Floods in Mozambique

Flood in Mozambique. (Image courtesy of the International Charter Space and Major Disasters).
Southern Africa

Heavy rainfall triggered severe floods in the Southern region of Mozambique, including areas of Maputo.  The National Disaster Risk Management Institute (INGC) reported around 37,000 people affected, and contacted UN-SPIDER.   At the request of INGC, UN-SPIDER activated the International Charter Space and Major Disasters.   The International Charter was activated on 16 February 2023, designating the International Water Management Institute as project manager and INGC as a value-added provider. 

More information on this activation of the International Charter is available here.

More information on these floods from reliefweb is available here

More information on the activation of the Copernicus Emergency Management Service - Mapping is available here