Families have lost everything
When Cyclone Idai tore through southern Africa in March, it separated parents and children, ripped up homes and destroyed livelihoods.
One month on, thousands of families are still homeless and afraid. They urgently need help.
We have a response team in Malawi providing emergency shelter to the families who need it the most.
Watch the video for our latest update. Watch previous video updates here.
Voices of Malawi
FAMILIES LIKE PETRO'S HAD TO RUN AWAY FROM THE DEVASTATION CAUSED BY CYCLONE IDAI
"The rains were so heavy, there was so much water flooding our house, then it just washed away. Completely washed away. So we had to run.
At first, I had the fear, the next thing I thought was that we would die because I had to pick up my children on my shoulders. The water was almost at my neck level."
With your support, we can provide aid to families like Petro's, so they can start rebuilding their lives.
See more photos from Malawi and see how families are showing great resilience and strength.
About the flooding
Flooding can be extremely damaging, even life threatening, for communities that experience it.
In Malawi, the flooding has devastated land, livestock and homes. Vast areas are now uninhabitable, leaving families homeless and vulnerable.
Over 1 million people have been affected in the region, and there are fears for further risks to families such as water-borne diseases and malaria.
Find out more about why floods happen and their devastating effects.