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Contribute to CPAR's Response to Extreme Floods in Malawi

Water is life, but it can also pose serious health risks. Climate change is at the heart of this crisis, amplifying floods, wildfires, and droughts. The impacts are devastating, threatening communities' access to clean water and sanitation.

In Malawi, extreme flooding is wreaking havoc, destroying infrastructure and contaminating vital water sources. With diseases like cholera spreading, rural communities and IDP camps are struggling.

Loading Supplies in Response to Floods

But there's hope. CPAR and UNICEF are on the ground, providing essential aid to 4 out of 7 IDP camps in Nkhotakota District. We're distributing buckets, jerrycans, soap, and more to those in need. Yet, challenges persist, with damaged roads hindering access.

You can make a difference. Support over 9,000 displaced Malawians affected by climate change. Every contribution counts. Let's stand together to provide immediate relief to those facing the brunt of this crisis. Click link in bio to donate!

UNICEF Staff In Action


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