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CONCERN Worldwide Calls for Disaster Risk Management Reflection

An International Humanitarian Organization, CONCERN Worldwide says stakeholders should reflect and deeply discuss how best the country can mitigate disasters.

Village Head In Mulanje Fears Extended Lean Period

A Traditional leader in Mulanje has fears that the impact of Cyclone Freddy on agricultural production will result in extension of the lean period.

AAM Launches a K70 million Cash Transfer to TCF Survivors

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.

CHRR, CEDEP Emphasize On Upholding Human Rights In Camps

Two human rights organizations, Centre for Human Rights and Rehabilitation (CHRR) and Centre for the Development of People (CEDEP) have emphasized on the need to respect the rights of people in evacuation camps regardless of their sex.

Roads Authority Commences Temporary Road Restoration in the South

Roads Authority says it is making huge progress in restoring roads connectivity in 43 spots which were cut off by Cyclone Freddy in the southern region.

Govt Extends Suspension of Classes; Analyst Reacts

The ministry of education has further extended the suspension of primary and secondary school classes from 20 March, 2023 up to the end of the term on 31 March, 2023 due to Cyclone Freddy.

MP Calls for Separate Disaster Management Ministry

An independent Member of Parliament for Machinga North East Constituency Ajilu Kalitendere has asked the country's leadership to constitute a separate ministry that will be responsible for disaster management and response.

Countries Respond to Malawi’s Freddy Response; Recovery

Despite a delay that caused concern among Malawians and the nation’s leaders on the world’s response to the disaster that has hit Malawi resulting from Cyclone Freddy, now aid and support is pouring in.

137 Households Affected by Cyclone Freddy in Neno

Neno District Relief and Rehabilitation officer Brighton Mphinga has disclosed that 137 households have been devastated by Cyclone Freddy in Neno district with one person missing.

Scores of Children in Despair as Parents Still Missing

As government and partners continue to support flood survivors, scores of children are in a state of shock and despair at Kapeni demonstration, Manja and other rescue centres in Ndirande township in Blantyre and Likoswe and Mpama in Chiradzulu as their parents are still missing due to the effects of cyclone Freddy.

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