Bilal Trust feeds starving Malawians

Bilal Trust has donated a total of 9,000 bags of maize flour to communities in Machinga and Mangochi.

Bilah Trust giving the maize flour
Bilal Trust giving the maize flour
Helping hand: Communities receiving the floor
Helping hand: Communities receiving the floor

The bags of maize flour, each weighing 10 kgs were given to communities in Ntaja, Lutenje, Namwela, Monkey Bay and Chiponde.

The maize flour donation came at a time when people in the two districts are struggling with hunger after a poor harvest recorded last year.

Communities in the two districts had their harvest reduced last year due to flush floods which swept many fields of maize.

In addition to the flush floods, the harvest was affected by a dry spell which followed.

Speaking at Chiponde in Mangochi, Farook Sattar, who is Bilal Trust Coordinator, said his organization is touched by the suffering of the people.

“We are very touched by the suffering that the people in the two districts are experiencing.

“We therefore would like to join hands with government in alleviating the hunger,” said Sattar.

According to Sattar, Bilal Trust intends to reach out to as many people as possible with the maize distribution, in a number of districts in Malawi.

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2016 welcome
2016 welcome
5 years ago

Good move BILAL. Komabe nthawi zina mudzalauleko kugawako dela loti sikuli anthu a chipembedzo chanu ambiri.

assati
assati
5 years ago

Thats commendable keep it up please.

Mpunga Woviika.....
Mpunga Woviika.....
5 years ago

Apa akugawa bwino bwino palibe a polisi sanakumane ndi president koma wina akufuna kaye akumane ndi President………aaaaaaaaaaaaaa guys let us be Frank.Kuthandiza sachemerera

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