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Zimbabwe: EU, Canada to Assist Victims of Cyclone Idai, As More Aid Pour in

allAfrica.com Tuesday, 26 March 2019
[New Zimbabwe] The European Union (EU) and Canada have joined the local, regional and international community in coming to aid of stricken villagers left stranded after Cyclone Idai ripped through south east of Manicaland over a week ago.
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News video: Botswana Donations for Cyclone Idai Survivors Offloaded in Harare

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Donations for Cyclone Idai survivors in Zimbabwe were unloaded by members of a local food delivery company in Harare on March 22. This footage shows volunteers from Fresh In A Box moving the boxes of donations, which came from Botswana, at the Seventh Day Adventist Church in Harare. According to...

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