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It's been almost 4 weeks since cyclone Ivan hit Madagascar, killing 93 people and leaving 350,000 without a home. Ivan was the countryâs most devastating cyclone since 1980. Raging flood waters have deprived farmers of their fields, turned schools into temporary shelters and made roads disappear. SOUNDBITE (Malagasy) Ralison Fleur, President of the Tanambe Parents Association: "The cyclone has destroyed everything, the heavy rain caused damaged to the dam. So many permanent buildings have been destroyed, including the only school in the village. The same for the main road. Even for me, I was not able to save anything! Fortunately the water stopped during the day, if this would have happened during the night even more people would have been dead by now." UNICEF's multiple ground teams have been working with partners, providing essential water sanitation and hygiene kits, basic supplies like blankets and bed-nets to combat the spread of infectious diseases and moral support to affected families.
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