Red Cross boss jets into Malawi

Elhadj: is visiting Malawi

The International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) general secretary Elhadj As Sy has jetted into Malawi to assess the hunger situation in the country.

The visit comes weeks after authorities disclosed that half of the population will be food insecure following the persistent dry spells that affected most of parts of the country.

As Sy will visit Mwanza district to assess the hunger situation and later he is to have an audience with vice president Saulos Chilima before flying to Zimbabwe.

Last month President Peter Mutharika declared Malawi a state of national disaster and appealed to well-wishers to help people who are facing hunger.

Meanwhile, Red Cross Malawi has been geared to raise over K200 million to help the hunger victims in the country.

10 thoughts on “Red Cross boss jets into Malawi

  1. Please mr director just accept food donation to Malawi govt because about 60% households have no enough food due to a prolonged drought that hit most parts of the country.

  2. Atipatse chimanga cha blue, a chair nthawi ya njala anatipatsa chimanga cha yellow…

  3. Boss, we Malawian welcomed you please help us with anything to survive this hunger thing, but not me, I was just speaking on behalf of my brother’s, I have 3 children i can manage it

  4. Welcome development, they have to assess it, and help those in need of food. Indeed hunger affects every household here in Malawi

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