Healing Cyclone Idai Wounds
8 April, 2019 is listed on unforgettable days for Patricia Million’s life. It is a day Million and her fellow members of community in Robert village, Traditional Authority Lundu in Chikwawa district witnessed one of worst natural disasters ever hit the area.
Hunger Hits Chikwawa District
Hunger is reported to have hit hard some parts of Chikwawa as communities are surviving on Mango and Ziziphus Mauritiana fruits.
Council Worried with Safer House Construction Guidelines
As effects of climate change continue to haunt people, authorities in Phalombe have expressed worry over lack of interest by people living in flood prone areas to access safer house construction guidelines when constructing their houses.
Habitat for Humanity Eyes 380 Houses for Idai Victims
A humanitarian organization, Habitat for Humanity Malawi, says it will construct 380 disaster resilient houses for people whose houses were affected by the Cyclone Idai in two districts.
Irrigation Scheme Rehab Pleases Farmers
Some irrigation farmers in the country say they are optimistic that refurbishment of irrigation schemes which were damaged by the March 2019 Cyclone Idai will boost their socio-economic status.
The Beating Heart in Social Cash Transfer
When Tropical Cyclone Idai hit the southern part of Africa in 2019, the ultra-poor in Malawi, just like any other hard hit regional country, needed a beating heart to keep their lives going.
World Bank Tips Government on Economics Growth
The World bank has tipped Malawi government to create a good relationship with the private sector as one way of enhancing the country’s economic growth.
Chinese Aid for Cyclone Idai Recovery
China has provided Malawi about 750 million kwacha to aid families recovering from effects of the March 2019 floods.
Malawi Pegs Climate Change Recovery at US$375m
President Peter Mutharika says Malawi requires around $375m for its Climate Change recovery.
Malawi Advised: Stop Awaiting Disasters
Outgoing Japanese envoy to Malawi, Kae Yanagasawa, has told authorities in Malawi to stop waiting for natural disasters to strike first but work on preparedness to mitigate impact.