Malawi: Response to Cyclone Ana -RRF 05/2022.

Tropical Storm Ana hit the Southern and Central Districts of Malawi on Monday 24th January. Most parts of Southern Malawi were severely hit by heavy persistent rains and the strong influence of Tropical Storm Ana.

In the aftermath of the storm, over 990,000 people urgently require life-saving and life-sustaining humanitarian assistance and protection support, as well as livelihood support to recover from their losses and rebuild their resilience, and access to basic service ( UNOCHA, 2022).

The two national ACT members in Malawi, ELDS, and CARD are responding with a rapid response fund to meet the needs of the affected and displaced in the areas of WASH, food, Non Food Items, Livelihoods, and Psychosocial support.

Malawi_Emergency Response to effects of Cyclone Ana