Oxfam Canada Chief Executive Director Lauren Ravon, says there is need of more support for people affected by the Tropical Cyclone Freddy (TCF) to aid them recover from the effects of the disaster which hit the southern region districts early this year.
Minister of Transport, Jacob Hara, has disclosed that the government has allocated K6 billion towards repairs to some Tropical Cyclone Freddy damaged roads and bridges.
There is time for consequences. Malawi is currently in pain, suffering and anger following the devastating tropical cyclone Freddy that hit the southern region mid March this year.
Churches Action in Relief Development (CARD) has challenged Tropical Cyclone Freddy survivors in Phalombe to ensure that recovery relief packages that development partners and the government are donating should be used for the intended purpose.
Some survivors of incessant rains that have had their houses falling in Chilipa, and Mbera were all smiles when a Balaka business lady Mercy Dossa offered them clothes and blankets to see them through.