Zambezi Flooding Medical Outreach Coordinator's to join Mercy Air
Flooding in Mozambique has forced tens of thousands from their homes along the Zambezi river valley, following weeks of heavy rain.
According to government figures, at least 60,000 people have now fled low-lying areas, and up to 500,000 have been affected as homes and crops are washed away.
Mercy Air has been asked to to carry out a survey flight this week. Here is a first report of Mercy Air's Pilot Paul Middleton:
Over many years of flying in southern Africa, it has been our privilege to serve alongside wonderful people who give selflessly of their time and talents. Two such people are Dr. Roger and Katy Pacholka. Roger, an emergency room doctor, and Katy, a nurse, live in Xenia, OH but for many years have spent as much time as possible working in Swaziland and Mozambique.
Medical Outreach Coordinator's to join Mercy Air
|Victoria Tibembe, mother of three children, Mozambique|