Natural resources, mainly shrinking, water tables and food scarcity.
Economic losses due to low agriculture productivity.
Disruption in food provision.
Limited economic viability.
Disruption in water supply.
Surge demand for electricity.
Pressure on health services.
In 2000, estimated economic loss of floods in Mozambique was 600 million USD.
Damage of urban infrastructures. Disruption in mobility system.
Disruption in Education. Interruption in economic activities.
Destruction of major urban infrastructure, mainly Electricity, water and sanitation as well as roads.
Disruption in basic services provision.
Disruption in transport operations.
High pressure on health system and services.
High pressure on public finance in health sector.