Muslim Survivors Of Cyclone Kenneth Find Refuge In Mozambique Church

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the miaze river flowing over the road near pemba . Tens of thousands of people in the Macomia and Quissanga districts north of Pemba and on Ibo island need food and shelter. PEMBA a young Muslim girl chases around with other children. Situated in the heart of this predominantly Muslim but diverse city ravaged by Cyclone Kenneth Mozambiques northernmost province. More than 22 inches of rain have fallen in Pemba since Kenneth arrived just six weeks after Cyclone Idai tore into central Mozambique. Shelter is a top priority for most cyclone survivors and this is what the church is providing promoting itself as a safe space even before the storm. Cyclone Kenneth is not the first calamity to bring people of different faiths together in the province. Kenneth is the second powerful tropical storm to hit southeast Africa in 6 weeks. It made landfall as the country was still struggling with the aftermath of Cyclone Idai which hit further south. Cyclone Kenneth made landfall at the end of the rainy season the UN agency said in its latest update

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