Remedio Chabuca, 30, and Joana Rodrigues, 25, with their children Isabel, 6, and Yvonne, 2 in the village Cheia in Nhamatanda district, Mozambique. Remedio is a farmer, but his land was flooded only two weeks before the harvest. That harvest of maize and rice usually keeps them going for a year, and it is his only harvest during a year. They also had maize, flour and cereals, but it was lost in the deluge. The only thing he can do now is to hope that his land can be farmed in the future and that he can get seeds and equipment for it. For now, they have almost nothing to live off. Through the ACT Alliance, PWS&D is providing support. Credit: Natalia Jidovanu / Finn Church Aid