Mozambique was the worst affected country, with the city of Beira almost completely submerged by water
Over 60,000 people were displaced. They had to live in temporary shelters where there was large concern over access to clean water.
Across Mozambique 1.8 million people are in need of humanitarian assistance.
Early on in the response there was a cholera outbreak resulting in over 6,000 cases of cholera. Fortunately humanitarian organisations were able to bring the outbreak under control.
Many people are still in need of life saving assistance but recovery and rehabilitation of communities has begun.
In Malawi 922,000 people were affected by the cyclone and 125,000 people were left homeless in the south of the country.
Malawi had already been suffering from drought prior to the cyclone.
Finally in Zimbabwe, although the impact was not as significant as in Mozambique and Malawi, thousands are in need of humanitarian assistance, particularly in the south of the country in Chimanimani.
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Last updated: 05/08/19