Survivors still feel the devastation of Cylone Idai. Schools, healthcare facilities, places of worship and homes were left in ruins and poverty prevails. Access to clean water is often a daily struggle with no ablution facilities available in some parts.
Gift of the Givers has intervened in a village of Motua in Mozambique where we rebuilt a school. The school provides education for 348 learners. Our team delivered new desks to the school.
The Anglican church in Motua was where the villagers ran for safety when the cyclone hit. Sadly, this beacon of hope was also damaged in the cyclone. Gift of the Givers repaired the facility by replacing the roof and window nets and gave it a fresh coat of paint.
In Malawi, Gift of the Givers distributed farmer packs to vulnerable families who were relocated from flood areas in the confines of Phimbi area, Chikwawa.
Each farming family was given a farmer pack that contains:
10 Kgs Maize Seed, 25 Kgs NPK and 25 kgs Urea of Fertilizer, 50g Packets of Tomato Seeds, 30g of Rape Seeds and 100 ml of Chemical to be utilized for winter cropping.
We further delivered food parcels, shoes, water buckets and point of use water purification.
Each food parcel contains
. 15kg Cream of Maize Flour
· 2kg Corn Soya Blend with Sugar (Likuni Phala)
· 2kg Beans
. 2kg Full Rice
. 900g Soya Pieces (10 packets)
. 2 litres Cooking Oil
. 1kg Kitchen Salt
. 200g Tea Leaves
. 2kg Sugar
. 4x100g Laundry Soap
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