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WFP Delivers Food Aid to Malawi in the Aftermath of Cyclone Idai

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WFP Delivers Food Aid to Malawi in the Aftermath of Cyclone Idai

WFP Delivers Food Aid to Malawi in the Aftermath of Cyclone Idai

The World Food Programme said it delivered food aid to people affected by Cyclone Idai in Masangano, Malawi, on April 5.In a press release, the WFP said that they have reached 165,000 people of over 868,000 people affected by Cyclone Idai in Malawi, as of 08 April.

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