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The disaster
· The 2000 Mozambique flood was a natural
disaster that occurred in February and
March 2000. The catastrophic flooding was
caused by heavy rainfall that lasted for five
weeks and made many homeless.
Approximately 800 people were killed.
1,400 km² of arable land was affected and
20,000 head of cattle were lost. It was the
worst flood in Mozambique in 50 years.…read more

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Mozambique in August 1999…read more

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During the flooding in March 2000…read more

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Conhane, Mozambique, drowns in rainwater after weeks of
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The floods began on 9 February with high levels
of precipitation across Southern Africa, South
AfricaThe floods began on 9 February with high
levels of precipitation across Southern Africa,
South Africa, southern BotswanaThe floods began
on 9 February with high levels of precipitation
across Southern Africa, South Africa, southern
Botswana and SwazilandThe floods began on 9
February with high levels of precipitation across
Southern Africa, South Africa, southern Botswana
and Swaziland were also affected. Mozambique
received the most rainfall, the capital MaputoThe
floods began on 9 February with high levels of…read more

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Mr A Gibson

The images in this presentation will help you remember the facts that you need in order to get to the level 3 criteria in a longer question.

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