Disasters in Malawi

“TOGETHER, WE ACT FAST TO SAVE LIVES AND RESTORE DIGNITY TO THOSE THAT NEED IT MOST”

Malawi is vulnerable to a range of both rapid and slow-onset shocks, the most common of which include flooding, prolonged dry spells, strong winds and pest or disease outbreaks, all of which compromise food security over long periods of time. Geographically, the Lower Shire and Lake Shore districts have long been considered the country's most disaster-prone areas.

Gift of the Givers annually provides aid in the form of both food and non-food items, agricultural inputs, decent shelter and support for the livelihoods of people, the consequence of recurring disasters. 

Interventions

Disaster Response in Malawi

  • R3.8 Billion in aid

    used in 44 countries

Disaster Response


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