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2007.03.02
* UNICEF: Coastal town in Mozambique reeling but on the move after Cyclone Favio * 27 Feb 2007 Child’s play - even in the midst of a disastrous cyclone. The wreckage is everywhere in this resort town on the Mozambican coast. Petrol stations, solid infrastructure wrapped like paper around lamp posts. Thousands of homes shredded to bits, fallen trees cut through walls, 130 schools flattened in hours by the cyclone. The winds took away everything. Children, now out of school, gaze on at their wreck of their old classrooms. Sandra, heavily pregnant, goes through the ruins of her office, the HIV / AIDS wing. It was in the dark early hours when she and her children had to run for cover. UPSOUND: Sandra Alberto,32, school administrator “There were sheets of zinc flying around all over the place it was impossible to be outside. We had to grab the children because the winds were so strong we were scared they would be taken away.” Roofless, homeless like thousands of others, she’s salvaging what she can. All over the town, roofs are being repaired, power lines are slowly being restored; people are getting their lives together. Despite the deadly winds, life went on. The maternity section of the local hospital was ripped apart. Three babies were born in the early hours of the cyclone. The response has been swift; regular mother and child health visits are back in place. Critically, the Mozambican military has been deployed, guarding against water borne diseases, like diarrhea and cholera. UPSOUND : Antero Pina, water and sanitation officer, UNICEF Mozambique “The Government of Mozambique has been using the military in a very useful way in terms of disaster management, “says Antero Pina, UNICEF water and sanitation officer, “They have set up the tents, they’ve set up the water bladders, they’ve set up the latrines. We are very happy with this collaboration.” Things are still precarious. At the local airport the cyclone grounded planes, but spirits were lifted in song and dance as Mozambique’s President flew in to witness the destruction, cheer on local efforts and get the area back on it’s feet again.
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