Tropical Storm Enawo has left a death toll of 78 people with around 380,000 affected by destruction in Madagascar, according to various media reports.
Those figures are up from a report on Sunday from Madagascar’s National Bureau of Risk and Disaster Management that had placed the death toll at 50 people, with almost 250,000 people displaced, and most of those affected in the capital, Antananarivo of the island country.
According to the United Nations, the north-east of the country is the worst affected, with all of the region’s vanilla fields destroyed and 80 percent of the rice crop damaged.
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