Two weeks on from Cyclone Idai, BBC's Nomsa Maseko reports on the on-going problems in Mozambique.
Cyclone Idai: Search and rescue operation ends
BBC Africa, Maputo
Mozambique's President Filipe Nyusi has announced that the search and rescue operation to find survivors from Cyclone Idai, which hit two weeks ago, is now over.
Speaking from the port city of Beira, where the cyclone made landfall on 14 March, the president said: "The team remains vigilant on the ground and ready to intervene whenever the situation demands."
Mr Nyusi said a new phase in the recovery operation was beginning to help those affected and rebuild the education, health, energy, transport, industry and trade sectors, which were all devastated by the cyclone.
The authorities in Mozambique say that 493 people died as a result of Cyclone Idai.