Our offices in Mozambique activate an urgent service for the shipment of aid to Mozambique
Faced with the devastating situation in Mozambique in the aftermath of cyclone Idai, our offices in Mozambique have set up a team to provide logistics services for the international shipment of humanitarian aid to Mozambique, transport services and warehousing in Beira and Chimoio.
Cyclone Idai has significantly damaged the country’s infrastructure affecting the distribution of aid in certain areas. We are making our experience in door-to-door delivery services available to aid agencies, covering the entire logistics chain and offering time-critical or just-in-time deliveries where urgency is paramount.
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Humanitarian logistics projects in Mozambique
We provide logistics assistance to various NGOs working in the area with 4,000m2 of warehousing where we log and monitor donations, as well as distribution and delivery in affected areas.
THE INTERNATIONAL RED CROSS
- Collection and delivery of a reefer container to the Red Cross warehouse in Beira including a generator and fuel for 60-90 days.
- Warehouses and distribution in Beira and Chimoio.
- Customs clearance and transportation of approximately 13 tonnes of palletised medical supplies from Maputo to Chimoio.
- Transport and unloading of two containers and one vehicle to the warehouse in Beira.
- Warehouses in Beira and Chimoio.
THE INTERNATIONAL ORGANISATION FOR MIGRATION
- Local transport within the city limits of Beira.
THE WORLD HEALTH ORGANISATION
- Transfer of a reefer container from the port of Beira to the warehouse.
WORLD CENTRAL KITCHEN
- Durban to Beira shipments, customs clearance and delivery to World Central Kitchen facilities.
SAVE THE CHILDREN
- Warehouses in Beira.
A major cyclone hit southeast Africa this March creating strong winds accompanied by torrential rain, causing severe flooding in Madagascar, Malawi, Zimbabwe and Mozambique. The cyclone has left nearly 1,000 dead and 1.8 million people in need of urgent assistance.
Dirty water, which has become stagnant in many areas, coupled with a lack of drinking water, is now generating the risk of outbreaks of cholera, diarrhoea and malaria. The shipment and distribution of humanitarian aid is therefore vital to rebuilding the area and preventing the spread of epidemics.