Cyclone Ana hit Malawi on January 24th devastating parts of Malawi. The floods and winds ripped through the country destroying river banks, tearing down power lines the infrastructure with many roads and bridges damaged cutting off communities.
According to the Department for Disaster Management Affairs (DODMA):
The cyclone affected over 800,000
33 people lost their lives
Over 200,000 people displaced
600,000 acres for land affected – including farming land was destroyed.
MRF’s teams on the ground quickly mobilised delivering much needed urgent relief including food, basic items, plastic sheets, water purifiers, etc to support the people.
Our assessment shows that many homes were destroyed or badly damaged.
As part of our medium to long term strategy MRF plan to step up the house building programme.
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From the kind generous donations received from our compassionate donors, Malawi Relief Fund UK have started helping the people whose lives have been affected by Cyclone Ana, by giving them aid and assistance.