Malawi has donated 30 metric tonnes of beans to the Mozambican government towards supporting people affected by the incursions in Cabo Delgado.
Press Trust has donated 182.5 metric tonnes (approximately 3,650 bags each weighing 50kg) of maize flour worth MK60 million to people affected by moderate tropical storm ANA.
Lilongwe Water Board (LWB) on Friday (18th February) donated assorted relief items worth K10 million to people affected by Tropical Storm ANA.
Learners from Sapitwa International Schools on Wednesday (16th February, 2022) donated assorted relief items to people affected by Tropical Storm ANA.
The Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) has donated K200 million worth emergency relief items to the Government of Malawi for people affected by Tropical Storm ANA-induced floods.
The Government of the People’s Republic of China has donated funds amounting to MK129 million to Malawi Government towards Tropical Storm ANA flood response.
Government, through the Department of Disaster Management Affairs (DoDMA) in collaboration with various development and humanitarian
The Lilongwe-based ERIMA investment has donated relief items worth over MK2 million to assist people affected by Moderate Tropical Storm ANA
The Lilongwe-based ERIMA investment has donated relief items worth over MK2 million
President Lazarus McCarthy Chakwera has called for unity amongst the citizenry of this country and all stakeholders in disaster response
Flash floods and stormy rains that hit Ndirande Township in Blantyre City have affected 126 households;
13th October is the International Day for Disaster Reduction (IDDR). The day is commemorated every year as one way of raising awareness
Commissioner for Disaster Management Affairs, Charles Kalemba has called on councils and all disaster risk management (DRM) stakeholders to enhance efforts in assessing disaster risks.
Today, Malawi joins the rest of the world in commemorating the World Humanitarian Day (WHD), which falls on 19th August.
Government through the Department of Disaster Management Affairs, on Sunday, 1st August, 2021 provided coffins, transportation and
The 2018 International Day for Disaster Reduction (IDDR) being commemorated under the theme ‘Reducing Economic Losses from Disasters Has the Power to Transform Lives.
Department of Disaster Management Affairs (DODMA) is a Malawi Govt agency for improving and safeguarding the quality of lives of Malawians especially those that are vulnerable to and affected disasters.
To become a highly reliable, efficient, effective and proactive disaster risk management coordinating institution that in turn is socially, politically and economically vibrant and sustainable.
To effectively coordinate the implementation of disaster risk management programmes through overseeing disaster prevention, mitigation, preparedness, response and recovery activities.
To coordinate and direct the implementation of disaster risk management programmes in Malawi.