Cyclone Freddy: Most Cultural Heritage Sites on Blink of Collapse
A report on Post-Disaster Needs Assessment on Cyclone Freddy impacts has revealed that most cultural heritage sites are on the blink of collapse requiring about 9.4 billion Kwacha for recoveries.
United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO’s) Acting Head in Malawi, David Mlera said this during a presentation of the report in Lilongwe.
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