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The tropical storm Ana, which started last week on the coast bordering L Indian Ocean, has made at least 77 deaths in Madagascar, Mozambique and Malawi. Tens of thousands of people have been forced to leave their homes.
The balance sheet of the Tropical Storm Ana, which hit several southern African countries, climbed to 77 dead, according to the latest assessments given on Thursday, January 27.
In the evening, the national state of disaster was decreed in Madagascar where 48 people were killed. In Mozambique, 18 people who found death and 11 in Malawi. The storm also touched Zimbabwe but no death was reported.
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The heavy rains started last week on the coast bordering the Indian Ocean and the Mozambique Canal.Major damage
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Tens of thousands of houses have been damaged, some collapsed under the weight of the liters of water that fell in a few days , Victims ended up trapped. Bridges collapsed on flood rivers, taking cars and their occupants. The floods also carried livestock and drowned fields, destroying the livelihood of some inhabitants.
in Madagascar, 130,000 people were forced to leave their homes. In the Capital Antananarivo, gymnasiums and schools have been requisitioned and processed into emergency accommodation.
After crossing the Indian Ocean, Ana fell on the north and the center of Mozambique. In the North and the center of Mozambique, the Ana Storm destroyed about 10,000 homes, dozens of schools, hospitals and landed power lines. The Government and the United Nations estimates at 500,000 the number of people allocated in several provinces.
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A new storm, named Batsirai and which formed in the Indian Ocean, should hit the country in the days coming, according to the Mozambique Meteorological Service. It could evolve in the form of a serious tropical storm in the coming days, "according to a United Nations statement. Four to six cyclones are planned in the region by the end of March, end of the rainy season.
According to Myrta Kaulard, representative of the United Nations in Mozambique, "the situation is extremely worrying" and "vulnerability is very, very high". "Mozambique responds to a complex crisis in the North which has created additional pressure on the country's budget, and in addition it also the CVIV-19", says Myrta Karard, who adds that the "challenge is gigantic".
In the neighboring Malawi, the state decreed the state of natural disaster, with cuts of electricity at the beginning of the week. The current has been restored in part Thursday.
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