A charitable organization Operation Smile Malawi says it has reached 38 people who were affected by Tropical cyclone Freddy with food and iron sheets to help them recover from the shocks.
Chiradzulu district council has disclosed that it is facing some resistance to relocate some cyclone Freddy survivors from Mtauchira Village which was almost buried by the mudslides early this year.
Law enforcers in Chiradzulu have disclosed that the district has registered a sharp increase in crime rates between March and May 2023.
The Black Indigenous Business Network of Malawi a grouping of Malawian owned enterprises has challenged the cyclone Freddy Survivors to develop a spirit of entrepreneurship.
World Connect Malawi has supported 418 Cyclone Freddy household survivors from seven districts to rebuild their lives.
The Scottish Government has provided £200, 000 through Save the Children (STC) to support Cyclone Freddy survivors in Zomba in three areas of food security, water and sanitation and nutrition.