Malawi has declared a state of disaster after heavy rains and floods left at least 30 people dead and 115,000 displaced. The number of people affected is expected to rise as assessment teams reach new areas.
Red Cross Brings Relief to Phalombe Flood Victims
Malawi News Agency, 15 March 2019
The Malawi Red Cross Society (MRCS) on Sunday stepped in to assist people who were affected by floods in Phalombe following the persistent rains experienced last week. Read more »
More Heavy Rains, Windstorms to Batter Southern Region
Nyasa Times, 13 March 2019
The Department of Climate Change and Meteological Services has warned a spell of unsettled weather, marked by heavy thundershowers, strong winds that will batter some parts of the… Read more »
Minister of Homeland Security Nicholas Dausi and his deputy Charles Mchacha visit flood victims.
Minister Dausi speaks to a flood victim.
Some of the relief items distributed to displaced people at Sagawa in Mulanje.
Death Toll From Flooding Rises to 30
Nyasa Times, 11 March 2019
Government says number of people killed in rain-induced flooding has reached 30 with 377 others injured. Read more »
Malawi Reeling From Deadly Floods
CAJ News, 12 March 2019
Some 28 people have been killed and 11 missing following heavy rains in Malawi. Read more »
Over 1400 Houses Collapse in Blantyre
Malawi News Agency, 11 March 2019
At least 1, 398 houses have collapsed in Blantyre and more damage is expected as the rain continues. Read more »
South Africa Sends Rescue Teams, Relief Items to Help Malawi Floods Devastation
Nyasa Times, 10 March 2019
Following President Peter Mutharika's declaration of state of disaster in areas affected by heavy rains and subsequent floods, the South African government has responded by… Read more »
Over 20 Killed in Flood Disasters
CAJ News, 11 March 2019
Malawi has declared a state of disaster after heavy rains and floods left at least 23 people dead and 115 000 affected. Read more »
Govt Committed to Provide Relief to Flood Victims
Government has assured Malawians affected by the recent floods that they would receive relief items in time. Read more »
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