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St Paul's joins London Diocese in prayers for Mozambique
26 January 2015
The Diocese of London's partner churches in Mozambique are in the prayers of St Paul's after the recent devastating flooding in the east African country.
Led by the Diocese, the Cathedral is praying for the Diocese of Niassa, after the very serious flooding in Zambezia province of the
The Angola London Mozambique Association (ALMA) has also sent a donation to Niassa to help with the immediate flood relief efforts.
The Diocese of London is also asking for individual donations to help provide maize, kits of seeds, water treatment and mosquito nets to
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The Licungo River has had the worst floods since 1971 with two major bridges on the major national road collapsing and halting north-south movement. Electricity is out in many places as the torrential rains have knocked out ten pylons. The Zambezi river has also risen above flood alert levels. More than, ten thousand people are displaced as they seek refuge on higher ground.
The flooding has seen ten people killed with 20,000 displaced.