A long-lasting tropical cyclone that hit Mozambique for the second time in a month has caused widespread floods and damage to buildings, exacerbating the conditions that allow cholera to flourish. Malawi has also been heavily impacted by the storm and the government has declared a state of disaster in at least ten of the southern districts. International SOS Deputy Medical Director in Mozambique, Dr Kety Guambe provides insight on the cholera outbreak and advice on how you can keep your people and operations safe from this natural disaster.
Situation Update: Cyclone Freddy
Mozambique and Malawi have been heavily impacted by the tropical cyclone and storm and the government has declared a state of disaster in at least ten of the southern districts.