An International Organization, Action Aid Malawi has pumped K60 million into a cash transfer program targeting 1,000 displaced women headed, child headed and disability headed households in Nsanje and Phalombe districts.
Action Aid Malawi (AAM) has launched a K70 million cash transfer initiative that seeks to cushion Tropical Cyclone Freddy survivors in Phalombe and Nsanje districts.
An international organization, Action Aid, has bailed out the country's health facilities with Covid-19 supplies valued at K22 million.
Action Aid Malawi (AAM) through IHART has distributed seeds for irrigation farming to some three hundred households of Sub-Traditional Authority Chikalema in Neno district who were affected by Cyclone Idai and fall army worms.
Action Aid Malawi (AAM) has announced it will bail out hunger-stricken families of Sub-Traditional Chikalema in Neno district who year in and year out fail to produce enough food due to fall armyworm and poverty.
Due to the rising number of Covid-19 cases in the country, children’s return to Early Childhood Development Centers is still uncertain.