Cyclone Idai Red Cross appeals for donations as Mozambique death toll rises

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Torrential rains were expected to continue into Thursday and floodwaters were still rising water and clothing to desperate survivors. Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa received a somber welcome in the hard hit mountain community of Chimanimani near the border with Mozambique. Some people had been out at beer halls when the cyclone hit and came home to find nothing left. 9 million to Mozambique citing the Emirates Red Crescent. Some survivors were still clinging onto trees or roofs waiting for rescue teams almost a week after the storm first struck. Great floods have sowed mourning and devastation in various areas of Mozambique Pope Francis said on Wednesday. Aid groups have struggled to reach survivors trapped in more remote areas of Mozambique where some villages are submerged. The death count is expected to rise in southeastern Africa according to reports. Many have special funds set aside just for Cyclone Idai relief. They have a special donation button specifically for Cyclone Idai victims

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