The rehabilitation of 43 pieces of public infrastructure destroyed by Cyclones Idai and Kenneth in the centre and north of the country will start within days, Radio Mozambique reports.
Financed by the World Bank at around US$60M, the work covers health units, schools, bridges, access roads and other infrastructure, adds the same source.
Executive Director of the Post-Cyclone Reconstruction Office, Luís Mandlate, said that priority would be given to the districts of Búzi and Nhamatanda, as worst affected by the cyclonic winds.
According to administrators of the two districts, Tomé José and Maria Bernardete Roque, rehabilitation of public infrastructure damaged by Cyclone Idai will have a direct impact on residents’ lives.
In Sofala province, the post-Cyclone Idai reconstruction process will initially cover 15 homes.