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FL-2018-000018-MOZ Flood Mozambique Since 15 January, heavy rains have been falling on Mozambique, affecting over 73,200 people in Nampula province, according to the National Institute for Disaster Management (INGC). Over 14,400 houses were damaged, including about 8,800 partially destroyed and 5,600 completely destroyed. Eight health units, 422 classrooms and 135 electricity poles were equally damaged. 
FL-2018-000017-MOZ Flood Mozambique  
FL-2018-000016-FRA Flood France Heavy rain has been affecting the northern and eastern areas of France including Paris, over the past days, causing rivers to overflow and floods. According to media, as of 29 January at 7.00 UTC, approx. 1 500 people have been temporary evacuated in Paris and in Ile de France region. In addition media reported, as of the same date, several roads and railways along the river Seine in Paris interrupted, river traffic on the Seine temporary closed. The French Civil Protection has issued an orange alert for heavy rain and flooding in 11 department in northern and central regions of the country. 
FL-2018-000015-BOL Flood Bolivia Heavy rain has been affecting several areas of the western and central parts of the country over the past week causing rivers to overflow and widespread damages. According to national authorities, as of 2 February, at least 50 houses have been damaged in Cochabamba department. They also reported, as of the same date, that hundreds of people have been evacuated and over 50 000 have been affected by floods caused by the overflow of the rivers Rocha, Ibare, Tupiza and Mamone in Chochabamba, Tarija and Santa Cruz departments. National authorities, as of 1 February, declared Flood Disaster Zones the municipalities of Guarayos and El Puente (Santa Cruz department).  
FL-2018-000014-ARG Flood Argentina During the morning of the 20th of January, intense rain resulted in an accumulated rainfall of 290 mm in Presidencia Roque Sáenz Peña. This caused flooding across the city, isolating some suburbs, cutting the electricity supply and causing the collapse of the sewerage system. Some homes and public buildings were flooded by between 10 cm and 150 cm of water. The state of emergency was declared on 24th of January. The affected neighbourhoods are: Santa Mónica, Tiro Federal, Ginés Benítez, Monseñor de Carlo, Santa Elena, Hipólito Yrigoyen, Sáenz Peña, Milenium, San José, Piñeiro, Nala, Pablo VI and Quinta Ocho.  
EP-2018-000013-IDN Epidemic Indonesia On 16 January 2018, Indonesian Ministry of Health (MoH) has declared a measles outbreak and malnutrition in the Asmat District of the Papua Province. The National Health Crisis Centre at MoH activated its public health emergency operation center to monitor the impact of the crisis regularly. As of 21 January 2018, at least 602 positive measles cases have been identified. Papua, as one of the poorest area of Indonesia, has a poor food security status. A large proportion of the population, especially children, are suffering of malnutrition and weakened immunity, which makes them more vulnerable to measles and its complications. Only 17 % of the area's population are vaccinated against measles. 
EP-2018-000012-PRK Epidemic Korea, Democratic People's Republic On 19 Jan 2018, the Vice Minister of Public Health officially informed the WHO about the outbreak of influenza A (H1N1) in the DPR Korea. The epidemic is affecting the whole country. As of 16 January, there were 126,674 suspected influenza cases, out of which 81,640 were confirmed as influenza. According to the information obtained thus far, 24.5% of the cases were among children under 7, and 52.7% among children between 8 and 16 of age. At least 4 deaths have been confirmed. 
CW-2018-000011-MNG Cold Wave Mongolia As of 20 December 2017, the dzud risk map for winter 2017-2018, published by National Agency of Meteorology and the Environmental Monitoring shows that about 40 percent of the country is at the extreme risk of dzud and about 20 percent of the country is at high risk of dzud. - IFRC, 24 Jan 2018, ( According to the joint FAO/WFP Crop and Livestock Assessment Mission report, released on 22 December, the 2017 wheat output, the country's main staple, is estimated at 231 000 tonnes, half of the previous year's high level and more than 40 percent lower than the average of the previous five years. The decrease is the result of a prolonged period of severe dry weather between mid-May and end-July, coupled with extreme high temperatures in June, which resulted in a considerable decrease in plantings, widespread crop losses and sharply reduced yields. - GIEWS, 15 Jan 2018( 
CW-2018-000008-MAR Cold Wave Morocco Since the beginning of January 2018, the temperatures have fallen below normal in many parts of Morocco. The worst hit parts have been the inner parts of the country, mainly the High Atlas and Middle Atlas areas, over 900 meters above the sea level, where temperatures have hit as low as -5 Celcius degrees. Many roads have been cut off due to snow, leaving many communities isolated. The freezing weather has caused enonomic losses and disrupted livelihoods. There has also been an increase of cold-related diseases. 
TC-2018-000007-MUS Tropical Cyclone Mauritius Tropical Cyclone Berguitta is strengthening and moving south-west towards Mauritius.The system could reach Mauritius on 17 January and cause heavy rain and strong winds. On Rodrigues Island, more than 40 people were evacuated following a strong tropical storm. 
VO-2018-000005-PHL Volcano Philippines On Sunday, 14th of January 2017 Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology increased the alert level for Mount Mayon to three (scale 1-5), which indicates a prospect of hazardous eruption within the following weeks or even days. On Monday, 15th of January, ash clouds were seen erupting from the crater with lava falling down the slopes. At least 15 000 people living nearby have fled their homes. 
FL-2018-000004-COD Flood Congo Democratic Republic 3 and 4th January parts of Kinshasa were flooded. 9 communes (Ngaliema, Bandalungwa, Selembao, Masina, Limete, Kalamu, Bumbu, Kimbanseke and Ndjili) were affected. As at now, 51 deaths have been registered of the 15,743 people made extremely vulnerable by the floods. Also, the Cholera Treatment Centre of Galiema is equally under water, heightening the risk of a further escalation of the current Cholera epidemic, already raging in Kinshasa. 
CW-2018-000003-BGD Cold Wave Bangladesh A cold wave has been sweeping across six divisions of Bangladesh since 4th of January 2018. On 8th of January, the temperature in Tetulia dropped to 2.9 Celcius, which is close to the all-time cold-record of 2.6 Celcius (measured in 1968). Currently, the worst hit districts are Rajshahi and Chuadanga with the average temperature of 4-6 Celcius degrees (severe cold wave). Those living in poverty, particularly children and elderly, have been worst affected by the cold temperatures. At least 29 people have died as a result of the cold wave. According to the current forecast, here is a slight chance that the temperatures may increase in the following week. 
VO-2018-000002-PNG Volcano Papua New Guinea The Kadovar volcano, previously considered dormant, has erupted for the first time in known history. . As of 6th of January 2017, over half of the island was covered in volcanic products. The darkening colour of the ash indicates that is a high potential for the eruption to become explosive. Due to the steepness of the volcano, there is a high risk for landslides. In case of an explosion, tsunamis can also be expected to affect Kadovar and the nearby islands. 
TC-2018-000001-MDG Tropical Cyclone Madagascar Madagascar remains on alert as Tropical Storm AVA moves slowly towards the island's east coast. The weather system is already causing weather disturbances in northern Madagascar and on the islands of Réunion and Mauritius. It is expected to approach Madagascar on 5 January 2018 and continue southward along the eastern coast of the country. The storm is expected to cause strong winds, heavy rains and storm surge, generating a significant risk of flooding and landslides along the eastern coast. 
TC-2017-000182-PHL Tropical Cyclone Philippines On 20 Dec 2017, Tropical Depression "Vinta" (local name) has intensified into a tropical storm as it continues to track westward with maximum sustained winds of up to 65 kph. Scattered to widespread moderate to heavy rains is expected over Eastern Visayas, Caraga and Davao Region within 24 hours. The storm is expected to make landfall over Caraga - Davao Region area between Thursday (December 21) evening and Friday (December 22) morning. 
TC-2017-000182-VNM Tropical Cyclone Viet Nam Typhoon Tembin is expected to slam into Vietnam late on Monday, 25 December 2017. Vietnam's disaster prevention committee said 74,000 people had been moved to safety from vulnerable areas, while authorities in 15 provinces and cities were prepared to move more than 1 million. 
EQ-2017-000181-IDN Earthquake Indonesia On Friday, 15 December 2017, at 23:47 local time, BMKG (Meteorological, Climatological and Geophysical Agency) reported an earthquake of 6.9 magnitude. The epicentre was located on the coast at 7.75 degrees south and 108.11 degrees east, some 6 km southeast of Bantarkalong, Tasikmalaya District, West Java Province, with an estimated depth of 120 km. The National Disaster Management Office (BNPB) BNPB confirmed that as a result of the earthquake, four people are dead, 11 people seriously injured and 25 people slightly injured. To date, the recorded number of damaged houses is 2,935 in West Java, Central Java and Yogyakarta, with West Java as the most affected province. Latest data shows 451 heavily damaged houses, 579 medium damaged houses and 1,905 slightly damaged houses.  
TC-2017-000180-PHL Tropical Cyclone Philippines A new Tropical Cyclone KAI-TAK (named URDUJA in the Philippines) formed over the south west Pacific Ocean on 13 December and started moving west-northwest toward Eastern Samar province (Eastern Visayas region, Philippines). On 14 December at 0.00 UTC its centre was located 200 km south-east of Borongan city (Eastern Samar province) and it had maximum sustained wind speed of 56 km/h (Tropical Depression). 
FR-2017-000179-USA Fire United States An out-of-control California wildfire that has already destroyed nearly 700 homes in its path of destruction crept closer to the upscale hillside community of Montecito on Tuesday 12 December despite calmer winds that slowed its progress. 
EP-2017-000178-ZMB Epidemic Zambia On 6 October 2017, the Minister of Health declared an outbreak of cholera in the Zambian capital, Lusaka. From 28 September through 7 December 2017, 547 cases including 15 deaths (case fatality rate = 1.8%), have been reported since the beginning of the outbreak. The initial outbreak period was from 28 September through 20 October. From 21 October through 4 November 2017 there were less than five cases reported each week. However, from 5 November 2017 an increase in the number of cases was observed with a total of 136 cases reported in the week beginning 26 November. 
EP-2017-000177-BGD Epidemic Bangladesh Diphtheria is rapidly spreading among Rohingya refugees in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh, WHO warned on 6 December 2017. More than 110 suspected cases, including 6 deaths, have been clinically diagnosed by health partners, including Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) and the International Federation of the Red Cross (IFRC) 
EP-2017-000175-YEM Epidemic Yemen Diphtheria is making an alarming comeback in the war torn country, with 189 clinically diagnosed cases and 20 deaths - mostly children and young adults - in the last three months. 
FL-2017-000174-ALB Flood Albania Heavy rainfall has been affecting whole Albania since 30 November. As a result, many rivers have overflown and the nearby settlements submerged by water. At least 3340 houses have been flooded with 4700 families affected. Additionally, the drinking water has been contaminated in many areas. 
OT-2017-000173-HND Other Honduras Following the unresolved general elections of 26 November, there have been numerous violent clashes between the supporters of the government and the opposition groups. Such protests have taken place in Tegucigalpa and other cities of Honduras. In the recent days, the tensions and levels of violence have been worsening. 
FL-2017-000172-MDV Flood Maldives National Disaster Management Centre (NDMC) said on Saturday that homes in 57 islands across the Maldives were damaged by the severe weather caused by the cyclone that originated off the coast of neighbouring Sri Lanka during the weekend. 
TC-2017-000172-IND Tropical Cyclone India The cyclonic storm ?OCKHI' over Southeast Arabian Sea continued to move west-northwestwards with a speed of 17 kmph during past 06 hours, intensified into a severe cyclonic storm and lay centred at 0530 hrs IST of today, the 01st December, 2017 over southeast Arabian Sea near Latitude 8.8? N and Longitude 74.0? E, about 110 km north-northeast of Minicoy and 290 km southeast of Amini Divi. The system is very likely to intensify further during next 24 hours. It is very likely to continue to move west-northwestwards across Lakshadweep Islands during next 24 hours and then move north/northeastwards during the subsequent 48 hours. 
TC-2017-000172-LKA Tropical Cyclone Sri Lanka Tropical Cyclone Ockhi hit the southern, western and south-central areas in Sri Lanka. At the moment, there are reports of seven deaths, five missing, and more than 20,000 affected. 
OT-2017-000171-EGY Other Egypt On 24th of November 2017, a bomb and gun attack against a mosque in al-Rawda Village (Bir Al Abed locality) in North Sinai took place. The attack targeted people during Friday (Gomaa) prayer when hundreds were inside the mosque. The attack resulted in more than 300 deaths, 138 injured including 27 children. due to the random shooting around the mosque. Additionally, over 50 houses encountered significant damage as a result of shooting. 
OT-2017-000170-EGY Other Egypt On 24th of November 2017, a bomb and gun attack against a mosque in al-Rawda Village (Bir Al Abed locality) in North Sinai took place. The attack targeted people during Friday (Gomaa) prayer when hundreds were inside the mosque. The attack resulted in more than 300 deaths, 138 injured including 27 children. due to the random shooting around the mosque. Additionally, over 50 houses encountered significant damage as a result of shooting. 
EP-2017-000169-NGA Epidemic Nigeria On 15 September 2017, the Nigeria Federal Ministry of Health notified WHO of a confirmed yellow fever case in Ifelodun Local Government Area (LGA), Kwara State...Based on the available information, the likelihood of further spread among the local population is moderate. As the affected area is over 250 km from the nearest international border (Benin), the risk of regional spread is currently low. This event, nevertheless, further drains an already stretched public health system in Nigeria. Kwara State is recovering from a large cholera outbreak (last cases reported in week 27 of 2017), while the country continues to respond to several concurrent public health emergencies in other states. 
FL-2017-000168-GRC Flood Greece Since Wednesday, 15 November 2017, floods have been reported in the town of Mandra, Megara and Nea Peramo, which are all towns in the West Attica region of Greece. In the city of Mandra, 80% of buildings havesuffered at least some degree of damage. At least 2000 households are affected by the floods.  
EQ-2017-000167-KOR Earthquake Korea Republic The 5.4 magnitude tremor hit the south-eastern port city of Pohang in the afternoon, and dozens of aftershocks have occurred since. It has left at least 57 people injured and more than 1,500 homeless. 
FL-2017-000166-MYS Flood Malaysia Heavy rain has been affecting Malaysia over the past few days, causing floods and landslides. According to media, as of 6 November at 6.00 UTC, at least seven people have been killed in the state of Penang (north-western Malaysia) and 5 500 have been evacuated from the states of Penang and Kedah. 
EQ-2017-000165-IRN Earthquake Iran, Islamic Republic At 21:18 local time (18:18 UTC) northwest Iraq/northern Iran experienced an earthquake in the magnitude of approximately 7.2 - 7.5, according to European-Mediterranean Seismological Centre (EMSC). The epicenter of this earthquake is located 32kms from the city of Halabja. The earthquake was felt across Iraq, including in the cities of Baghdad, Erbil, Sulaymaniyah, Kirkuk and Basra. 
EQ-2017-000165-IRQ Earthquake Iraq On 12 November 2017 at 21:18 local time (18:18 UTC) northeast Iraq experienced an earthquake in the magnitude of 7.3 on the Richter scale, according to United States Geological Survey (USGS). There have been nine reported fatalities and over 550 people injured in Iraq. 
FL-2017-000164-COL Flood Colombia Approximately 5,820 people (1,164 families) from the municipal capital and the rural area of the municipality of Timbiquí (Cauca), were affected due to the overflow of three rivers (Timbiquí, Bubuey and Saija) and two streams (Chete and Coteje), as a consequence of the strong heavy rains that occurred between October 25 and 26. 
OT-2017-000163-TGO Other Togo Since 19 August 2017, fresh protests have been taking place. While further protests were planned, and tensions was rising, the arrest of an influential Imam preacher by the security forces in the city of Sokodé on 16 October provoked anger from the local population, especially young people. This event marked the beginning of a resurgence of violence that quickly began to be heard in all the important districts of Sokodé and the surrounding villages. Apart from the damaged public and private buildings, security forces actions caused severe trauma among the population. It is estimated that 2 million people have been affected by the civil unrest. More than 1500 persons fled into the bush and the nearest villages. Seven people are reported to have died as a result of the violence. Several villages saw their population double, triple or quadruple within 24 hours.  
EP-2017-000162-BFA Epidemic Burkina Faso The incidence of dengue fever in Burkina Faso continues to increase exponentially, particularly in the Central Region of the country, around the capital city, Ougadougou. During week 43 (week ending 29 October 2017), a total of 2,566 new suspected cases and two deaths (case fatality rate 0.1%) were reported in the country, compared with 2,232 cases with two deaths reported in week 42. Fifty-five percent (1,417) of the new suspected cases and the two deaths were from the Central Region, with an attack rate of 52 cases per 100,000 population. 
FL-2017-000161-GTM Flood Guatemala Continuous rains have fallen in the department of Alta Verapaz for the entire month of October 2017, affecting 62 rural and urban communities in 8 municipalities due to increased water levels and the overflow of the Cahabón, Chixoy, Icbolay and Polochic Rivers. On 5 October, the National Disaster Reduction Centre (CONRED for its acronym in Spanish) activated the departmental operations centre and declared a red alert throughout the department of Alta Verapaz. The heavy rains that continue to pound the area are compounded by the presence of an easterly wave, the arrival of Tropical Storm Selma, increased humidity saturation levels and swollen rivers that threaten to impact further already flooded areas.  
FL-2017-000160-HND Flood Honduras The weather system brought heavy rainfall, which caused rivers and gorges to flood. As of 29 October 2017, a red alert was in effect for the departments Gracias a Dios, Yoro, Islas de la Bahía, Cortés, Atlántida and Colón, while a yellow alert was in place for departments Olancho, Santa Bárbara and Francisco Morazán and a green alert for the departments of Copán, Comayagua, La Paz, Valle, Choluteca, Lempira, Ocotepeque, Intibucá and El Paraíso 
TC-2017-000159-VNM Tropical Cyclone Viet Nam As of 5 November, Typhoon Damrey caused 29 deaths, destroyed 600 houses and damaged nearly 40,000 houses after hitting 10 provinces and the city of Danang on 4 November. National authorities have instructed all central and provincial agencies to scale up search and rescue and relief operations and to quickly restore damaged infrastructures. NGO partners with operations in the affected areas, including Save the Children and World Vision, have mobilized local staff and resources to support provincial authorities. No international assistance has been requested. 
EP-2017-000158-PNG Epidemic Papua New Guinea On 23 August 2017, the first case of measles was reported in the Vanimo Green District (VGD) of West Sepik Province in North-West Papua New Guinea (PNG), near the border with Indonesia. As of 31 October, 57 cases have been reported, with eight having been confirmed by laboratory tests, and two deaths. A measles outbreak has been ongoing in areas of neighbouring Indonesia directly beside the Vanimo Green District. The high mobility of people along this border may have resulted in measles being brought over to PNG, including new cases. The vaccination coverage rates on the Indonesia border side are low. The government is putting in place vaccination at the official border crossing; however, there are also other border sites where the spread of measles can occur.  
EP-2017-000157-UGA Epidemic Uganda The Ugandan Ministry of Health officially declared an outbreak of Marburg Viral Disease (MVD) in Kween and Kampchorwa districts in the North Eastern part of the country on 19 October 2017 after laboratory diagnosis and confirmation of a positive case of MVD by PCR at the Uganda Virus Research Institute. As of 28 October 2017, a total of 6 cases; composed of 2 confirmed, 1 probable & 3 suspected cases; which had epidemiological links to the confirmed case. A cumulative total of 3 deaths from suspect, probable and confirmed cases have so far been recorded.  
FL-2017-000155-VNM Flood Viet Nam Many South Central provinces flooded deeply in the flood The rise of rivers has drowned many roads, isolating some residential areas in Phu Yen, Khanh Hoa, Binh Dinh, Quang Ngai. The provinces of the South are busy coping with tropical low pressure On November 1, the tropical low pressure caused the long-lasting rain causing the Ky Lo River in Dong Xuan District ( Phu Yen ) to rise as the La Hai Bridge flooded more than 1.5 meters; As for the Cay Sung River bridge in Xuan Son Bac commune, the flood waters are over 2 m. Two villages of Xuan My and Lac Chi communes of Hoa My Dong commune, Tay Hoa district were flooded. Many parts of the district are isolated. The rails in Xuan Quang Bac commune were lashed up over 20 m, causing the North-South trains to pause. SE8 train route Ho Chi Minh City - Hanoi forced to stop at Tuy Hoa station waiting to overcome the problem.  
EP-2017-000154-SSD Epidemic South Sudan A deadly tropical disease, kala-azar has killed at least 52 people and sickened 2,447 in South Sudan as of October 2017, according to health partners who warn that many more were likely to be infected.  
TC-2017-000153-JPN Tropical Cyclone Japan A typhoon roared towards Japan's main island on election day on Sunday, killing at least two people, prompting a warning for tens of thousands to evacuate and the cancellation of hundreds of flights. 
FF-2017-000152-VNM Flash Flood Viet Nam Heavy downpours and flooding caused by a tropical depression over the past few days have wreaked havoc in central and northern localities, claiming the lives of at least 20 people. Five were injured and at least 12 others are missing, according to the National Committee for Search and Rescue. 
FL-2017-000151-CRI Flood Costa Rica From 21 September to 6 October 2017, a Zone of Intertropical Convergence (ZCI), characterized by the entry of humidity from the Pacific Ocean and the Caribbean Sea, Tropical Wave No. 42 and the formation of formation of Tropical Wave No.16, which developed into Tropical Storm Nate on 5 October 2017, affected Costa Rica, causing intense rainfall and flooding. The following areas were affected by the flooding: Guanacaste, the Central Region and the South Pacific Region. 
FF-2017-000150-AFG Flash Flood Afghanistan Heavy rain has been affecting Afghanistan over the past few days, causing flash floods. According to local media, as of 18 July at 7.00 UTC, at least 16 people have been killed, 19 people have been injured and up to 250 houses have been destroyed in the districts of Nusay, Shekay and Kuf Ab districts (province of Badakhshan). 
FL-2017-000149-TGO Flood Togo Since July, 2017, Togo has been affected by heavy torrential rains. The reservoir of the Nangbéto Dam has exceeded its capacity since 6th of August, resulting in flooding in several villages located at the downstream of the river. As of 6th of October, around 30 villages are at a risk of flooding. Over 12,000 people are likely to be affected.  
TC-2017-000148-NIC Tropical Cyclone Nicaragua On 4 October 2017, the National System for Disaster Prevention, Mitigation and Response (SINAPRED) warned of the formation of the Tropical Depression 16 in the Nicaraguan Caribbean coast. The impact is anticipated ion Thursday, 5 October 2017. 
OT-2017-000147-BGD Other Bangladesh Violence in Rakhine State (Myanmar) which began on 25 August 2017 has driven an estimated 436,000 Rohingyas across the border into Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh. The speed and scale of the influx has resulted in a critical humanitarian emergency. The people who have arrived in Bangladesh since 25 August came with very few possessions. They have used the majority of their savings on transportation and shelter construction, often with no more than bamboo and thin plastic. Newly arrived Rohingya are now reliant on humanitarian assistance for food, and other life-saving needs. Basic services that were available prior to the influx are now under severe strain due to the massive increase in people in the area. In some of the sites that have spontaneously emerged, there is no access to water and sanitation facilities, raising the risks of an outbreak of disease. The Rohingya population in Cox's Bazar is highly vulnerable, having fled conflict and experienced severe trauma, and are now living in extremely difficult conditions. 
FL-2017-000146-LBR Flood Liberia Three (3) days of incessant torrential rains from the 14-16 September has left 42 communities inundated with water in Lower Margibi and Montserrado Counties of Liberia. Liberia is amongst the world most wettest Country and has a record number of floods in the last ten years. Once again, the Du River joining the Atlantic Ocean in Lower Margibi overflowed its banks thereby leaving vulnerable people in their communities at risk. The main road to International Airport was rendered impassable due to the flood waters, heavily constraining vehicle traffic and those travelling by air as road traffic have to find alternative routes.  
OT-2017-000145-KEN Other Kenya Election Preparedness. Kenya has national election on August 8th. The presidential election was nullified by the Kenya High Court. New presidential elections are planned for October 26th, 2017. Pre and post violence is expected. 
EP-2017-000144-MDG Epidemic Madagascar On 13 September 2017, the WHO was notified of an outbreak of pulmonary plague in Madagascar. The outbreak was detected on 11 September 2017. As of 14 September 2017, a total of 28 cases, including five deaths (case fatality rate 17.8%) have been reported since the initial case was detected on 27 August 2017. Two cases have been confirmed by rapid diagnostic test (RDT) at the Institut Pasteur de Madagascar (IPM). Thus far the outbreak is localized in Tamatave and Faratsiho in Vakinankaratra Region (100km southwest of Antananarivo).  
ST-2017-000143-RWA SEVERE LOCAL STORM Rwanda On 17thSeptember 2017, at around 15:30 local time, the districts of Rusizi, Nyamasheke, Huye and Bugesera, Gicumbi, Ngoma, Kirehe, Rubavu and Nyabihu experienced heavy rainfall associated with heavy storms, which resulted in destruction of houses and community farm lands. The affected areas are mostly in five districts; two located in western province (Rusizi and Nyamasheke), two located in Eastern province (Ngoma and Bugesera), and one in the Southern Province (Huye).  
TS-2017-000142-TUR Tsunami Turkey An earthquake of magnitude 6.7 M and 10 km depth occurred in the Aegean Sea near the south-west of Turkey and north-east of Kos island (Greece) on 20 July at 22.31 UTC. The epicenter was located in the sea between Turkey and Kos island. The earthquake caused a Tsunami which affected the coast of Bodrum peninsula and the northeast coast of Kos island. A post-event Tsunami Survey was conducted by an international team, composed of representatives from Turkey (KOERI, METU, Local Authorities of Bodrum) and Greece (NOA and Local Authorities of Kos) and the Joint Research Centre from the European Commission. From the collected information, the Gumbet Bay area, close to Bodrum, is the most hit and damaged by the tsunami with more than 1.9 m of flow depth at a certain location and the inundation reached up to 60 m. The island of Kos was hit by Tsunami and Earthquake: most of the damage occurred in the port where a wave height of about 1.5 m has been detected. Several boats have been relocated or damaged. A complete report has been produced and is available at this address:  
VO-2017-000141-IDN Volcano Indonesia The activity of Mount Agung in Bali has increased from Level 3 (High Alert: Orange/Ready to erupt) to Level 4 (Red/Danger). The increased seismic activity in the region is increasing the danger of eruption. As of 24th of September, over 35,000 people have been evacuated from the high risk areas. The number is expected to increase in the upcoming days.  
VO-2017-000140-VUT Volcano Vanuatu The activity of Monaro Volcano on Ambae Island has increase at Alert Level 4 (risk of moderate eruption). So far, over 3,000 people have been evacuated from the high-risk areas, and the evacuations are expected to continue during the upcoming days.  
FL-2017-000139-ETH Flood Ethiopia In Ethiopia, rainfall attributed to the kiremt rains, which began on 8 September 2017 has led to extensive flooding. The Ambeira zone in Afar region, and special zones surrounding Addis Ababa (the capital), Jima, South-east Shewa, and South-west Shewa in the Oromia region have been worst affected by the rains and flooding.  
EQ-2017-000138-MEX Earthquake Mexico On 9/19/2017 6:14:39 PM, an earthquake occurred in Mexico potentially affecting 7990000 people within 100km. The earthquake had Magnitude 7.1M, Depth:51.01km. 
FL-2017-000137-SSD Flood South Sudan According to the State Ministry of Health, it is estimated that over 119 000 people have been affected due to flooding triggered by the heavy rainfall in 11 payams of Aweil North and Aweil West of former Northern Bahr el Ghazal State. 
TC-2017-000136-ATG Tropical Cyclone Antigua & Barbuda Tropical Storm Maria has developed into a category-3 hurricane. 
