At least 11 people have died and almost 2,700 have been left homeless due to flooding in the past week in Mozambique, relief authorities have said.
The floods were caused by intense rains across the country due to Tropical Storm Dumako between February 15 and 22.
The provinces worsely hit are Niassa, Nampula and Zambézia.
At least 34 houses were fully destroyed, 292 were partially damaged and 111 submerged, said Nelma Araújo, spokeswoman for the national disaster agency.
These weather events have affected more than 250,000 people and caused 72 deaths and 251 injuries, Ms Araújo said.