The extent of the damage caused by Cyclone Kenneth is now emerging, three days after the Category 4 storm hit northern Mozambique.
The cyclone has caused serious flooding and thunderstorms across the region. Nearly 700,000 people could be at risk in the largely rural region, many already exposed and hungry.
As much as 250mm of torrential rain, or about a quarter of the average annual rainfall for the region, is forecast over the next few days.
This was the first time in recorded history that the southern African nation has been hit by two cyclones in one season, again raising concerns about climate change.
Kenneth came just six weeks after Cyclone Idai ripped into central Mozambique and killed more than 600 people.