Cholera Hits Conflict-torn Northern Mozambique

20 Aug 2020 by Local Press Report
MAPUTO

At least 79 people have died from cholera in northern Mozambique as health workers struggle to access the area because of running battles between terrorists and the army. The deaths have been documented in the volatile Macomia district in the conflict-prone Cabo Delgado province. It has particularly been spreading rapidly among communities displaced by the terror perpetrated by Islamist groups, a Jihadism affiliated to the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS).

Source: CAJ News Africa

Source: CAJ News Africa