Up to 400,000 hectares of crops have been lost in flooding across Zimbabwe, Malawi and Mozambique © Andrew Renneisen/Getty Images
Up to 400,000 hectares of crops have been lost in flooding across Zimbabwe, Malawi and Mozambique © Andrew Renneisen/Getty Images

Victims of Cyclone Idai need 86,000 tonnes of commodities

28 March 2019

The United Nations World Food Programme (UNWFP) said large quantities of food are required to support devastated communities in the next three months in the aftermath of Cyclone Idai in Zimbabwe, Malawi and Mozambique.

The organisation said it had been procuring large quantities of cereals, vegetable oil and fortified blended foods from southern Africa to be transported into Mozambique.

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