TNM extends flood aid to 1000 homes
TNM has donated relief items worth K6.3million to over 1000 households affected by floods in Chikwawa, Phalombe and Nsanje districts.
Each beneficially received 20 kilogrammes of maize flour and 4.5 kilogrammes of soya pieces.
Making the donation at Beleu concentration camp in Chikwawa, TNM head of Blantyre region David Nyirenda said as a responsible corporate citizen, the company decided to join the government in its efforts to assist communities affected by floods.
“At TNM, we are equally concerned with the devastating floods that have left our dear brothers and sisters homeless and destitute,” he said.
Nyirenda reaffirmed TNM’s commitment to assist those in need.
“Our customers are our friends and we were reaching out to them because they have made this brand what it is Friday. Let me assure you that as a local company, we will continue to be with you in good as well as bad times,” he said.
World Vision Malawi Programme Manager for Chikwawa district Daniel Tsalayekha commended TNM for the assistance.
“The biggest challenge people living at Beleu camp are facing is the issue of water. We only have one borehole and that is not sufficient for a population of 1,024 people.
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