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Malawi

Malawi Red Cross Society

“We don’t need to wait for men to help anymore.”

“We don’t need to wait for men to help anymore.”

A community-based project in Malawi helps women survive ongoing drought

In Pictures: Malawi drought affects 6.5 million people

In Pictures: Malawi drought affects 6.5 million people

Red Cross helps build resilience to weather events, while responding to immediate needs

Malawi: Promoting self-reliance to ongoing drought through grassroots lending scheme

Malawi: Promoting self-reliance to ongoing drought through grassroots lending scheme

Malawi: Long term investment pays dividends during drought

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Contact details

Address:

Red Cross House
Presidential Way
Area 14
Lilongwe

Postal Address:

P.O. Box 30096
Capital City
Lilongwe 3

Contact Information:

Tel: (265-1) 775 590
Fax: -
Email: mrcs@redcross.mw
Web: http://www.redcross.mw

Language of correspondence: English

People:

  • President: Mr. Levison CHANGOLE
  • Secretary General: Mr McBain LAITON KANONGODZA
  • Director of Finance: Mr Chifundo KALULU
  • PMER: Mr Franklin YONAMU
  • Communications Manager: Mr Felix WASHON
  • Human Resources & Administration Manager: Mr Gilbert CHIKATIKO
  • Resource Mobilisation Coordinator: Mr. Leonard MAGANGA
  • Director, Programmes and Development: Mr Hastings KANDAYA
  • Branch Manager : Mr. Lonard MAGANGA
  • Head of Blood Services: Mrs Linda MWAMBAKULU
  • Legal Adviser: Mr Titus MVALO
  • Disaster Management Manager: Mr Joseph MOYO
  • PA to the Secretary General: Ms. Doris

Latest appeals

3 April 2018
Malawi - Food Insecurity (MDRMW012)
Malawi - Malawi final report narrative and finacial
26 February 2018
Malawi - Karonga Floods (MDRMW013)
Malawi - DREF operation final report
2 August 2017
Malawi - Karonga Floods (MDRMW013)
Malawi - Operation Update
27 May 2017
Malawi - Food Insecurity (MDRMW012)
Malawi - Operation update no. 7
10 May 2017
Malawi - Karonga Floods (MDRMW013)
Malawi - DREF Operation

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