Mozambique Flood Relief Team Photos

Middlebury College Relief Team Returns from Flood-Stricken Mozambique and Zimbabwe

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A Middlebury College volunteer relief team worked with students and faculty from Africa University to make repairs at a high school in the Marange area, in Zimbabwe, that was damaged by the torrential storms that drenched the area earlier this year.
Photograph courtesy of Andra Stevens.

A portrait was taken of feet belonging to Middlebury College volunteers while on a two-week relief project in flood-stricken Mozambique and Zimbabwe.
Photograph courtesy of Kathleen Ready.  

Middlebury College volunteers on a disaster relief team worked with Africa University students and people from the village of Munyarari, in Zimbabwe, to repair a high school damaged by the torrential storms that drenched the area earlier this spring.
Photograph courtesy of Kathleen Ready.

Middlebury College volunteers on a disaster relief team worked with villagers in Mozambique to repair the roof of a man's home damaged by the torrential storms and tropical cyclones that drenched the area earlier this spring.
Photograph courtesy of Kathleen Ready.

Middlebury College volunteers on a disaster relief team worked with villagers in Mozambique to repair the roof of a man's home damaged by the torrential storms and tropical cyclones that drenched the area earlier this spring.
Photograph courtesy of Kathleen Ready.

Middlebury College students on a disaster relief team recently returned from Mozambique and Zimbabwe, and were honored at a reception held on the Middlebury campus in Vermont. Shown here with a stone carving by a local Zimbabwean artist especially made to depict the Middlebury team are (left to right) Benjamin Morris, administrative director of Middlebury College's health center and team member Kathleen Ready, Suzanne Slarsky, Brian Hoyer, Sarah Glendon, faculty team member Augustus Jordan, and Arvind Ponnambalam.
Photograph courtesy of Trent Campbell

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