Climate change: The thief who robs everything
Malawi’s climate is dry and hot for most of the year, with four months of rain between December and March. The communities need the rain for their crops to grow, but not too much. As the land is so dry, when it does rain, the crops can be easily washed away or destroyed. Over the last few years, the weather in Malawi has changed. It has become extreme with cyclones, flash flooding and drought.
When you support the 30-Hour Famine, you provide these climate-vulnerable communities with the support they need to adapt to the changing climate and survive.