TC-2017-000136-DMA Tropical Cyclone Dominica As of 20 September, Hurricane Maria left at least two people killed in Guadeloupe island, while hundreds of people have been evacuated and hundreds of houses destroyed in Guadeloupe, Dominica and Martinique islands. 
TC-2017-000136-GLP Tropical Cyclone Guadeloupe As of 20 September, Hurricane Maria left at least two people killed in Guadeloupe island, while hundreds of people have been evacuated and hundreds of houses destroyed in Guadeloupe, Dominica and Martinique islands. 
TC-2017-000136-MTQ Tropical Cyclone Martinique As of 20 September, Hurricane Maria left at least two people killed in Guadeloupe island, while hundreds of people have been evacuated and hundreds of houses destroyed in Guadeloupe, Dominica and Martinique islands. 
OT-2017-000135-ZMB Other Zambia On 30th August 2017, Zambia recorded over 600 asylum seekers, making this the largest single entry in three years. Zambia continues to witness new arrivals of an average of 50 people per day. Based on the Zambia: Population Movement UNHCR/Partner contingency plan, it is envisaged that more than 40,000 DRC nationals will arrive in Zambia in the worst-case scenario, by March 2018.  
FL-2017-000134-CAF Flood Central African Republic The city of Kouango has experienced significant flooding since the 23rd of August 2017. These floods have caused significant material and human damages with 1750 people affected and 276 houses completely destroyed. 
EP-2017-000133-PAK Epidemic Pakistan Following the heavy monsoon raining of August 2017, The number of dengue cases has surged significantly in the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province. So far, 2492 individuals have been diagnosed with dengue fever. The number of deaths related to dengue fever is currently at 25. With the last phase of the monsoon season still continuing, the number of diagnoses is expected to increase both in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and the neighboring provinces. 
TC-2017-000132-AIA Tropical Cyclone Anguilla Category 5 Hurricane Irma hit half a dozen Caribbean nations and foreign territories, including Anguilla, which reported critical damage, including roads blocked, damage to the hospital and the police station. 
TC-2017-000132-ATG Tropical Cyclone Antigua & Barbuda With maximum sustained winds near 185 mph, Irma a powerful Category 5 Hurricane impacted the CDEMA Participating States of Anguilla, Antigua and Barbuda, British Virgin Islands, Dominica, St. Kitts and Nevis and Montserrat over Tuesday night into Wednesday evening, September 06, 2017. 
TC-2017-000132-BHS Tropical Cyclone Bahamas Category 5 Hurricane Irma hit Caribbean nations and foreign territories, including the Bahamas. 
TC-2017-000132-CUB Tropical Cyclone Cuba Hurricane Irma made landfall on Cuba as a destructive Category 5 storm on 10th of September 2017 causing heavy damage to the buildings and infrastructure. The Northern and Central parts of the country are especially affected by the winds and the surge water. At least 10 people are reported killed.  
TC-2017-000132-DMA Tropical Cyclone Dominica With maximum sustained winds near 185 mph, Irma a powerful Category 5 Hurricane impacted the CDEMA Participating States of Anguilla, Antigua and Barbuda, British Virgin Islands, Dominica, St. Kitts and Nevis and Montserrat over Tuesday night into Wednesday evening, September 06, 2017. 
TC-2017-000132-KNA Tropical Cyclone St Kitts & Nevis With maximum sustained winds near 185 mph, Irma a powerful Category 5 Hurricane impacted the CDEMA Participating States of Anguilla, Antigua and Barbuda, British Virgin Islands, Dominica, St. Kitts and Nevis and Montserrat over Tuesday night into Wednesday evening, September 06, 2017. 
TC-2017-000132-MSR Tropical Cyclone Montserrat With maximum sustained winds near 185 mph, Irma a powerful Category 5 Hurricane impacted the CDEMA Participating States of Anguilla, Antigua and Barbuda, British Virgin Islands, Dominica, St. Kitts and Nevis and Montserrat over Tuesday night into Wednesday evening, September 06, 2017. 
TC-2017-000131-VNM Tropical Cyclone Viet Nam Typhoon Doksuri, the biggest storm to hit Vietnam in many years, is forecast to make landfall in the central region on late September 15 and early September 16. This is the first time Vietnam has rated the Danger Level 4 for a storm. Therefore, Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development Nguyen Xuan Cuong, who is also head of the National Steering Committee for Disaster Prevention and Control, asked the NCHMF to keep a close watch on the developments of the typhoon to provide accurate forecasts. 
FL-2017-000130-GTM Flood Guatemala Over 200,000 people in Guatemala have been affected by the rainy season that started in mid-April, and 676 people are in shelters. Floods resulted in severe damage to houses and facilities country-wide. 
EP-2017-000129-TCD Epidemic Chad On 15 August 2017, the Ministry of Health of Chad notified WHO of a suspected cholera outbreak in Koukou District, Sila Region in the south-east of the country (bordering Sudan). The outbreak first emerged on 14-15 August 2017 when the local health facility (Tioro Health Centre) reported a cluster of 50 cases of acute watery diarrhoea including 13 deaths (case fatality rate 26%) from Marena, a remote village in Koukou District. Subsequently, suspected cases have been reported by the Dogdoré Health Centre (receiving cases from Dabanalaye and Hilé Hussein villages) since 19 August 2017, and most recently from the GozAmir and Koukou Urbain (Quartier Habilé) health centres since 4 September 2017. As of 5 September 2017, 206 cholera cases including 25 deaths (case fatality rate 12.1%) have been reported across Koukou district. Marena (133 cases) and Dogdoré (64 cases) are currently the worst affected regions. The situation in Goz-Amir (2 cases) and Koukou Urbain (1 case) are also being monitored closely. 
EQ-2017-000128-MEX Earthquake Mexico An earthquake of magnitude 8 M at a depth of 35 km occurred near the southwestern coasts of Chiapas State on 8 September at 4.49 UTC. The epicentre was located approx. 96 km southwest of Pijijiapan city (population 15 400 people). USGS PAGER estimated a shaking up to "Severe" for 161 000 people and up to "Very Strong" for 920 000 people.  
OT-2017-000127-LBR Other Liberia Liberia will have parliamentary and presidential elections on 10th of October 2017. Since 2005, every election has been accompanied by at least some levels of violence. Considering the existing tense political environment, violent street protesting can be anticipated to take place also in this election. Up to 100,000 people are at risk of being affected by street violence.  
FL-2017-000126-NGA Flood Nigeria Flooding in various localities in the north-east region has cut off roads and made helicopter landings impossible. Aid convoys by road to Rann, a remote location in Borno sate which hosts some 43,000 displaced people, has become extremely difficult. Some 800 metric tons of food, nutrition, health, WASH and shelter supplies are awaiting delivery. The logistics sector and WFP are exploring the possibilities of bringing in relief from Cameroon. 
TC-2017-000125-ATG Tropical Cyclone Antigua & Barbuda With maximum sustained winds near 185 mph, Irma a powerful Category 5 Hurricane impacted the CDEMA Participating States of Anguilla, Antigua and Barbuda, British Virgin Islands, Dominica, St. Kitts and Nevis and Montserrat over Tuesday night into Wednesday evening, September 06, 2017. 
TC-2017-000125-BHS Tropical Cyclone Bahamas With maximum sustained winds near 185 mph, Irma a powerful Category 5 Hurricane impacted the CDEMA Participating States of Anguilla, Antigua and Barbuda, British Virgin Islands, Dominica, St. Kitts and Nevis and Montserrat over Tuesday night into Wednesday evening, September 06, 2017. 
TC-2017-000125-CUB Tropical Cyclone Cuba After its passage through Cuba on 9 September, Hurricane Irma severely impacted northern and central Cuba, causing coastal and river flooding. 
TC-2017-000125-DMA Tropical Cyclone Dominica With maximum sustained winds near 185 mph, Irma a powerful Category 5 Hurricane impacted the CDEMA Participating States of Anguilla, Antigua and Barbuda, British Virgin Islands, Dominica, St. Kitts and Nevis and Montserrat over Tuesday night into Wednesday evening, September 06, 2017. 
TC-2017-000125-DOM Tropical Cyclone Dominican Republic According to the United States' National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)'s National Hurricane Centre (NHC), Hurricane Irma's centre was located near latitude 18.8 north, longitude 39.1 west at 5 PM Atlantic Standard Time (AST) (2100 Coordinated Universal Time [UTC]). Irma is moving toward the west at around 13 mph (20 km/h). A turn toward the west-south-west is expected by tomorrow, 2 September 2017. Irma is a category 3 hurricane on the Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Wind Scale, as maximum sustained winds are near 120 mph (195 km/h), with higher gusts; while fluctuations in strength (up or down) are possible over the next few days, Irma is expected to remain a powerful hurricane through the weekend. Hurricane-force winds extend outward up to 25 miles (35 km) from the centre and tropical-storm-force winds extend outward up to 105 miles (165 km). The estimated minimum central pressure is 964 mb (28.47 inches). 
TC-2017-000125-HTI Tropical Cyclone Haiti According to initial reports, Hurricane Irma caused extensive damage to agricultural fields, livestock and banana plantations in the affected areas. 
TC-2017-000125-KNA Tropical Cyclone St Kitts & Nevis With maximum sustained winds near 185 mph, Irma a powerful Category 5 Hurricane impacted the CDEMA Participating States of Anguilla, Antigua and Barbuda, British Virgin Islands, Dominica, St. Kitts and Nevis and Montserrat over Tuesday night into Wednesday evening, September 06, 2017. 
TC-2017-000125-MSR Tropical Cyclone Montserrat With maximum sustained winds near 185 mph, Irma a powerful Category 5 Hurricane impacted the CDEMA Participating States of Anguilla, Antigua and Barbuda, British Virgin Islands, Dominica, St. Kitts and Nevis and Montserrat over Tuesday night into Wednesday evening, September 06, 2017. 
EP-2017-000124-SDN Epidemic Sudan According to the Federal Ministry of Health (FMoH) and the World Health Organization (WHO) as of 18 August 2017, 30,762 cases of Acute Watery Diarrhoea (AWD)?including 657 related deaths?have been reported in the 18 states in the country since August 2016. Based on the attack rate projections another 36,000 to 40,000 cases are expected over the next six to nine months, according to the FMoH and WHO. The AWD is affecting all demographics, with females constituting 54 per cent of the cases and children under five years of age accounting for 8.1 per cent 
TC-2017-000123-USA Tropical Cyclone United States Tropical storm Harvey battered the region for six straight days and began to move into southwest Louisiana. Hundreds of thousands of people are under evacuation orders, shelters are filled to bursting and the death toll surpasses 30 people. 
FF-2017-000122-CMR Flash Flood Cameroon Since 04 August 2017, the Menoua Division, in the West Region of Cameroon, has been experiencing heavy rainfalls, causing a significant rise of water levels and mudslides. Resulting from this situation, severe flooding has ensued in the area, causing extensive material damage and loss of life.  
OT-2017-000121-BFA Other Burkina Faso During the current lean season, approximately 25,700 people are facing a food crisis (phase 3). The situation is further aggravated by the population movement and the deteriorating security conditions. The vulnerable groups such as children under five and lactating women are particularly at risk. 
FL-2017-000120-VNM Flood Viet Nam The storm number 6 name Hato had landing on Hong Kong, China. On land, the storm also affected to the province in the Northern of Vietnam. There are a lot of heavy rain, land slide and local flood in mountain area. - Casualty: 02 people dead, 01 people missing, - Housing: 05 houses collapsed completely; 387 unroofed; - Agriculture: Total area of rice and crops are flooded: 1.751 ha, including 1.502 hectares of rice and 249 hectares of crops. - Damage to livestock: 1.713 of cattle and poultry died, swept away. - Damage to transport, irrigation: 15.000 m3 national highway 3C was landslide; 820m local roads are landslide and damaged. 
TC-2017-000120-CHN Tropical Cyclone China, People's Republic Hato formed as a tropical depression near the Philippines before eventually becoming a tropical storm on August 20. It increased in intensity and became a Category 3 typhoon before making landfall in China on August 23. According to Xinhua News Agency, Typhoon Hato is the strongest typhoon of the year, having destroyed over 6,425 houses and damaged 50,000 hectares of farmland  
LS-2017-000118-COD Land Slide Congo Democratic Republic At least 150 people are believed to have died and an estimated 70 houses were destroyed following a landslide that ravaged the fishing village of Tora*, Ituri Province, during the night of 15-16 August 
OT-2017-000117-NER Other Niger The Sahel is currently facing a food insecurity crisis. In Niger, over 1,2 million people are in a danger of falling into food insecurity phases 3 (crisis) and 4 (emergency). The population in the nine administrative districts (listed above) is especially at risk. 
CE-2017-000116-COD Complex Emergency Congo Democratic Republic Since 2016, more than 1.4 million people have been forced to flee their homes in the conflict-affected Grand Kasai region. Since mid-April 2017, an additional 8,000 IDPs are recorded on a daily basis. Additionally, around 42% of all households in the region are food insecure. Delivery of humanitarian aid is difficult due to security constraints. 
FL-2017-000115-PAK Flood Pakistan At least 21 people have died over the past 48 hours in the first spell of Monsoon rains to hit the country this year. The Pakistan Meteorological Department said rain/dust-thundershowers with gusty winds occurred at a number of places in Karachi, Hyderabad, Mirpurkhas divisions, while at isolated places in Gujranwala, Lahore, Rawalpindi, Malakand, Hazara, Bannu, Kohat, Zhob, Quetta divisions and Gilgit-Baltistan.  
OT-2017-000114-TCD Other Chad The food security situation in Chad remains alarming with over 800,000 people (7% of the population) experiencing a food crisis (phase 3) and 36,000 people in an emergency (phase 4). The vulnerable populations are especially at risk. 
OT-2017-000112-MRT Other Mauritania The food security situation is deteriorating after the significant rainfall deficit and the consequent drop in crop production. Up to 280,000 people are currently affected by severe food insecurity with 29,400 in the phase 4, "emergency." 
OT-2017-000111-SEN Other Senegal The food security situation is expected to deteriorate during the period of July-August-September. Up to 830,000 people (7% of the population) would be in crisis. 
FL-2017-000110-MLI Flood Mali More than 7,000 people have been affected by the floods since the beginning of the rainy season this year in Mali, mostly in the north. Many victims have seen their houses destroyed or damaged. In addition, the provisional flood report is particularly burdensome for pastoralist communities with more than 26,000 livestock lost to date. The most affected region is Timbuktu, which alone accounts for more than two thirds of the victims and almost all the losses of livestock recorded.  
MS-2017-000109-SLE Mud Slide Sierra Leone More than 200 people were killed when a mudslide struck the outskirts of Sierra Leone's capital Freetown on 14 August, sweeping away homes. 
FL-2017-000108-BGD Flood Bangladesh Flood spreading to central districts, deaths reported in north 
FL-2017-000107-NPL Flood Nepal At least 49 persons were killed and 17 went missing in floods and landslides triggered by the monsoon rainfall in various parts of the country in the last three days. 
WF-2017-000106-TUN Wild fire Tunisia On the 31st of July, a fire outbreak in Jendouba Governorate resulted in the destruction of houses displacing around 500 persons, with the families currently being in a very vulnerable situation without any shelter.  
TC-2017-000105-MEX Tropical Cyclone Mexico Tropical Storm Franklin hit at 22:45 local time on Monday 7th (03:45 GMT Tuesday) near the town of Pulticub, in the south-eastern Mexican state of Quintana Roo, on the Yucatan Peninsula, according to the National Weather Service of Mexico (SMN for its Spanish acronym).  
EQ-2017-000104-CHN Earthquake China, People's Republic Thirty-two people were injured and more than 1,000 houses damaged in a 6.6-magnitude earthquake in Jinghe County in Bortala Mongolian Autonomous Prefecture in northwest China's Xinjiang Wednesday morning. The China Earthquake Networks Center said the earthquake occurred at 7:27 a.m. (Beijing Time) at a depth of 11 km. Another 121 aftershocks were recorded as of 1 p.m. with the greatest exceeding magnitude 6. 
TC-2017-000103-JPN Tropical Cyclone Japan Typhoon Noru is bringing violent winds and heavy rain to Japan's southwestern prefecture of Kagoshima. Two people died and 9 have been injured. 
EQ-2017-000102-CHN Earthquake China, People's Republic An earthquake has killed at least five people and injured more than 60 in China's south-western province of Sichuan 
FF-2017-000101-VNM Flash Flood Viet Nam Flash floods and landslides triggered by heavy rains have killed at least 12 people in northern Vietnam according to reports by Vietnam's Central Steering Committee for Natural Disaster Prevention and Control (CCNDPC). Rain has been falling over the last few days in Vietnam's northern mountainous provinces. The rain was particularly heavy from 02 to 03 August, where several locations recorded more than 100 mm in 24 hours. 
TC-2017-000098-CHN Tropical Cyclone China, People's Republic Typhoon Nesat, the ninth typhoon of the year, made landfall in southeast China's Fujian Province Sunday morning. Nesat, packing maximum winds of up to 33 meters per second at its center, landed at coastal Fuqing City around 6 a.m. after travelling across Pingtan Island, according to local meteorological authorities.  
TC-2017-000098-TWN Tropical Cyclone Taiwan (China) A strong typhoon swept across Taiwan on Sunday, injuring more than 80 people, forcing the capital to shut down essential services and knocking out power to hundreds of thousands of homes. Forty people were trapped in the southern parts of the island, mainly due to floodwaters, the government said. Typhoon Nesat, a medium strength typhoon with wind speeds of around 119 km per hour (70 mph), made landfall on Saturday and is expected to lash the island over two days, affecting the south most heavily, according to the Central Weather Bureau. 
FL-2017-000097-CHN Flood China, People's Republic Ten people have died after a flood hit northwest China's Shaanxi Province, local authorities said Saturday. Heavy rain hit Yulin City in northern Shaanxi from Tuesday night and caused floods in a number of areas. More than 71,300 people were forced to evacuate, the provincial flood control headquarters said. Power supplies and telecommunications were disrupted. 
FL-2017-000096-THA Flood Thailand Flooding in 18 districts of Sakon Nakhon province of the Northeast is still causing anxiety and serious problems, according to the provincial disaster prevention and mitigation office. In nearby Ban Dung district of Udon Thani province, Wat Pa Kham Chanot, a famous tourist spot, has been closed temporarily to tourists. In Kalasin province, the flooding has inundated 439 villages in 70 tambons across 15 districts, affecting more than 10,000 households. Eleven districts have been declared disaster zones. 
FL-2017-000095-GHA Flood Ghana Since April 2017, Ghana has experienced a sharp alteration in its weather that has recently resulted in widespread flooding currently reported in over five regions of which four are heavily affected. The floods have caused devastating impact to people's health, safety and destruction to properties and livelihood. The reported flooding across the country is likely to cause devastation that communities and government is unable to cope and or even recover from it as farmers are losing their investments in production, communities are helplessly being displaced and infrastructure such as roads and buildings are collapsing. According to the Ghana Meteorological Agency the country will experience torrential rains' year at least until September 2017. On 10 July 2017, Greater Accra, Central Region, Western Region and Eastern Region were declared as flood emergencies and/or under threat of floods with potential to cause devastation. There is an urgent need to conduct an in-depth assessment to have a better overview of the situation. 
FR-2017-000093-CAN Fire Canada Forest fires in the province of British Columbia in western Canada have displaced 45,000 people since July 7. More than 155 fires are currently burning throughout the province, leading the Provincial Government to declare a state of emergency. To-date there have been 669 fires, burning 320,833 hectares. There are now an estimated 43,441 individuals under evacuation orders and a further 24,519 on evacuation alert. These figures are released by the Government of British Columbia. The authorities in the province are leading the response with firefighters, emergency response personnel and equipment. 
TC-2017-000092-KHM Tropical Cyclone Cambodia After battered by heavy rain that brought by the Tropical Storm Sonca, flood occurred in Preah Vihear, Oddar Meanchey, Stung Treng and Kampot Provinces. In Preah Vihear, the flood has caused 2 deaths. The rescue team also evacuated 48 families in Choam Ksan District. In total, 250 families were affected and evacuated in Preah Vihear and Oddar Meanchey Provinces.  
TC-2017-000092-LAO Tropical Cyclone Lao People's Democratic Republic The high rainfall intensity, enhanced by the Tropical Storm (TS) "Sonca", has triggered flooding in Province of Saravan, Champassak, Xekong, Xayaboury, Borikhamxay. Savannakhet and Attapeu. 
TC-2017-000092-VNM Tropical Cyclone Viet Nam Tropical Storm Sonca will hit middle of Vietnam at 25 July, and flood will be occurred. 
FL-2017-000091-MMR Flood Myanmar Monsoon rains and increased water levels in major rivers have caused seasonal floods in Magway and Sagaing regions since the beginning of July. In addition, Ayeyarwady, Bago and Mandalay regions, as well as Kayin State, have been affected by floods since the second week of July due to continuous heavy rains. According to the Government of Myanmar's Relief and Resettlement Department (RRD) in Nay Pyi Taw, as of 21 July more than 91,000 people across 29 townships in Magway, Sagaing, Bago and Ayeyarwady regions, as well as in Kayin State, have been temporarily displaced/evacuated since early July and at least two people have died due to floods and landslides...Magway is the most severely affected region with almost 63,000 people, who have been temporarily displaced/evacuated across 12 townships. Pokkoku and Yesagyo are the most affected townships with 34,000 and 13,000 people temporarily displaced, respectively. In both townships, RRD has built evacuation sites with support from civil society organizations. 
FL-2017-000090-MWI Flood Malawi The Southern and Central Regions of Malawi are experiencing normal to above normal rainfall while the Northern Region is receiving above normal rainfall. One of the districts in the North (Karonga) has been experiencing fairly normal to above normal rainfall amounts since mid-March 2017. Since then, rains have been increasing, which has resulted in extensive flooding and an increased number of displaced populations. 
EP-2017-000089-PER Epidemic Peru In late March 2017, The Ministry of Health personnel announced it would fumigate and thus prevent the spread of mosquito Aedes Aegypti that causes dengue. Throughout the emergency more than two thousand brigades have made 15 thousand medical consultations and of the 3,723 establishments in the zone 87% are operating and equipped. The Ministry of Health declared health emergencies in the departments of Tumbes, Piura and Lambayeque. Digesa / Minsa will fumigate 38,810 houses affected by the flooding and control the dengue outbreak in the Piura Region, with a population to protect of approximately 194,050 inhabitants.  
FL-2017-000088-SDN Flood Sudan On 20 June, torrential rains and flash flooding affected an estimated 9,000 people (1,780 families) in Kalma camp for [IDPs] in South Darfur State. Hundreds of IDP shelters were damaged or completely destroyed, assets lost, and latrines collapsed. No injuries or deaths were reported, according to a rapid inter-agency assessment team that visited the camp on 22 June...In response to the flooding, the governmental Zakat Chamber donated 1,000 plastic sheets, 200 sacks of sorghum and 150,000 SDG in cash assistance (about US$23,000), which were distributed to the IDPs in need...Food distributions to all affected IDPs are ongoing. The international NGOs OXFAM, CARE International Switzerland (CIS) and American Refugee Committee (ARC) are distributing building materials for latrines to both the affected IDPs and those who were relocated to higher ground within the camp. 
DR-2017-000087-PRK Drought Korea, Democratic People's Republic DPR Korea's crop production for 2017, including staple rice, maize, potatoes and soybean, has been severely damaged by prolonged dry weather conditions, threatening food security for a large part of its population...Although rains in the first half of July provided some relief, they were generally too late to allow normal planting and development of the 2017 main season crops, to be harvested in October-November... 
EP-2017-000086-LKA Epidemic Sri Lanka A total of 97,125 suspected dengue cases have been reported to the Epidemiology Unit, Sri Lanka from all over the island for the last 7 months in the year of 2017 with over 269 deaths. The trend diagram below clearly shows the outbreak proportions dengue is taking in the year 2017 in comparison to each year from 2010 to 2017. The current outbreak is predominantly due to Dengue Fever Virus Type 2 (DEN-2), to which the population has become susceptible due to immunological mechanisms. 
EP-2017-000085-NGA Epidemic Nigeria On 18 June 2017, the Nigerian Ministry of Health notified [WHO] of an outbreak of hepatitis E located in the north-east region of the country. The first case was detected on 3 May 2017 in Damasak, a locality at the border with the Republic of the Niger...As of 2 July 2017, 146 confirmed and suspected cases were reported including 21 confirmed cases...This area is characterized by a hepatitis E outbreak in neighbouring Chad and in Republic of the Niger. The ongoing humanitarian crisis and insecurity, high numbers of Internally Displaced Persons (IDP) and refugees, and poor access to safe water leads to the spread of disease. There are also an increasing number of displaced persons moving back to the region post occupation. In addition, the potential cross-border contamination and subsequent increased risk of spread from Republic of the Niger and other neighbouring countries should be considered. There are a number of refugee and IDP camps that are overcrowded and have poor sanitation conditions thereby increasing the risk of hepatitis E. Therefore the observed risk at the national level is high. 
FL-2017-000084-IND Flood India Severe monsoon rains have occurred since the beginning of the monsoon season. From the beginning of July, heavy rains and floods were reported across the north-east part of India, especially in Assam, Manipur and Arunachal Pradesh states. The flood situation has taken a critical turn in Assam State. On 12 July, officials of the Assam State Disaster Management Authority (ASDMA) said that a total of over 1.7 Million people in 24 districts have been affected to a certain degree and the number of deaths have been report as 44 in this state alone. The Brahmaputra River and its tributaries have submerged more than 2,500 villages, destroyed 100,000 hectares of cropland, damaged infrastructure by breaching embankments and overrunning roads and bridges -- disrupting surface communication. Nearly 75 per cent of Kaziranga National Park, a world heritage site, has been inundated. A total of 294 relief camps housing over 31,000 people have been opened in the state. More than 2,000 people have been rescued as teams carry out relief and rescue work. 
FL-2017-000083-GIN Flood Guinea On 4 July 2017, heavy rainfall hit the forest region of Guinea in the Prefecture of Nzerekore causing serious property damages. Areas which suffered considerable damages are all located in the urban district area of Nzerekore 
FL-2017-000082-JPN Flood Japan Torrential rains battered southwestern Japan for a second day on Thursday, killing three people, with 100,000 ordered to evacuate their homes. Parts of Fukuoka prefecture, on the island of Kyushu, were hit by 556 mm (22 inches) of rain in the 40 hours to 4 p.m. (0700 GMT) on Thursday, about 1.6 times the amount that usually falls in the whole of July, the weather agency said. 
EQ-2017-000080-PHL Earthquake Philippines - Earthquake Magnitude 6.5M, Depth:6.49km - on 06 Jul 2017 08:03 UTC - 3948864 people within 100km (GDACS) 
FL-2017-000079-TJK Flood Tajikistan  
FL-2017-000078-NER Flood Niger Since 13 June, floods in Niger have killed at least 14 people and affected more than 8,000, including in capital city Niamey and Tillabery region. 
EP-2017-000077-NGA Epidemic Nigeria On 7 June 2017, the Nigeria Federal Ministry of Health notified WHO of an outbreak of cholera in Kwara State in the western part of the country. The initial cases of acute watery diarrhoea (AWD) started insidiously during the last week of April 2017. Seven stool samples obtained from the initial cases and analysed at the University of Ilorin Teaching Hospital (UITH) laboratory isolated Vibrio cholerae O1 as the causative agent. The number of cases and deaths subsequently increased from the first week of May 2017. As of 14 June 2017, a total of 1,178 suspected cases and nine deaths (case fatality rate 0.8%) have been reported. Four local government areas have been affected, including Ilorin West (508 cases), Ilorin East (303 cases), Ilorin South (96 cases), and Moro (37 cases) 
LS-2017-000076-CHN Land Slide China, People's Republic Fifteen people have been confirmed dead in a landslide in southwest China's Sichuan Province early Saturday that buried more than 120 people from 62 homes. 
