items to the homeless people around Zomba District where more people have been affected.
Tents have been provided to the homeless people whereby all their properties have been washed away by flooding waters
Bridges and road have been washed away
Children are the ones who suffer the most during such humanitarian crisis
No safe water in these areas
Thousands of homeless people are in school camps at Milala Primary School
This is another camp at Anglican Church where homeless people stays all day long without food
Hungry child with her mother at Anglican Church camp, with God’ s love we deliver
Donated items to victims of floods at Ntonda TDC Camp in Zomba district
We opened Community based Childcare Centers for under five children in Camps
Community Based childcare Centers caregivers receiving playing and learning materials at Ntonda TDC Camp in Zomba
Orphans and other vulnerable children in the camps receives a bag of flour and relish, salt plus plastic sheets .
Victims of Floods at the camp receiving donated items bought with financial support from American People
The family has lost all their properties by flooding waters from Likangala river
Psychosocial Support Provision During Emergencies Situations in TA Mwambo
A continuum of care and support by which the person’s social environment and his or her individual capacities are influenced for both individual benefit and community development offered by Malawi Children.
The PSS in emergency is being done for:
- To help people adjust to the new environments and revised social structures that arise after an emergency to traumatic event.
- To help people cope with their own potentially upsetting individual experiences
With funding from Tony DelDotto Malawi Children follows the Following Principles of PSS and Recovery.
- Human rights and equity
- Do no harm
- Building on available resources and capacities
- Integrated support systems
- Multi layered supports
- Challenge in matching service delivery to need
The following Psychological First Aid(‘PFA”) In Emergencies is being provided by Malawi Children Project in TA Mwambo.
- Early assistance ideally provided by those children first on site
- Initial assessment of the psychological impact of the event
- Stabilization of existing psychological injuries
- Prevention of further psychological injuries
- Maintenance of psychological status until professional mental health care is available, if reguired
- Facilitation of transition and referrals to trained mental health professional, when necessary
- Promotion of faster and better psychological healing
- Seeks to reduce distress and provide basic needs following a traumatic event, such as comfort, information, support and immediate practical and emotional assistance.
When Malawi children Project apply PFA
- During and in the immediate aftermath of disasters to promote Calm, safety, connectdness, hope and self-efficacy