The efforts of an International organisation called Muslim World League (MWL) to see a hunger free Malawi can not be underestimated.
As Malawians are going through shortage of food, the international Islamic organisation is spending sleepless nights distributing bags of maize.
Recently , the organisation bailed out 2000 families in Saopa and Ngabu areas in Chiradzulu district.
Abida Mia is Member of Parliament (MP) for the area and she hailed the organisation for feeding her constituents.
The organisation also donated 1000 bags of maize to the people of Lilongwe South.
Traditional Authority (TA) Masambankhumba of the area also hailed the Islamic organisation for the support.
TA Masambankhumba said the aid retained a smile on the people who were lacking food.
Muslim World League launched its relief programs in Malawi in December , last year in Salima district.
The Department of Disaster Management Affairs (DoDMA) said the Malawi Vulnerability Assessment Committee (MVAC) conducted update assessment on food situation which indicated that 1,879,000 people are food insecure.
The initial MVAC report indicated that 1,060,000 people were at risk of being food insecure.
The Muslim World League is an international non-governmental Islamic organisation based in the Holy City of Makkah in Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA)
Its goal is to clarify the true message of Islam.
It is engaged in propagating the religion of Islam, elucidating its principles and tenets, refuting suspicious and false allegations made against the religion.
The League also strives to persuade people to abide by the commandments of their Lord, and to keep away from prohibited deeds.
The League also helps Muslims solve problems facing them anywhere in the world, and carry out their projects in the sphere of Da’wah, education and culture.