Award-winning food writer and television presenter Donal Skehan has shared his heartbreak at witnessing the devastation caused in Malawi by Cyclone Idai.
The TV chef travelled to Malawi with Irish humanitarian aid agency Concern Worldwide in 2016, visiting several communities to learn about their struggle with malnutrition.
With a population of almost 19 million, Malawi is one of the poorest countries in the world and was dealt a further blow when Cyclone Idai struck in early March.
More than 868,900 people have been impacted by the heavy rains and floods, with over 60 deaths and 672 injuries reported.
As the majority of those living in Malawi rely on agriculture for their livelihoods, it is expected that damage to fields and recently planted crops will have a massive impact in the coming months.