Mozambique: One million people without aid after cyclone

The UN is struggling to reach those cut off after the disaster that killed many and left more homeless.

    The UN says it needs nearly $300m in aid over the next three months to help Mozambique's 1.7 million cyclone victims.

    It is harvest season in central Mozambique, but there are no crops left to gather.

    And worse, few have homes to live in.

    Al Jazeera's Tony Birtley travelled to Barada, where one community that has been cut off for 12 days.


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