Incessant torrential rains, followed by floods, landslides, and strong winds, have resulted in the disappearance of farmland, dwellings, roads, markets, and a wide range of underwater businesses.
People’s lives have been disrupted across the sub-region including Tanzania, Zambia and the Democratic Republic of the Congo that also borders Lake Tanganyika, but Burundi is one of the countries least prepared to deal with it. extreme weather events.
Now IOM and other humanitarian agencies are supporting the government’s efforts to respond to “the most urgent needs of the most vulnerable people”, including access to safe shelter, clean water and basic hygiene services.
Read more Here About how torrential rains, initially welcomed by the farmers, wreaked havoc on the people of Burundi and in other regions.