection and response in affected areas.

                      ? Tropical Cyclone Kenneth made landfall in northern Mozambique, in Cabo Delgado province on the evening of 25 April 2019. Authorities are warning of "massive flooding" ahead.

                       

                      The rush to deliver cholera vaccines to remote communities in Zimbabwe

                      20 May 2019

                      It was a mad rush to the airfield. At the back of the jeep, Abi Kebra Belaye and her colleague Shamiso Nyasanu tensely shuffled papers – waybills of vaccines and other essential medical materials that needed to be dropped by helicopter in north-east Zimbabwe.

                      It wasn’t the first time they had made this trip – the last one failed. The weather was gloomy then, with thunderstorms roaring from the mountain ridge, making it too risky to fly any aircraft.

                      Read the full story

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                      More than 500 000 doses of cholera vaccine available for Cabo Delgado

                      16 May 2019

                      A five day emergency cholera vaccination campaign which was launched today by the Ministry of Health in Mozambique with support from the World Health Organization (WHO) and other health partners, will see over 285 000 people receiving oral cholera vaccine.

                      News release can be accessed here

                       

                      "We try to reinforce a system that will be as sustainable as possible even once the bulk of the emergency has passed." - Dr. Stéphane Hugonnet

                      16 May 2019

                      Full profile in English can be accessed here

                      Stephane Hugonnet Mozambique April 2019

                      WHO

                      Dr. Stéphane Hugonnet is a medical epidemiologist. He works in the Emergencies Programme at WHO headquarters in Geneva in the Department of Surveillance, Risk Assessment and Information Management.

                       

                      2 months after Idai: Women making a big difference

                      13 May 2019

                      In the aftermath of Cyclone Idai which devastated large areas of Mozambique, a group of 15 dedicated women – mostly widows – have been credited with ensuring that sthere have been no cases of cholera in their district.

                      News release can be accessed here

                       

                      The capacity building training started today!

                      13 May 2019

                       

                      Guidance to 60 technical staff on malaria case management

                      11 May 2019

                       

                      The oral cholera vaccination campaign that reached more than 800 000 people had a significant effect in reducing cholera cases in Sofala Province, Mozambique

                      10 May 2019

                      Full situation report can be accessed here

                       

                      cholera outbreak graph

                       

                      The profound role of technology following Cyclone Idai

                      9 May 2019

                      In an era of intensified natural disasters and catastrophic impact, communities in Africa are discovering that taking care of themselves and rising from rubble is within their reach – provided they have the right connection. 

                      In Cyclone Idai-affected communities of Mozambique, for instance, they have learned that when they connect to the right information, they can strengthen their resilience and begin rebuilding their environment, without waiting for outside help to reach them.

                      News release can be accessed here

                       

                      The profound role of technology following Cyclone Idai

                      9 May 2019

                      In an era of intensified natural disasters and catastrophic impact, communities in Africa are discovering that taking care of themselves and rising from rubble is within their reach – provided they have the right connection. 

                      In Cyclone Idai-affected communities of Mozambique, for instance, they have learned that when they connect to the right information, they can strengthen their resilience and begin rebuilding their environment, without waiting for outside help to reach them.

                      News release can be accessed here

                       

                      "Our major focus is on prevention of waterborne diseases such as cholera, malaria prevention, continuity of treatment of chronic diseases, water and sanitation and nutrition." - Raquel Mahoque Maguele

                      8 May 2019

                      Full profile in English can be accessed here

                      Perfil completo em Português pode ser acessado aqui

                      Raquel Mahoque Maguele

                      WHO

                      Raquel Mahoque Maguele works at the WHO country office in Mozambique. She is in Beira as health operations coordinator.

                       

                      "I ended up taking care of everything." - Lionel Caetano António Domingo

                      8 May 2019

                      Full profile in English can be accessed here

                      Perfil completo em Português pode ser acessado aqui

                      Lionel Caetano António Domingo

                      WHO

                      Lionel Caetano António Domingo is a General Medicine Technician working at the health unit in the 24 de Julho accomodation centre in Beira.

                       

                      "I am here to help my country with my experience and knowledge. My dream is to eliminate malaria by 2030." - Dr Eva de Carvalho

                      8 May 2019

                      Full profile in English can be accessed here

                      Perfil completo em Português pode ser acessado aqui

                      Dr Eva de Carvalho

                      WHO

                      Dr Eva de Carvalho is supporting the provincial health authorities to supervise the work of the health clinics in the accommodation centres.

                       

                      Baby Kenneth was born yesterday!

