“I'm now able to feed myself and my family, thanks to this irrigation project,” says Margaret Kalombola, seen here with her children and dependants.
Copyright: WFP/Pamela Kuwali
Disaster risk reduction is a priority for WFP Malawi. This means ensuring a sustainable food supply for communities living in disaster-prone areas. WFP is working to increase the resilence to climate-related and other shocks of some 98,000 people in seven districts so that they are better able to prepare for and respond to disaster.
- 3 June 2013 Disaster Risk Reduction for Food Security
- 13 December 2012 Poor Malawi Farmers Receive Cash Through Mobile Phone
- 30 November 2012 South Africa Crisis (For The Media)
- 23 November 2012 WFP Responds To A Drought In Malawi
- 14 June 2012 Meals For Malawi's Young Minds
- 13 June 2012 Malawi: Helping Farmers Build The Future They Want
- 23 May 2012 Nutrition for Mothers and Children in Malawi
- 27 March 2012 Malawi visit by Programme Officer Christiani Buani
- 23 November 2010 P4P Malawi Briefs the President of Malawi