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Charity clubs join forces to aid Dwangwa flood victims

Dwangwa Lions Club and Round Table Dwangwa 69 joined forces today to donate various food and supplies to flood victims seeking refuge at Dwangwa Primary School centre.

Led by Dwangwa Lions Club President Eleanor Mundo and Round Table Dwangwa 69 Chairperson Dyson Mpeketula, the charitable organizations reiterated their commitment to supporting government’s efforts in aiding those affected by the devastating floods.

The camp chairman, Emmanuel Chisale, expressed gratitude for the timely assistance, adding there is a persistent challenge of food supply and essential items to the flood victims.

The donation from the two clubs, worth over K3 million, is expected to alleviate some of the pressing needs faced by the displaced residents.

The Nkhotakota floods have wreaked havoc, causing property damage estimated in the millions. The areas most severely impacted fall under Traditional Authority Mphonde and Kanyenda.

Tragically, the disaster has claimed one life, and the number of displaced individuals has reportedly risen to over 9,000 as of today, Saturday.

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