                      6 May 2019

                       

                      Health Week in Mozambique

                      6 May 2019

                      Every year the Ministry of Health of Mozambique launches Health Week in Mozambique, together with the World Health Organization (WHO) and the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) as main partners. Today, the launch was marked by the constraints following Cyclone Idai in the four most affected provinces: Sofala, Manica, Inhambane and Zambezia.

                      News release can be accessed here

                       

                      Cyclone Idai and cyclone Kenneth hit Mozambique at a critical time

                      4 May 2019

                       

                      At least 188 676 people require health assistance after Cyclone Kenneth pummels north-eastern Mozambique

                      2 May 2019

                      Cyclone Kenneth, the second category 3 cyclone to hit Mozambique within five weeks, brought widespread destruction and displacement and exacerbated health risks in the north-eastern province of Cabo Delgado after making landfall on 25 April. The cyclone struck populations already vulnerable due to a fragile health system and weak water and sanitation infrastructure.

                      Press release can be accessed here

                       

                      WHO team in Beira discussed health activities for Cyclone Idai with H.M. Queen of Spain 

                      30 April 2019

                      H.M the Queen of Spain met the WHO team deployed in Beira within the context of WHO Mozambique’s coordination of the international outbreak response.  WHO deployed 7 experts, including 5 epidemiologists, 1 infection prevention control manager and 1 data manager, through the Global Outbreak Alert and Response Network, to ensure that the right technical expertise and skills are on the ground where and when they are needed most.

                      H.M Queen of Spain

                      WHO/Antonio Palazuelos Prieto

                       

                      UNICEF Medical supplies to Matemo Island

                      30 April 2019

                      Saviano Abreu_Pemba Mozambique Medical supplies from UNICEF

                      OCHA/Saviano Abreu

                      Rains have paused around Pemba and we are heading to Matemo Island with medical supplies from UNICEF. Aid works will conduct assessments in the island, one of the worst-hit by CycloneKenneth in Mozambique.

                       

                      Cyclone Kenneth in Cabo Delgado, Mozambique

                      29 April 2019

                      Saviano Abreu_ Cyclone Kenneth_Macomia District (2)

                      OCHA/Saviano

                      With heavy rains forecast in the whole province, shelter is an urgent priority for families affected.

                       

                      Cyclone Kenneth in Mahate neighbourhood in Pemba

                      28 April 2019

                      Saviano Abreu_Pemba, Mozambique 2

                      OCHA/Saviano Abreu

                      Landslides are feared in the Mahate neighbourhood in Pemba after Cyclone Kenneth swept through Mozambique. The population is still in the zone, with some houses too close to the large crack cutting across the community. The weather conditions increase risk of floods and landslides.

                       

                      Cyclone Kenneth in Cabo Delgado, Mozambique

                      27 April 2019

                      Cyclone Kenneth in Cabo Delgado, Mozambique

                      OCHA / Saviano Abreu

                      Macomia district, in Cabo Delgado, was heavily affected by Cyclone Kenneth, that made landfall on 25 April. Many communities were completely destroyed.

                       

                      Impact of Cyclone Kenneth: Stéphane Dujarric, Spokesman for the Secretary-General

                      28 April 2019

                      United Nations Secretary-General, António Guterres"The Secretary-General is deeply saddened at reports of loss of lives and destruction in Mozambique and Comoros as a result of tropical cyclone Kenneth, six weeks after cyclone Idai made landfall in Mozambique, Malawi and Zimbabwe. He extends his condolences and solidarity to the families of the victims and to the Governments and peoples of Mozambique and Comoros.
                       
                      The United Nations and humanitarian partners are supporting the national authorities in assessing needs and providing assistance.
                       
                      The Secretary-General makes an appeal to the  international community for additional resources, which are critically needed to fund the response in the immediate, medium and longer term."


                      United Nations Secretary-General, António Guterres

                      UN Photo/Mark Garten

                       

                      Cyclone Kenneth: WHO sending water treatment and logistics materials

                      26 April 2019

                       

                      Tropical Cyclone Idai Mozambique Situation Report 4

                      26 April 2019

                      The risk of communicable diseases remains of humanitarian concern with major health risks including cholera, acute watery diarrhoea (AWD), bloody diarrhoea, malaria, dengue and other water borne diseases. Since the declaration of the cholera outbreak on 27 March in four districts (Beira, Buzi, Dondo and Nhamatanda) of Sofala Province, 6,682 cases and 8 deaths were reported as of 25 April (case fatality rate: 0.1%).

                      Situation report can be accessed here

                       

                      Mozambique hit by a second powerful cyclone in just six weeks

                      25 April 2019

                      Mozambique has been hit by a second powerful cyclone in just six weeks after being fustigated by cyclone Idai on March 14-15. Authorities are warning of "massive flooding" ahead.