FL-2017-000075-CHN Flood China, People's Republic Days of torrential rain triggered floods and landslides in many parts of south China, forcing the evacuation of more than 450,000 people. Rain-triggered disasters have also left at least 22 people dead and six missing in provinces of Jiangxi, Guizhou, Hunan, Yunnan and Anhui. 
OT-2017-000074-HUN Other Hungary On 21 June 2017, hailstorm and heavy rains hit several parts of Hungary. The village of Megyaszó in Borsod-Abaúj-Zemplén County and villages scattered around the county capital Kecskemét in Bács-Kiskun County have been particularly affected, with roofs, windows and vegetable gardens destroyed or greatly damaged. The heavy rain entering the houses also led to the destruction of food and home materials and appliances as well as the soaking of walls inside. In Megyaszó, the hailstorm and heavy rains have damaged 183 houses, with 25 of them having become statically unstable and uninhabitable. A total of 96 people has been evacuated, including 53 children and accommodated with relatives. There was also temporary power outage in 3,500 households in the wider region. In Bács-Kiskun County, some 50 houses, including a kindergarten as well as farmsteads around the county capital Kecskemét have suffered serious damages affecting 225 people. In sum, a total of 233 houses have suffered serious damages as a result of the heavy hailstorm and rainfall. According to the weather forecast of the Hungarian Meteorological Service for the coming ten days, continued hot weather can be expected with additional storms and rains occurring and putting these and other houses in these geographic locations at risk. 
WF-2017-000073-PRT Wild fire Portugal forest fires starting on Saturday, 17 June 2017 in the village of Escalos Fundeiros has swept through central Portugal killing at least 62, injuring 62 and displacing some 200 people to date.  
SS-2017-000072-ZAF Storm Surge South Africa The Western Cape Province of South Africa experienced storms which affected Cape Town and surrounding areas. As the fierce storm took hold in the Cape Town area, large parts of Knysna, Brenton-on-Sea, Buffalo Bay and surrounds, and parts of Plettenberg Bay, went up in flames 
EQ-2017-000071-GTM Earthquake Guatemala Following the 14 June earthquake in Guatemala near the Mexican border, the death toll continues to rise. As of 16 June at 7.00 UTC, national authorities of Guatemala report that five people were killed, 19 people injured, 3 181 people affected and 173 houses damaged in the departments of San Marcos, Quetzaltenango, Suchitepequez and Retalhuleu. A number of landslides also occurred on the roads of Atlantic and Retalhuleu on 14 June, following the earthquake. 
EQ-2017-000070-GRC Earthquake Greece Mw 6.3 Earthquake, Orange alert in Greece on 12 Jun 2017 12:28 UTC; depth 10.35 mmi 7.37, lat:38.932, lon:26.3635 
EP-2017-000069-ETH Epidemic Ethiopia As of week 22, 2017 there have been 1,981 reported cases of measles across the country, including 961 confirmed cases. 
LS-2017-000068-BGD Land Slide Bangladesh Heavy monsoon rain has triggered landslides in south-east Bangladesh, with officials reporting at least 107 people killed, including five soldiers. A spokesman for the Rangamati district administration said at least 60 people were killed in a series of landslides there alone. 
FL-2017-000067-BRA Flood Brazil Rainfall monitoring stations in Alagoas and Pernambuco states registered record levels of accumulated rainfall in a 24-hour period. On 27 May, the automatic station in Maceió (Alagoas) recorded 152.4 mm of rain. On 29 May, the automatic station in Joao Pessoa (Pernambuco) registered 129.8mm.[1] This heavy precipitation has produced landslides, flooding and damage to public infrastructure and homes in the north-eastern states of Alagoas and Pernambuco. Civil defence in the Alagoas state has reported 53,663 affected people and 1,470 homeless families and 2,430 displaced families in Alagoas. As of 3 June, the Pernambuco civil defence indicated that 47,477 people are no longer living in their homes, of whom 3,252 are homeless and 43,605 are displaced. Through State Decree 53.453 of 29 May, the Alagoa state government declared a state of emergency in the municipalities of Atalaia, Barra de San Antonio, Cajueiro, Capela, Cha Preta, Colonia Leopoldina, Coruripe, Coqueiro Seco, Igreja Nova, Jarapatinga, Joaquim Gomes, Murici, Paulo Jacinto, Paripueira, Pilar, Quebrangulo, Rio Largo, Satuba, Sao luiz do Quitunde, Sao Miguel dos Campos, Santa Luzia do Norte, Jacuipe, Jundía, Vicosa and Unión dos Palmares. As of 5 June, the Pernambuco government has declared 27 municipalities in a state of emergency. 
EP-2017-000066-SYR Epidemic Syrian Arab Rep A circulating vaccine-derived poliovirus type 2 (cVDPV2) outbreak has been confirmed in the Deir-Ez-Zor Governorate of the Syrian Arab Republic. The virus strain was isolated from two cases of acute flaccid paralysis (AFP), with onset of paralysis on 5 March and 6 May, as well as from a healthy child in the same community. 
FL-2017-000065-IDN Flood Indonesia Heavy rain battered and triggered flooding in Padang City, West Sumatra Province. 285 people were evacuated due to the flood. Flood also affected Province of Gorontalo. 484 houses were damaged and 2,747 people were affected by flood in Gorontalo District. Additionally, 2,000 people were displaced in Bone Bolango District. Flashflood and landslide hit Tolitoli District, Central Sulawesi. The incident has caused 1 death and estimated to affect 56,000 families. The landslide has also caused blockage in Trans-Sulawesi main road. 
FL-2017-000064-IND Flood India Severe weather, including heavy rain and thunderstorms has been affecting areas of the Assam, Nagaland, Manipur and Jharkhand states of India in the past days. According to local media, as of 7 May at 7.00 UTC, six people died, of which two by floods in Phek district (Nagaland State) and four more in Giridih district (Jharkhand State) due to lightening strikes. According to Assam State Disaster Management Authority, as of 7 June at 7.00 UTC, over 100 000 people are affected by floods in Assam. Update from IFRC: Severe monsoon rains have occurred since the beginning of the monsoon season. From the beginning of July, heavy rains and floods were reported across the north-east part of India, especially in Assam, Manipur and Arunachal Pradesh states. The flood situation has taken a critical turn in Assam State. On 12 July, officials of the Assam State Disaster Management Authority (ASDMA) said that a total of over 1.7 Million people in 24 districts have been affected to a certain degree and the number of deaths have been report as 44 in this state alone. The Brahmaputra River and its tributaries have submerged more than 2,500 villages, destroyed 100,000 hectares of cropland, damaged infrastructure by breaching embankments and overrunning roads and bridges -- disrupting surface communication. Nearly 75 per cent of Kaziranga National Park, a world heritage site, has been inundated. A total of 294 relief camps housing over 31,000 people have been opened in the state. More than 2,000 people have been rescued as teams carry out relief and rescue work. 
ST-2017-000063-NGA SEVERE LOCAL STORM Nigeria A storm in Maiduguri, on May 6, caused significant damage in 27 IDP camps, destroying around 362 shelters and partially damaging around 831 shelters, 26 latrines blocks and 114 education facilities (108 in Borno and 6 in Yobe). With the onset of the rainy season a flood vulnerability mapping was carried out in the IDP camps in Borno and an estimated 59 IDP camps (out of 164) are at risk of flooding, potentially affecting 70,5862 households (328,000 persons), including 66,000 children under five. The shelter and camp coordination sector is working on drainage issues in camps and UNICEF is prepositioning dewatering pumps to sites with high risk of water-logging.  
FL-2017-000062-TWN Flood Taiwan (China) Heavy rain starting Friday morning continues to inundate Taiwan on Saturday, with schools closed and traffic disrupted in central and southern parts of the island. As of 11 p.m. Friday, there had been at least three fatalities, two missing and 35 having sustained injuries after heavy rain hit large parts of Taiwan with the arrival of a strong southwesterly airstream. 
EQ-2017-000061-SLB Earthquake Solomon Islands GDACS - A 5.4 Mw earthquake at a depth of 34km on 29 May at 21:10:46 UTC 
TC-2017-000058-BGD Tropical Cyclone Bangladesh As of 29 May, Cyclonic Storm MORA is situated over the Bay of Bengal, 580km southwest of Chittagong, Bangladesh. It is likely to intensify and continue to move north, making landfall near Chittagong on the morning of 30 May. It is possible it may move north-east, with a stronger impact on the coast of Rakhine State, Myanmar. The storm is predicted to bring widespread rain and strong winds with the possibility of storm surges, flash floods and landslides. In Bangladesh, the maritime ports of Chittagong, Cox's Bazar, Mongla and Payra are on alert and all fishing boats have been advised to take immediate shelter. In Myanmar, the Government is issuing early warning messages and taking preparedness actions in the areas likely to be affected. The Myanmar Red Cross Society has activated their Emergency Operations Center and is conducting early warning actions in Ayayerwady and Rakhine. 
TC-2017-000058-MMR Tropical Cyclone Myanmar Tropical Cyclone (TC) Mora made landfall along the southeast coast of Bangladesh on Tuesday 30 May 2017. TC Mora made its landfall as Category 1 cyclone with sustained winds of up to 120 kph with gustiness reaching up to 148 kph. The cyclone brought heavy rains which impacted several states and regions in Myanmar including Rakhine, Chin, Magway, Sagaing and Ayeyarwady. Based on the government's joint damage assessment in Rakhine, Ayeyarwaddy, and Chin State/regions: 4,792 houses totally damaged and 13,595 partially damaged.  
FL-2017-000057-LKA Flood Sri Lanka Floods and landslides have left 13 people dead, over half a million people affected in 7 districts. 
IN-2017-000056-GHA Insect Infestation Ghana In Ghana, armyworms have ravaged around 1.4 million hectares of maize and cowpea plantations in six regions (Ashanti, Brong Ahafo, Central, Western, Eastern and the Northern). In Ashanti, some 6,400 hectares of cocoa farms have also been affected. Although the infestations occur every year, experts say that this year's outbreak is unprecedented and have urged quick action to curb further destruction as food security and livelihoods of several households is threatened. Officials from the National Disaster Management Organisation have begun distributing pesticides and a national taskforce has been set up to oversee the control of the infestation. 
IN-2017-000055-GHA Insect Infestation Ghana In Ghana, armyworms have ravaged around 1.4 million hectares of maize and cowpea plantations in six regions (Ashanti, Brong Ahafo, Central, Western, Eastern and the Northern). In Ashanti, some 6,400 hectares of cocoa farms have also been affected. Although the infestations occur every year, experts say that this year's outbreak is unprecedented and have urged quick action to curb further destruction as food security and livelihoods of several households is threatened. Officials from the National Disaster Management Organisation have begun distributing pesticides and a national taskforce has been set up to oversee the control of the infestation. 
FL-2017-000054-BFA Flood Burkina Faso Floods and violent winds have killed three people, injured 18 others and destroyed more than 750 houses across the country since the start of May. Overall, 5,129 people have been affected in several localities in the country's East and South-Western regions. 
FL-2017-000053-THA Flood Thailand High rainfall intensity has caused flood and flashflood in the northern provinces. Seven provinces and 61 villages were affected by flood. In Kamphaeng Pet, the worst affected province, 800 houses were damaged. Meanwhile, 2,000 families in Uttaradit province were urged to evacuate to safer places due to the situation.  
FL-2017-000052-RUS Flood Russia Between 10 and 15 May 2017, the destruction of the dam in the district of Ishim (Tyumen region) and water spills across the Ishim river caused massive flooding throughout Tyumen region, in particular, around the town of Ishim. The dam was destroyed due to the huge amount of melting snow and the discharge of water from the reservoir near the city of Petropavlovsk in Kazakhstan. Currently, the level of water is increasing approx. 50 centimetres per day. On 15 May, the water level on Ishim river has reached the critical point of 971 cm at Ishim city. 
FL-2017-000051-KEN Flood Kenya Raging floods, which have killed 26 people and forced almost 25,000 from their homes in Kenya this month, will exacerbate hunger and poverty among herders who have already lost livestock to the worst drought in five years, charities warned. 
EQ-2017-000050-KGZ Earthquake Kyrgyzstan On 3 May 2017, an earthquake of 5.9 magnitude occurred in northern and central-northern Tajikistan near the border with Kyrgyzstan (at a depth of 10 kms), with the epicenter being 120 kilometers away from the city of Batken and 192 kilometers from the city of Osh in southern Kyrgyzstan. Several aftershocks occurred on the same and the following days, with another strong earthquake of 5.8 magnitude registered in the same area on 5 May 2017 (at a depth of 10 kms). While there were, fortunately, no human fatalities in Kyrgyzstan, the earthquakes resulted in severe damages of infrastructure, including educational and health facilities and houses in the district of Chong Alay of Osh province as well as the district of Kadamjai in Batken province. According to the Ministry of Emergency Situations of the Kyrgyz Republic (MoES) and local administrations' assessments, five villages of Chong Alay district - Kara-Myk, Jekendi, Kara-Teyit, Chuluk and Shibee - suffered major damages. As of 8 May 2017, about 1,000 families (including some 5,000 people) were reported to have been affected by the quakes in these villages, with 537 houses destroyed and 237 houses severely damaged (refer to Table 1 below for more details). Three local clinics, one school and a mosque were also damaged. In addition, some 100 livestock (of sheep) were reported to have been killed as a result of rockfalls in pastures following the earthquakes. The MoES already distributed 550 summer tents to ensure that affected families whose houses had been destroyed had emergency shelter while governmental plans were underway to address longer-term needs. Twelve medical staff were also deployed to provide mobile emergency health services. The Red Crescent Society of Kyrgyzstan deployed its National Disaster Response Team members from Osh Branch to the affected villages to support the ongoing rapid assessment of priority needs and gaps started by the MoES. The affected residents were found to be in immediate need of non-food items and construction materials for repairing their houses.  
EQ-2017-000049-IRN Earthquake Iran, Islamic Republic At least two people were killed and 225 others injured when a 5.7-magnitude earthquake hit city of Pishqaleh in North Khorasan province on Saturday night. According to the seismological center affiliated to Tehran University Geophysics Institute, the quake occurred at 22:30:58 hours local time (18:00 GMT). 
EP-2017-000048-COD Epidemic Congo Democratic Republic One case of Ebola has been confirmed by the World Health Organization (WHO) in the Likati Health Zone of Bas-Uele Province in the north of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). A total of nine cases, including three deaths so far, are being investigated. 
EP-2017-000047-TJK Epidemic Tajikistan In mid-April 2017, Tajikistan reported 263 registered cases of measles, out of which 157 were laboratory confirmed. Based on official data, by 1 May, the number of notified and investigated cases significantly increased from 263 to 345 patients, with 246 (71%) out of them hospitalized. No deaths were reported to date. The measles outbreak in Tajikistan started in April 2017 out of Rudaki district spreading to the capital city Dushanbe and thesurrounding districts and Khatlon oblast. The most affected group are children between 1 to 9 years of age. This also corresponds to the cohort born after the last national measles and rubella (MR) immunization campaign conducted in 2009. Normally, the immunization centre of the Ministry of Health and Social Protection (MoHSP) carries out immunization on an annual basis in case of approx. 97 per cent of this cohort while the remaining three per cent tends to remain non-immunized, including migrants, gypsy and displaced people. In response to the outbreak, the MoHSP is currently planning to conduct a nationwide MR vaccination campaign targeting children aged 1 to 9 years from 15 to 26 May 2017 with the support of the Measles and Rubella Outbreak Response Initiative (MRI) Fund. The significant increase in new cases started in April and the trend is expected to continue. Out of the 48 new cases recorded during week 16 (17-23 April 2017), 96 per cent were unimmunized. The proportion of affected adults is somewhat higher (16.7%) than during the previous outbreak in 2009 (10.5%). The total proportion of unvaccinated persons affected by the outbreak among all the population increased from 81.9% in week 15 to 84% in week 16.  
FL-2017-000046-BGD Flood Bangladesh Heavy rainfalls as well as onrush of water from the upstream Meghalaya hills in India have led to the inundation of a vast areas of croplands of Haors and low-lying areas of the northeast. Flood started on 28th March affecting six districts (Sylhet, Moulvibazar, Sunamganj, Habiganj, Netrokona and Kishoreganj) in the north east region. Rising water overflow and breeched embankment in many places and inundated vast areas of croplands. It destroyed nearly-ready-for-harvesting boro rice in about 219,840 hectors areas. 
TC-2017-000045-VUT Tropical Cyclone Vanuatu IFRC is concerned by the humanitarian threat posed by Cyclone Donna, a Category 3 tropical storm, which is expected to make landfall in the north of Vanuatu. The cyclone has been gradually increasing in intensity and could reach Category 4 status in the next 12-24 hours as it tracks south through the country. The Government has warned communities in the provinces of Torba and Penama to evacuate to safety as the cyclone is anticipated to bring winds of up to 185 Kmh. Cyclone Donna could cause extensive wind damage and flooding. 
EQ-2017-000044-PHL Earthquake Philippines A 6.9 Mw earthquake at a depth of 26km hit undersea, south of Mindanao, on 28 April at 20:23 UTC. According to the USGS shakemap and GDACS calculations, 79,000 people were exposed to VII (Very Strong) shaking. As of 02 May, the Philippines National Disaster Management Agency reports 5 people injured in Sarangani and South Cotabato provinces. A small number of houses and schools were reported damaged. 
FL-2017-000043-HTI Flood Haiti From Thursday 20 to Monday 24 April, heavy rains fell in the departments of the South, South East, Grand'Anse and Nippes causing floods, landslides, and landslides. The South department is the most affected. Initial estimates indicate 4 deaths, 15 homes destroyed, and nearly 10,000 homes that could have been damaged in the South Department. According to the Delegate of the Department of the South, 80% of the spring harvest could have been destroyed.  
EP-2017-000042-NER Epidemic Niger The Ministry of Health on 19 April declared an outbreak of Hepatitis E that has killed 25 among 86 infected people. Medical assistance and preventive measures are ongoing to curb the disease which is mostly transmitted through contaminated water. Separately, 2,100 meningitis cases, including 120 deaths, were recorded as of 16 April. The districts of Niamey 2 and Madarounfa (in the southern Maradi region) have reached the epidemic level. A vaccination campaign is ongoing.  
IN-2017-000041-KEN Insect Infestation Kenya As millions of east African farmers seek to recover from a devastating drought, they face a new threat - the fall armyworm. The pest has been recently detected in Kenya and is suspected to have entered the country from Uganda. It is also known to be present in Burundi, Ethiopia and Rwanda. The fall armyworm was first reported in western Kenya by farmers in March 2017, and immediately confirmed by the Kenya Plant Health Inspectorate Service and Kenya Agricultural and Livestock Research Organisation. The initial counties infested were Busia, TransNzoia, Bungoma, Uasin Gishu and Nandi.  
FL-2017-000040-KAZ Flood Kazakhstan Snowmelt over the past few days caused floods in several regions of the north, north-central and eastern areas of the country. 
FL-2017-000039-ARG Flood Argentina The worsening of already unstable meteorological conditions caused a significant increase in rainfall in the first weeks of April of this year, affecting 15 provinces and 33,482 people across the country and causing considerable losses and damages. This increase gradually began the last week of March. 
FL-2017-000038-IRN Flood Iran, Islamic Republic The death toll in flash floods triggered by heavy rains in Iran's northwestern province of eastern Azarbaijan jumped to 30 as rescue teams continue to discover bodies, state TV reported Saturday. The report said that there are at least seven people still missing in the cities of Ajabshir and Azarshahr. An earlier report Saturday morning said 17 people had been killed. 
EP-2017-000037-NER Epidemic Niger The Niger Minister of Health, through a press conference held on 29 March 2017, officially declared the meningitis epidemic outbreak in three health centers in the district of the second neighborhood of Niamey, including the districts of Foulankoira health Centre, Lazaret and Boukoki . Further, the Minister indicated that these the three health centres in the affected areas reported a total of 90 cases of meningitis including 4 deaths, from January 1 to March 28.  
EP-2017-000036-SOM Epidemic Somalia Cholera outbreak in several areas of Somaliland and Puntland 
ST-2017-000035-RWA SEVERE LOCAL STORM Rwanda On 1st April 2017 at 3:00 pm, Gatsibo district located in the Eastern Province of Rwanda experienced heavy rainfall associated with heavy storms, which resulted in destruction of houses and community farm lands in Kiramuruzi Sector Nyabisindu Cell. The affected area is located 36 kilometers from Gatsibo District, 40 kilometers from the Eastern Province office and 70 kilometers from the City of Kigali. 
EP-2017-000034-BDI Epidemic Burundi The country is facing a major malaria outbreak which was officially declared by the MoH on 13 March 2017. The North and North health districts are the ones more affected by this outbreak. According to the MoH, the cumulative number of malaria cases reported during the first 10 weeks of 2017 is 1,960,620 with 869 deaths (MoH, 23 March 2017), this is higher than the same period in 2016 (1,804,258 cases and 841 deaths) 
MS-2017-000033-COL Mud Slide Colombia On the night of 31 March 2017, increased rainfall caused the Mocoa, Sangoyaco and Mulata Rivers to overflow, which in turn generated a mudslide in the municipality of Mocoa, capital of the department of Putumayo. UNGRD reported that the affected area received 33 per cent of its monthly total of rainfall (130 mm of the 400 mm monthly average) on the night of the disaster. According to reports, 273 people perished and 262 are injured; injured residents have been treated, and the most serious cases have been transferred to medical centres in Neiva, Popayan and Bogota . There have been 399 Restoration of Family Links (RFL) requests, 25 homes have been destroyed and more than 300 families have been affected. According to the latest official report from the UNGRD-coordinated national crisis room, 17 neighbourhoods were affected (29 blocks), with the greatest devastation seen in the districts of San Fernando, San Miguel, Independencia, Chaparros, San Agustín, Naranjito, Pablo VI, Avenida 17 de Julio, Miraflores and Progreso; the hospital network has collapsed, and 85 per cent of the department was left without electricity, which has since been partially restored. Three aqueducts and the sewage system are affected, 10ten roads are damaged, 2 two bridges have collapsed and 5 five are being rehabilitated. 
FL-2017-000032-PER Flood Peru to be deleted 
TC-2017-000031-AUS Tropical Cyclone Australia As a result of Tropical Cyclone Debbie that struck the north-east coast on 28 March, thousands of people were evacuated from their homes as two dams in Banana Shire reached maximum capacity. At least 200 schools and education centres were also closed. TC Debbie made landfall as a Category 3 severe tropical cyclone with 185 km/h winds near the centre and gusts of 260 km/h. and bringing with it very heavy rains over south-eastern Queensland and northern New South Wales. As a result the Australian Government Bureau of Meteorology issued Major Flood Warnings for rivers throughout Queensland. 
EP-2017-000030-NGA Epidemic Nigeria As of 19 March 2017, a total of 1407 suspected cases of meningitis and 211 deaths have been reported from 40 local government areas in five states of Nigeria since December 2016.  
VW-2017-000029-CAF Violent Wind Central African Republic Since January 2017, the Central African Republic has been experiencing a series of violent winds. Since 16 March 2017 the cities of Mba?ki, Ndolobo, Ndjoh, Lambi and Bossembelé centers located respectively 107 km, 125 km and 157 km from Bangui, faced violent winds following heavy rains, causing major damage.  
EQ-2017-000028-SLB Earthquake Solomon Islands GDACS 
FL-2017-000027-NAM Flood Namibia Heavy rains during the period of January-March 2017 within the Cuvelai River Basin in Angola and localized rainfalls in Oshana, Oshikoto, Ohangwena, Omusati has resulted in localized flooding in Iishana (shallow flood plains). On 09 March 2017, the Hydrological Services Namibia (HSN) in the Ministry of Agriculture, Water and Forestry (MAWF) in collaboration with the Directorate of Disaster Risk Management in the Office of the Prime Minister (OPM), and Meteorological Services issued a joint statement on the looming floods (see Annex 1). HSN further warned that the current flooding situation in the Cuvelai is comparable to that of 2011, which caused major damages in houses and infrastructure, and has requested for contingency preparedness and activation. The Hydrological Department in Ondjiva in Angola informed HSN that flood water has reached and flooded Ondjiva, which is likely to increase water levels in Namibian Cuvelai Iishanas as a result of heavy rainfall in the catchment area. HSN hydrological gauging stations recorded highest water levels compare with the floods that hit the same areas in 2008, 2009 and 2011 due to heaving rains in Namibia and in the bordering areas. Through the Regional Disaster Risk Management Committees of Oshana and Omusati regions, Namibia Red Cross Society Regional staff conducted field visits to relocation camps in both regions to investigate the extent and impact of the floods. 
EP-2017-000026-BRA Epidemic Brazil On 24 January 2017, the National Liaison Centre for the International Health Regulations of Brazil (RSI for its acronym in Portuguese), which is an extension of WHO, provided updated information to PAHO/WHO on the country's yellow fever situation; the information that was provided showed that the geographic distribution of confirmed cases is expanding and that it not only includes the state of Minas Gerais, but also the states of Espírito Santo, São Paulo, and Rio Grande do Norte. In addition, cases are being investigated in the states of Bahía, Goias and Tocantis. According to epidemiological report number 27 from Brazil's Ministry of Health, 1,500 suspected cases of sylvatic yellow fever have been reported 1 December, 2016 to 6 March 2017; of these cases 371 (24.73 per cent) were confirmed, 163 (10.87 per cent) were ruled out and 966 (64.40 per cent) are still under investigation. 
OT-2017-000025-UGA Other Uganda Uganda Population Movements from South Sudan 
FL-2017-000024-BWA Flood Botswana Between 18 and 23 February 2017, Botswana was hit by the tropical depression, ex-Dineo which caused significant flooding across the country. As a result of inundations, bridges have collapsed, roads have been closed, and health facilities have been flooded. 
TC-2017-000023-MDG Tropical Cyclone Madagascar  
EP-2017-000022-GIN Epidemic Guinea With a population of 10,628,9992 inhabitants according to the 2014 General Population Census, the Republic of Guinea is faced with countless challenges including viral and infections disease outbreaks. During the period 2014-2016, the country's health system underwent Ebola Virus Disease outbreak with disruptive effect on health services along with degrading confidence of the healthcare beneficiairies in health services. Being nearly overwhelmed by the EVD outbreak the responses, healthcare workers could hardly follow-up and implement surveillance, prevention and management activities for other diseases. The failure to give attention to the diseases resulted into increased upsurge of vacccine preventable diseases outstandingly the miseasles. As a comparison, in the 2014, the country went through a miseasle outbreak which affected 25 health dictricts. In 2015, major measles cases were recorded in the districts which were not involved in the immunization campaign in response to outbreak in February 2014. Surveillance of the disease shows that since early 2016, despite interventions (conduct of indepth investigations and management of cases, response organization in the health Districts, enhanced surveillance, providing health Districts with vaccines and supplies, community awareness in measles), the confirmed cases were continuously reported in several health districts. In 2017, 408 suspected measles cases reported with 122 confirmed. The following prefectures are affected: Nzérékoré, Gueckedou, Matoto, Ratoma, Fria, Dubreka, Kindia, Coyah, Kaloum, Dixinn, Forécariah and Matam. The Prefectures of Siguiri, Labé and Boké are on alert. In this particular situation and in compliance with the International Health Regulations (IHR), the government, through the Ministry of Health has declared measles outbreak in those prefectures on February 08th, 2017. It also seeks support from technical and financial partners to rapidly eradicate the measles before the months of execessive heat which leads to the rapid spread of measles.  
