On Tuesday 7 March, Cyclone Enawo made landfall in north-east Madagascar. Photo: Johnnah Raniriniaina / OCHA
This cyclone, with heavy rains and winds reaching up to 300km/h affected 176.000 people, out of which 65.000 were forced to leave their homes. Photo: UNICEF Madagascar
The National Office for the Management of Risks and Crises Disaster (BNGRC) requested World Food Programme (WFP), lead of the ETC, to provide support at four humanitarian sites after Cyclone Enawo. Photo: Johnnah Raniriniaina / OCHA
WFP shipped crucial Information and Communications Technology (ICT) equipment from Dubai to Madagascar. Photo: WFP
Government of Luxembourg, ETC member, deployed two specialist to install the emergency.lu equipment for providing vital Internet connectivity. Photo: Government of Luxembourg
WFP conducted initial assessments, which indicated that Internet connectivity and electric power are down in some areas in the north-east of the country. Photo: Government of Luxembourg
Eriscsson Reponse, deployed an expert to set WIDER kit, for distribution and management of internet connectivity. Photo: Government of Luxembourg
Photo: Johnnah Raniriniaina / OCHA
ETC members work together in Madagascar to provide Internet connectivity in the most affected locations. Photo: Government of Luxembourg
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