Unicef on aftermath of Cyclone Ida

A month after Cyclone Idai tore through Mozambique, Malawi and Zimbabwe UNICEF says that one point six million children are still incredibly vulnerable to disease, and a lack of food.
In Mozambique alone one million children need help, nearly half a million more in Malawi also need food and medicines.
Cholera and Malaria are now being diagnosed in Mozambique after the cyclone hit.

James Elder is the regional chief of Communications for Eastern and Southern Africa for Unicef.
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