Habitat for Humanity Malawi (HFHM) in partnership with United Nations Development Program (UNDP) with funding from Government of China, is implementing a project called “UNDP-HFHM Partnership for Inclusive Disaster Recovery”. The project runs from 29th February, 2020 to 31st March 2021.The main aim of the project is to support human security through safe and dignified access to climate-resilient housing for affected communities in Malawi displaced by floods from Cyclone Idai.
Through this partnership, the project plans to construct 180 flood-resilient houses for the most vulnerable flood-affected communities in Zomba and Phalombe Districts while also restoring two community markets and two community water points. The project will also strengthen the capacity of district and national authorities, private sector firms and communities to apply techniques from the Safer Housing Construction Guidelines (SHCG) including training on inclusive disaster recovery through climate- and weather-resilient housing targeting the most vulnerable, that includes; women, children, the elderly and people with disabilities.
The project is being conducted in Traditional Authorities Mwambo and Ngwelero in Zomba and Kaduya and Jenala in Phalombe. The following maps shows the land parcels of the family beneficiaries who have benefited a house in the project.
Map Of TA Jenala Showing Land Parcels For Family Beneficiaries For UNDP-HFHM Partenership For Inclusive Disaster Recovery Project
Map Of TA Nkhulambe Showing Land Parcels For Family Beneficiaries For UNDP-HFHM Partenership For Inclusive Disaster Recovery Project
Map Of Zomba Showing Disaster Recovery Project Climate Resilient Housing Beneficiaries