FL-2017-000021-ZAF Flood South Africa The South African Weather Service says?tropical cyclone Dineo?is weaker than forecasters predicted and has now been downgraded to a status of ?tropical depression ex-Dineo'.The strong winds have died down from 120 kilometres per hour, to 80 kilometres per hour in Mozambique. The weather service says despite the downgrade, residents in parts of the country can still expect flooding and heavy rains. Limpopo?later on Thursday afternoon as well as KwaZulu-Natal and Mpumalanga. It is forecasted that the tropical cyclone lost momentum when it crossed the inland and missed the ocean. ?We expected it to be downgraded because the cyclone moved over land and it needs heat from the ocean to survive.? In view of the projected needs, and after analysing demands on its capacity, the South African Red Cross Society has requested support from the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Cross (IFRC) to support response efforts. At this moment IFRC is making provision from the Disaster Relief Emergency Fund (DREF) to support the mobilisation of Red Cross personnel, relief supplies and specialised equipment closer to areas that are likely to be affected. This will enable SARCS to undertake rapid assessments and immediate distribution of relief supplies after Cyclone DINEO's landfall. Based on further information on rapid assessments to be conducted on Friday 17 February 2017, daytime, when conditions are safe, additional assistance will most likely be requested through IFRC. 
FL-2017-000020-ZWE Flood Zimbabwe Tropical Cyclone DINEO (Category 1) has moved south-west over the Mozambique Channel towards southern Zimbabwe. Forecasts issued by The Meteorological Services Department of Zimbabwe (MSDZ) indicate that the country will experience tropical cyclone-type rainfall starting from Thursday 16 up to Monday 20 February 2017. The tropical cyclone is a serious threat and will be preceded by very strong and damaging winds followed by extreme flooding. The humanitarian impact of Tropical Cyclone DINEO threatens to be massive as projections shows that it will bring widespread torrential rain and damaging winds which can reach as high as 160km/hr. This will likely trigger flash floods which threaten human lives, animals and destruction assets and infrastructure. More than half of the country's dams are overpilling and this could exacerbate flooding resulting displacement of people and increasing the incidence of both water borne and vector diseases. 
IN-2017-000019-ZMB Insect Infestation Zambia A major fall armyworm infestation has affected at least seven countries in the region. Zambia has reported that almost 90,000 hectares of maize have been affected, forcing farmers to replant their crops. In Malawi some 17,000 hectares have so far been affected while in Namibia, approximately 50,000 hectares of maize and millet has been damaged and in Zimbabwe up to 130,000 hectares could be affected thus far. 
FL-2017-000018-PER Flood Peru On 1 to 2 February 2017, there was heavy rainfall (115 litres per metre2) for approximately 14 consecutive hours in the Province of Chiclayo, which produced a total of 510,000 cubic metres of rainfall; the magnitude of the rainfall can only be compared to that of the rainfall caused by the El Niño phenomenon on 14 February 1998. The intense rains have affected a total of 32 districts in the provinces of Lambayeque, Ferreñafe and Chiclayon, causing outages in electrical service and the water system and many sections of the sewer system to collapse; moreover, the collection of solid waste has been halted, causing contamination and the appearance of vectors in the areas most affected by the flooding. 
FL-2017-000017-PAK Flood Pakistan Continuous heavy rains and snow fall has broken the record of many years causing widespread flooding across 3 districts of Balochistan from 17th to 22nd January 2017. Authorities reported 13 deaths and 650 people injured. 
EQ-2017-000016-PHL Earthquake Philippines A 6.7-magnitude earthquake killed at least six people and injured more than 120 in the southern Philippines late Friday, officials said. The powerful quake hit roughly 14 kilometers northwest of Surigao City, at about 10:03 p.m. (9:03 a.m. ET), according to the Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology. At least 30 aftershocks have rattled the surrounding areas in the hours following the quake, the Institute measured. 
FR-2017-000015-PHL Fire Philippines A massive fire swept through crowded shanty town in Parola Compound in Tondo, near the docks in Manila in the evening of February 7, destroying more than 1,000 makeshift houses and leaving 3,000 families (15,000 people) homeless, seven people were reported injured. According to the Fire authorities, the flames spread quickly as houses in the area are made of light materials, making them incredibly flammable. 90 firetrucks were deployed, and fire was put out in the morning of February 8. The cause of the fire is still unknown. Four evacuation centers are opened right after the fire broke out, accommodating more than 1,000 families. While around 900 families chose to spend the night sleeping on the pavement near their burned homes. Food and water were provided to the affected families at the evacuation centers by the local government and NGOs. 
FL-2017-000014-PER Flood Peru Heavy rainfall has been recorded in Peru since January 2017, damaging or destroying the homes of 101,104 people, affecting 643,216 people overall and leaving 78 people dead, 263 injured and 20 missing. The most affected departments are Ancash, Lambayeque, La Libertad, Lima and Piura. Furthermore, in the past few weeks, the amount of rainfall in northern and central Peru has increased significantly, affecting various communities, educational centres, roads, access bridges to main zones and hectares of agriculture. Currently, the government of Peru has declared a state of emergency for 12 departments and a sanitation alert for 7 departments. 
AV-2017-000013-AFG Snow Avalanche Afghanistan An avalanche in the early hours of 5 February 2017 is believed to have killed 50 people and injured 13 in Barg-e-Matal in Nuristan Province, with at least 70 houses initially reported as destroyed. Another avalanche in Dawz Bala in Badakhshan province is reported to have killed 10 people and injured 12.  
FL-2017-000012-MOZ Flood Mozambique Since the onset of the rainy season in October 2016, torrential rains falling in central and southern Mozambique have resulted in numerous localized flooding incidents. According to the National Institute for Disaster Management (INGC), flooding this disaster season has cost the lives of 40 individuals and affected some 18,000 families (70,000 people) (News24 2017). Maputo and Gaza provinces, including the capitol of Maputo, have been the most affected areas of the country followed by Nampula and Sofala provinces. Most recently (14/15 January), flooding in Maputo city killed three people and displaced some 236 families. Additionally, authorities have reported that in recent days in Nampula and Sofala some 1,400 people have been affected by floods including six deaths and more than 200 family displacements (Verdade 2017). On 18 January 2017, the Government activated a nation-wide institutional ?Orange Alert? following the release of medium-term forecasts by the National Meteorological Institute projecting the occurrence of heavy rains and strong winds across the country until March 2017. The decision was announced following a meeting of the Technical Council for Disaster Management and seeks to intensify the Government's monitoring and readiness actions to address the potential impacts of flooding and cyclonic events during the disaster season. The ?Orange Alert? is released in parallel to the ongoing ?Red Alert? issued in 2016 for the southern and central regions of the country to address the effects of the food insecurity situation brought on by the 2015/16 El-Niño induced drought. At present, four river basins--Buzi and Pungue in the central region and Mutamba and Inhanombe in the southern region?are at ?alert? level and are expected to breach within the next 72 hours. The breach of these river basis is expected to cause floods in Govuro (North of Inhambane Province) and in Machanga (South of Sofala Province). According to the National Institute of Meteorology (INAM), heavy winds, strong storms and rain is expected from 25 - 26 January in Maputo Province and City and in Gaza Province. Between 30 and 50 millimeters of rain is expected to fall in 24 hours, which has the potential to affect the Provinces of Maputo (Districts of Matutuine, Boane, Namaacha, Manhiça, Marracuene, Moamba, Magude, Cities of Maputo and Matola), and Gaza (Districts of Bilene, Guijá, Chibuto, Mabalane, Massingir, Massagena, Chibuto, Chicualacuala, Chigubo, Cities of Chókwé and Xai-xai). 
CW-2017-000011-DZA Cold Wave Algeria The falling snow and cold weather in Algeria has affected the Eastern, Central and the high plateau regions. The snow has cut off numerous communities and villages, particularly in the mountainous areas, causing losses to livelihoods due to isolation, power cuts and material damages to the residents of these areas. Dwellings have been damaged by the heavy snowfall, especially the tents used by nomadic population. Initial assessments carried out by the ARCS indicate that up to 25,000 families have been affected by the adverse weather conditions to various degrees. To cope with the situation substantial Government and military resources have been deployed. 
FL-2017-000010-PHL Flood Philippines At least four areas in Mindanao, including the cities of Valencia and Cagayan de Oro, have been placed under a state of calamity as widespread flooding brought about by heavy rains this week displaced thousands of residents. 
LS-2017-000009-ARG Land Slide Argentina On 10 January 2017, the accumulation of precipitation in Jujuy Province (approximately 1,500 km north-west of the city of Buenos Aires) led to landslides and floods in various locations in the department of Tumbaya such as Volcán, Tumbaya and Bárcenas (the most affected); a lesser impact was reported in the cities of León, Santa Barbara, Purmamarca, Humahuaca and San Martín. According to local media and residents, events of similar magnitude occurred in 1939 and 1978. Heavy rainfall has been recorded since early this year in many parts of the country; most of which have been "sudden and with abundant accumulations of water", causing complications at the local level in places such as the provinces of Santa Fe, Cordoba, Buenos Aires and Jujuy. One of the most affected localities is Volcán, the capital of Tumbaya department, which is located 41 km north of the city of San Salvador de Jujuy, the provincial capital. The mud and stones that slid down a hill near this town affected 90 per cent of the community's homes and blocked National Route 9, leaving the population with no access over land. In some areas, mud levels reached 2.2 metres, which led to the evacuation of 296 people, who are currently being housed in 3 temporary collective centres: Parador Laguna, a local church and a National Roads building. One person has been reported missing. Tumbaya, located 7 km north of Volcán (48 km from San Salvador de Jujuy) on National Route N? 9, suffered damage from the landslides and severe flooding, where water levels rose as high as 1.20 metres. The population here is approximately 500 people, of which 150 people (30 per cent of the total population) have been affected. Of these, ten families (about 50 people) had to be evacuated. The only land access to the area from the south on foot until traffic can be resumed over the lone access road (National Route N? 9); however, the area can be supplied from cities located to the north of the province such as Tilcara, as access to those areas is still possible. The town of Bárcena, with a population of 158 people, is located 10 km south of Volcán (31 km north of San Salvador de Jujuy); this entire area has been affected. A total of 100 people have been evacuated, of which 15 are being housed at Mountain Infantry Regiment (RIM 20) facilities, while others were transported to San Salvador de Jujuy. Due to the suddenness of the landslide, two people lost their lives while travelling through the town along National Route 9. The communities of Leon, Santa Barbara, Purmamarca, Humahuaca and San Martín, located north of the landslide in Volcán, were hit by flash floods during this same period; local authorities have assisted the affected families Currently, these communities are without communication, electricity and public services (water and sanitation). In regard to the electrical supply, the government estimates that it could be restored back to normal within the next 48 hours in some areas; however, no estimated time has been given for restoring the drinking water supply and sewage services. Local access to health (emergency services, health centres) is practically impossible due to the mud in the streets, as well as to the damage suffered by the physical facilities that provided these services. The province's Civil Defence Coordination has set up radio communications equipment, but it is not yet known when fixed and mobile telephone service will be restored. 
CW-2017-000008-MAR Cold Wave Morocco This wave of bitter cold continues its invasion of Morocco and a significant decrease in temperature was confirmed by the spokesman for the Communications Department at the Directorate of Meteorology, the significant drop in temperature will be felt in northern , east, south and in the mountainous areas. In anticipation of the severe cold wave the Interior Ministry and the Royal Gendarmerie and the Mohammed V Foundation for Solidarity launched a special program of solidarity for the benefit of population groups that suffer greatly from cold waves , especially Douars mountainous and remote areas. This assistance program has been launched in some heavily affected areas from last week. Several families received blankets and food and appropriate equipment for the winter. This wave of frost and snow has caused economic losses and livelihoods due to the isolation of several areas. Moreover, traffic was paralyzed and traffic accidents have occurred. The Ministry of Equipment and Transport has been mobilized to lift the isolation of remote areas and continues to launch periodic newsletters on road conditions and weather warnings. 
CW-2017-000007-MKD Cold Wave Macedonia In the afternoon of 5 January 2016, the western and north-eastern parts of the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia were hit by a heavy snowstorm. In the evening, the temperatures decreased to 25 Celsius degrees below zero. The mountain passes through Gostivar, Kicevo, Kriva Palanka - Kustendil put a ban on the movement of heavy vehicles, while motor vehicles were moving in difficult conditions due to the icy road conditions. Specialized vehicles have been working on cleaning the roads from the snow. Many villages were cut off by high snowdrifts and the blocked roads in the regions of Skopje, Bitola, Kriva Palanka, Debar, Makedonski Brod, Gostivar, Kumanovo, Kichevo, Struga Ohrid and Stip, The Red Cross of the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia assisted 255 vulnerable families in these regions. As a result of the cold and freezing temperatures, three people have been reported as dead in Skopje, Strumica and Pehcevo. Due to increased heavy snowfalls in the villages located in the mountainous regions of the country, the National Society conducted a needs assessment in cooperation with the local self-governments, crisis management center and the Ministry of Labor and Social Policy. As a result of the needs assessment, 555 families were identified as most vulnerable ones. Part of the settlements in Skopje (Aerodrom), Negotino and Kavadarci were left without water due to frozen or damaged pipes. 
EP-2017-000006-VUT Epidemic Vanuatu As of 6th January 2017, there were 596 suspected cases of dengue fever and 112 confirmed cases. There are more cases being reported and confirmed on Efate, Urban Port vila and nearby rural areas and cases are also coming in from Sola in Torba province, Luganville in Sanma, Emae in Shefa, Norsup in Malampa province and Lenakel in Tanna, Tafea province. The current Dengue epidemic of stereotype 2 affects all age groups. Of the 596 suspected cases, 112 have been confirmed positive, 4 of them severe. Twenty-four per cent of the cases are found among children between 5 and 14, 24.2 per cent are found among those between the ages of 15 and 24, and 19.4 per cent are among those between 25 and 34, and 18.8 per cent for patients above the age of 34, i.e. 86.6 per cent of cases have been found in the population above 4 years of age. As of the 9th of December, the Ministry of Health announced that they would no longer send all cases for testing. Only cases from new sites, severe dengue cases and about 2 cases per day will be tested to detect potential introduction of new dengue virus serotypes and/or Zika virus and/or Chikungunya virus. The number of confirmed cases may therefore not accurately reflect the true extent of the outbreak. 
CW-2017-000005-BLR Cold Wave Belarus A sharp cold snap (Cyclone Axel) hit Belarus on 5 January 2017, with heavy snowfalls accompanied by frost and strong wind. Temperatures dropped down to 25?29 degrees Celsius below zero, and in some places even to 31?34 degrees. The country's meteorological service issued an orange weather warning. Invasion of cold arctic air masses from the north of European Russia followed on 6 January. Many of Belarusian citizens, especially homeless, were unprepared to severe frosts and snowfalls. Within one night, snow layers reached up to 18?22 cm. Snow caused a large number of road accidents, including those with intercity buses, leaving the drivers and travellers stranded for hours on highways. In addition, the wind was 19?22 meters per second according to the Belarusian hydro?meteorological centre. According to the data reported on 11 January 2017, it is estimated that 539 people (including 31 children) were traumatized and 10 died of hypothermia. All six regions of Belarus, Vitebsk, Minsk, Gomel, Grodno, Brest and Mogilev regions, and Minsk city have been affected by extreme winter conditions. The cyclone has considerably affected the most vulnerable people, in particular those who had to be out in the open air for a long time, the homeless and elderly people in remote areas with disruptions in heating as well as Orthodox believers who attended Christmas Eve mass on 6-7 January. 10,000 people attended the mass in Minsk, 2,000 in Gomel, 2,000 in Mogilev, 1000 in Grodno, 1,500 in Vitebsk, and 500 in Brest. 
FL-2017-000004-THA Flood Thailand Widespread flooding in Thailand's south has killed 21 people, hit rubber production in the region and shut down infrastructure. 
OT-2017-000003-BGD Other Bangladesh Over the past week, 22,000 new arrivals were reported to have crossed the border from Rakhine State (Myanmar) to Bangladesh. As of 5 January, an estimated 65,000 people are residing in registered camps, makeshift settlements and host communities in Cox's Bazaar. Biometric registration for new arrivals has been proposed to assist partners to further improve relief service provision. To complement the local response, UN agencies and NGO partners continue to provide food, NFIs, emergency shelter materials and protection services to the new arrivals and undocumented Myanmar nationals. 
FL-2017-000002-MYS Flood Malaysia The seasonal heavy continuous rains in the East Coast of Malaysia from 26th December 2016 have caused flooding in two states, namely, Kelantan and Terengganu. The floods have temporarily displaced about 25,000 people and have rendered some villages inaccessible due to damaged bridges and blocked roads. Public facilities including health centres and schools were also inundated. Schools were cancelled in many of the districts as they were converted into evacuation centres. In Kelantan, three main rivers, Sungai Golok, Sungai Galas and Sungai Kelantan, have overflown and flooded several districts including Bachok, Gua Musang, Jeli, Kota Bahru, Machang, Pasir Mas, Pasir Puteh, Tanah Merah, Tumpat and Kuala Krai. Meanwhile, in Terengganu, Sungai Besut, Sungai Terengganu and Sungai Setiu have reached critical level prompting the authorities to evacuate communities from the districts along these rivers. As of yesterday, 4th January 2017, the Terengganu state flood watch online portal stated that a total of 7,752 people (2,450 families) have been moved to 101 relief centres which was an increase of 20% from the previous Information bulletin Malaysia: Seasonal Flooding MRC Terengganu helping evacuees in Kampung Tadok week. In Kelantan, almost 11,250 (3348 families) people have been moved to 125 evacuation centre. About 68 schools in the two states were closed to accommodate the evacuees. As of today, 5 th January 2017, water levels in most of the rivers are receding as the rains in the east coast has stopped for the last 24 hours. Some of the evacuees are already leaving the evacuation centres. The authorities have closed 50 out of the 125 evacuation centres in Kelantan with 1,200 families returning to their homes in the districts of Kuala Krai, Machang and Pasir Puteh. Six schools in Terengganu and seven schools in Kelantan were reopened today. The district of Tanah Merah in Kelantan is still in critical situation as flood waters from the Kelantan River in that part is receding at a very slow rate.  
CW-2017-000001-MNG Cold Wave Mongolia Recent severe winter conditions worsened the situation with average temperature continuously being lower than normal and precipitation forming thicker layer of snow and ice over the grassland. The effect of Dzud is magnified due to the worsening socio-economic situation in the country.  
DR-2016-000142-MOZ Drought Mozambique February 2016: FEWS NET estimated that from March 2016 till the next rain season, the number of food insecure people might vary from 380,000 people in case of moderate scenario to 1.8 million people in a worstcase scenario. 
EP-2016-000141-NGA Epidemic Nigeria Since the onset of LF outbreak in Dec. 2016 (Week 49), a total of 164 cases have been classified as: confirmed (149) and probable (15) with 68 deaths (53 deaths in confirmed and 15 in probable) recorded.  
EP-2016-000140-TCD Epidemic Chad From 1 September 2016 until 13 January 2017, a total of 693 cases including 11 deaths of acute jaundice syndrome (AJS) have been reported from Am Timan, Chad. Based on the available information, there appears to be a plateau in the number of cases reported in the past 5 weeks from the affected area with an average of 70 cases reported weekly where only a minor proportion (7.2%) requires hospitalization. On 14 February 2017, the Ministry of Public Health officially declared an epidemic of Hepatitis E in Salamat region. 
DR-2016-000139-LKA Drought Sri Lanka As of 17 January 2017, an estimated 644,000 people across eight provinces have been affected by drought and salt water intrusion over the past four months. Batticaloa District in Eastern province is the worst affected with 302,000 people experiencing the effects of drought. 
WF-2016-000138-CHL Wild fire Chile At national level 32 active wildfires reported, 29 are controlled and 4 have been extinguished, affecting 136,161 hectares of vegetation in seven regions of the country (Valparaiso, Metropolitan, O'Higgins, Maule, Bío-Bío, Aracuanía, and Los Lagos). According to ONEMI, three people have died, 142 have been affected, 158 people are in shelters, and 81 houses have been destroyed. 37 aircrafts and nearly 4000 people are supporting the emergency response as a catastrophe zone and a state of emergency has been declared in the areas affected by the fires.  
FL-2016-000137-ARG Flood Argentina On 25 and 26 December 2016, more than 20 locations in the provinces of Buenos Aires, Córdoba and Santa Fe were affected by intense rainfall which was accompanied by hail and strong electrical activity. The fact that these were low-lying areas, the soil's saturation and the presence of crevices in basins (the most important in Argentina) caused by the constant rainfall throughout the year led to significant flooding and overflows from rivers and streams. The localities affected in this province by this emergency in this period were not affected by the rainy season in 2015 and 2016. Pergamino, a city in northern Buenos Aires province was one of the most affected by the rainfall, receiving some 220 millimetres of water in 4 hours, causing the Pergamino Stream, its tributaries and effluents, such as Chu Creek, to overflow. This led to flooding throughout the city, which is organized into 24 urban and peri-urban neighbourhoods. The flooding, mainly impacted riverside neighbourhoods (the river cuts across the city) such as 9 de Julio, Cueto, Centenario, Tocha, San Vicente, Kennedy, Centro, 27 de Noviembre, Belgrano, Martín M. de G?emes and José Hernández (the latter three are considered informal settlements); and Jorge Newbery (also an informal settlement) along Chu Creek, affecting 13,650 people, i.e. around 11 per cent of the total population. Basic services such as power, telephony, internet and water were partially interrupted for some 36 hours (completely in affected neighbourhoods), and some stretches of National Routes 8 and 9 (the main access roads to Pergamino) were blocked completely by flooding, making it difficult to mobilize assistance from outside of the city. More than 3,400 homes have been flooded (between 30 and 220 cm of water), forcing families to leave their homes as access is only possible by boat or some 4-wheel drive vehicles. According to Civil Defence reports, around 50 residents have refused to self-evacuate or be evacuated and remain on the roofs of their homes, and approximately 250 are being housed in four collective centres. At the family / individual level, in addition to some medical emergencies and health complications associated with the emergency (injuries, blood pressure issues, etc.), families have reported the loss of household items (furniture, appliances, household goods, bedding, etc.) and sanitation issues such as garbage, waterlogged structures, vermin, vectors. These issues have been exacerbated by the meteorological conditions that are typical for this time of year, such as mean temperatures above 24? C (with highs above 32? C), high humidity, unstable weather conditions and the pre-existing pollution of the Pergamino Stream. In addition to partial structural damage to dwellings and some public buildings (Primary Health Care Centres [CAPS] in G?emes and José Hernández neighbourhoods), the blocks adjacent to the Pergamino Stream have large amounts of accumulated debris and waste, which have been hard to remove because of the difficulty in accessing these streets. While the city does have a Local Response Plan, it failed to fully anticipate the storm's effects, catching a great number of families by surprise in their homes. On 25 December, the city formally declared a state alert, including a health alert, due to the level of impact suffered. In Cordoba Province, the strong storm that hit the area on 26 December caused damage to electrical and water services and forced 100 people to evacuate in Jovita. Twelve homes were damaged by hail, and electrical services were interrupted in La Cumbre and in La Falda due to high winds that damaged lamp posts. Six neighbourhoods suffered damage in Villa Dolores, 50 people had to self-evacuate and there were blocked roads and fallen lamp posts; additionally, the storm interrupted electrical and water services in Villa Giardini, Rio Ceballos, Salsipuedes, Agua de Oro, Jesús María and Colonia Caroya. More than 200 people in Santa Fe Province were forced to evacuate. The cities of Rosario and Alvarez were the most affected, as overflowing channels left half of the city cut off and hindered the evacuation efforts. Provincial authorities reported up to one metre of water in dwellings, including the Volunteer Fire Department facilities, which had to be evacuated as well. The National Society is coordinating state assistance in the form of mattresses, blankets, food, bags and tarps; relevant Ministry of Health agencies are working on site. 
FL-2016-000136-MYS Flood Malaysia The seasonal heavy continuous rains in the East Coast of Malaysia from 26th December 2016 have caused flooding in two states, namely, Kelantan and Terengganu. The floods have temporarily displaced about 25,000 people and have rendered some villages inaccessible due to damaged bridges and blocked roads. 
FF-2016-000135-NPL Flash Flood Nepal one recent disaster event that happened in mid-Northen Nepal in mountainous area on 17th December (Saturday). It was an unexpected big flash flood that swept away 7 bridges, drinking water supply system, irrigation canals and some houses and fortunately there is no loss of life. Different agencies have been asking DHM about the causes and we have to tell them the truth whether glacial lake has bursted or avalanche or anything else in the upstream. 
TC-2016-000134-FSM Tropical Cyclone Micronesia, Federated States  
TC-2016-000134-PHL Tropical Cyclone Philippines Severe Tropical Storm Nock-ten (Nina) has maintained its strength with maximum sustained winds of 105 km/h near the centre and gusts of up to 130 km/h. The Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA) forecasts that STS Nock-ten will intensify as it traverses the Philippines Sea but will slightly weaken when it makes landfall over the province of Catanduanes in the afternoon or evening of 25 December and will continue to cross Southern Luzon, National Capital Region and Central Luzon. Authorities have warned possible landslides and floods especially in low-lying areas. 
FL-2016-000133-VNM Flood Viet Nam Heavy rainfall since 13 December has caused severe flooding in Central and South-Central Vietnam and parts of the Central Highlands. 15 people are known to have died and four people are missing. Almost 112,000 houses have been damaged. 
TC-2016-000132-FJI Tropical Cyclone Fiji The Tropical Depression was located to the west of Fiji as of 19 December. Some 1,363 people have been evacuated to 86 evacuation centres following flash floods. In Central Division, area water supplies have been cut off and power outages have been reported. In the Northern Division, the government is providing emergency food rations to Qamea Island.  
EP-2016-000131-SOM Epidemic Somalia A serious outbreak of measles was reported in southern Somalia with 704 cases of fever and rashes in Kismayo, the majority of them children. 
FL-2016-000130-VCT Flood Saint Vincent & The Grenadines On Tuesday, 29 November 2016, St. Vincent and the Grenadines was impacted by heavy rains, which resulted in flooding and landslides in several communities. Sandy Bay in the north-eastern area of St. Vincent was the most severely affected community; however, the villages of Magum, Orange Hill, Overland, London, Point, Owia and Fancy in the north-east and Spring Village, Coulls Hill, Troumaca, Rose Bank, Sharpes, Fitz Hughes and Chateaubelair in the northwest of St. Vincent were also impacted. Some people suffered losses to their subsistence crops and livestock, and a they are experiencing severe psychosocial effects, access to water and sanitation issues, and financial challenges as a direct consequence of the flooding. 
TC-2016-000129-IND Tropical Cyclone India Cyclone Vardah which was formed in the Southeast Bay of Bengal on Thursday 08 December has undergone several modifications during the past few days. The system was close to the Andaman and Nicobar Islands and wreaked havoc over the region. Over 2000 tourists were stranded in Havelock and Neil Islands. During the past 48 hours, the system intensified into a severe cyclone and thereafter into a very severe cyclonic storm. On Monday 12 December, the landfall is expected to be very close to Chennai (Eastern India). The city is expected to receive moderate to heavy rains with isolated very heavy spells. According to GDACS criteria, Tropical Cyclone VARDAH-16 could have a high humanitarian impact based on the Maximum sustained wind speed and the affected population and their vulnerability. 
EQ-2016-000128-SLB Earthquake Solomon Islands A very strong undersea earthquake of magnitude 8.0 occurred near 62km West-South-West of Kirakira, Makira Ulawa Province, Solomon Islands. A tsunami was observed in Makira. 
EQ-2016-000127-IDN Earthquake Indonesia The 6.4 magnitude quake struck near the town of Sigli on Sumatra island destroying dozens of buildings. An undersea earthquake off Indonesia's Aceh province has killed at least 24 people, authorities said. 
EP-2016-000126-NGA Epidemic Nigeria Following the harmonization of the available data from the Early Warning and Response System (EWARS), IDP camp surveillance data from State Primary Health Care Development Agency (SPHCDA), Health sector partners and Integrated Diseases Surveillance and Response (ISDR), it was concluded that there is an ongoing measles outbreak in Borno State afflicting camp and non-camp populations. The Borno State Ministry of Health (BSMOH) is already conducting a reactive vaccination campaign with the support of partners, targeting 18 IDP camps. 
