Aid agencies help more victims of the deadly cyclone in Mozambique

Many locals in the area have been without food for nearly 10 days.
1:25 | 03/24/19

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Transcript for Aid agencies help more victims of the deadly cyclone in Mozambique
We turnover seas to our team on the ground. We have continue our reporting here on the massive relief record. ABC's Ian panel is on the scene with the desperate call for help. Tonight some signs of hope. People calling for help and finally starting to get it. Aid agencies pushing deeper after the cyclone ravaged part of southern Africa. We saw firsthand how dire situation has become. Flying with the world program program and this man who sailed from his village to bring back help. When we arrived incredible scenes. He was praised for bringing food home. The death toll climbing, now 700 across the region. Thousands displaced like the hundreds of families living in this primary score. Fastina lost everything but the baby in her arms. They're in need of serious help. An American aircraft trying to assess the need. That aid can't come soon enough. Ian panel, thanks to you. Back here and the solemn

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