Since March 2019 when Cyclone Idai brought turmoil to Mozambique, many people have been displaced and were forced to resettle to previously unsettled areas. Because the resettled people had few belongings to restart their lives, Peace Winds Japan distributed seeds and agricultural tools to support the livelihoods of the displaced people.
Sr. Mausse is responsible for 24 family members including his grandchildren in Nhamatanda, Sofara Province. “I am very glad," he said. "It is the first time to get seeds and a garden beam after the cyclone. Our house was near a river and flooded due to the cyclone. Our farmland was affected by flooding and we felt lost. Thanks to your assistance, now we can make our farmland and start sowing seeds.”
Peace Winds Japan and our local partner continue working to help restart the lives of the people severely affected by the cyclone. Thank you very much for your continuous support of Mozambique. Your kind support helps bring joy and a bright future to them.
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