UN concerned about humanitarian situation in Northern Mozambique

The United Nations is deeply concerned by the worsening humanitarian crisis and escalating violence forcing thousands to flee in Mozambique's Cabo Delgado province. More than 565-thousand people have fled their homes and villages due to attacks by non-state groups. Last December, UN Regional Directors for Eastern and Southern Africa visited the country to assess the plight and needs of displaced populations as well as of host communities. Lola Castro, Regional Director of the UN World Food Programme in southern Africa and the Indian Ocean states elaborates on what they've found.