“These days things have changed. My husband supports me and in taking the child to under 5 appointments. [Husband] cooks and prepares the food for all to eat and we even laugh together now.”
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Afia Raphael had just moved in her new house when Cyclone Kenneth hit her sprawling coastal township of Chibuabuar in Pemba district. Afia, who owned a small confectionery shop, used some of her profits from the business to build her dream two bedroomed…
A mother narrates Cyclone Kenneth ordeal
Momade Acacio was worried when the rains changed from a steady drizzle into a heavy downpour. This was not the rainy season, he reasoned. He had heard reports of an impending cyclone on the radio but didn’t expect that much rain.