Rains were still pounding northern Mozambique on Tuesday, several days after Cyclone Kenneth, while the United Nations said aid workers face “an incredibly difficult situation” in reaching thousands of survivors.
UN humanitarian spokeswoman Gemma Connell said bad weather kept badly needed supplies from arriving in the main city of Pemba on Monday.
This will be a challenge in the rainy days ahead, she told The Associated Press.
The government again urged Pemba residents to flee to higher ground.
The death toll is 38 after Kenneth made landfall on Thursday, just six weeks after Cyclone Idai tore into central Mozambique.
This is the first time two cyclones have struck the southern African nation in a single season.