TC-2016-000125-CRI Tropical Cyclone Costa Rica Hurricane Otto 
FL-2016-000124-COD Flood Congo Democratic Republic Since the beginning of the month of November, rains and winds have hit the town of Gemena, headquarters of the province of Sud-Ubangi. Gemena town is located 3 hours by air (979 Km) from the town of Kinshasa. with a total population of 350,511 people (source: Provincial Mayor). On 9 November 2016, rain and violent winds intensified, causing extensive floods in the Gemena neighbourhoods located on the banks of rivers Mombonga, Sukia and Labo. 
FL-2016-000123-DOM Flood Dominican Republic A series of hydrometeorological events cause severe flooding and landslides in the provinces of Puerto Plata, La Vega, Espaillat, María Trinidad Sánchez, Montecristi, Santiago and Valverde.  
FL-2016-000122-SRB Flood Serbia ?On 7 November 2016, heavy rainfall affected several areas of Kosovo* for three days with major floods. The situation is critical in the municipalities in Vushtrri, Gjakova, Rahovec, Podujeva and Malisheva. The rainfall intensity was approximately between 20 -25 mm/3h, or from 60-75 mm/24 hours. On 11 November 2016, the highest rainfall intensity recorded was 65-90 mm within 24 hours, which in total is 125-165 mm (l/m2). According to the preliminary information provided by the RCK structure operating in the flooded areas, the affected families have lost their winter food reserves and their livestock, including their home furniture and home appliances. Many families have been evacuated and some are in the process of being evacuated to schools. Power stations and water supply stations were flooded and many of the affected areas have no power and drinking water.? 
FL-2016-000121---- Flood (Non-Localized) On 7 November 2016, heavy rainfall affected several areas of Kosovo* for three days with major floods. The situation is critical in the municipalities in Vushtrri, Gjakova, Rahovec, Podujeva and Malisheva. The rainfall intensity was approximately between 20 -25 mm/3h, or from 60-75 mm/24 hours. On 11 November 2016, the highest rainfall intensity recorded was 65-90 mm within 24 hours, which in total is 125-165 mm (l/m2). According to the preliminary information provided by the RCK structure operating in the flooded areas, the affected families have lost their winter food reserves and their livestock, including their home furniture and home appliances. Many families have been evacuated and some are in the process of being evacuated to schools. Power stations and water supply stations were flooded and many of the affected areas have no power and drinking water. 
FL-2016-000120---- Flood (Non-Localized) On 7 November 2016, heavy rainfall affected several areas of Kosovo* for three days with major floods. The situation is critical in the municipalities in Vushtrri, Gjakova, Rahovec, Podujeva and Malisheva. The rainfall intensity was approximately between 20 -25 mm/3h, or from 60-75 mm/24 hours. On 11 November 2016, the highest rainfall intensity recorded was 65-90 mm within 24 hours, which in total is 125-165 mm (l/m2). According to the preliminary information provided by the RCK structure operating in the flooded areas, the affected families have lost their winter food reserves and their livestock, including their home furniture and home appliances. Many families have been evacuated and some are in the process of being evacuated to schools. Power stations and water supply stations were flooded and many of the affected areas have no power and drinking water. 
TC-2016-000119-PAN Tropical Cyclone Panama In Panama, as of 22 November, 19 collective centres across the country have been opened by the government. Thus far, three deaths are reported. The National Emergency Commission of Costa Rica raised the state of alert to yellow, and the Government of Nicaragua declared a red alert. 
DR-2016-000118-KEN Drought Kenya Available secondary source documents analyzed indicate that food security situation is wanting in 19 arid and semi-arid counties in the country. There are indications that the situation is likely to worsen further by January 2017. During the long rains season between March and May 2016, there was heavy flooding of River Tana, which washed away crops and delayed planting amongst the communities living along the river in Garissa and Tana River, resulting in reduced household level food security and dietary intake. Farming communities in marginal agricultural areas continue to have typically low income due to the recent below average agricultural season. As the lean season progresses these communities will continue to rely on the markets for food access. Short rains are the primary production season in these areas, it is expected that poor performance is likely to exacerbate household acute food insecurity with more households moving to even crisis levels.  
FL-2016-000117-ALB Flood Albania Since 7 November 2016, heavy rainfall affected Albania, especially the northern regions of the country. River flows have been rapidly increasing and worsened by illegal constructions next to river basins causing streams of water to descend into towns. The heavy rainfall has made the water levels of the Drini and Mat rivers which feed five hydroelectricity power lakes built on the rivers (Fierza, Koman, Vau i Dejes, Ulza and Shkopet). Authorities have been obliged to open the emergency gates to release the water from the lakes. The rain is nevertheless falling and the flooding is spreading to the Southern region ( Vlora and Fier areas) with the water level of the Vjosa River rising. In these areas 25 houses have been affected and the families have been evacuated from their homes. 
EQ-2016-000116-NZL Earthquake New Zealand A powerful 7.8-magnitude earthquake has jolted New Zealand's South Island and triggered a tsunami, sending people running into the streets in a panic amid a series of aftershocks. At least two people died in the series of violent quakes. 
EP-2016-000115-GHA Epidemic Ghana The first cases of cholera were detected on 21 October 2016, in the Cape Coast district, Central region when a case- patient presented with acute watery diarrhoea. The next day there were two case-patients with similar symptoms also in Cape Coast district. The number of cases detected in peri-urban communities in Cape Coast Metropolitan have continued to rise from 36 cases on the 26 October, to 117 cases on 30 October. By the 2 November, the total number of cases had risen to 172 with zero deaths. The exponential increase in cases indicates high transmission potential of infections in the peri urban communities. 
FL-2016-000114-EGY Flood Egypt Heavy rains over the past few days have resulted in flooding parts of Upper Egypt and the Red Sea coast, affecting the governorates of South Sinai, Red Sea, Sohag, and Ismailiya. According to official estimates as of 29.10.16, 26 people have been killed and 72 injured as a result of intense flooding and related hazards. The torrential rains, which began late on Wednesday, coupled with exceptionally high winds, have forced the authorities to shut four sea ports in Suez and Port Said provinces and to close some schools and main roads. Heavy rains are forecast to continue into early next week. Upper Egypt and Red Sea mountainous regions, impoverished areas with poor infrastructure, receive torrential downpours annually in late October and early November. 
DR-2016-000113-KEN Drought Kenya Most ASAL counties are experiencing some degree of drought stress as the dry season draws to a close. Areas in the south-east and the coast are the most affected since they received below-average rainfall during the long rains season. One county (Kilifi) is in the alarm drought phase, while all others are in alert or normal, with a generally worsening trend. In parts of Kilifi, Garissa, Lamu, Kwale, Taita Taveta, Tana River, Makueni, Kajiado, Narok and Marsabit there are now significant shortages of pasture and water, and in some cases livestock mortality. The food insecurity situation is exacerbated by conflict in some counties, the most serious case in the previous month (September) being along the borders of Isiolo and Garissa where pastoralists' convergence is common. The prospects for the coming months will be determined by the onset and performance of the short rains season. If the season is below average, as currently forecast, or its onset is late, then the drought situation will become significantly worse, with impacts on health and nutrition, household purchasing power, and security. The implications of a poor season are particularly worrying for the marginal agricultural counties which are short rains-dependent. The NDMA in collaboration with county governments and other stakeholders has activated drought contingency plans in seven counties and is supporting all counties to coordinate their response and plan for a possible La Niña event. 
EP-2016-000112-SLB Epidemic Solomon Islands Since August 2016, an unusual increase in dengue-like illness, including the number of NS1 positive cases, has been observed through the National Syndromic Surveillance System of the Ministry of Health and Medical Services (MoHMS). An outbreak of dengue was declared for Honiara, the capital of Solomon Islands, and other parts of Guadalcanal province on 8 October 2016 and expanded to other provinces on 19 October. A total of 1,212 cases of suspected dengue have been reported in Guadalcanal (including Honiara), Malaita and Isabel (798 additional cases reported in situation report #3 for the week of 10-16 October 2016) provinces from 15 August to 16 October 2016, resulting in one death in Honiara. The upward trend is related to enhanced surveillance sites as well as a real upward trend in cases. 
TC-2016-000111-VNM Tropical Cyclone Viet Nam Heavy rainfall by the remnants of Tropical Cyclone AERE that affected the country on 13-14 October as well as by the NW Monsoon has caused extended flooding in central Vietnam. As of 16 October local media reported 24 people killed and nine missing. 
TC-2016-000110-PHL Tropical Cyclone Philippines Some 1,474 families or 7,242 individuals from the 12 towns/cities in Pangasinan, Ilocos Sur, and La Union were affected by Tropical cyclone Haima (local name Lawin) as of 17 Oct 2016. 
CE-2016-000109-IRQ Complex Emergency Iraq The commencement overnight of the operation to retake Mosul city from the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) marks an escalation of the Level 3 emergency in Iraq. Humanitarian partners are deeply concerned about the intensification of fighting and its potential humanitarian consequences for the people of Mosul city who have lived under the control of ISIL since June 2014. (OCHA 17 Oct 2016) 
TC-2016-000108-PHL Tropical Cyclone Philippines A weather disturbance which formed in the sea, east of Philippines has intensified to Typhoon Sarika (local name Karen). The national meteorological agency estimates that Sarika will make landfall in the Aurora Quezon area as an equivalent of Category 2 cyclone early Sunday, 16 October. After landfall, Sarika will gain strength slightly as it traverses landmass before exiting to the sea west of Philippines by Monday, 17 October, and leaving the Philippine Area of Responsibility (PAR) by Tuesday, 18 October 2016. 
EP-2016-000107-YEM Epidemic Yemen Health authorities announced that cholera cases have been confirmed in the capital, Sana'a while others are suspected in the southwestern city of Taiz. 
TC-2016-000106-HTI Tropical Cyclone Haiti  
TC-2016-000106-LCA Tropical Cyclone Saint Lucia Hurricane Matthew rapidly gained power Friday, escalating to a powerful Category 4 storm as it moved over the open Caribbean south of Jamaica, US forecasters said. Packing wind speeds of 140 miles (220 kilometers) per hour, the storm moved in a western direction about 465 miles southeast of Jamaica. A hurricane watch was issued for Jamaica due to the approaching storm, and forecasters warned of tropical storm conditions for Haiti and Cuba in the next two days. 
EP-2016-000105-NER Epidemic Niger From 2 August to 22 September 2016, 64 human cases including 23 deaths have been reported in Tchintabaraden health district in Tahoua region. The area is mainly populated by nomadic stockbreeders. Most of the cases are male (62.5%), and work as farmers or animal breeders. In the affected area, an epizootic outbreak is also reported among livestock during the same time duration, including deaths and abortions among cattle and small ruminants.  
TC-2016-000104-TWN Tropical Cyclone Taiwan (China) Typhoon Megi is projected to make landfall in Taiwan Province of China during the early hours of 27 September as a Category 3 storm, after which it is anticipated to track towards southeast mainland China as a weaker storm bringing significant rainfall. As of 26 September (11:00, UTC+8), the eye of Typhoon Megi (locally known as Helen) was located about 500 km east of the municipality of Basco, Batanes, Philippines with maximum sustained winds up to 150 km/h near the centre and gusts up to 185 km/h. It continues to move towards the Batanes Group of Islands and Taiwan Province of China at 20 km/h. 
FL-2016-000103-IDN Flood Indonesia Torrential rains triggered floods and landslides on the Indonesian island of Java, killing at least 20 villagers and leaving 14 others missing, an official said Wednesday, 21 September 2016. The worst-hit district was West Java's Garut, where 17 people were found dead and 13 others were missing after two rivers overflowed Tuesday night. 
FL-2016-000102-SEN Flood Senegal On the nights of September 4 and 5, 2016, a heavy rain accompanied by strong winds caused significant material and human damage with a large number of affected people. In the area of St. Louis, it was estimated that there were about 1,313 affected families; especially in the department of Dagana that recorded 5 deaths and 106 injured, and destroyed houses, fields, schools, sleeping materials, household goods (chair, clothing, etc.) and walls. In addition, food stock reserves, poultry and livestock were lost in 4 towns and in the 40 villages mentioned below. 
EP-2016-000101-NGA Epidemic Nigeria In August 2016 Nigeria declared the polio outbreak a National Public Health Emergency and Ministers of Health from Cameroon, Central African Republic, Chad, Niger and Nigeria have declared the polio outbreak in Nigeria a Public Health Emergency for Countries of the Lake Chad basin. 
TC-2016-000100-TWN Tropical Cyclone Taiwan (China) Parts of Taiwan were brought to a standstill on 14 September as the strongest typhoon of the year skirted past the island's southern tip, knocking out power for more than 180,000 households. Although super typhoon Meranti did not make landfall, the storm brought record strong winds and torrential rains to eastern and southern Taiwan. The storm is expected to dump as much as 800 millimetres (31.5 inches) of rain in mountainous areas, potentially triggering landslides. Close to 1,500 people have been evacuated from at-risk areas, with about half in temporary shelters, according to the Central Emergency Operation Center. 
EP-2016-000099-BEN Epidemic Benin An initial three cholera cases were reported in So-Ava and an outbreak was declared on 16 August by local government authorities. Reported and verified cases were few in the early weeks and considered manageable by local authorities, but a sharp and heightened spike in the number of confirmed cases between 25 - 30 August in the three main areas of Cotonou, Savalou and So-Ava resulted in a request from Benin Red Cross Society to IFRC for support through DREF to respond. As of 4 September 2016, a total of 281 cases and 9 deaths were recorded with a 3.20% case fatality rate, with Cotonou the most affected area to date.  
EQ-2016-000098-TZA Earthquake Tanzania An earthquake with the magnitude of 5,9 (revised from initially reported 5,7) on the Richter scale, and at a depth of 40km (revised from initially reported 10km) hit the border area between Tanzania, Uganda and Rwanda on 10th September at 15:27 local time. The epicenter was to the east of the north-western town of Nsunga on the border of Lake Victoria and triggered a green GDACS alert. The earthquake is considered 7.99 on the Modified Mercalli Intensity Scale1 which is between very strong and severe 
FL-2016-000097-PRK Flood Korea, Democratic People's Republic Typhoon Lionrock, as well as a low pressure system, has triggered heavy rains over northwestern DPRK, causing the Tumen River to overflow and buildings to collapse. Early findings from the Government indicate that North Hamgyong Province has been most severely affected by extensive flooding, in particular Musan, Onsong, Kyongwon, Kyonghung, Yonsan counties as well as Hoeryong City. Flooding is known to have killed 60 people and displaced over 44,000 people. OCHA, 5 Sep 2016 
TC-2016-000096-CHN Tropical Cyclone China, People's Republic Typhoon Lionrock had forced 46,000 people to flee their homes as of 9:00 a.m. 2 September 2016 in China. The typhoon damaged nearly 1,300 houses and 464,900 hectares of crops, causing estimated economic losses of 1.6 billion yuan. 
TC-2016-000096-JPN Tropical Cyclone Japan Powerful Typhoon Lionrock lashed the Tohoku region late Tuesday afternoon, 30 August 2016 forcing transport services and schools to close down and residents to evacuate. The typhoon prompted some municipalities in Aomori, Iwate and Miyagi prefectures to issue evacuation advisories to a total of around 177,000 people due to possible landslides and high waves. Power outages affected 15,000 households in the region, according to Tohoku Electric Power Co. 
EQ-2016-000095-ITA Earthquake Italy On 24 August 2016, a 6.2 magnitude earthquake struck central Italy. The quake hit at 03:36 (01:36 GMT), 76 km (47 miles) southeast of the city of Perugia, at the very shallow depth of 10km (six miles). Initial reports from the Italian Red Cross indicate severe damages in the towns of Amatrice, Accumoli.and Arquata del Tronto village in central Italy. These towns are not heavily populated, nevertheless, according to international media at least 38 people have been reported killed, many injured and many more are missing. 
FL-2016-000094-IND Flood India Continuous rain in upstream Ganges basin have caused floods in Madhya Pradesh, Bihar and Uttar Pradesh. Flood waters from upstream caused 22 causalities in Bihar while affecting 23.71 lakh people. Ganga and five of its tributaries are flowing above danger level at six places - Digha ghat, Gandhi ghat, Hathidah in Patna, Bhagalpur and Kahalgaon in Bhagalpur district - and in certain points of Munger district and Buxar district. The Central Water Commission reports that water level of Ganga was flowing above danger level at Gandhi Ghat, Digha Ghat and Hathidah (Patna) by 168 cm, 79 cm and 141 cm respectively at 6 AM on 22-Aug-2016. In total 1.4 lakh persons were evacuated to safer places in addition to 1.05 lakh people are sheltered in 162 relief camps across the state.  
FF-2016-000093-LAO Flash Flood Lao People's Democratic Republic Tropical storm Dianmu formed in the South China Sea on 17 August and passed through Lao PDR around 2 days later, causing additional heavy rain which has been occurring since 11 August. Currently several districts in Luangprabang, Houaphan and Xaingabouli are affected, as indicated below.  
FF-2016-000092-MMR Flash Flood Myanmar Tropical storm Dianmu formed in the South China Sea on 17 August and passed through Lao PDR around 2 days later, causing additional heavy rain which has been occurring since 11 August. Currently several districts in Luangprabang, Houaphan and Xaingabouli are affected, as indicated below.  
FL-2016-000091-NER Flood Niger Local authorities and the UN have been delivering food aid for the displaced people, and non-food aid is on its way. The rains are unlikely to ease the pressure on the country's food supply given the damage the flooding has wrought on crops. In 2015, as many as 103,000 people were affected by floods in Niger.  
FL-2016-000090-SEN Flood Senegal A total of 12,180 people have so far been directly affected by floods in Senegal. The Kaffrine area on 24 July received an unprecedented amount of over 175 mm of rainfall in less than a day. According to local authorities, 10,313 people were directly affected by the floods inundating their fields and sweeping away stocks of millet or other crops. Kaolack and Saint Louis also saw localised flooding earlier in July. 
FL-2016-000089-SEN Flood Senegal A total of 12,180 people have so far been directly affected by floods in Senegal. The Kaffrine area on 24 July received an unprecedented amount of over 175 mm of rainfall in less than a day. According to local authorities, 10,313 people were directly affected by the floods inundating their fields and sweeping away stocks of millet or other crops. Kaolack and Saint Louis also saw localised flooding earlier in July. 
EQ-2016-000088-MMR Earthquake Myanmar A powerful 6.8 magnitude earthquake struck central Myanmar Wednesday, killing at least three people and damaging some 60 pagodas in the famous ancient city of Bagan. 
OT-2016-000087-UGA Other Uganda In the month following an escalation of violence in South Sudan, 80,354 people have crossed into Uganda at a rate of approximately 2,592 people per day. Crossings are occurring at Elegu, Arua, Kyriandongo, Moyo and Lamwo.  
TC-2016-000086-JPN Tropical Cyclone Japan Typhoon Mindulle bringing heavy rain and winds of up to 112 mph has hit Japan's capital, Tokyo. Reports from the city say at least one person has died and 29 have been injured in the storm.  
FL-2016-000085-MLI Flood Mali Heavy rainfall, which started on 11 July 2016-23 July 2016 led to extensive flooding. The Gao, Mopti Ségou, and Sikasso regions have been worst affected by the rains and flooding.  
FL-2016-000084-PHL Flood Philippines Intense monsoon rains affected six regions of the country, mostly in Luzon, triggering flooding as well as landslides in some parts of Rizal province and Northern Luzon and forcing over 260,000 people to flee their homes. 
EQ-2016-000083-PER Earthquake Peru Magnitude 5.4 earthquake centered in southern Peru's picturesque Colca Valley killed at least four people, including a 65-year-old U.S. tourist, and left some 30 injured as it toppled adobe homes, authorities said Monday. 
EP-2016-000082-CAF Epidemic Central African Republic On 10 August 2016, a cholera outbreak was declared. The World Health Organization (WHO) and partners are working with the country's Ministry of Health to respond. As of 11 August, there has been 46 confirmed cases and 13 deaths from Djoujou, Damara and Bangui cities. 
FL-2016-000081-GTM Flood Guatemala As of June 2016, 8 people affected and 43 homes damaged by recent rains: The Civil Defense reported that the overflowing of the San Pedrito River damaged some 40 homes in El Milagro in the municipality of Masagua, department of Escuintla. Another sudden flood in the village of Ojo de Agua de Río Hondo, in Zacapa, caused drainage problems, minor damage to three homes and affected 18 people. ([PAHO, 21 Jun 2016] 
FL-2016-000080-BFA Flood Burkina Faso Heavy rainfall, which started in June and continued until 23 July 2016 has led to widespread flooding across four of the 13 regions in the country. It is estimated that up to 10,260 people have been affected, with 10 injures and four deaths also reported. Initial response and support were provided by the government, but this has since been overwhelmed with the continued rains.  
FF-2016-000079-MKD Flash Flood Macedonia Heavy rain affected several parts of the capital city of Skopje from 6-7 August, causing flash floods. Approximately 93 mm of rain were recorded in the city. As of 8 August, national authorities reported at least 21 people dead 70 injured and 1,000 evacuated throughout the city. The worst affected areas are the villages of Stajkovci, Haracinovo, suburbs Butel, Cento and upper Lisice, as well as the ring road near Stajkovci. 
TC-2016-000078-BLZ Tropical Cyclone Belize Over 1000 people are displaced in 13 shelters in Belize City and 550 children are affected after the path of hurricane Earl on August 4. 
TC-2016-000078-GTM Tropical Cyclone Guatemala  
TC-2016-000078-HND Tropical Cyclone Honduras  
TC-2016-000078-MEX Tropical Cyclone Mexico  
FL-2016-000077-BTN Flood Bhutan Since 21 July, monsoon rains and flooding across Bhutan have affected 125 households across 18 districts. Four deaths (including one child) were confirmed by authorities. The floods damaged major road networks isolating villages and disrupting the flow of essential supplies. 
TC-2016-000076-CHN Tropical Cyclone China, People's Republic The Low Pressure Area east of Borongan City, Eastern Samar in the Philippines developed into a Tropical Depression and was locally named "CARINA" (Nida) on 29 July. (Gov't of Philippines, 1 Aug 2016) Tropical Cyclone Nida is now heading towards southern China, and is approximately 294 NM east-southwest of Hong Kong. (Pacific Disaster Center, 1 Aug 2016) 
TC-2016-000076-PHL Tropical Cyclone Philippines On 31 July, Tropical Storm Nida made landfall in northern Cagayan province. As of 1 August, nearly 4 million people were affected and 8,300 people displaced, with 460 people sheltering inside 11 evacuation centres. 
FL-2016-000075-BGD Flood Bangladesh More than a week of flooding has claimed at least 14 lives and drove hundreds of thousands of people from their homes in parts of Bangladesh. An official of the control room under the Ministry of Disaster Management and Relief in capital Dhaka told Xinhua Sunday that "all the 14 deaths occurred in three northern Bangladesh districts - Jamalpur, Kurigram and Gaibandha." 
EP-2016-000074-SSD Epidemic South Sudan Cholera outbreak has been confirmed by MoH in Juba after 10 of the samples (77 per cent) tested positive for Vibrio Cholera Inaba in the National Public Health Laboratory. As of 25 July, a total of 294 suspected cholera cases including 17 deaths have been reported nationwide, with the majority reported in Juba County.  
WF-2016-000073-USA Wild fire United States The blaze, known as the Sand Fire, broke out on 22 July 2016 in the Sand Canyon area near Santa Clarita, on the edge of the Angeles National Forest. The fire covers more than 22,000 acres and residents of about 1,500 homes near Santa Clarita have been evacuated. 
FL-2016-000072-SDN Flood Sudan Heavy rains and flash floods in Singa, the capital of Sennar State have destroyed 1,160 houses and damaged another 1,320 homes, according to the Sudanese Red Crescent Society (SRCS). One public building and 36 latrines were destroyed, while another public building and 50 latrines were damaged, according to the findings of a needs assessment in Singa carried out by SRCS, the government's Humanitarian Aid Commission (HAC) and the General Directorate of Civil Defense on 17 June. 
FL-2016-000071-LBR Flood Liberia From 29 June 2016, Upper and Lower Margibi County in Liberia experienced widespread flooding, which affected more than 15,000 people (15,431) in 49 communities.  
MS-2016-000070-ARM Mud Slide Armenia On 24 June 2016, as a result of heavy hailstorm and rains, an unprecedented mudflow seriously damaged Karchaghbyur village of Gegharqunik region and Artik city of Shirak region with homes, public buildings, streets and bridges as well as agricultural lands seriously affected. Following the disaster, electric power cuts made response activities even more difficult on the local level.  
OT-2016-000069-IRQ Other Iraq The humanitarian situation in Iraq is severe and has recently escalated with the displacement of large numbers of people affected by fighting in Anbar and Ninevah governorates. It is estimated that the conflict has led to approximately 3.4 million people becoming internally displaced across Iraq, with more than 10 million people overall requiring humanitarian assistance and protection. Since March 2016, the number of people displaced by fighting has reached approximately 131,000 people and continues to rise. 
FL-2016-000068-NPL Flood Nepal Unknown Flash Flood caused devastation in two hydropower projects. Cause may be either Glacier Lake Outburst Flood or Landslide lake Outburst Flood in Tibet, China 
TC-2016-000067-CHN Tropical Cyclone China, People's Republic On 9 July 2016 Typhoon Nepartak made a second landfall in eastern China's Fujian Province. As of 10 July, authorities reported six people had been killed and eight people were missing. A total of 449,000 people were affected by the typhoon including some 203,000 people in 10 cities who were temporarily evacuated. 
TC-2016-000067-PHL Tropical Cyclone Philippines Tropical Cyclone Nepartak formed over the northwestern Pacific Ocean near the island of Guam on 3 July. In China, severe weather including heavy rain, strong winds, and hail has caused floods and landslides, especially in the south-eastern parts of the country. Heavy rain and strong winds may affect the south-eastern areas of the country after 8 July. The cyclone entered the Philippine Area of Responsibility (PAR) in the afternoon of 5 July. 
TC-2016-000067-TWN Tropical Cyclone Taiwan (China) Thousands of tourists have been evacuated from offshore islands ahead of category five Typhoon Nepartak in Taiwan. 
FL-2016-000066-PAK Flood Pakistan Floods in the Chitral district of Pakistan damaged houses and a mosque killing at least 30, officials said. 
ST-2016-000065-HUN SEVERE LOCAL STORM Hungary On 21.06.2016 heavy rains and a hail storm hit a part of Szabolcs-Szatmár-Bereg County in the north-eastern part of Hungary. The first reports from the National Disaster Management under the Ministry of Interior (MoI NDGDM) mention more than 750 damaged buildings. 
FL-2016-000064-CHN Flood China, People's Republic Hurricane-force winds, freak hailstorms, pounding rain and a tornado killed 78 people in China's eastern province of Jiangsu on Thursday and injured nearly 500 others 
TO-2016-000064-CHN Tornadoes China, People's Republic Hurricane-force winds, freak hailstorms, pounding rain and a tornado killed 78 people in China's eastern province of Jiangsu on Thursday and injured nearly 500 others 
FL-2016-000063-JPN Flood Japan At least six people died and one was missing on 22 June 2016 as record-breaking rains battered parts of southwestern Japan still reeling from earthquakes two months ago, setting off flooding and landslides. 
FF-2016-000062-IDN Flash Flood Indonesia Flash floods and landslides killed 24 people in Indonesia's Central Java province, officials said on Sunday (19 June 2016), forcing residents to evacuate to safer areas as torrential rains damaged thousands of homes. 
FL-2016-000061-RUS Flood Russia In the period between 4 and 10 June 2016, heavy rains caused severe consequences of disasters in the number of regions of North Caucasus of Russia: Republic of Dagestan, Republic of North Ossetia and Chechen Republic.  
FL-2016-000060-IND Flood India On 8 June 2016, the India Meteorological Department officially announced the onset of the southwest monsoon season. 616 families were affected in Uttarakhand. 
EP-2016-000059-UGA Epidemic Uganda The Ministry of Health of Uganda has reported 68 suspected cases of yellow fever since the beginning of the outbreak on 9 April 2016 to 8 June 2016.  
