DODMA Says Cyclone Here to Stay

The Department of Disaster Management Affairs (DODMA) has conceded that climatic hazards, like cyclones, dry spells and heavy rainfall have come to stay.

DODMA To Support Councils in Land Acquisition for Displaced Households

The Department of Disaster and Management Affairs (DoDMA) says it will support councils in acquisition of land for relocation of Cyclone Freddy displaced households whose native settlement land is now inhabitable.

Don't Lose Hope, APAS Tells Freddy Survivors 

The Africa Project against Suicide (APAS) has challenged Tropical Cyclone Freddy survivors that there is hope after the devastating effects of floods which disrupted their livelihoods.

74 Households Yet to Receive DoDMA Maize in Thyolo

At least 74 hunger-stricken families in two villages of Loti and Mkwata in the area of Senior chief Mphuka claim are yet to receive maize under the government's lean season intervention, a  week after they were told to wait when others were receiving the items at Mkhathe.

DoDMA Responds to Hunger in Neno

The Department of Disaster and Management Affairs (DODMA) has over the weekend distributed 920 bags of maize to hunger stricken families in Neno district as they await cash transfer for the months of December last year to March 2023.

PIH Builds 44 Houses for Cyclone Ana Survivors in Neno

The Department of Disaster Management Affairs Commissioner Charles Kalemba has commended Partners in Health for its support towards the people affected by various disasters in the country.

DoDMA Responds to Neno Disaster

The Department of Disaster Management Affairs (DODMA) has responded to the Neno disaster that has so far left 129 families without food and shelter.

K371m Nsanje Evacuation Center Project Rolls Out

Government through the Department of Disaster Management Affairs (DoDMA) has pumped in K371 million for construction of a flood survivors’ evacuation center at Mchacha James in the area of Traditional Authority Mlolo in Nsanje.

COST to Monitor Recovery Construction Works

The Construction Sector Transparency (COST) says it will put a close eye on billions of money that has been allocated to rehabilitate the infrastructure that was damaged by Tropical Storm Ana early this year.

Floods Hit Ndirande Communities

126 households have been left destitute whilst 32 people from 11 households are rendered homeless and injured following floods that have hit Ndirande Township on Monday, government has confirmed.

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