Floods render over 30,000 people homeless in DR Congo

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More than 30,000 people are without homes in Zongo in north-eastern DR Congo due to floods.

Heavy rains and rise in the water levels of the Ubangi River, since mid-October caused the disaster. Mayor of Zongo Placide Kumugo Soko said those affected include some 24,000 children

Isabelle Yata is in charge of organizing a site for displaced people.

"It has been three-and-a-half weeks now that we are under the mango trees as you can see with women, mothers, with no shelter, no covers and there …
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Democratic Republic of Congo
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congo, drc, floods, homeless