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World Council of Credit Unions is reporting at least one credit union in Malawi was destroyed in December earthquakes that left three dead, more than 80 hospitalized and some 300,000 homeless in the country. The most recent earthquake, struck on Dec. 20 and measured 6.0 on the Richter scale according to the U.S. Geological Survey.

The affected credit union, or SACCO, serves Karonga district teachers. Its main office suffered structural damage that will require extensive repair, and a branch office some 20 miles closer to the earthquake’s epicenter was completely destroyed.

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