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Oct152011

Natural disasters affecting Malawi’s national development plans

Charles Mkula discusses a quote pulled from a  Department of Disaster Management Affairs report:

“Marginalized groups have less social power and fewer economic resources and physical capacity to anticipate, survive and recover from the effects of disasters,” reports the department pointing out that “the elderly, disabled, the sick, the poor and children are particularly vulnerable”.

Mr. Mkula's article and the semtiment in the report reflect You. Me. We.'s founding idea. Please read the full article here. http://www.newstimeafrica.com/archives/22847

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