Mr. Shigeki Komatsubara brings with him a wealth of knowledge and experience; having previously served in several capacities within the UNDP for more than 16 years, before joining the UNDP Malawi.
As of 27 April, more than 92,000 households have been reached with food and non-food items in 15 affected districts.
United Nations agencies in collaboration with the Government of Malawi, national and international agencies have reached over 400,000 persons affected by the impact of Cyclone Idai. The flood affected populations have received immediate life-saving relief support including food, medicine, shelter, protection services and other non-food-items such as water, sanitation and hygiene supplies.
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There are tremendous opportunities available to attract and scale up more investment for Malawi’s renewable energy and deliver reliable energy services in the country
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