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>> This is Tropical Cyclone Ava arriving in Madagascar, bringing with it death and displacement. Authorities said on Tuesday that 29 people have been killed and tens injured after flooding and winds of up to 119 miles per hour hit the African island at the weekend. Thousands of people have been forced from their homes to displacement camps like this one.
> From morning, the moment you step down from your bed, you're forced to walk in water. Water's everywhere. And that's the reason why we came here.
Ava comes ten months after Cyclone Enawo killed 78 on Madagascar's vanilla-producing northeastern coast. That storm brought economic problems as well.
Damaging around 30% of the crop in the world's biggest vanilla producer. Georges Geeraerts, president of Madagascar's Group of the Vanilla Exporters, told Reuters that Eva had not touched vanilla producing areas, and there have been no impact on production.