Mozambique communities try to rebuild lives after cyclones

People in Mozambique are still struggling to rebuild their lives four months after two major cyclones.

    People across central Mozambique are struggling to rebuild their lives - four months on from two devastating cyclones.

    Nearly 650 people were killed and more than 160,000 were displaced after cyclones Idai and Kenneth tore through parts of southern Africa.

    Many are still waiting to return to what is left of their homes.

    Al Jazeera's Raheela Mahomed reports.


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