Southern African Floods Leave Survivors In Need Of Food, Humanitarian Assistance, U.N., Aid Groups Say

Thomson Reuters Foundation: ‘Dire’ needs of southern African flood survivors unmet two weeks on
“Two weeks after floods first swept across southern Africa, tens of thousands of people urgently need clean water, food, shelter, and medical care, aid agencies said on Friday, as more rain was forecast for worst-affected Malawi…” (Tuhkanen, 1/23).

U.N. News Centre: Flood victims in Malawi in urgent need of food, other relief aid, U.N. warns
“The United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) announced [Friday] that it has begun distributing high-energy biscuits in Malawi following the devastating flooding that displaced more than 100,000 people and reportedly killed at least 50 others in recent weeks…” (1/23).

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