Preliminary assessment by the Farmers Union of Malawi (FUM) indicates that over 15,000 hectares of crops were washed away by Tropical Cyclone Freddy induced floods.
The Farmers Union of Malawi (FUM) says it is sympathizing with farmers whose irrigation schemes have been damaged by the Tropical Cyclone Freddy.
A Mulanje based NGO, Othakarhaka Foundation on Monday made a donation of MK5 million worth of relief food and non-food items to Cyclone Freddy affected households in Mulanje.
Mulanje Development Institute (MDI) on Friday graduated its first cohort with a call for the graduates to utilize skills and knowledge acquired during their two year stay at the college.
Christian Aid in partnership with Churches Action in Relief and Development (CARD) and Circle for Integrated Community Development (CICOD) have launched a Cyclone Freddy response in Mulanje, Phalombe and Chikwawa districts.
Operation Smile Malawi led by the organization’s Trustee Abdul Aziz Yasin, on Wednesday travelled to Mulanje to support Cyclone Freddy survivors with assorted relief items.
Friends of Mulanje (FOM) on Saturday joined a trail of individuals and organizations that are responding to Cyclone Freddy disaster in Mulanje district.
A Traditional leader in Mulanje has fears that the impact of Cyclone Freddy on agricultural production will result in extension of the lean period.
Two human rights organizations, Centre for Human Rights and Rehabilitation (CHRR) and Centre for the Development of People (CEDEP) have emphasized on the need to respect the rights of people in evacuation camps regardless of their sex.