An aerial view taken on January 20, 2015 shows a flooded area is seen at Makhanga in Malawi's most southern district of Nsanje
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Malawians start to rebuild their lives after floods

28 January 2015 Last updated at 06:43 GMT

Torrential rain has wreaked havoc in the southern African country of Malawi.

It's the wet season there, but this year an extraordinary amount of heavy rain and flash floods have turned roads into rivers.

It has forced 70,000 people to leave their homes.

Bangula is one of the areas, which was worst affected.

Newsround spoke to three kids from Malawi about how they are coping since the floods and to Angela Travis from the charity Unicef.