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Mozambique – Complex Emergency and Tropical Cyclone Recovery Fact Sheet #2 Fiscal Year (FY) 2022

Pays
Mozambique
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Sources
USAID
Date de publication

SITUATION AT A GLANCE

32.2 MILLION Estimated Population of Mozambique
UN – December 2021

1 MILLION Population Affected by 2021/2022 Southern Indian Ocean Cyclone Season
INGD – April 2022

494,000 Houses Damaged, or Destroyed During 2021/2022 Rain and Cyclone Season
INGD – April 2022

785,000 Estimated Number of IDPs in Cabo Delgado and Surrounding Areas
IOM – February 2022

1.5 MILLION People in Need of Humanitarian Assistance in Northern Mozambique
UN – January 2022

  • Crisis—IPC 3—acute food insecurity conditions persist in some coastal areas of Cabo Delgado Province, while conditions in storm-affected coastal areas of central Nampula Province will likely deteriorate to Crisis levels in June, according to FEWS NET. Moreover, populations across much of southern Mozambique—where below-average rainfall and dry spells have led to poor or failed harvests—are also likely to face Crisis conditions by June.

  • The Government of the Republic of Mozambique’s (GRM’s) National Institute for Disaster Management (INGD) estimates that high winds, torrential rains, and flooding adversely affected more than 1 million people in Mozambique over the course of the October 2021-to-April 2022 rain and cyclone season.

  • Relief actors have expressed concern for unregistered displaced populations in northern Mozambique, estimating that as many as 1 million people may be displaced by the Cabo Delgado conflict.