                      Full story on the UNDP Mozambique website

                       

                      Cyclone Idai: 1-month of critical health needs

                      25 April 2019

                      In the first weeks of Cyclone Idai's aftermath, WHO and partners moved rapidly to support the Ministry of Heath to save lives and limit the suffering of more than 1.8 million people left without shelter, food, safe water and sanitation and health services.

                      Read the photo story

                       

                      WHO Malawi leads the health Sector’s response to the people severely affected by Cyclone Idai

                      24 April 2019

                      The torrential rains did not stop for three days and nights. It was on the fourth night that the walls gave way from the mud brick house that Eunice Sopo and her three children called home.

                      Parts of Mozambique and eastern Zimbabwe had been swept away before Cyclone Idai’s torrential rains hit Malawi, creating extraordinary flood conditions that swept away homes, crops and lives. 

                      Read the full story

                       

                      WHO in Mozambique: restoring health services after the cyclone

                      22 April 2019

                       

                      Reduction of cholera cases: remaining vigilant

                      22 April 2019

                       

                      "800 000 people are struggling to find food to survive"

                      20 April 2019

                       

                      Tropical Cyclone Idai Mozambique Situation Report 3

                      19 April 2019

                      The flooding and stagnation of water has increased the risk of communicable diseases and a favourable ground for breeding of mosquitoes. Major Health Risks are to do with Cholera and other acute watery diarrhea, Bloody diarrhea, Vector-borne diseases, including malaria, dengue, Other epidemic-prone diseases (measles) and Malnutrition. The malaria cases are increasing in the four-main affected districts with an accumulative number of cases reported of 12,918 cases since the explosion of the cyclone. The highest numbers of reported cases are in in Nhamatanda.

                      Situation report can be accessed here 

                       

                      UNICEF and partners helping children returning to school

                      19 April 2019

                       

                      WHO health response to Cyclone Idai in Mozambique

                      19 April 2019

                       

                      Local communities contribute to post-Cyclone recovery

                      17 April 2019

                      Activistas

                      WHO

                      "Activistas", women community volunteers, cleaning up hospital equipment at the Lamego health centre in Nhamatanda, Mozambique. The centre was completely flooded and lost almost all its equipment and supplies.

                       

                      Water restored to nearly 10 000 people affected

                      17 April 2019

                       

                      WHO to roll out its early warning alert and response system to 80 health centres

                      16 April 2019

                       

                      500 000 people to be vaccinated agains cholera in Chimanimani and Chipinge, Zimbabwe

                      16 April 2019

                      An oral cholera vaccine (OCV) campaign targeting nearly 500 000 people began on Tuesday, 16 April 2019, in Zimbabwe in the two districts most affected by cyclone Idai. During the campaign all residents of Chimanimani and Chipinge districts aged 12 months and older will receive the vaccine to protect them agains cholera.

                      Read the story

                       

                      214 health workers trained in preparation for oral cholera vaccination that will take place this week

                      15 April 2019

                      vaccination-training

                      WHO

                      "Despite challenges, health workers are ready and happy to protect their communities by vaccinating them against cholera," Abi Kebra Belaye, WHO vaccination focal point in Mutare said. Ministry of Health with the support of WHO trained 214 health workers in preparation for the oral cholera vaccination that will take place this week.

                       

                      With the local radio station damaged, health messages are being broadcasted from the back of a motorbike

                      14 April 2019

                       

                      A month on, the response is only 23% funded

                      13 April 2019

                       

                      "If health threats are not managed and prevented now, the cost will be a major disease outbreak"

                      13 April 2019

                       

                      Hope in the face of adversity: Emergency Medical Teams in action

                      12 April 2019

                      baby-delivered-in-mozambique

                      WHO/G.Novelo

                      Twins delivered yesterday at the Italian Type 2 Field Hospital. The baby girl was named Italia and the boy Mario after the surgeon who delivered them (pictured here holding his namesake). Emergency Medical Teams like this one from Italy are providing health services including emergency surgery alongside damaged health facilities.

                       

                      Tropical Cyclone Idai Mozambique Situation Report 2

                      12 April 2019

                      The situation for the most affected districts has improved though there are still isolated communities requiring air or boat operations for mobile clinics. Cholera and other acute watery diarrhea, bloody diarrhea , measles, vector-borne diseases, including malaria, dengue, other epidemic-prone diseases and malnutrition remain the major health risks.

