New daily Emergency Meditation focus: serious flooding in Mozambique in wake of Cyclone Kenneth

Serious flooding began on Sunday in parts of northern Mozambique that were hit by Cyclone Kenneth, with waters waist-high in places, after the government urged many people to immediately seek higher ground.

Cyclone Kenneth made landfall on the northern province of Cabo Delgado on Thursday evening, with wind speeds of 220km/h (140mph), which is equivalent to a Category 4 hurricane. It came barely a month after Cyclone Idai killed more than 900 people across three countries, including Mozambique.

NOAA-20’s Visible Infrared Imaging Radiometer Suite (VIIRS) sensor captured this view of the historic storm at around midnight in Mozambique several hours after it made landfall. (NOAA) Source:
Mozambique's National Institute of Disaster Management (INGC) said 30,000 people had been evacuated from affected areas, and have taken shelter in makeshift displacement centres, including schools and churches.

Some areas have been almost completely wiped out and damaged power lines in parts of northern Mozambique are making communication difficult.

One aid worker said it looked like areas had been ‘run over by a bulldozer’. Source:

Cyclone Kenneth has left five deads in Mozambique as of Sunday. The storm also killed three people on the island nation of Comoros.

UN weather experts say it is unprecedented for two cyclones of such intensity to hit Mozambique in the same season. The World Meteorological Organisation (WMO) also said that no previous records show a cyclone striking the region as far north as Kenneth.

Although winds eased on Friday, up to 800mm of rain was expected to land on Mozambique over the coming days - nearly double the 10-day accumulated rainfall that flooded the port city of Beira during Cyclone Idai.

It was the flooding after Cyclone Idai that caused most of the deaths. As much as 250 millimeters (9 inches) of torrential rain, or about a quarter of the average annual rainfall for the region, is forecast over the next few days.

The heavy rain can cause streams, rivers and coastal waterways to flood neighboring land and communities. Source:
Nearly 700,000 people could be at risk in the largely rural region, many already exposed and hungry.

Therefore, we suggest including the aftermath of Cyclone Kenneth in the daily Emergency Meditation at 2 PM UTC until the flooding subsides. Visualize this flooding causing as little harm as possible and also visualize people of affected areas being provided with all necessities and medical care. Visualize communities returning to their normal lives as quickly as possible.

Here is the link to the Facebook event for this meditation:

And the link to the guided audio:

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