Reports indicates that 214 tons of food and 24 tons of medical supplies were dispatched by the Tanzania government to support the ravaged countries.
South Africa and UNICEF begun a fund raiser aimed at gathering public support for humanitarian efforts.
South Africa suffered an indirect impact of the cyclone after power supply from Mozambique was affected. The president, Cyril Ramaphosa, also deployed the army to help Mozambique manage the unfolding crisis.
The European Union has released 3.5 million euros in emergency aid for the three countries. The breakdown of the funds are as follows:
- Mozambique = 2 million euros
- Zimbabwe = 1 million euros
- Malawi = 500,000 euros
Over 160 people are reported dead in Zimbabwe, while the death toll in Mozambique tops 1,000 the president said Monday.