                      Situation report can be accessed here

                       

                      Working with communities to promote responsible behaviors following Cyclone Idai

                      11 April 2019

                      community-engagement-radio

                      WHO

                      Community mobile radio, a key partner for community engagement. Aguia Community Radio Station is delivering key cholera messages to communities in Dondo to raise awareness in healthy use of water, hygiene and sanitation habits and promote the well-being of local populations.

                      community-engagement-workshop

                      WHO

                      Community engagement session on malaria prevention in Mafarinha community health post, Dondo. A community volunteer is facilitating an awareness interaction for local youth with WHO support to promote responsible behavior for mosquito prevention and malaria early detection.

                      community-engagement-nutrition

                      WHO

                      Community engagement for nutrition and breastfeeding.

                      community-engagement-wash

                      WHO

                      Community engagement for water, sanitation and hygiene to promote cholera prevention in Dondo, Sofala province.

                       

                      Fast rollout of cholera vaccines for people in need in Mozambique - 800 000 people reached

                      10 April 2019

                       

                      "If it were not for the big helicopters bringing us food I do not know what would become of us"

                      10 April 2019

                       

                      New numbers released for the three affected countries

                      10 April 2019

                       

                      Mosquito nets are being distributed at Dondo district hospital

                      10 April 2019

                      mosquito-net-distribution

                      WHO

                       

                      UNICEF supporting WASH interventions related to cholera prevention and response in Sofala

                      9 April 2019

                       

                      88 tons of medical supplies funded by the Russian Federation have arrived in Beira

                      9 April 2019

                      The shipment consists of:

                      • 2 IEHK supplementary modules
                      • 20 IEHK basic modules
                      • 1 central reference cholera module
                      • 6 community cholera modules
                      • 3 periphery cholera modules
                      • 1 hardware cholera module
                      medical-supplies-arrive

                      WHO

                       

                      >50% of the targeted 900 000 people have been vaccinated against cholera in the province of Sofala

                      8 April 2019

                       

                      Thousands of people received the oral cholera vaccine today as part of a six-day emergency vaccination campaign

                      8 April 2019

                      At the 7 de Abril Primary School in Inhamayabwe village, near the town of Dondo, excited school children gather in their classrooms, pushing one another to the front of the crowded room where each child receives their dose.

                      Read the story and take a look at the photos

                      Mozambique cyclone idai amelia mateos oral cholera vaccine

                      Nieuwenhof

                       

                      More than 80 partners supporting response in Mozambique

                      6 April 2019

                      • 44 International NGOs
                      • 26 National NGOs
                      • 9 UN agencies
                      • 4 Red Cross teams
                      partners-response

                      WHO


                      Tropical Cyclone Idai Mozambique Situation Report 1

                      6 April 2019

                      In March 2019, the Cyclone Idai weather system brought destruction and damage to Inhambane, Manica, Sofala, Tete and Zambezia provinces. The impact of Cyclone Idai and subsequent flooding, has resulted in an estimated 1.85 million people in need of humanitarian assistance and protection.

                      Situation report can be accessed here

                       

                       

                      Harnessing local capacity to get safe water flowing

                      6 April 2019

                       

                      WHO sending medicines and medical supplies to support clinics in Malawi

                      5 April 2019

                       

                       

                      Children at a primary school near Dondo, Mozambique receive oral cholera vaccine

                      5 April 2019

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                      160 000 mosquito nets to be delivered to Zimbabwe as part of malaria preparedness measures

                      4 April 2019

                       

                      6.7 tonnes of medical supplies and equipment arrived today in Beira

                      3 April 2019

                       

                      Nearly 1 million doses of oral cholera vaccine approved for Zimbabwe

                      3 April 2019

                      The International Coordinating Group (ICG) on Vaccine Provision approved the release of 975 646 doses of oral cholera vaccine today to scale up efforts in controlling the spread of the disease in the country.

                      Find out more

                       

                      First in line for cholera vaccination in Beira - the vaccination campaign has started

                      3 April 2019

                      More information about the vaccination campaign

                       

                      Oral cholera vaccination campaign is about to start in Mozambique

                      3 April 2019

                       

                      500 beds are now open in 7 cholera treatment centres

                      3 April 2019

                      A Baby was born on top of a mango tree during Cyclone Idai in Mozambique

                      2 April 2019

                       

                      900 000 doses of cholera vaccine arrive in Beira, vaccination campaign due to start tomorrow

                      2 April 2019

                      Full story can be accessed here

                       

                      Nearly 110 000 houses destroyed or flooded in Mozambique

                      2 April 2019

                       

                      "Speed is of the essence if we are to save lives and limit suffering” 

                      1 April 2019

                      WHO Regional Director for Africa, Dr Matshidiso Moeti, took a first-hand look at response efforts to save lives and protect health for the people in Beira, the city hardest hit by Cyclone Idai in Mozambique.

