Cyclone Kenneth survivors struggle for food and supplies

Some of those who survived Cyclone Kenneth in Mozambique are short on food and aid workers say those in remote areas are still waiting on supplies.

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    Cyclone Kenneth struck while Mozambique was still struggling to deal with the impact of Cyclone Idai.

    Heavy rains and floods have destroyed crops and survivors of the latest storm have gone days without much to eat.

    Aid workers have said that victims in remote areas and small islands are still waiting for assistance and the weather is still hindering efforts to reach them.

    More rain is expected, which could cause additional flooding when the UN has said that hundreds of thousands are already without shelter, food and safe drinking water.

    Al Jazeera's Haru Mutasa reports from Macomia.


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