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Cyclone Fani: Message of Solidarity

07 May 2019   |   Blog   |   Our Common Home   |   A Just Climate

Tropical Cyclone Fani made landfall on May 4, with wind speeds of up to 175 kilometres per hour. Early warnings have ensured around 1.6 million people have taken shelter in cyclone-safe accommodation. … Continue reading

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Now I can bathe every day, the distance to collect water for the family has been drastically reduced.We now drink clean, safe water and diseases are no longer affecting us.”
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