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it's been ten days since likely need to his Africa at least seven hundred people have died in Mozambique Zimbabwe and Malawi , she was destroyed to cutting off any aid convoys from reaching the village so far yeah they always you know it's like you know some that what this woman says they have no clothes no food and even if they did they have no pots and pans to cook it's in because it was washed away , the government estimates there are now around a hundred and twenty eight thousand people living in makeshift comes across the country , people are slowly rebuilding the community here %HESITATION putting up the roots %HESITATION trying to rebuild the walls but the community here is is still incredibly affected incredibly %HESITATION distraught by the tragedy that happened they say that they want really given a proper warning the government said that they should stay in their homes and not allow the children outside but the storm here took on such a ferocity good to have the roof started being ripped off the wall started to come down and people run in the rain and in the wind to try and seek shelter , the U. N. says the water is receding every day making it easier to rescue their stranded by the floods , but it also means finding more bodies of those who could not escape