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Marromeu – Chinde Assessment: 17.04.2019 – 18.04.2019

Subject/Objective: 
The current brief assessment report has been produced in Beira, Mozambique, with the contribution of the above mentioned organizations. It follows a two-day qualitative assessment carried out in Marromeu, Luabo and Chinde on the 18th and 19th of April, primarily in urban, semi-urban settings and among small communities located on the river bank of the Zambezi river. While limited in its scope, it aims to provide a primary oversight of the situation of communities residing in these districts which were previously not assessed, filling a gap in the assessment data thus far collected post Cyclone Idai.
Methodology: 
- Joint physical assessment on site in Marromeu, villages along the Zambezi river from Marromeu to Chinde including Luabo and Chinde town. - Key informant interviews with: o District Administrator of Marromeu (including members of his local cabinet)  Director of Health  Director of Economic development  Director of infrastructure and territorial planning  Head of district Education department  Deputy administrator of Malingapense region o District Administrator of Chinde (including members of his local cabinet)  Director of Health  Head of Economic development  Local delegate of INGC o Health center director of Luabo Heath Center o Head nurse at Marromeu district hospital o Largest private trader in Marromeu (Faisal) - Multisectoral assessment templates and questions used were those validated by government agency (INGC) and REACH, in order to guide the questioning with a focus on key sectors only.
Assessment Report: 
Assessment Questionnaire: 
Available on Request
Assessment Data: 
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Assessment Date(s): 
28 Apr 2019
Status: 
Report completed
Population Type(s): 
All affected population
Leading/Coordinating Organization(s): 
Action against Hunger
European Union Civil Protection Team
Solidarites International
Team Rubicon
Participating Organization(s): 
Action against Hunger
European Union Civil Protection Team
Solidarites International
Team Rubicon
Location(s): 
Sofala
Disaster(s)/Emergency: 
Tropical Cyclone Idai - Mar 2019