                      Press release can be accessed here

                       

                      Donor alert for Mozambique released

                      1 April 2019

                      WHO has requested US$ 13 million to support the response. WHO's goal is to establish effective leadership and response coordination at national and provincial level, to restore health services, and to prevent, detect, verify and rapidly respond to disease outbreaks through strengthened surveillance.

                      See the donor alert

                       

                      The main hub for the response to Cyclone Idai

                      1 April 2019

                      beira-airport

                      WHO/S. Cumberland

                      Beira Airport is the main hub for the response to Cyclone Idai in Mozambique. There is a constant buzz of helicopters and movement of trucks and people as responders support the government to reach the people in need with essentials including food, shelter and medical supplies

                       

                      59 military assets from Member States supporting the response

                      1 April 2019

                       

                      WHO training health care workers to manage cholera

                      31 March 2019

                       

                      9 cholera treatment centres are now open

                      31 March 2019

                       

                      Many affected communities in Zimbabwe are still inaccessible

                      30 March 2019

                       

                      Zimbabwe receives medical supplies from WHO

                      29 March 2019

                      medical-equipment

                      WHO

                      The first shipment of cholera and malaria medical supplies arrived in Harare for dispatch to the Eastern Highlands – the area hardest hit by Cyclone Idai.

                       

                      900,000 doses of cholera vaccine on their way to Mozambique

                      29 March 2019

                       

                      What it means to almost lose a home to cyclone

                      28 March 2019

                       

                      Deployment of 21 Emergency Medical Teams to treat those affected

                      28 March 2019

                       

                      Cholera cases confirmed in Mozambique: response has started

                      28 March 2019

                       

                      Behind the scenes: WHO team in Mozambique

                      28 March 2019

                      WHO team in Mozambique

                      WHO/G. Moreira

                      Dr Djamila Cabral (r), head of WHO office in Mozambique meets with the WHO response team on the ground in Beira.

                      Incident management meeting in Mozambique

                      WHO/G.Moreira

                      Rob Holden, Incident Manager, leads the morning meeting at WHO Country Office Mozambique.

                       

                      UN in action coordinating the response

                      27 March 2019

                       

                      New ways to reach out to communities amid destruction

                      27 March 2019

                       

                      Cyclone Idai briefing

                      26 March 2019

                      "Last Friday I visited Beira, one of the worst-affected areas that was hit by Tropical Cyclone Idai," Dr Djamila Cabral, WHO Representative in Mozambique said. "The devastation is enormous."

                      Full briefing can be accessed here

                       

                      55 health facilities severely damaged in Mozambique

                      26 March 2019

                       

                      US$281.7 million urgently needed to ramp up relief operations

                      26 March 2019

                      Humanitarian partners have issued a revised Humanitarian Response Plan requesting US$281.7 million to ramp up the response the devastating impact of Cyclone Idai, bring the total funding required for Mozambique to US$336.9 million.

                      Full OCHA story can be accessed here.

                       

                      Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, WHO Director-General calls for "no regrets" approach in this emergency

                      25 March 2019

                       

                      53 health centres affected

                      22 March 2019

                       

                      Medical supplies sent by WHO arrive at Skyline

                      22 March 2019

                       

                      Risk of diseases is increasing

                      21 March 2019

                      Increased risk for cholera, malaria and typhoid

                       

                      WHO providing assistance to those affected

                      20 March 2019

                       

                      Reviewing impact of Cyclone Idai

                      20 March 2019

                      Photos from the Interagency rapid assessment team on the ground.

                       

                      Emergency "bigger by the hour"

                      19 March 2019

                      Many people are in desperate situations, thousands are fighting for their lives.

                       

                      WHO sending urgent health assistance

                      19 March 2019

                      Given the disruption of health services, WHO and partners are supporting all three governments in ramping up the health response to the disaster.

                       

                       

                      Death toll mounts

                      17 March 2019

                      The UN chief has expressed his sadness at the loss of life and displacement across Zimbabwe, as a result of the deadly Tropical Cyclone Idai, which has pounded Southern Africa in recent days, leaving at least 150 dead in Malawi alone, according to latest news reports.

                      According to the World Food Programme, preliminary projections indicate that at least 1.7 million people were affected in the direct-path of the cyclone in Mozambique, with a further 920,000 in Malawi.

                      Full story can be accessed on the UN website.

                       

                      Cyclone Idai makes landfall, displaces thousands in southern Africa

                      16 March 2019

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