Indian Navy - continues Humanitarian efforts in Mozambique

The ships of the First Training Squadron of the Indian Navy (Sujata, Sarathi and Shardul) are currently undertaking Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Relief operations at Port Beira, Mozambique since 18 Mar 19. The ships were diverted from sea post Cyclone 'IDAI' hit the coast of Mozambique on 15 Mar 19 causing large scale destruction and loss of lives. Since arrival at Port Beira, the ships have rescued more than 150 survivors from Buzi area near Port Beira, which is cut off from the mainland. In addition two medical camps have been set up at Port Beira and Gaura-Gaurathe Island and Medical assistance has been provided to over 800 affected people from the local population...........................

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