According to the National Institute for Disaster Risk Reduction of Mozambique (INGD), Cyclone Gombe made landfall as a Category 3 Tropical Cyclone on 11 March on the coast of Mozambique between Mossuril and Mogincual districts (Nampula Province).
Preliminary impacts reported by INGD indicate that many houses and power lines were destroyed or damaged; twelve people have been reported killed, several have been injured, and overall more than thirty thousand people have been affected. Over one hundred schools were reported damaged or destroyed, one bridge collapsed, and several roads were affected.
UNOOSA/UN-SPIDER requested the activation of the International Charter Space and Major Disasters on behalf of the National Institute for Disaster Risk Reduction of Mozambique (INGD).
|International Charter Space and Major Disasters||Activation 753: Cyclone Gombe in Mozambique||Maps||URL|
|Copernicus Emergency Management Service (EMS) Rapid Mapping Component||EMSR493: EMSR568: Cyclone Gombe in Mozambique||Maps||URL|
|ReliefWeb||Tropical Cyclone Gombe - Mar 2022||Situational updates, maps, infographics||URL|
|UNITAR UNOSAT||Tropical Cyclone Gombe-22 Preliminary Satellite-Derived Flood Assessment||Situational updates, maps, infographics||URL|