FL-2016-000058-MMR Flood Myanmar Heavy monsoon rains since the beginning of June have caused flooding in five states and regions of Myanmar. According to the initial reports from the Government Relief and Resettlement Department, at least 26,000 people are affected in Ayeyarwady, Bago and Sagaing regions as well as Chin and Rakhine states. A total of 14 deaths have been reported from the Union-level Relief and Resettlement Department, media sources and the Rakhine State Government. 
EP-2016-000057-SYC Epidemic Seychelles According to the Ministry of Health, 253 people has tested positive for dengue since January up to 21 May 2016. There has been an exponential increase in the number of cases of Dengue from week 16 onwards with the highest weekly confirmed cases recorded being 66 for week 19. In total 175 males and 96 females tested positive for dengue (253 cases). The cases ranged from 2 to 79 years old, with 85% of cases being less than 40 years old. 
FL-2016-000056-USA Flood United States Heavy rain has been falling in parts of Texas since late May. As many as 11 people have now died in floods in Texas since the heavy rain began on 26 May. 
EQ-2016-000055-IDN Earthquake Indonesia On 2 June, a 6.5 magnitude earthquake struck 79 km off the southwestern coast of West Sumatra province at a depth of 72 km. Authorities reported that the quake damaged a hospital and 912 houses in West Sumatra and Bengkulu provinces. At least 30 people were injured including some during evacuation.  
FL-2016-000054-HTI Flood Haiti More than 9,000 families have been affected and thousands of homes were damaged by floods especially in the West, North, Center, and Nippes department. 
EP-2016-000053-SOM Epidemic Somalia A major spike in cases of acute watery diarrhoea (AWD) and cholera in southern and central Somalia is of serious concern. Over 7,000 AWD/cholera cases have been reported in the first quarter of 2016, a significant increase from the 5,257 cases reported in all of 2015. The data collected from 247 routine sentinel surveillance health facilities indicates that more than half were children under the age of five. Of the 300 deaths reported, 40 per cent were among children under five.  
TC-2016-000052-BGD Tropical Cyclone Bangladesh Humanitarian partners are on alert and making preparations in Cox's Bazar in Bangladesh and Rakhine State in Myanmar/Burma, where the heavy rainfall, wind and storm surge are a source of concern for displaced people living in makeshift or bamboo shelters along the coastline. These areas were seriously affected last year by Cyclone Komen. 
TC-2016-000052-IND Tropical Cyclone India Tropical Cyclone ROANU continued moving north-east over the western Bay of Bengal, near the eastern coasts of India, retaining its intensity. On 20 May at 0.00 UTC its centre was located approx. 80 km south-east of Srikakulam district (Andhra Pradesh state, India) and it had max. sustained wind speed of 83 km/h. The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) has issued a cyclone alert for the coastal states of Andhra Pradesh and Odisha. The Government of Odisha has also issued warning for 12 districts. Ten teams of the Odisha Disaster Rapid Action Force (ODRAF) and fire service personnel have been put on alert to be ready for operation. Over the next 48 h, the cyclone is forecast to strengthen as it continues moving north-east. It may reach Chittagong division (Bangladesh) on 21 May with estimated max. sustained winds of 100-130 km/h. Heavy rain, strong winds and storm surge are expected to affect southern Bangladesh and western Myanmar/Burma. A storm surge of 1.5 m is expected on the coastal area of Kutudbia (Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh) on 21 May morning (UTC). 
TC-2016-000052-MMR Tropical Cyclone Myanmar Tropical Cyclone ROANU continued moving north-east over the western Bay of Bengal, near the eastern coasts of India, retaining its intensity. On 20 May at 0.00 UTC its centre was located approx. 80 km south-east of Srikakulam district (Andhra Pradesh state, India) and it had max. sustained wind speed of 83 km/h. Over the next 48 h, the cyclone is forecast to strengthen as it continues moving north-east. It may reach Chittagong division (Bangladesh) on 21 May with estimated max. sustained winds of 100-130 km/h. Heavy rain, strong winds and storm surge are expected to affect southern Bangladesh and western Myanmar/Burma. A storm surge of 1.5 m is expected on the coastal area of Kutudbia (Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh) on 21 May morning (UTC).  
LS-2016-000051-IDN Land Slide Indonesia Fifteen students holidaying at a popular tourist spot in western Indonesia have been killed in a landslide. Heavy rain and flash flooding triggered a major landslide Sunday at a famous "two-coloured" waterfall at Sibolangit in the north of Sumatra island.  
FL-2016-000050-LKA Flood Sri Lanka A depression in the South East of Sri Lanka has resulted in torrential rains creating a minor flood situation in the country. 
MS-2016-000049-TJK Mud Slide Tajikistan Mudflows triggered by heavy rains and strong winds affected 11 districts of the Sughd Province in north-western Tajikistan, killing 3 people and severely damaging approximately 170 houses along with public infrastructure and arable land. IFRC UPDATE: Other affected districts: Nurobod, Sangvor, Rasht, Rudaky, Kulob, Darvoz - See total figures below 
DR-2016-000048-TMP Drought East Timor Due to the current El Niño effect, Timor Leste's annual rainy/wet season (which normally lasts from December to March) has been low - and delayed in some areas - leading to drought conditions in many parts of the country. A rapid assessment conducted by the Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries (MAF) estimates that at least 120,000 people have been severely affected across five districts (Baucau, Covalima, Lautem, Oecusse and Viqueque), with 45.9 per cent of households across the country likely to experience food insecurity from April to June. In addition to its effects on food security, the situation has resulted in water shortages and directly affected the livelihoods of thousands of people, especially rural and agriculture-dependent populations. Some communities that are experiencing sporadic rainfall are able to replant short-duration crops (as part of the second cropping period). However, the effects of El Niño are largely affecting communities that are more reliant on livestock and single-season farming. The loss of livestock for many translates to the loss of their ?banked? wealth and will have an impact on the ability of such households to send their children to school and to pay other household expenses. Since livestock is also used for tilling the land, loss in livestock will make it harder for farmers to prepare their land for replanting.  
FL-2016-000047-SOM Flood Somalia Heavy rains reported in parts of Somalia have led to flash floods and river flooding in the country including in Puntland, Bari region in Bali Dhiddin district. 
FL-2016-000046-SOM Flood Somalia Heavy rains reported in parts of Somalia have led to flash floods and river flooding in the country including in Puntland, Bari region in Bali Dhiddin district. 
FL-2016-000045-ETH Flood Ethiopia Exceptional and extensive flooding across Ethiopia from the current Belg/spring rains has resulted in the reported displacement of 19,557 households in Afar, Amhara, Harari, Oromia, SNNP and Somali. 
FL-2016-000044-CHN Flood China, People's Republic At least nine people have died and another three are missing after heavy rain pounded south China for days, disrupting traffic and affecting millions in the region. 
LS-2016-000044-CHN Land Slide China, People's Republic A total of 41 people were missing as of 9: 30 p.m. after a heavy rain-triggered landslide hit a hydropower station in southeast China's Fujian Province on the morning of 8 May 2016. 
WF-2016-000043-CAN Wild fire Canada The massive wildfire that forced almost 90,000 people to evacuate in Alberta is growing and approaching the neighboring province of Saskatchewan. Dry and extremely windy conditions are fueling the blaze, which has already scorched more than 1,560 square kilometers (602 square miles) and ravaged the city of Fort McMurray. 
FL-2016-000042-KEN Flood Kenya Heavy rainfall has been observed in various parts of the country over the last few days. Nairobi County has so far seen the worst effects of the rains that have affected a total of approximately 792HHs due to flooding in the various estates and has also led to a collapse of one residential building in Huruma. As at the time of this Sitrep, 16 deaths had been confirmed and 135 people injured and treated for multiple type injuries.  
FL-2016-000041-URY Flood Uruguay Heavy rains in April, as well as a tornado, have caused flooding and destroyed homes in various areas in Uruguay. According to Uruguay's National Emergency System's (SINAE) 21 April 2016 report, both events have displaced more than 10,000 people. 
EP-2016-000040-PNG Epidemic Papua New Guinea On 11 March 2016, the National Department of Health of Papua New Guinea reported that 6 cases of Zika virus infection had been confirmed through retrospective testing of samples taken from patients presenting with a febrile illness between July 2014 and March 2016. Cases were confirmed by polymerase chain reaction (PCR). None of the patients positive for Zika virus had travelled outside Papua New Guinea prior to their illness. 
ST-2016-000039-MMR SEVERE LOCAL STORM Myanmar Since 19 April, strong winds, hail and heavy rains have affected over 40 townships across Mandalay and Sagaing regions and Shan, Kachin and Chin states. Over 1,100 houses were destroyed and 11,600 houses damaged. As of 25 April, authorities confirmed 14 deaths and 18 people injured due to the severe weather conditions - these figures are expected to change as more information becomes available. In Kachin, strong winds destroyed internally displaced persons (IDP) shelter and camp structures. 
TC-2016-000038-WSM Tropical Cyclone Samoa Tropical Cyclone Amos has strengthened in the southwest Pacific and forecast to pass close to Samoa's southern coast as a category three storm overnight Saturday, 23 April 2016  
FL-2016-000037-SAU Flood Saudi Arabia Heavy rains have lashed Saudi Arabia for several days and the education ministry closed schools in and around the capital Riyadh. Rains and flooding have killed 18 people throughout Saudi Arabia. 
FF-2016-000036-IRN Flash Flood Iran, Islamic Republic Torrential rain spread across Iran from the morning of Wednesday 13 April 2016 until the weekend, wreaking havoc across the country. These flash floods have inflicted serious damage across 12 provinces, with Lorestan and Ilam in the west, Kurdistan and Kermanshah in northwest, and Khuzestan in the southwest, being among the worst-hit. 
EQ-2016-000035-ECU Earthquake Ecuador A powerful 7.8-magnitude earthquake rocked Ecuador Saturday, sending high-rises swaying in the country's biggest city of Guayaquil and knocking out power in much of the capital Quito. 
FF-2016-000034-YEM Flash Flood Yemen Flash floods caused by heavy rains on 13 and 14 April have inundated a number of districts in seven governorates in Yemen - Al Hudaydah, Amran, Hajjah, Sana'a, Al Mahwit, Aden, and Marib affecting an estimated 4,000 families (24,000 people). While estimations of deaths are still being verified initial information indicate that at least 20 people have been killed. 
EQ-2016-000033-JPN Earthquake Japan At least two people were killed and 45 injured by a magnitude-6.5 earthquake that knocked down houses and buckled roads in Kyushu on Thursday night. 
EP-2016-000032-MDV Epidemic Maldives On 7 January 2016, the National IHR Focal Point of Maldives notified WHO of a case of Zika virus infection with onset of symptoms in June 2015, in a patient returning from Finland. 
EP-2016-000031-VNM Epidemic Viet Nam On 5 April 2016, the National IHR Focal Point of Viet Nam notified WHO of 2 confirmed cases of locally-acquired Zika virus infection.These are the first autochthonous cases of Zika virus infection detected in Viet Nam in 2016. The risk of a global spread of Zika virus to areas where the competent vectors, the Aedes mosquitoes, are present is significant given the wide geographical distribution of these mosquitoes in various regions of the world. 
EQ-2016-000030-MMR Earthquake Myanmar A 6.9-magnitude quake hit northern Myanmar on 13 April. 
EP-2016-000029-ZMB Epidemic Zambia Since 5 February, 567 cumulative cases of cholera have been reported in Zambia; 481 in Lusaka City and 1 in Rufunsa district in Lusaka Province; 23 in Chibombo in Central province, 61 in Nsama in Northern Province and 1 in Ndola in Copperbelt Province. One hundred and fifty six (156) of these cases have been laboratory confirmed as cholera. 
EQ-2016-000028-AFG Earthquake Afghanistan This earthquake can have a high humanitarian impact based on the Magnitude and the affected population and their vulnerability. 
FL-2016-000027-PNG Flood Papua New Guinea In Jiwaka the Wagi valley has flooded and numerous landslides have occurred because of heavy rains. It is estimated that five thousand households are affected by flooding or landslides. One of the biggest concerns remains food security. 
FL-2016-000026-PNG Flood Papua New Guinea In Jiwaka the Wagi valley has flooded and numerous landslides have occurred because of heavy rains. It is estimated that five thousand households are affected by flooding or landslides. One of the biggest concerns remains food security. 
FL-2016-000025-SRB Flood Serbia Heavy rainfalls occurred in Western part of Serbia in the first week of March (6-7 March), which caused rivers to spill over and affected the levels of major rivers and streams in Western and Southern Morava rivers. State of emergency was declared in the municipalities of Arilje and Lu?ani since rivers Bjelica and Moravica flooded local roads, homes and other infrastructures such as factories and schools. As a result of continuous rains, further flooding affected other areas of the country, bringing a number of municipalities to declare a state of natural disaster as of 8th of March. In municipalities where the state of emergency was declared until 8th of March about 710 households were flooded and 154 people were evacuated.  
FL-2016-000024-FJI Flood Fiji Tropical Disturbance TD15F lies just southwest of Fiji and is moving southeastwards.The towns of Nadi and Rakiraki have been without power for two days and are cut off by floodwater, as are many remote villages. More than 1,000 people are sheltering in 69 evacuation centres in the Western and Central divisions. 
TS-2016-000023-VUT Tsunami Vanuatu This earthquake is expected to have a medium humanitarian impact based on the magnitude and the affected population and their vulnerability. 
WF-2016-000022-PHL Wild fire Philippines The wildfire that started on 26 March 2016 has already ruined more than 400 hectares of habitat in the Mt. Apo Natural Park (MANP) mostly on its grasslands. 
FL-2016-000021-PAK Flood Pakistan Heavy rain in the north of the country have caused floods and landslides, leaving at least 80 people dead, 102 injured and 258 homes damaged in the provinces of FATA, Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa, Balochistan and Punjab as well as in the administrative division of Azad Jammu and Kashmir. 
EP-2016-000020-NER Epidemic Niger From 1 January to the end of February, Niger recorded 417 cases of meningitis, including 34 deaths. One district in the region of Niamey has reached the epidemic threshold, and two districts in the regions of Dosso and Tillabery have hit the alert level. This year, health authorities have identified 21 districts as being at risk. During the same period last year, around 100 cases had been recorded, rising to 345 by the end of March 2015. 
FL-2016-000019-HTI Flood Haiti More than 10,000 families have been affected by floods, which particularly impacted the provinces of Nord, Grande-Anse, and Ouest. 
WF-2016-000018-IDN Wild fire Indonesia Indonesia's western province of Riau has declared a state of emergency over forest and land fires blazing on the island of Sumatra. 
DR-2016-000017-PHL Drought Philippines After an alarming drop in the water inflow at Zamboanga City's main reservoir, the city has tightened its water rationing, which is now also affecting about 16,100 internally displaced people (IDPs) distributed over 12 transition sites. 
CW-2016-000016-MAR Cold Wave Morocco A cold has affected Morocco on Saturday 27 February, 2016 and has generated westerly winds that has brought extreme and exceptionally low temperatures as per the National Directorate of Meteorology. 
EP-2016-000015-TGO Epidemic Togo As of 15 February 2016, the district of Dankpen reported a total of 219 cases and 12 deaths (Case fatality rate (CFR): 5.5%) and the district of Bassar reported a total 63 cases including nine deaths (CFR: 14.3%). Following investigations (in the district of Dankpen), it was identified that the causal agent was Neisseria meningitides W135. It should be noted that that are concerns that the epidemic is expanding to other areas, not only in the districts of Kara region but also to neighbouring areas - since 5 February 2016, two cases have been reported in the Central region. It is possible, if action is not undertaken that the situation becomes a wider regional issue extending beyond Ghana and Togo to other countries in West Africa.  
TC-2016-000014-FJI Tropical Cyclone Fiji Tropical Cyclone Winston made landfall on 20 February, with wind gusts of up to 325 km/h, as estimated by The Joint Typhoon Warning Centre. As of 9am (GMT +12) on 22 February Tropical Cyclone Winton's centre ([930HPA] Category 5) was located at approximately 17.4 south 175.3 east, about 175km west of Viwa and 230km west of Nadi. The cyclone is moving west at about 22km per hour. At its centre the cyclone is estimated to have wind speeds of 250km per hour, with momentary gusts of 285km per hour. The Government of Fiji has declared a state of emergency at 1pm on Saturday, 20 February, which will remain in place for 30 days. 
TC-2016-000014-TON Tropical Cyclone Tonga People in Fiji's Southern Lau Group of islands are on alert for a possible severe tropical cyclone with winds gusting to 180 kmph. Category 3 Tropical Cyclone Winston started moving northeastward and is forecast to pass close to Fiji's Ono-i-Lau before moving over the islands of the Vava'u and Ha'apai groups in central Tonga. It will be the second time the Lau Group has been impacted by a cyclone this year. Fijian authorities are issuing regular warnings and OCHA has been in touch with the NDMO in Tonga where early preparations are also underway. 
EP-2016-000013-AGO Epidemic Angola On 21 January 2016, the National IHR Focal Point of Angola notified WHO of an outbreak of yellow fever. The first cases were identified in the district of Viana (Luanda province) on 5 December 2015. As of 8 February, a total of 164 suspected cases and 37 deaths had been reported in Angola. 
EQ-2016-000012-TWN Earthquake Taiwan (China) A 6.4-magnitude earthquake struck Taiwan early on 6 February. At least 30 people have been rescued after four buildings collapsed. 
FL-2016-000011-TZA Flood Tanzania Mid-January 2016, heavy rains in Dodoma region caused significant flooding, affecting 546 families and leaving 668 individuals displaced and homeless.  
EP-2016-000010-TON Epidemic Tonga The Minister of Health, Hon. Saia Piukala this morning confirmed in the Legislative Assembly that Zika virus which is spread by mosquito is in Tonga. Five reported cases have now been confirmed by the Health Ministry (Govt. of Tonga, 03 Feb, 2016)  
FL-2016-000009-IDN Flood Indonesia Between 19 and 23 Jan, local authorities reported floods in Sumatra (Jambi and South Sumatra provinces), Java (Central Java and East Java provinces), and Sulawesi (South Sulawesi and North Sulawesi provinces). Following torrential rains, landslides killed three people in Kerinci District, Jambi Province on 20 Jan and one person in Manado Regency, North Sulawesi Province on 21 Jan. This flooding inundated at least 4,900 houses. Local authorities have provided emergency assistance. 
EP-2016-000008-NGA Epidemic Nigeria A suspected outbreak of Lassa viral hemorrhagic fever was announced in Nigeria on 8 January (AFP 13/01/2016). On 14 January, official records states at least 140 suspected cases and 30 confirmed cases, including 53 deaths, in 14 states indicating a case fatality rate (CFR) of 37.9% (NCDC 14/01/2016). As of 20 January, local media has reported as many as 212 suspected cases and 63 deaths in 17 states (IBI 20/01/2016).  
EP-2016-000007-HTI Epidemic Haiti On 18 January 2016, the National IHR Focal Point for Haiti notified PAHO/WHO of 5 laboratory-confirmed cases of Zika virus infection. 
CW-2016-000006-JPN Cold Wave Japan Heavy snow in eastern and northeastern Japan wreaked havoc with transportation systems and injured about 250 people 18 January 2016 as central Tokyo was blanketed with 6 cm. 
OT-2016-000005-LSO Other Lesotho Lesotho last had normal rainfall between April and May 2015. This made it difficult for Basotho (Lesotho people) to be engaged in winter ploughing due to scarce moisture. The first rains were expected between August, September, October and November, but in vain it is reported that vegetation conditions experienced in November 2015 were at their lowest in 15 years. According to the December 2015 FEWSNET report the strong El Niño event enhanced probabilities of below-normal rainfall and continued dry conditions in Southern Africa. Lesotho`s onset of rains was delayed by 30-40 days affecting land preparation and other agricultural activities. Of the few people who managed to plant their fields, the crops are dying off due to this prolonged dry spell. These conditions have also negatively affected livestock conditions due to poor pastures and limited availability of water. The prolonged dry spells and drought not only affected maize production but other crops such as sorghum, beans, peas and wheat have also been affected, and harvests are down and low yields are therefore expected. The drought situation resulted in a 51% cereal deficit of the required 247,000 metric tonnes. Out of 10 districts the 5 hard to reach districts in Lesotho are the most affected including Qacha's Nek, Mokhotlong, Thaba Tseka, Quthing and Mafeteng. 
CW-2016-000004-MNG Cold Wave Mongolia Mongolia is experiencing very low temperatures and heavy snowfall since early November 2015. Temperatures are expected to persist on average of below -25 degrees Celsius during daytime, affecting more than 965,000 people. 
FL-2016-000003-ARG Flood Argentina Heavy rains have been recorded in many parts of Argentina since early December. The most affected provinces in Argentina are Entre Ríos and Corrientes where in total 6 deaths have been registered. In total, 3,430 households (HHs), approximately 17,951 people, have been affected, including 1,073 HHs (5,365 people) who have been displaced.  
DR-2016-000002-COL Drought Colombia Colombia has declared a red alert in 23 provinces because of low water levels in two key rivers which supply hundreds of towns and cities.  
EQ-2016-000001-BGD Earthquake Bangladesh A powerful earthquake struck South Asia before dawn on Monday, killing at least nine people and injuring nearly 200, with efforts to rescue those trapped in rubble hampered by severed power supplies and telecommunication links. Media in Bangladesh reported three people died of heart attacks with police saying at least 90 were injured. 
EQ-2016-000001-IND Earthquake India At least two people were reported dead after a strong 6.7 magnitude earthquake struck northeast India near the country's borders with Myanmar and Bangladesh, sending panicked residents fleeing into the streets. Dozens more were injured in the scramble to escape buildings in India and Bangladesh after they were woken by the early morning tremor.  
EP-2015-000184-MWI Epidemic Malawi The cholera outbreak which started in December 2015 continues to be a challenge in the country, particularly in districts surrounding Lake Chirwa, although the number of new cases has been declining in recent weeks. As of 31st March 2016 a cumulative total of 1,073 cholera cases were registered in 10 out of 28 districts with 21 deaths, representing a Case Fatality Rate (CFR) of 1.96%. During the last week of March, a total of 32 new cholera cases were recorded as compared to 33 recorded in the previous week. 
CE-2015-000183-SSD Complex Emergency South Sudan Cereal prices have shot up nearly five-fold since early last year, making it increasingly difficult for people to get enough to eat, according to a new joint Crop and Food Security Assessment Mission by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and the World Food Programme (WFP). Some 5.8 million people, or nearly half of the country's population, are unsure where their next meal will come from, while the rate of severe food insecurity has now reached 12 percent, double the rate of one year ago. 
CE-2015-000182-BDI Complex Emergency Burundi Since April 2015, the political and security situation in Burundi has been tense with violence continuing in the capital, Bujumbura, and in some of the provinces, in the aftermath of President Nkurunziza's decision to run for another term. Since November 2015, apart from the civil unrest, the population has also been affected by multiple emergencies, the impact of which has been exacerbated by the political and security situation. These include the El Niño phenomena, internal displacement, food insecurity, and increased risk of infections and water borne diseases (e.g. cholera and malaria).  
DR-2015-000181-IDN Drought Indonesia Over 1.2 million people are in need of food assistance in Indonesia as a drought-related food crisis has been affecting most of the country since August 2015. El Niño meant that the rainy season did not start in December as expected: after a short period of average rain in the first days of January, rainfall returned to well below-average in February.  
DR-2015-000180-VNM Drought Viet Nam Severe drought has impacted all provinces in the Mekong Delta, Southern Central and Central highland regions since the end of 2015. 39 out of Viet Nam's 63 provinces have requested support from central government to cope with the most severe El Nino / drought in 90 years. Currently 10 provinces have declared drought emergencies. 
EP-2015-000179-AGO Epidemic Angola Angola is experiencing its first confirmed yellow fever outbreak in 30 years. The first cases were identified in the district of Viana (Luanda province) on 5 December 2015. According to data collected by Cruz Vermelha de Angola (CVA), there have been 277 suspected cases of yellow fever (cumulative) and 65 deaths (CFR 23.5%). The majority of cases have been reported in Luanda. Other affected provinces include Cabinda, Cuanza Sul, Huambo, Huila and Uige.1 Two previous yellow fever outbreaks in Angola were recorded in 1971 and 1986. Yellow fever is an acute viral haemorrhagic disease transmitted by infected mosquitoes.. There are an estimated 130,000 cases of yellow fever reported yearly, causing 44,000 deaths worldwide each year, with 90 percent occurring in Africa.1  
EP-2015-000178-CAF Epidemic Central African Republic On 4 December 2015, two children aged 9 and 5 from a hunter family in Lengo village, 15 kilometres from Bakouma in the Mbomou Province, eastern Central African Republic (CAR), were taken to the Bakouma health Centre suffering from unidentified disease with rashes all over their bodies. On the 10 December 2015, in response to the outbreak in Bangassou, the WHO facilitated an initial assessment carried out by the Ministry of Health (MoH) in the affected province and a joint mission was undertaken by the health district and Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) Belgium. On 17 December 2015, the children were later transferred to the Bangassou Regional hospital run by an international non-governmental organization (NGO) and MSF. While at the hospital, the children's condition got worse. As such, samples were taken and sent to the Pasteur Institute of Bangui for Laboratory test. On the 29 December 2015, following the testing of samples and diagnosis, the Minister of Health declared a Monkey-pox epidemic outbreak and requested World Health Organization (WHO)'s support in carrying out further analysis and immediate response.  
OT-2015-000177-HTI Other Haiti Over the past two decades, Haiti has registered collective deportations of tens of thousands of Haitian migrants, most during election periods. An agreement on a repatriation mechanisms protocol was signed in 1999 between the Dominican Republic and Haiti; however, it was never implemented. A review of this protocol has been requested by the Haitian government. In the current environment, it is imperative that steps be considered in order to manage all cases that correspond to the three categories of people identified as migrants and their descendants under Dominican law as: - Group A: People born to foreign parents in the Dominican Republic and recorded in the civil status registries and members of their families; - Group B: Those born in the Dominican Republic, but who have never been recorded in the civil status registries; There is a third category, which consists of economic migrants in irregular situations: - Group C: Immigrants in the Dominican Republic in irregular situations (mostly Haitian) are estimated at over 300,000 people, with around 250,000 who do not have documentation. Currently, there are operations to deport irregular migrants operations (from 500 to 1,000 per week according to information gathered from civil society organizations present at the border), and the deportations are mostly outside of any established repatriation mechanism between the two countries. According to the reports, in addition to the four official border crossings, hundreds of illegal crossing points are used, making the process of identification and the provision of assistance to affected populations very difficult. The Haitian government considers the risks associated with mass deportations as high, with the possibility of spontaneous movements of population on both sides of the border, accompanied by acts of violence or riots. 
FL-2015-000176-BDI Flood Burundi The current rainy season has been causing severe damages to housing due the El Niño climate event since November 2015, and is expected to continue until May 2016. Until mid-January 2016, heavy rains and floods resulted in the damage and/or the destruction of 5,068 houses in Burundi, affecting 30,408 persons who are in need of assistance in shelter/NFI, based on assessments conducted by the authorities with support from the Burundian Red Cross. Out of these affected 5,068 households, 276 found refuge in two IDP sites set up in November 2015 and January 2016 respectively in Rumonge province, with the majority of the households displaced in host families. Heavy rains mixed with strong winds, landslides, floods and thunderstorms also characterized the period from 13 to 25 January all over the country, causing 28 dead and 22 wounded. 703 houses were destroyed and 24 damaged, while 36 schools and 22 bridges were also destroyed, as reported in the assessment conducted by the Provincial Platform for Risk Prevention and Disaster Management, the Red Cross of Burundi, and the Civil Protection. 
