Thu. Apr 18th, 2024

Al- Barakah Charity Trust Donates To Cyclone Freddy Survivors

Al-Barakah Charity Trust has called on people to avoid stealing relief items meant for displaced people.

Director of Administration and Finance at Al-Barakah Charity Trust, Saidi Witness, made the sentiments when the trust donated food and non food items to 400 households in Lunzu and Chileka in Blantyre.

Witness said it was unfortunate that some people were hoarding things meant to help Cyclone Freddy survivors.

The trust has reached out to more than 1000 households in Cyclone Freddy affected districts of Mangochi, Mulanje and Blantyre.

According to Witness the Trust has spent K100 million on the relief items courtesy of Petroda Malawi Limited.

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