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Lions Club District 412B receives a donation to help flood survives

Written by  Ireen Kayira
Members of Lions Club who attended Leadership training in Lilongwe Members of Lions Club who attended Leadership training in Lilongwe pic by Ireen Kayira

Lilongwe March 25, 2019: Lions Club District 412B has received a donation of over K 9 million from Lion’s Club international foundation to help the flood survivers in the country.

Zimbabwe and Mozambique has received the donation from the foundation which when added together is US$ 70,000 for the three Nations.

In an interview with Malawi News Agency (Mana) on Saturday in Lilongwe during Lions Club Leadership training, Lions Club international Area Leader Lion, Pape Sembi said the foundation has seen the problems that the country is facing as well as Mozambique pertaining to floods that is why it decided to donate that amount to Malawi.

“The money has come immediately to help those people that are in distress. This money has come because the disaster which has struck the country is so grave that it is not possible for the lions clubs in Malawi to do something which is meaningful,” he said

Sembi pointed out that, “The Lion all over the world have assisted the victims and it will be deriver through our members in this country.”

Lion’s Club District Governor for Malawi and Mozambique, Chisomo Gunda expressed gratitude towards the donation that the foundation has given.

She said they are very grateful for the support that Lions Club International foundation has rendered during this time of need.

“People in the areas that have faced this problem of flooding in the country are in great need of help because most of their things were destroyed by the floods .This money will go a long way as it will be used to buy basic necessities’ like blankets, pots and many other things,” Gunda said.

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