EP-2015-000175-BRA Epidemic Brazil In May 2015, Zika virus was first confirmed as the cause of an outbreak of a dengue-like disease in northern and eastern Brazil. In the district of Camaçari and the neighboring city Salvador, capital of the state of Bahia, a previously unknown disease affecting patients with flu-like symptoms followed by rash and arthralgia, was shown to be caused by Zika virus by researchers from the Federal University of Bahia using the reverse transcription polymerase chain reaction (RT-PCR) technique. The spread followed a pattern similar to an outbreak of chikungunya virus in the same region, another disease previously unknown to the local population. 
EP-2015-000175-DOM Epidemic Dominican Republic On 23 January 2016, the Pan American Health Organization/World Health Organization (PAHO/WHO) reported the presence of the Zika virus in the Dominican Republic after 10 cases were confirmed, eight were contracted locally and two were imported from El Salvador.  
EP-2015-000175-HND Epidemic Honduras By 18 February 2016, country-wide accumulated suspected cases of Zika since December added up to 4,590, and 2 confirmed cases. . The World Health Organisation (WHO) has also declared an international emergency due to the increased number of cases of children born with microcephaly, Guillain-Barré Syndrome (GBS), as well as other neurological disorders associated with the Zika virus in several sectors of the population  
ST-2015-000174-BTN SEVERE LOCAL STORM Bhutan The December 26 windstorm has affected the roofs of 80 houses including three government structures in Lunana, Bhutan. 
EQ-2015-000173-AFG Earthquake Afghanistan On 25 December 2015, a 6.2 magnitude earthquake occurred in the Hindu Kush region of Afghanistan. Five provinces are affected. 12 people have been injured and 16 houses have been damaged. 
TO-2015-000172-USA Tornadoes United States In southern U.S., severe storms killed at least 11 people, and Mississippi declared a state of emergency in areas pounded by tornadoes. 
FL-2015-000171-PRY Flood Paraguay atypical flash flooding from the overflowing Jejuí, Paraguay, Aguaray mi, Aguaray Guazú Rivers in the department of San Pedro II. According to the second report issued by the San Pedro department operations centre, 17,565 people (3,513 families) have been affected by the rains, flooding, storms, and hail that have been occurring since mid-November - 2,285 people are in shelters and 2,600 people remain cut off. The intense and constant rains during this period have dumped some 350.2mm of rain between 23 November and 14 December.  
TC-2015-000170-PHL Tropical Cyclone Philippines A tropical depression, locally named "Onyok", is heading for the southern island of Mindanao in the southern Philippines, as people in northern farming regions battle floods from deadly Typhoon Melor. 
FL-2015-000169-KEN Flood Kenya Heavy rainfall has caused floodings in the west and parts of the Rift Valley, central highlands, southeastern lowlands and the coastal region. Garissa and Tana River are particularly affected with more than 100,000 people displaced. 
TC-2015-000168-PHL Tropical Cyclone Philippines A strong tropical storm barreled toward the Philippines on 13 December 2015, threatening the disaster-prone nation's east coast with giant waves, flooding and landslides, civil defence officials warned. Forecasters said Tropical Storm Melor could strengthen into a full-fledged typhoon by 14 December 2015 when it is expected to strike the central island of Samar. 
VO-2015-000167-ECU Volcano Ecuador On 19 November, an orange alert was declared for the cantons of Quero and Mocha in Tungurahua and the cantons of Penipe and Guano in Chimborazo due to the potential eruption of the Tunguraga Volcano. The total estimated population at risk is 130,042 people. 
EQ-2015-000166-TJK Earthquake Tajikistan On 7 December 2015, a 7.2 magnitude earthquake in Gorno-Badakhshan left at least two people trapped and killed under the rock-falls, and more than 14 injured. Hundreds of houses are fully or partially damaged, and education and other social facilities have been destroyed or damaged. 
FL-2015-000165-MDV Flood Maldives Southern Addu City has suffered the worst storm damage in 40 years after 12 continuous hours of torrential rain left streets inundated and flooded some 200 households. 
FL-2015-000164-COD Flood Congo Democratic Republic More than 180 000 people have been affected by floods since 7 November in Tshopo Province, a region already affected by cholera.  
TC-2015-000163-IND Tropical Cyclone India A depression formed over southwest Bay of Bengal on 8th November 2015 morning was intensified into a cyclone named as Rovan over southwest Bay of Bengal. It crossed North Tamil Nadu coast on 10th November between Puducherry and Cuddalore the same day. Under the influence of this system, heavy to very heavy rainfall occurred over many parts of Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka. Some areas of Tamil Nadu saw 55cm (21.7 inches) of rainfall between 09 and 16 November 2015. Heavy rain pounded the coastal districts of Tamil Nadu again on 23rd November causing new floods. The heavy rainfall caused widespread flooding. Deaths of people has been reported and caused widespread displacement of the people living in low-lying areas across the districts in the three states adjoining each other. Floods were also intensified due to release of water from small and medium reservoirs causing heavy influx of flood waters inundating many areas in the affected districts. 
FL-2015-000162-QAT Flood Qatar Qatar was hit by more than a year's worth of rain in a matter of hours, almost bringing the country to a standstill and prompting the country's prime minister to order an inquiry. The deluge in Doha blocked several roads, making some impassable for commuters and causing huge congestion  
FL-2015-000162-SAU Flood Saudi Arabia One person has been reported as killed in the floods in Riyadh Region, Saudi Arabia in what is the third deadly flood event to hit the country in the last 4 weeks. Seasonal storms brought heavy rain to Qatar and central and eastern parts of Saudi Arabia on 25 November 2015, when more than a year's worth of rain was recorded in one day.  
FL-2015-000161-ETH Flood Ethiopia El Nino has caused flooding in the south and south eastern areas including along the Wabishabelle river in East Imy, Kelafo and Mustahil woredas (Somali region). A mitigation plan has been released as at least 210,600 people are expected to be affected by flooding and at least 105,300 people risk displacement.  
EQ-2015-000158-KGZ Earthquake Kyrgyzstan An earthquake with 6.7 magnitude struck the Osh Province/Oblast of Kyrgyzstan at 23:29 local time on 17 November 2015, causing a wide range of damage in 6 districts of the province - Kara-Suu, Alay, Ozgon, Kara-Kulja, Aravan and Chong-Alay 
OT-2015-000157-CRI Other Costa Rica To 15 November, more than 100 Cuban nationals are still in Paso Canoas at the Panamanian border, and at least 800 more migrants are expected in the next two days. Furthermore, some 1000 migrants trying to cross the Costa Rica-Nicaragua border were turned back by Nicaraguan authorities, further compounding their vulnerability due to the uncertainty caused by this refusal to let them pass and forcing them to remain even more time camped in the vicinity of the border. For the Costa Rican authorities, this refusal involves having to set up temporary shelters and services, in addition to the migrants still in transit across Costa Rica and other countries (the latter are not confirmed as yet), which could mean up to 4000 people.  
EP-2015-000156-CMR Epidemic Cameroon In Cameroon, a measles epidemic that has been increasing and spreading across the country, with 858 cases now recorded, is now posing significant risk to remote and hard to reach communities.  
FL-2015-000155-NGA Flood Nigeria Heavy rains, compounded by the breakdown of dams in some states, have caused floods in 11 states across Nigeria in August and September of this year. According to the National Orientation Agency (NOA), a total of 53 people died, and 100,420 have been displaced. The floods have affected 11 States across the country, to a greater or lesser degree: Adamawa, Anambra, Benue, Delta, Kaduna, Kebbi, Niger, Ondo, Sokoto, Taraba and Zamfara. 
AC-2015-000154-UKR Tech. Disaster Ukraine On the evening of 29 October 2015, a fire started at an ammunition depot in the town of Svatovo, Luhansk Region, with a population of 19,700 people and in the close located village Milovatka 2,300 people. State and private building have been damaged whit an population of about 10,000 people. As reported in Government Service of Emergencies, adherent territory was abandoned by a fourth of the population 
FL-2015-000153-IRQ Flood Iraq Heavy rains in late October have caused flooding in and around Baghdad, as surface drainage is minimal. Sewer systems have overflowed and caused open sewage to mix with floodwaters. The floods also contributed to increased power outages as many power stations were flooded and authorities have reported deaths caused by electrocution. Roads were damaged and drainage systems blocked even days after the rains stopped. The Iraqi Prime Minister on 1 November declared the status of emergency in areas overwhelmed by the heavy rains. Humanitarian partners estimate that the floods have affected at least 84,000 displaced people staying in more than 40 sites and camps, mostly in Baghdad and Anbar governorates.  
TC-2015-000152-YEM Tropical Cyclone Yemen Tropical Cyclone MEGH is moving west over the Arabian Sea, strengthening towards Socotra island and northern Somalia. Heavy rain and strong wind may affect Socotra island and northern Somalia over 8-10 November. 
FL-2015-000151-BLZ Flood Belize On Sunday, 18 October 2015 at 6:00 a.m., NEMO reported that an area of low pressure moved away from Belize, causing heavy rainfall across the country and affecting Belize City in particular, where residents were affected by localized flooding; the heavy rains began on 15 October. This system continued to produce heavy rainfall across coastal, northern and western Belize throughout the night and into Monday, 19 October, causing severe flooding in Belize City and other parts of the country. 
DR-2015-000150-GTM Drought Guatemala According to information from the Institute of Seismology, Volcanology, Meteorology and Hydrology of Guatemala (INSIVUMEH), the 2015 rainy season has been strongly affected by El Niño and its side effects. Rainfall levels have been very low this rainy season. Eastern regions of the Guatemalan dry corridor have not had rain for over 30 or 40 days. Analyses from the Famine Early Warning Systems Network (FEWS NET) indicate that much of the Central American dry corridor is experiencing a drought, where soils have very low moisture content and are classified as "withered". According to FEWS NET estimates, at least 25 municipalities in the eastern and central dry corridor are facing Crisis-level (Phase 3, CIF) food insecurity, and 15 others are stressed (Phase 2, CIF). The affected region includes areas in the departments of Chiquimula, Jutiapa, Jalapa, Zacapa, El Progreso, Baja Verapaz, Quiché, Totonicapán, Huehuetenango and San Marcos.  
TC-2015-000149-YEM Tropical Cyclone Yemen On 31 October 2015, satellite images revealed Tropical Cyclone Chapala approaching the shores of Yemen and Oman with wind speeds between 220 and 250 kilometres (136 and 155 miles) per hour. The World Meteorological Organization has described Chapala as an extremely severe cyclonic storm, the equivalent of a Category 4 hurricane. 
OT-2015-000148-IDN Other Indonesia Forest and land fires which occurred in some of the islands of Borneo (Kalimantan) and Sumatra resulted in a very dense haze, with conditions on the round getting more and more serious. The Centre for Health Crisis of Ministry of Health (CHC/MOH) reported that the forest fire which caused this haze started on 1 March 2015 in Riau Province. By now the affected area spread into six other provinces, four in kalimantan (West, East, South and Central Kalimantan) and three in Sumatra Island (Jambi, Riau and South Sumatera). In the last few weeks, the haze has also affected neighbouring countries such as Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand and the Philippines. The intensification of this disaster is the consequence of El Nino in the region, with severe droughts and significant delay of the rainy season, therefore preventing the effect of the rain on forest fires. BMKG (National Meteorological, Climatology and Geophysics Agency) recorded the number of hotspots as 1,200 points spread in Sumatra and Borneo (where Kalimantan region is located). On the island of Sumatra, there are 771 hotspots spread across several provinces, including Bengkulu (33 points), Jambi (99 points), Bangka Belitung (41 points), Lampung (42 points), Riau (28 points), West Sumatra (8 points), and South Sumatra with 530 points. On the island of Borneo, 429 hot spots are spread across four provinces, namely West Kalimantan (154 points), South Kalimantan (65 points), Central Kalimantan (74 points), and 136 points in East Kalimantan.  
EQ-2015-000147-AFG Earthquake Afghanistan A powerful earthquake struck a remote area of northeastern Afghanistan on 26 October 2015, shaking the capital Kabul and killing at least 17 people. 
EQ-2015-000147-IND Earthquake India  
EQ-2015-000147-PAK Earthquake Pakistan A powerful earthquake struck a remote area of northeastern Afghanistan on Monday, shaking the capital Kabul and killing at least eight people in neighbouring Pakistan, officials said. 
FL-2015-000146-DZA Flood Algeria Heavy rains and flooding have caused widespread damage to five camps providing shelter to some 90,000 of the most vulnerable Sahrawi refugees in south-west Algeria's arid Tindouf region. Assistance is being delivered to some 25,000 people (5,000 families) whose homes and food supplies were damaged or destroyed. 
FL-2015-000145-SOM Flood Somalia Rainfall forecast for 24-30 Oct 2015 is pointing towards heavy rains within the Ethiopian highlands especially in headwaters of the Shabelle basin. Observed river levels are expected to continue rising further, endangering vulnerable communities. 
TC-2015-000144-MEX Tropical Cyclone Mexico Hurricane Patricia is expected to land as "an extremely dangerous major" storm near a major shipping port and the tourist resort of Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. 
TC-2015-000143-PHL Tropical Cyclone Philippines In the afternoon of 14 October 2015, Typhoon Koppu (known locally as "Lando") entered the Philippine Area of Responsibility. As of 17 October 2015, total of 72 families, or 219 people, have been pre-emptively evacuated in the Province of Isabela (Govt, 17 Oct 2015). 
TC-2015-000142-BHS Tropical Cyclone Bahamas The island chain of the Bahamas experienced significant damage with many houses destroyed and widespread reports of heavy flooding and storm surges mainly in the central and southern sections of the archipelago due to the passage of Hurricane Joaquin on Friday, 2 October and Saturday, 3 October. Hurricane Joaquin moved slowly across the southern and central islands unleashing torrential rains, wind and storm surges leading to flooding and salt water intrusion in several areas. 
TC-2015-000141-CHN Tropical Cyclone China, People's Republic One fisherman died and another 16 are missing as typhoon Mujigae, the 22nd typhoon this year, made landfall in South China's Guangdong Province on Sunday, 4 October 2015. 
TC-2015-000141-PHL Tropical Cyclone Philippines TC MUJIGAE, known in the Philippines as KABAYAN, formed over the Philippine Sea late on 30 September and started moving towards central Luzon, strengthening into a Tropical Storm. Heavy rains and strong winds affected several areas of Luzon on 1-2 October. Media reported floods, landslides and power cuts in the provinces of Aurora, Nueva Ecija and Pangasinan. One person died (27 missing) in the Philippines. 
FL-2015-000140-FRA Flood France Rainfall on an "exceptional scale" set off flash floods that wreaked havoc along France's southeastern Mediterranean coast late Saturday, killing at least 17 people and leaving four more missing. 
FF-2015-000139-USA Flash Flood United States Torrential rainfall that South Carolina's governor called a once-in-a-millennium downpour triggered flooding in the southeastern U.S. state on Sunday, causing at least eight deaths in the Carolinas. 
LS-2015-000138-GTM Land Slide Guatemala At least 30 people were killed and several hundred were missing following a devastating landslide on the outskirts of the Guatemalan capital on 2 Oct 2015. 
DR-2015-000137-MWI Drought Malawi A slow onset of the rainy season in January 2015 was followed by severe flooding that washed away crops, leaving arable land covered with sand, and leading to widespread crop failure or low yields. In mid-September, the IFRC launched an Emergency Appeal to provide immediate food assistance through cash transfers to 2,000 households in the two southern districts of Nsanje and Phalombe affected by the floods and drought situation. 
LS-2015-000135-LKA Land Slide Sri Lanka Heavy rain has been affecting most of Sri Lanka since 25 September causing landslides. As of 26 September national authorities report at least seven people dead, three injured, 45 people affected, 286 people displaced and several houses destroyed. 
DR-2015-000134-SOM Drought Somalia The likely impacts of the 2015-16 El Niño events may be severe in areas characterized by some of the worst humanitarian and human development indicators in the world. It is foreseen that Somalia could experience exacerbated drought conditions as early as end of September 2015 to December 2015, especially in Somaliland as well as flooding in southern and central regions and Puntland. Food insecurity is likely to worsen by the end of the year. This will be due to below-average agricultural production, poor rainfall in some pastoral and agro-pastoral areas, trade disruption in the most conflict-affected areas, and continued displacement. 
TC-2015-000133-CHN Tropical Cyclone China, People's Republic Typhoon Dujuan, the 21st typhoon this year, made landfall in east China's Fujian Province on Tuesday morning. The storm hit the coastal city of Putian at around 8:50 a.m., packing winds of up to 33 meters per second, said the Fujian Meteorological Service. On Monday, all 32,000 fishing boats returned to harbor and around 160,000 people returned to shore.  
TC-2015-000133-JPN Tropical Cyclone Japan Record-breaking winds on Okinawa's Yonaguni Island have destroyed at least 10 houses and damaged more than 200 others. Gusts of nearly 292 kilometers per hour were registered on Yonaguni as Typhoon Dujuan approached on Monday. The winds were the strongest on the island since record-taking began nearly 60 years ago.  
TC-2015-000133-TWN Tropical Cyclone Taiwan (China) A strong typhoon made landfall on Taiwan on Monday after torrential rain and high winds disrupted trains and flights for travellers heading home from a long holiday weekend. Hundreds of thousands of households were without water and over a million experienced power outages, the Taiwanese government said late Monday, adding that 24 people were injured by Typhoon Dujuan so far, but no one was missing or killed. 
EP-2015-000132-IRQ Epidemic Iraq The Ministry of Health has declared a cholera outbreak with 15 confirmed cases in two governorates as of 15 September. Ten cases originated from Najaf and five cases from Baghdad.  
FL-2015-000131-SLE Flood Sierra Leone Sustained heavy downpour of rain from the 5 to the 6 September 2015 (48 hours) burst river banks and caused destruction in eight communities in Bo and two in one Chiefdom in Pujehun District in southern Sierra Leone. The overall population in the three chiefdoms in Bo District is 8,695 of which 2,630 were directly affected losing properties and being exposed to rain with no appropriate sanitation and some evacuating and taking shelter in nearby schools. The number of people affected by the floods in Bo District is 2,630 in 239 household heads with 463 males 614 females, 645 boys, 607 girls and 301 children under five years. A total of 339 houses are reported destroyed. Pujehun District has 272 persons affected by floods with 41 household heads affected losing 16 houses 
DR-2015-000130-NAM Drought Namibia Due mainly to the low rainfall received throughout the country, grazing in most parts of the country is poor and in Kunene region where a large number of farmers are pastoralists, the grazing has been reported to be critically poor to poor. Grazing condition in most areas of Oshikoto, Oshana, Ohangwena and Omusati regions is worrisome and range between fair to poor. 
OT-2015-000129-BDI Other Burundi election violence in Burundi resulted in a number of casualties in the capital of Bujumbura. 
OT-2015-000129-RWA Other Rwanda It has been more than four months since election violence in Burundi resulted in a number of casualties in the capital of Bujumbura. More than 160,000 people have fled Burundi, seeking safety in the neighbouring countries of the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Rwanda, Tanzania, Uganda and Zambia. Since April 2015 over 77,000 Burundi nationals have sought refuge in Rwanda due to tension and violence occurring before and after presidential elections held in Burundi in July 2015.  
EQ-2015-000128-CHL Earthquake Chile A strong 7.9-magnitude earthquake struck the center of Chile on Wednesday, US seismologists said, triggering a tsunami alert that stretched to Peru and the evacuation of coastal areas. 
DR-2015-000127-FJI Drought Fiji Many communities are experiencing the effects of an El Niño-induced drought, with farmers losing crops and water supplies drying out and water trucking underway. A drought warning is in place and the Government reports at least 30,000 people are now affected. 
FF-2015-000126-USA Flash Flood United States Flash floods killed at least 15 people in Utah when a "large wall of water and debris" triggered by heavy rain pounding nearby canyons swept them away in their cars on 14 September 2015. 
WF-2015-000125-USA Wild fire United States A swiftly spreading wildfire destroyed hundreds of homes and forced thousands of residents to flee as it roared unchecked through the northern California village of Middletown and nearby communities. 
TC-2015-000124-JPN Tropical Cyclone Japan Typhoon Etau made landfall on 9 September in Aichi Prefecture, central Japan bringing heavy rain and strong winds. Evacuation order was issued to 53,000 people.  
FL-2015-000123-NER Flood Niger Floods since end July in seven central and southern regions have affected 52,000 people and killed 22. 7,450 people have been displaced and 5,019 buildings destroyed. 
OT-2015-000122-FJI Other Fiji The Pacific, El Niño is associated with irregular rainfall, increased tropical cyclone frequency, and abnormal sea level conditions. The intensity of this event is increasing with a peak expected in the last quarter of 2015 and there is a significant chance that it may become one of the strongest events of the past 30 years. 
FL-2015-000121-SDN Flood Sudan Sudan Meteorological Authority (SMA) indicated that, the impact of El Niño phenomenon is likely to intensify throughout 2015 until early 2016, with prediction of normal to below normal rainfall condition in most parts of Sudan, and above-normal rains in southern part of Darfur and Kordofan regions. As of 3 September 2015, there are 17,140 flood affected people in 6 states, far less than those affected last year at same time. Detailed as follows: 600 flood affected people in Kassala, Blue Nile 2,565, Sinnar 8,135, South Kordofan 590, South Darfur 4000, North Darfur 1,250. And many of them were rather affected by storm than floods. 
FL-2015-000120-GEO Flood Georgia On 20-25 August 2015 heavy rains, hail and storm caused flooding in the eastern and western parts of Georgia. Basements and first floors in many homes were seriously flooded. Heavy winds and hail damaged and unroofed several houses in almost all affected locations. Belongings of the people were damaged or lost. The rain flooded yards and agricultural lands, leaving some of the affected population without their main source of income. Fruit trees and vegetable gardens were also damaged. Many roads were destroyed and blocked; it was difficult for people to return to their villages. Electricity lines were damaged. Cattle and poultry were killed. At this point in time, according to the rapid assessment conducted by Georgia Red Cross Society (GRCS) volunteers together with local authorities, 2,066 households (8,264 people) are affected by the disaster.  
TC-2015-000119-DMA Tropical Cyclone Dominica The island of Dominica sustained significant damage due to the passage of Tropical Storm Erika on Thursday, 28 August. A band of torrential rain caused by the system resulted in the 6 to 8 inches of rain fall in less than twelve hours and triggered massive flooding and several landslides. Regional media reports indicate that Regional governments and the Caribbean Disaster Emergency Management Agency (CDEMA) are stepping in to help Dominica after recording loss of at least 14 lives and millions of dollars in damage. More than 20 people are also reported missing and presumed dead. There is minimal damage to the main hospitals in the capital and the north of the island with some damage to health clinics reported. 
TC-2015-000119-DOM Tropical Cyclone Dominican Republic Tropical storm Erika took aim at the Caribbean and storm warnings went up in Puerto Rico and in several other islands in anticipation of heavy rains. several islands were due for extremely heavy rain that could spark flash floods, especially in mountainous areas in drought-parched Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic. 
ST-2015-000118-USA SEVERE LOCAL STORM United States Severe weather affected much of the south and southeast throughout most of the month of April. Severe storms, tornadoes and hail caused significant damage to at least seven states. More than 80 tornadoes were confirmed.  
TC-2015-000117-JPN Tropical Cyclone Japan Powerful Typhoon Goni slammed into the islands of Iriomote and Ishigaki in Okinawa Prefecture Sunday night. A total of about 21,500 houses on Ishigaki and some other places briefly lost power supply. 
TC-2015-000117-PHL Tropical Cyclone Philippines Two people were killed while thousands were evacuated as powerful typhoon Goni approached the Philippines and Taiwan on Friday, authorities said. In the Philippine highland town of Itogon, two construction workers died after a landslide buried their roadside tent in rocks and mud. Close to 400 people in flood-prone towns were moved to shelters. 
TC-2015-000117-TWN Tropical Cyclone Taiwan (China) 1,700 tourists were evacuated from the outlying Green and Orchid islands as early as Thursday while offices were shut on Friday as powerful typhoon Goni Taiwan. 
CW-2015-000116-PNG Cold Wave Papua New Guinea Eight people are confirmed to have died in the Highlands and Morobe as a result of the long dry spell and frost in Papua New Guinea. 
FF-2015-000115-MKD Flash Flood Macedonia The heavy rainfall affected the western part of Macedonia in the late evening hours on 3 August 2015. The heavy rain resulted with overflow of the water from River Pena in the city of Tetovo. The heavy rains were disastrous for the mountain villages of Shipkovica (2,826 residents), Dzepciste (4,051 residents), Mala Rechica (8,353 residents), Golema Rechica (1,659 residents) and Poroj (2,677 residents) and the city of Tetovo (65,000 residents). The mountain villages were affected also by landslides caused by the heavy rain. On basis of the data obtained from the conducted assessment, that approximately 5,000 people in the region were somehow affected by the impact of the flash flood and mud slides 
DR-2015-000114-SLV Drought El Salvador The drought has made the most impact in the eastern part of the country which includes the departments of La Unión, San Miguel, Morazán, and Usulután, although western departments such as Ahuachapán, Sonsonate, Santa Ana and Chalatenango have been affected as well. 
FL-2015-000113-PRK Flood Korea, Democratic People's Republic Torrential rains on 1-5 Aug caused flooding in South Hwanghae and South and North Hamgyong Provinces. The State Committee for Disaster Management reported more than 3,400 people affected, 21 deaths and nine remain missing. 
FL-2015-000112-LAO Flood Lao People's Democratic Republic Continuous rains since early Aug triggered flooding in 118 villages in 12 districts in Houphan, Bolikhamxay, Khammoune and Luangnamtha provinces. As of 6 Aug, the Ministry of Labour and Social Welfare reported over 47,800 people affected. 
VO-2015-000111-ECU Volcano Ecuador On August 15, 2015 Ecuador's President declared a state of emergency after renewed activity of Cotopaxi volcano. 400 people were evacuated. 
FL-2015-000110-ARG Flood Argentina Flooding across much of Argentina that burst riverbanks and deluged city streets killed three people and led more than 11,000 to evacuate their homes. 
DR-2015-000109-ETH Drought Ethiopia Food insecurity is widespread and rates of acute malnutrition are growing now above the international thresholds that define an emergency. Due to under performance of two consecutive rainy seasons (Belg and Meher) the food insecure people dependent on relief food assistance (2.9 million people beginning of the year) is expected to increase now significantly. 
CE-2015-000108-YEM Complex Emergency Yemen Conflict in Yemen since March 2015 has had a devastating impact on the lives of all Yemeni people and migrants and refugees. Since mid-March, conflict has spread to 20 of Yemen's 22 governorates, prompting a large-scale protection crisis and aggravating an already dire humanitarian crisis brought on by years of poverty, poor governance and ongoing instability.  
FL-2015-000107-THA Flood Thailand Several areas in the North, North East and South of Thailand have reportedly been flooded by overflowing rivers after several days of rainfall. In Nakhon Phanom, more than 3,000 homes and 30,000 rai of rice paddies have been inundated in Sri Songkram district after the Songkram River overflowed the embankment and flooded surrounding areas. Residents were forced out of their homes, and had to take refuge on the street. 
FL-2015-000106-BFA Flood Burkina Faso Nearly 20,000 people have been affected this week by heavy rains and flooding in and around Burkina Faso's capital Ouagadougou. More than 3,700 are now homeless, their houses reduced to piles of mud and debris. 
FL-2015-000105-GIN Flood Guinea Since Friday 24 July 2015 it has rained heavily in the capital of Guinea: Conakry and in several areas of the country (Télimelé, Macenta, Siguiri, Beyla, Forécariah) causing serious floods with loss of human lives as well as significant material damage.  
CW-2015-000104-PER Cold Wave Peru In May and September, meteorological phenomena causing low temperatures and frost affected Andean regions above 3,500 meters above sea level, with temperatures dropping to below 0?C accompanied by hail and snowstorms. In some places temperatures plummeted to - 15? C, severely affecting the lives and health of the population, as well as basic services, livelihoods (livestock and agriculture), various infrastructure and schools, among others. 165,710 people are affected and 100 are homeless due to this cold snap in the Departments of Apurimac, Ayacucho, Cusco, Huancavelica, Junín, Pasco, Puno and Tacna. In addition, 529 homes are damaged, 11 have collapsed and 11 have been rendered uninhabitable. Frost has affected human health as well as that of livestock. According to the National Civil Defence Institute, 65,834 animals are reported dead and 938,813 animals have been affected. In terms of agriculture, 1,162 ha of crops have been lost and 1,894 ha have suffered damages. 
