Mozambique has been hit by two months of heavy rain and strong winds across various provinces causing extensive flooding and damage. This has resulted in loss of life, injury, damage to houses, destruction of key infrastructure, and displacement. This was experienced particularly badly in Sofala Province which is still recovering from last year’s unprecedented and devastating Cyclone Idai (when we first partnered with ADPP and unfortunately many of our participants from this first response have now been affected by the flooding). The impacts of the latest flooding has affected 71,000 people; an estimated 13,000 homes have been destroyed or damaged leaving affected individuals with shelter, food and NFI, protection, WASH, and health needs. The rainy season is still present (lasting until April) so further rains - or extreme weather events like cyclones - could still happen. This would exasperate the current conditions and further stretch responding authorities and agencies. More heavy rain and thunderstorms are forecast in Mozambique’s central and northern region. Our programme will support 2,900 households (14,500 individuals) with food supplies and WASH kits. These are families worst-affected by the floods - those who have been displaced and do not have any access to basic items or sources of income. With our targeting we are prioritising vulnerable groups; women (in particular pregnant women and female headed households), children, people with disabilities, older people.