In Tanzania, in eastern Africa, heavy rains since the beginning of this month have caused a series of floods and landslides in the northern part of the country, killing 63 people so far.
In Tanzania, heavy rains since the beginning of this month have caused widespread damage, including floods and landslides in the northern part of the country.
Tanzanian Prime Minister Majariwa announced on the 4th that 63 people have died so far.
According to a spokesman for the President's Office, 1150,5600 people in <>,<> households were affected by floods and landslides.
Footage from the northern province of Manyara shows trucks stuck in mud and mud as roads are buried, and people can be seen carrying belongings from flood-damaged homes.
A man whose relatives died in the flood said: "In this rain, we have lost many things that are important in our lives, such as loved ones and property, and there is nowhere to run. I would like to ask the government to help us from this difficult situation."
According to Reuters, heavy rains have caused a series of damages in eastern Africa due to the "El Niño phenomenon" in which sea surface temperatures are higher than normal, and hundreds of thousands of people have been forced to evacuate due to floods in Kenya and Ethiopia.