The United Nations in South Africa reallocated R21 million of its programming budget to support the government’s response in the hardest-hit communities following the KwaZulu-Natal floods. News24 reports that the UN is expected to work directly with government departments to implement various activities in affected communities in the coming weeks. It will also participate in the Provincial Disaster Risk Coordination structures to integrate UN programmes into existing sector plans and to ensure the inclusion of its reporting into current structures.