Malawians in Kenya donate to flood victims

Malawians and friends of Malawi in Kenya has donated assorted items to flood victims.

Malawians in Kenya present the donation led by High Comissioner Marcel Chirwa

Malawians in Kenya present the donation led by High Comissioner Marcel Chirwa

Cross section of attendees

Cross section of attendees

The items have been handed over to World Vision to distribute to the flood victims in Malawi.

Speaking during the  handoverceremony, Malawi High Commissioner Brigadier General Marcel R.D. Chirwa (Rtd),  said Malawi was hit by the worst floods in the country’s living memory that affected 15 of the 28 districts, killing at least 200 people; and displacing thousands more.

He noted that in response to an appeal for assistance to well-wishers was made by President Peter Mutharika, the Malawi Community in Kenya and other well-wishers quickly heeded the call.

He observed that over two  tons of items (assorted bales of clothing, blankets, zitenje and shoes) have been given by the community to World Vision for forwarding to our brothers and sisters in Malawi.

Chirwaalso took time to commend the response of international agencies such as World Vision who have been in the fore to assist the victims of these floods. He also expressed appreciation to the Malawi Community and the efforts of the AMAKE Executive Committee for coordinating collections.

Chairman of AMAKE, Mr. Robert T. Hanjahanja expressed gratitude to Malawians and friends of Malawi who had responded to the plea for help in an overwhelming manner, and he also appreciated the readiness of  World Vision to partner with Malawians in Kenya and facilitate the logistics needed to get these items to those in need.

It was also noted that there would be another fund raising event at the High Commission on the 7th of February where cash contributions would be collected and in a similar manner, forwarded to those in need in Malawi.

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Joe wa Kalunji

This is very good. At least “aMalawi tiziyamba ndifeyo” other than wholly relying on well-wishers from overseas. This is a sign that we care and are growing in maturity. Well done aMalawi anzathu in Kenya and those in South Africa. I only hope that such well meaning assistance does not end in houses of officials at Capital Hill and Local Councils. Malawians appear to have a knack for “kusolora” in each and every initiative. Chonde let’s not discourage the would-be philanthropists with our unsatiable thieving.

Happy Eduard

Many thanks bwana Bob for organizing yourselves in Kenya to help your brothers and sisters back home. Ndakukunyadilanitu ine.


But are these really Malawians? The foreheads look like they are Kenyans!! Mwayamba kutengera zonse!!
But either way, takunyadirani on that gesture, Ambuye awonjezere pomwe mwachotsapo.

I wish we could have such donations towards developmental projects other than nthawi yangozi yokhayokha. Good gesture though


Nanga amene muli Ku UK komanso USA mutichani ….anzanu akuthandiza pa wosati awokere koma our country is in trouble lets help


Mulungu awonjezere pomwe mwachotsapo. Wishing you a happy and safe stay in Kenya…A beautiful country with beautiful people too.

Bwantasa Gomdwe

Amalawi akapita maiko akunja amaphunzira chikondi. Musadzabwerenso kuti muzitikondabe kklkkkkkkkkk. Mukabwera kuno mudzphunzira umfiti kkkkkkkkk.



Hannockie kambirinya

dzina la amphawi okokokoloka ndi madzi ena alemela


This is the way how our Envoys should conduct themselves, if these were Malawians in Japan the headlines should have read “The Malawi Ambassador to Japan has organized donations for flood victims”. Well done Major General Chirwa!

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