By Rachel Gonani MANA

Civil Service Club on Sunday, donated different clothing items to Naotcha primary school in Blantyre where survivors of cyclone Freddy in Blantyre are camping.

The Club which has six teams in three sporting disciplines of football, netball and athletics donated the items through its women’s football outfit Civo Women’s FC.

Speaking at the camp, Sunday morning, welfare officer at Civil Service Club who coordinated the donations programme Teresa Chipolopolo said the club felt the need to contribute to the welfare of the people knowing that sports development is possible when people are in a conducive environment .

Receiving the donation, coordinator at the camp, Alexander Kasawala expressed gratitude to the club for the gesture saying it will help address some challenges people at the camp are facing.

According to Kasawala, the camp is hosting over 1,800 people with over 300 children making up the figure.

Kasawala appealed for more assistance especially foodstuffs and blankets from other well-wishers.

About three kilometres from Naotcha primary school, government has set up camps where flood survivors whose houses were swept away will be assisted to rebuild houses along with other starter packs.

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