As another year of devastating events unfolds, including Cyclone Idai - one of the worst tropical cyclones on record to affect Africa and the Southern Hemisphere – natural disasters are a constant reminder to us that whatever progress we have been making in reducing disaster risk, we need to do more. One area where risk-informed development investments pay dividends is lightning detection systems.
Modern lightning detecting system in Malawi is saving lives and livelihoods
May 2, 2019
UNDP and UN Habitant in collaboration with DODMA embark on a new EU-funded project to help cities in preparing and responding to disasters
UNDP Malawi supports the response to Tropical Ana in Malawi
On the 24 of January 2022, Malawi experienced yet another disaster when the Tropical Storm Ana struck Madagascar, Mozambique and Malawi, with high winds and torre...
M-Climes protecting communities from the effects of extreme weather events and climate change in Malawi
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