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50 Disaster Surviving Families Need Food in MHG

About 50 Tropical Storm Ana surviving families from Kwilinde village under Traditional Authority Sitola in Machinga say they feel neglected as they are battling hunger.

Form 4 girl Fears Ana Will Fuel Teen Pregnancies

A Form 4 girl at Chambe Community Day Secondary School in Mulanje district has fears that a lot of girls can either fall pregnant or be forced into child marriages because of the cyclone-induced poverty.

ADRA Needs K500 Million to Support Cyclone Ana Survivors

The Adventist Development Relief Agency, ADRA says it requires about half a billion kwacha to provide relief items to people severely hit by the recent tropical Cyclone Ana in various parts of the country.

Build Resilient structures: Neno North MP Appeals to Flood Survivors

As different partners are still rendering support to survivors of cyclone ANA, member of parliament for Neno North constituency, Thoko Tembo has called on DODMA to intensify awareness on disaster recovery plans while asking people to build disaster resilient structures and relocate up land.

Muslim Youths Spend K30 Million in Ana Response

The Muslim Youth United (MYU) on Saturday and Sunday supported 1351 households in Mulanje and Mangochi that were severely affected by the Tropical Cyclone Ana two weeks ago.

Bushiri Eyes Ana Damaged Water Systems

Leader of Enlightened Christian Gathering Church Prophet Shepherd Bushiri has made a commitment to support rehabilitation of water systems that were damaged by Tropical Cyclone Ana last week in the southern part of Malawi.

Environmental Experts Warn on More Floods

Environmental experts in the country have warned that Malawi will continue to experience negative effects of climate change like heavy flooding in the future due to lack of ownership of the environment among political leaders and poor environmental management by citizens in the country.

Cyclone Ana Kills 3 in Thyolo

Three children have died while seven others injured in Thyolo after being hit by collapsing houses following heavy downpour.

Cyclone Ana Halts CEAR Operations

Nacala Logistics has suspended its operations pending assessment that will be conducted because of Cyclone Ana which is still rearing its ugly face in the country.

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