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.
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.
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.
The Department of Disaster Management Affairs (DoDMA) has indicated that all camps of flood survivors will be decommissioned by next month.
The Department of Disaster Management Affairs (DoDMA) has appealed to flood survivors who are still in the camps in the Shire Valley to move back to their homes for reconstruction.
Department of Disaster Management Affairs (DoDMA) says it will release a detailed report this month end on how it has used financial and material support two months after President Lazarus Chakwera declared Malawi a State of National Disaster.
Department of Disaster and Management Affairs (DoDMA) says it is now time for Phalombe survivors of Cyclone Ana induced floods to go back home and reclaim their lives.
The Department of Disaster Management Affairs (DoDMA) says failure to dredge rivers and construct resilient infrastructure are main factors fueling massive damages during flooding.
The Department of Disaster Management Affairs (DoDMA) says it has deployed an interagency assessment team to districts that have been heavily affected by Tropical Cyclone Gombe to help fasten the assessment exercise which district councils are conducting.
Stakeholders have recommended to government and its partners to declare Likoma and Chizumulu Islands prone district to disaster occurrences due to its geographical position which is a key risk factor threatening lives and property of the Island people.