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Mozambique Cyclone Appeal

Send lifesaving food now.

Over 500,000 people in need of emergency food

Tropical Cyclone Idai has hit Mozambique, destroying homes, schools, businesses and essential infrastructure. Survivors have lost everything and need our help. At least 500,000 people urgently need food to have a chance to survive the days after the cyclone.

WFP is already on the ground.

With the immense scale of the damage, the World Food Programme is stepping up support for victims of flooding and high winds that have devastated parts of the country. We are working around the clock, in the hardest to reach places, doing whatever it takes to deliver food for survival to children and families that have nothing left.

But we need your help to reach those whose lives have been torn apart by this tragedy. Please help us send food urgently.

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