Malawians in Diaspora asked to help flood victims

Malawians living in diaspora and friends of Malawi have been asked to make donations which will go directly to helping the people heavily hit by floods due to incessant rains which has killed many people and left thousands homeless.

Athena Tales

Athena Tales

One of Malawian bloggers Athena Tales has made the appeal through a web link  she says has been created to raise funds for Malawi during this difficult time.

This is worst flood in the history of the country forcing the government to declare a state of emergency. As of Tuesday, January 13, 15 of 28 districts in the country have been declared disaster areas.

According to the information of the appeal page Malawi is in dire need of international aid as over 100 are feared to have died when villages were flooded.

It says in the southern region of the people, livestock, crops and homes were swept away by flood waters. Some people died as houses collapsed on them.

“This appeal is for those living in the diaspora, especially Malawians and friends of Malawi, to make donations which will go directly to helping the people who were heavily hit by this disaster”.

All for Malawi a non-profit organization set up in the USA will work in association with people in Malawi on the ground who are eager to start the relief efforts.

“There is a group of people who are finding out exactly what the immediate needs for the people hardest hit by the flood will require in order to start putting their lives back together.

“This effort by the people in the diaspora as well as those in Malawi will be very transparent and very efficient  in making sure that the funds go to where they are needed most. As well as providing financial aid, some of the funds raised will be used to purchase basic everyday needs such as blankets, food, toiletries etc,” reads the appeal page .

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That’s a good idea if done in good faith


Might it be worth mentioning that the GoFundMe page was actually set up by Ms Celina Mlusu and that Ms Tales simply shared it?


This ladys is beautiful and atha kukudyera zambiri


Those are advocating for the dual citizenship let me tell you this time it’s not for negotiation that if you money to help us back home is for that to Hell with your money ,we can’t sell our country with your ideas you must be mad and totally off your mind …., uchigobaaaa


nkhope zinazi zidya chithandizo ndithu

Likoma Economist

It is sad, bur the truth is disaters, whether natural or man made, and HIV/AIDS are an industry. A lot of heartless people will benefit from disaster.


That is the best to help our relatives back home don’t eat everything send some to malawi , especially those living in europe and. America be generous to your people back home send money clothings etc. Let there be no scandals let the intended get the help they need


Why not those who r in Southafrica? Do u think they don’t deserve ur advice?


But the BIG virus; kusolora


Isn’t this floodgate? Too many bogus charities scrambling for donations for flood victims. Shame on you! Let people donate to govt which has the knowledge and structures on where and how to deliver the relief supplies.


dis is marketing now.

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