Blantyre, Malawi, Mar 12, 2015 / 12:02 am (CNA/EWTN News).- Malawi’s bishops are making solidarity visits to areas in the country’s southern and central regions to deliver aid items collected for those affected by devastating floods in January which displaced more than 230,000 from their homes.
“We commend the oneness and unity in joy and tribulation which the Catholic Church in Malawi has shown, and we continue to ask well-wishers to keep contributing towards this noble cause,” Archbishop Thomas Msusa of Blantyre said March 10 at an event held in the Thyolo district.
“The demand for relief items in the affected 15 districts is still huge,” he added at the visit to displaced persons living in shelter camps in the area.
Representatives from each of Malawi’s eight dioceses delivered money, clothes, food, and non-food items valued at 1 billion Malawian kwachas, or $2.2 million. The aid was collected…
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