Families already at risk of poor health without basic sanitation & unable to protect themselves during a global pandemic are now dealing with the impacts of a natural disaster. 

WATSAN hygiene and sanitation training and pump rehabilitation teams have completely stopped work due to heavily damaged and muddy roads. Bridges have been washed away while power lines, taken down by the wind, have caused prolonged power cuts as providers struggle to get out for repairs. Beneficiary homes, typically made of mud and poles, have been damaged and need rebuilding. 

Many families spend the night of Saturday 23 January standing under the rainfall with their children. Their harvest, which could sustain them till the next harvest, was destroyed as well as their properties (blankets, clothes, chairs, kitchen utensils, domestic animals).

Rufaro, Watsan Mozambique

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