Some 217 people are missing, 102 were injured and 42 were marooned.
The ministry said the government had released $50 million for emergency and infrastructure restoration.
The biggest chunk, $25, million is going towards trunk roads and bridges.
Rural feeder roads and other structures have been allocated $7.2 million with water and sanitation getting $4.8 million, education $4 million, health $3 million, the civil protection unit $3 million and electricity $1 million.
Some 200 people have so far been killed in Mozambique and there are fears that the death toll could rise to 1 000.