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  • Agushto Brishe used to grow maize and rice here.

  • It was just enough to feed his family,

  • until a cyclone struck his village in mid-March.

  • It came just before the annual harvest,

  • destroying his home and his crops.

  • Oh, I see.

  • So on the inside, this is rotten.

  • Oh, I see.”

  • But the real tragedy for Agushto

  • and for his wife Amelia was losing their eight-year-old

  • son Francisco.

  • Francisco was swept away and drowned.

  • What saved them was climbing up a tree like this one.

  • And they stayed there for three days,

  • clinging onto the branches.

  • When the water came, how high did it go?

  • Can you show us?”

  • Idai was the deadliest cyclone to hit southern Africa

  • in over a century.

  • It brought torrential rain that flooded entire towns

  • and ruined vast stretches of farmland.

  • In Mozambique, at least 600 people were killed,

  • and many more could be missing.

  • The people here were already some

  • of the poorest in the world, and the little they

  • had is gone.

  • Now, most of the flooding has receded,

  • but the crisis is far from over.

  • So we came here weeks after the storm

  • - [non-english speech]

  • to understand its lasting impact.

  • With crops wiped out, millions are struggling

  • to feed themselves and to rebuild,

  • and are now entirely reliant on aid.

  • In Buzi, one of the most affected areas,

  • we meet up again with Amelia.

  • She’s with her neighbor Esther, whose daughter Lasina

  • is sick.

  • But what’s the baby sick with?”

  • Esther is worried these symptoms

  • might be a sign of cholera.

  • Following the storm, cholera became one

  • of the most urgent concerns.

  • In a matter of days, the number of recorded cases

  • went from three to 3,000.

  • But a mass vaccination campaign

  • has helped stop it from spreading.

  • Esther wants to have her daughter examined,

  • but she can’t go to the main hospital.

  • It’s been wrecked by the cyclone.

  • So they head to an emergency treatment center run

  • by Doctors Without Borders.

  • The doctors don’t think Lasina has cholera or malaria.

  • In fact, it looks like what she needs is food.

  • Vital aid is arriving in Mozambique,

  • provided by dozens of relief agencies

  • that have taken over the town of Buzi,

  • like this evangelical group.

  • “(SINGING) Thank you, thank you, Jesus.

  • Thank you, thank you, Jesus, from my heart.”

  • Let’s do it in Arabic, guys.”

  • “(SINGING) [arabic]”

  • Theyve set up a new clinic here

  • that includes a full operating theater.

  • Please, please, please always consider malaria a problem.”

  • Just down the road, this Muslim charity

  • is handing out roofing materials.

  • Is [inaudible] a South African organization,

  • or is it part of an international one?”

  • It’s a proud South African organization.”

  • Everywhere we go, the effort to bring the town back

  • to life is underway.

  • We catch up with Esther and Amelia after their visit

  • to the clinic.

  • Theyre carrying bags of aid

  • maize flourto take back home.

  • After making it across the river,

  • it’s an hour and a half journey on foot.

  • But that’s what they have to do to keep the family fed.

  • There’s enough aid for now while funds last.

  • But the next big harvest is one year away,

  • and theyre going to need a lot of help

  • to survive until then.

Agushto Brishe used to grow maize and rice here.

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    林宜悉 に公開 2021 年 01 月 14 日
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