WF-2015-000103-USA Wild fire United States Evacuation orders have been given to 13,000 people in California as firefighters struggle to contain some 20 wildfires. The biggest blaze - the so-called Rocky fire north of San Francisco - has already consumed more than 101 square miles (262 sq km) of land. 
TC-2015-000102-CHN Tropical Cyclone China, People's Republic A typhoon battered China's east coast on 9 August 2015, killing eight people and forcing authorities to cancel hundreds of flights and evacuate more than 163,000 people. 
TC-2015-000102-TWN Tropical Cyclone Taiwan (China) Tropical Cyclone Soudelor formed in the north-west Pacific Ocean, north-west of Enewetak Atoll of the Marshall Islands, on 30 July. Through 3 August, it moved north-west, crossing the Northern Mariana Islands, with its centre passing over Saipan with Typhoon intensity, in the afternoon of 2 August. The Typhoon caused damage on Saipan island, especially in its public infrastructure, affecting power and water supply. Around 350 people remained in shelters as of 3 August, as there has been substantial damage to buildings, too, according to local media. A State of Disaster and Significant Emergency has been announced for the island. Over the next 48 hours, Soudelor is forecast to continue intensifying and become a "Violent" Typhoon, while moving north-west, away from the Mariana Islands, towards the northern Philippine Sea. The Typhoon may approach the southern Ryukyu islands and Taiwan over 7 August. 
TC-2015-000102-USA Tropical Cyclone United States Typhoon Soudelor passed over Saipan on 2 to 3 August 2015, flooding the island's power plant, ripping off roofs of homes and toppling power poles. Hundreds of Saipan residents are in shelters.  
TC-2015-000101-BGD Tropical Cyclone Bangladesh The monsoon depression over the northeast Bay of Bengal and adjoining Bangladesh coast intensified into a cyclonic storm named ?Komen' on 29 July 2015, threatening to cause further downpours in regions that are already affected by the recent flash floods and deadly landslides. Cyclone Komen has destroyed dozens of homes on Bangladesh's southernmost point of Saint Martin's island.  
LS-2015-000100-NPL Land Slide Nepal In the worst affected districts of v and Myagdi (as of 31 July) at least 30 people have been reported dead due to landslide (19 in Lume village, five in Bhadaure Tamagi, two in Dhikur Pokhari village, six in Mudi and one in Muna), 20 people injured and several people are still missing. 
DR-2015-000099-BWA Drought Botswana Worst drought conditions in 30 years has impacted agricultural land badly due to lack of irrigation. Early warning signs in southern Africa provided alarming indications of looming significant food supply shortages that are likely to impact on the next marketing season starting from July 2015. 
FL-2015-000098-VNM Flood Viet Nam At least 14 people have been killed in the worst flooding for 40 years in Vietnam's northern Quang Ninh province. 
FF-2015-000097-KAZ Flash Flood Kazakhstan High temperatures intensified snowmelt over the past few days, causing the overflow of a glacial lake on 23 July and the consequent flooding of the Kargalinka river in Almaty Region, south-eastern Kazakhstan.In total, nearly 900 people had to evacuate their homes, while five injuries have been reported and a State of Emergency has been declared in the city of Almaty. 
EQ-2015-000096-PAK Earthquake Pakistan A 5.1-magnitude earthquake struck just outside Islamabad early on Saturday morning, the United States Geological Survey said, but local officials said there were no immediate reports of damage or casualties. 
EQ-2015-000095-AFG Earthquake Afghanistan A 5.1-magnitude earthquake struck just outside Islamabad early on Saturday morning, the United States Geological Survey said, but local officials said there were no immediate reports of damage or casualties. 
FL-2015-000094-TJK Flood Tajikistan High temperature and rapid snow and glacier melting from 1 - 22 July 2015 triggered mudflows and floods in mountains regions of Tajikistan. According to preliminary assessments, abrupt increase of air temperature in many mountainous areas of Tajikistan intensified the glaciers melting and caused floods as well as water level increase in rivers. This occurred along the basins of rivers Pyanj, Gund, Vakhsh, Zaravshan, Kafernigan, Isfara and Isfana.  
FL-2015-000093-GUY Flood Guyana Heavy rainfall along Guyana's coastal regions during the period of Wednesday July 15th and Thursday July 16th, 2015 has resulted in increased water levels in rivers and canals. Regions #3 and #4 are the most affected regions with flooding in several communities, in yards and homes in some instances. The Minister of State, Lt. Col. (Ret'd) Joseph Harmon, has authorized the activation of the National Emergency Operations Centre (NEOC). Total losses and the total number of persons affected by the flooding are yet to be determined. However, based on the 2012 Preliminary Census Report, with more than 70% of the country's population living along the coastal areas, a significant number of households have been either directly or indirectly affected. 
FL-2015-000092-BRA Flood Brazil More than 51,000 people affected by intense rains that caused floods and damage in the southern states of Paraná, Santa Catarina and Rio Grande do Sul.  
DR-2015-000091-HTI Drought Haiti About 200,000 families (a total of 1 million people) affected by drought in the 10 regions of the country, compounding the already dire food security situation 
FL-2015-000090-PAK Flood Pakistan On the night falling between 15th & 16th July, and again on 19th July 2015, different parts of District Chitral were hit by Glacial Lake Outburst Floods (GLOF) which carried massive torrents and flash floods washing away villages, access roads, bridges, drinking water supply systems, public/private property and agricultural crops. 
FL-2015-000089-MMR Flood Myanmar Torrential rains have triggered flooding in Kachin State and Sagaing Region. The Relief and Resettlement Department (RRD) reported 57,101 people were affected in Sagaing with 2,116 people affected in Kachin.  
FL-2015-000088-IRN Flood Iran, Islamic Republic At least eight people were reported to be killed on 19 July 2015 due to floods triggered by torrential rains in this northern Iranian province. 
TC-2015-000087-JPN Tropical Cyclone Japan The 11th typhoon Nangka is heading for Shikoku island in west Japan and is expected to make a landfall there late Thursday, with Japan's weather agency issuing heavy rain and gale warnings to the area. Over 4,000 residents in Kochi Prefecture on the island were advised to evacuate their home in case of landslides triggered by the powerful typhoon 
TC-2015-000086-CHN Tropical Cyclone China, People's Republic More than 865,000 people in the eastern Chinese province of Zhejiang have been evacuated as super Typhoon Chan-Hom. 
FL-2015-000085-VEN Flood Venezuela Since June 29, heavy rains in the south and south-west of the country have left more than 41,000 people affected by the consequent floods.  
AC-2015-000084-GTM Tech. Disaster Guatemala According to National Risk Reduction Coordinating Center (CONRED) reports, the municipality of Sayaxché in the Department of Petén has been experiencing heavy rains since May. In June oxidation ponds of an oil producer in the area overflowed, contaminating the La Pasión River. Results of the first water samples taken by the Toxicology Laboratory at the University of San Carlos in Guatemala were obtained June 10, which indicated the presence of an organophosphorus pesticide (Malathion). This has caused the massive death of fish and other aquatic animal species in the ecosystem, and is considered the most serious environmental problem of its kind in the national territory . On June 12 the Governor of Petén declared an Orange Alert for the entire Department and that same day the Mayor of Sayaxché declared a Red Alert. These are still in place in order to prioritize emergency care. As a precautionary measure authorities have prohibited the use and consumption of water from the river, therefore, people need water for consumption given that 48% of families get their water supply directly from the La Pasión River.  
TC-2015-000083-CHN Tropical Cyclone China, People's Republic As of 3 p.m. Tuesday, 7 July 2015, Typhoon Linfa's center is about 390 km southeast of the boundary between Fujian and Guangdong provinces in the South China Sea. The typhoon is forecast to move northwest at a speed of 10 km per hour, and will probably hit the coast of the two provinces Wednesday night, the National Meteorological Center (NMC) said. 
TC-2015-000083-PHL Tropical Cyclone Philippines Typoon LINFA (named EGAY in the Philippines) crossed northern Luzon over 4-5 July and exited into the South China Sea. On 6 July, at 6.00 UTC, it was a Tropical Storm and its centre was 165km north-west of Ilocos Norte province. Heavy rain and strong winds affected several areas of Luzon, causing floods, landslides and power cuts and forcing evacuations (over 8,700 evacuees, as of 6 July). 
EQ-2015-000082-CHN Earthquake China, People's Republic The magnitude-6.4 quake was centered in Pishan, a county in a remote area of southern Xinjiang, according to the U.S. Geological Survey. At least four people have been killed by a strong earthquake that shook the far western Chinese region of Xinjiang on 3 July 2015. 
FL-2015-000081-PHL Flood Philippines Due to continuous heavy rainfall from 23 to 24 June 2015, the people in low-lying areas of the Region XII (Central Visaya) in the Philippines experienced flooding. 4 people were killed and more than 20,000 people were affected. 
FL-2015-000080-MMR Flood Myanmar Over the past several days, increasing heavy rains have caused severe flooding in the western state of Rakhine, Myanmar, destroying nearly 200 homes and causing serious damage to another hundred across four townships. During the first few days of the flooding, around 1,500 people were evacuated, and about 300 of the displaced continued to stay at camps for several days as the water receded.  
FL-2015-000079-CRI Flood Costa Rica On 27 June 2015, the Government of Costa Rica declared a Red Alert for the Costa Rican Caribbean area, activated its Emergency Operations Center (COE) and deployed personnel to the affected areas to coordinate relief actions to support the affected families. On 30 June 2015, the president of Costa Rica declared a National Emergency. 
TC-2015-000078-SLB Tropical Cyclone Solomon Islands Concerns are mounting as tropical cyclone Raquel continues to bear down on the Solomon Islands, with coastal communities already facing heavy rains and gale force winds. An official tropical cyclone watch was announced by the countries' Meteorological Service at 7.30 am on 1 July and communities are now being warned of the potential for thunderstorms, sea swells and coastal flooding. 
FF-2015-000077-BTN Flash Flood Bhutan The Lemthang tsho (lake) outburst on June 28 evening in Laya washed away six wooden bridges (bazams) including the only bridge that connects Laya to the rest of Gasa dzongkhag. 
FL-2015-000076-CMR Flood Cameroon Heavy rains that began on Monday (22 June) triggered major flooding in the Douala V district area, submerging over 60,000 hectares (150,000 acres) of land and forcing thousands to flee for safety. 
TC-2015-000075-CHN Tropical Cyclone China, People's Republic Typhoon Kujira has affected 193,000 people in south China's Hainan Province as torrential rain damaged crops and caused economic losses. 
EP-2015-000074-YEM Epidemic Yemen In 2015, an upsurge of dengue cases was reported in Yemen after over 1 million people had been internally displaced and health systems had been disrupted. More than 3,000 suspected cases and three deaths were recorded between 27 Mar and 4 Jun. However, unconfirmed reports that WHO is verifying with national authorities suggest that the number of cases and deaths in the affected governorates, especially in Aden, could be much higher. 
EP-2015-000073-SSD Epidemic South Sudan At the beginning of the rainy season in South Sudan, eight suspected and one confirmed cholera case were reported in Juba between 22 May and 4 Jun 2015, seven of which were in Juba Protection of Civilians (PoC) site. By 23 Jun, the number of confirmed cases had increased to 171 and 18 deaths had been reported, as the Health Ministry declared an outbreak. 
DR-2015-000072-PRK Drought Korea, Democratic People's Republic A prolonged dry spell from April to early June 2015 in main growing areas of DPR Korea affected plantings and yield potential of the 2015 food crops. More rains are urgently needed to avoid a significant decrease in 2015 cereal production. Should drought conditions persist, the food security situation is likely to deteriorate from that of the previous years, when most households were already estimated to have borderline and poor food consumption rates. 
FL-2015-000071-GEO Flood Georgia At this point in time, according to the rapid assessment conducted by Georgia Red Cross Society (GRCS) volunteers together with local authorities, 2,200 households (8,800 people) are affected by the disaster. 
HT-2015-000070-PAK Heat Wave Pakistan More than 120 people have died during a heatwave in Pakistan's southern Sindh province. Health officials say most of the deaths have been in Karachi, which has seen temperatures as high as 45 degrees Celsius (113 deg F) in recent days. 
OT-2015-000069-HRV Other Croatia After Hungarian border regulations came into force on 15th September thousands of people-on-the-move walking the Western Balkan trail, have made a change in their route as the Serbian-Hungarian border was closed. In their attempt to reach countries further north in the European Union, migrants travelling through Serbia changed the direction of their migration towards the Republic of Croatia. According to the Ministry of Interior data, some 44,000 migrants entered Croatia from 16 to 22 September, majority of who have already left towards Hungary and Slovenia on their way to Western Europe. 
OT-2015-000069-HUN Other Hungary Hungary, along with many European countries, has seen an enormous rise in numbers of newly arrived migrants onto its territory. Stronger movements have been detected on migration routes from the Western Balkan recently. According to the data received from the National Police Headquarters the situation has deteriorated in recent weeks and nearly 1,000 migrants were registered along the border on a daily basis. This number has been constantly growing over the past week and daily figures exceeded 1,000 and amounted to nearly 1,500 people a day. Most of the undocumented migrants arrive in Hungary in the Southern part of the country, in Csongrad County which lies near the border of Serbia. The majority of migrants from Middle-East war torn areas and from countries of Africa cross the border from Serbia to Hungary, thus arriving in the European Union. The total number of migrants entering the country in 2015 is expected to rise above 140,000. 
OT-2015-000069-MKD Other Macedonia Macedonia has been increasing day after day. The migrants usually come from Greece, and they walk along the railway line Gevgelija Veles in the direction of Kumanovo and the neighbouring villages where they cross the Serbian border on their way to the countries of the European Union. They would usually cross the border on foot, or they might use public transport or bicycles, or they would illegally board some closed train wagons and continue their journey towards the northern border of the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia on their way to Serbia. As a result of recent intensified controls in the trains by the police, most migrants choose to make the trip on foot across the territory of the Republic of Macedonia. They walk along the highway M5 or along the railway in the direction Gevgelija - Demir Kapija - Veles- Skopje - Kumanovo, and on the road they frequently get confronted with criminal groups. 
OT-2015-000069-SRB Other Serbia Sudden increase in the number of migrants crossing from the former-Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia and Bulgaria to Serbia according to the data provided by Commissariat for Refugees and migrants of the Republic of Serbia and UNHCR office in Serbia started at the end of June while in July was at rate 600-1,000 a day.  
OT-2015-000069-SVN Other Slovenia Slovenia has been witnessing an increase in the number of migrants from Croatia on the Slovenian border. The first larger groups of 278 migrants arrived at the Slovenian border with Croatia on Friday, 18 September 2015. The majority of the migrants arriving to Slovenia are in transit to reach other destinations in western and northern Europe. Between 18 and 22 September 2015, the Ministry of Interior of Republic of Slovenia registered 3,300 migrants altogether, out of which only 10 applications for asylum were submitted.  
FL-2015-000068-BGD Flood Bangladesh Heavy rain fall in Bangladesh (and India) over the last few days has worsened the flood situation in Bangladesh. 
FL-2015-000067-TJK Flood Tajikistan As a result of heavy rains and strong winds on 7-8 June 2015 in the northern part of Tajikistan, floods and mudslides hit the population of three districts of Sughd province. According to the feedback and reports received from the Red Crescent Society of Tajikistan`s (RCST) response teams and Governmental Emergency Committee sources, up to 615 families (3,075 people) were directly affected: in 572 families in J. Rasulov district, one family in Isfara district and 42 families in Ainy district 
LS-2015-000066-NPL Land Slide Nepal At least 15 people were killed and more than a dozen reported missing after heavy rains triggered landslides in northeastern Nepal. 
FL-2015-000065-GHA Flood Ghana Heavy rains starting at the beginning of June 2015 have left most parts of Ghana's capital Accra, its suburbs and other cities flooded. On 4 Jun, a fuel station in Accra exploded as a result of the floods, leaving an estimated 150 people dead. Significant numbers of people have been displaced and are accommodated temporarily in areas where water, food supply and sanitation access are poor due to crowded conditions. 
FL-2015-000064-IND Flood India With the onset of monsoon in the northeast, Assam has been hit by the first wave of floods affecting over 60,000 people in nine districts of the state. At least one person has been washed away in the fresh wave of deluge. 
EQ-2015-000063-MYS Earthquake Malaysia At least 11 climbers are dead and others missing after a 6.0 magnitude earthquake triggered landslides on Mount Kinabalu, Malaysia on 4 June 2015. 
FF-2015-000062-PAK Flash Flood Pakistan Heavy rainfall that started on 3 June has resulted in flash floods in Khuzdar District, Baluchistan Province. According to initial reports, residents of the area were not able to evacuate in time. So far, nine deaths have been reported. 
VO-2015-000061-JPN Volcano Japan A volcano on the remote southern Japanese island of Kuchinoerabujima erupted suddenly on Friday blasting plumes of black smoke high into the sky, prompting authorities to order the island's evacuation and forcing airlines to divert flights. 
FL-2015-000060-USA Flood United States Two people were killed and three others were missing on 24 May 2015 in flash flooding and severe storms in Texas and Oklahoma that forced evacuations and rooftop rescues and left thousands without power. 
HT-2015-000059-IND Heat Wave India As of 23 May, more than 350 people are reported to have died in a heat wave, where temperatures have reached 48C. The current heat wave began in mid-April but most of the deaths were reported since about 17 May.  
EP-2015-000058-TZA Epidemic Tanzania On 16 May 2015, two samples from cases of acute diarrhoeal disease among Burundian refugees in Tanzania's Nyarugusu camp in Kigoma region tested positive for cholera, and the number of acute diarrhoea diseases cases rapidly climbed to over 1,000 cases. By 21 May, 27 Burundian refugees in Tanzania had died of cholera 
FL-2015-000057-CHN Flood China, People's Republic At least 15 people have been killed and almost three million people from 11 provinces have been affected by heavy rain that has battered China's south since 13 May 2015. 
FL-2015-000056-COL Flood Colombia Flooding, windstorms and landslides affected more than 20,000 people in Colombia in April 2015. The rainy season in the southern and western departments had a particularly strong impact in the Amazonas department near the Peruvian and Brazilian border. On 18 May, heavy rains caused the overflowing of the river Liborina, triggering a landslide in the municipality of Salgar (Antioquia), which killed at least 48 people. 
FL-2015-000055-TJK Flood Tajikistan Prolonged torrential rains caused a number of floods and mudslides between 11 and 13 May 2015 that damaged some communities in Qubodiyon, Jilikul, Khuroson, Vaksh and Hamadony districts in Khatlon province and Hoit administrative center of the Rasht valley of Tajikistan. According to the rapid assessment results received from the Committee of Emergency Situations and Civil Defense and the Red Crescent Society of Tajikistan, 296 families (1,776 people) from the above mentioned areas are severely affected as a result of heavy rains causing floods and mudslides. 
SS-2015-000054-SLV Storm Surge El Salvador Between 2nd to 4th May 2015, an unusual phenomenon produced waves two meters above sea level leaving dozens of victims, evacuees and damage to infrastructure on the Pacific Ocean side of Central America. Salvadoran coast was among the hardest hit. 1 person missing, 1,367 evacuated, 514 are in shelters and 1,270 are providing their own shelter. In Guatemala, 20 families from the Botoncillo and Bola de Monte areas are being sheltered in Ahuachapán An orange alert has been issued for 13 May as a 2nd round of high waves is expected to hit the Salvadoran coast, which could worsen the situation  
FL-2015-000053-CAF Flood Central African Republic On 24 Apr 2015, continuous storms resulted in extensive flooding, destruction of houses and loss of household belongings in several districts of Berbérati in south-western Central African Republic. 210 households (1,109 people) have been affected and 199 houses have been destroyed. 
OT-2015-000052-TZA Other Tanzania Since 26th April, 2015 there has been a continuous influx of people (asylum seekers) from the Republic of Burundi entering Tanzania through its borders with Burundi. Up to 7th May there is an estimated 25,000 asylum seekers overcrowded at Kagunga village. The only means of transport within Tanzania to reach Kagunga from Kigoma is by boats through Lake Tanganyika. It can also be reached by road through Burundi via Makamba border and Nyanzalake. 
TC-2015-000051-PHL Tropical Cyclone Philippines As of 7 May 2015, Typhoon Noul (locally named Dodong) was heading for the northeast of the Philippines' main island of Luzon and was expected to make landfall on 10 May, bringing heavy to intense rainfall. 
OT-2015-000050-GRC Other Greece since 1 January 2015 more than 36,000 migrants have been registered by Greek authorities 
OT-2015-000050-ITA Other Italy Since 1 January 2015 more than 24,065 migrants1 have landed in Italy alone. Week after week, thousands of migrants were saved and brought to the southern ports of Italy in Lampedusa, Augusta, Trapani, Messina, Porto Empedocle, Agrigento (Sicily), Reggio Calabria (Calabria) and Taranto (Apulia). Only in one month over 11,395 migrants2 have arrived in Sicily. On the evening of 18 April, a boat carrying an estimated 800 migrants (UNHCR) capsized about 180 km south of the Italian island of Lampedusa. Only 28 survivors were pulled out of the water. The rest of the people on board are feared dead though only 24 bodies have been recovered and now already buried in Malta. This incident represents the largest loss of lives of its kind on the Mediterranean Sea, occurring less than a week after a similar tragedy at sea on 13 April when 400 people had drowned off the shores of southern Italy. 
FL-2015-000049-KEN Flood Kenya Torrential rainfall since early April has triggered localized flooding in several parts of Kenya, livestock losses, displacement of thousands of people, and fatalities in parts of southern Kenya. Average to above-average rains forecast for the next week may worsen ground conditions.  
EQ-2015-000048-BGD Earthquake Bangladesh An earthquake rattled the Dhaka, Chittagong, Barisal, Rajshahi, Dinajpur, Rongpur, Kushtia and different parts of the country on April, 25. The 7.8 magnitude earthquake's epicenter was 81 kilometers (50 miles) northwest of Kathmandu, Nepal at a depth of 9.3 moles. The Meteorological Department stated that the epicenter of the earthquake was 745 km north-west of Bangladesh. In Bangladesh, total 5 people were killed and up to 100 people were injured while evacuating.  
EQ-2015-000048-CHN Earthquake China, People's Republic At least 20 were killed and 58 injured in southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region, after a powerful earthquake struck neighboring Nepal on 25 April 2015, the regional disaster relief headquarters said late 26 April 2015. Another four people remain missing. 
EQ-2015-000048-IND Earthquake India A powerful earthquake struck Nepal and sent tremors through northern India on Saturday, killing hundreds of people, toppling a 19th-century tower in the Nepalese capital Kathmandu and triggering a fatal avalanche on Mount Everest. Tremors strike northern India, death toll there reaches 12 
EQ-2015-000048-NPL Earthquake Nepal :A huge earthquake (M7.5) just happened a hour ago, which is located in Nepal, close to South Tibet of China to the north, and India to the south. The Capital of Nepal, Kathmando could be heavily affected by this very shallow earthquake according to USGS preliminary report 
OT-2015-000047-SOM Other Somalia From 26 March 2015, there was an escalation in fighting between opposition groups in Yemen, which has affected an estimated 500,000 people, including 244,000 registered refugees (United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR). As a result, Somali and Yemeni nationals affected by the crisis have begun to flee the country through the ports of Al Mukalla and Mukha in Yemen. On 28 March 2015, 32 Yemeni nationals reached the port of Berbera in Somaliland. According to Somaliland immigration authorities, the arrivals were from the Qahdani and Ibb tribes fleeing violence in Mukha, Taiz region, Yemen; and all has the relevant travel documentation. On 1 April 2015, 90 people reached the port of Bossaso (Puntland) comprising Somali returnees, orig inally from Puntland and South Central (Mogadishu, Kismayo, Qoryooleey etc.), claiming to fleeing violence against Somalis living in the Sana`a, Aden and Mukala areas of Yemen, and protection issues affecting women; as well as groups of Yemeni nationals. On Friday 17 April, 321 new arrivals (166 male 155 female and 123 children below the age of 18 years) which comprised 306 Somalis (251 from Mogadishu; and 55 from Somaliland), 14 Yemenis, and one Ethiopian, reached the port of Berbera from Mukha, Yemen. By 21 April 2015, the total number of arrivals in Puntland and Somaliland had reached 2,000. New refugee arrivals/returnees are reported to be travelling on commercial boats, each paying $50 per person; however in some instances had had to pay additional money to the owners / brokers of the boats to be able to travel as there are many people on the waiting list for departure. According to the Inter-Agency Task Force, which has been established by the government of Somaliland and Puntland together with United Nations (UN) Agencies, it is anticipated that about 100,000 arrivals/returnees are expected to arrive within the next six months.  
FR-2015-000046-RUS Fire Russia Between 12-15 April 2015, due to the extremely dry weather, high air temperatures and heavy wind in the territory of Republic of Khakassia located in the South Siberian part of Russia, a massive forest fire covered a large territory of 38 settlements. According to the Ministry of Russian Federation for Civil Defense, Emergencies and Elimination of Consequences of Natural Disasters (EMERCOM), about 1,000 private houses, one school and two hospitals were fully destroyed, thus affecting some 5,000 people.30 people are reported died due to the massive and heavy fire. The total damage estimated equals to 7 billion rubles, equaling to CHF 140 million. 
VO-2015-000045-CHL Volcano Chile Servicio Nacional de Geología y Minería (SERNAGEOMIN) y su Red Nacional de Vigilancia Volcánica, a través de su Observatorio Volcanológico de los Andes del Sur (OVDAS), informa mediante su Report 
ST-2015-000044-IND SEVERE LOCAL STORM India A powerful storm swept through India's eastern Bihar state overnight leaving at least 33 people dead and destroying crops and properties, officials and a report said 22 April 2015. 
EP-2015-000043-NER Epidemic Niger Niger's Ministry of Public Health officially declared measles and meningitis outbreaks on 1 Apr 2015. As of 18 Apr, the meningitis outbreak had affected all regions except Diffa, with 905 cases recorded since the beginning of the year and a fatality rate of 9,39 per cent. Three health districts had reached the epidemic threshold, with Niamey being the most affected with almost 400 cases. The total number of measles cases stood at 3,080 since the beginning of the year, with 12 health districts having reached the epidemic threshold. Zinder was the most affected region with 2,072 cases. 
FL-2015-000042-RWA Flood Rwanda On 3 April 2015, the Nyamasheke and Rubavu district located in the Western Province of Rwanda experienced heavy rainfall, which resulted in flooding and landslides. According to preliminary assessments (Rwanda Red Cross Society), it is estimated that 3, 425 people (685 households) have been affected; and are being accommodated in nearby communities, after their homes were damaged. It has been reported that 206 hectares of crops have been inundated, and household items washed away. In addition, water supply and sanitation infrastructures have been flooded, which has increased the risk of water and airborne diseases. 
ST-2015-000041-PRY SEVERE LOCAL STORM Paraguay On 4 Apr 2015, a severe storm hit several towns in the department of Concepcion in northern Paraguay, affecting houses, crops and farm animals. Authorities estimate that 5,000 people were affected and have begun the response by providing roofing material, food and medical attention. OCHA is processing an application for emergency funds to support the authorities in the response. 
FL-2015-000040-SOM Flood Somalia Within the last 48 hours, heavy downpour has been experienced in many parts of the Juba and Shabelle River basins both in Somalia and in the Ethiopian Highlands (Table 1). Flash floods have been reported in some areas including Belet Weyne and Mogadishu. Following the heavy rains, the river levels have increased drastically in the upper reaches of the two rivers. This high river level is expected to translate into high levels downstream thus endangering vulnerable communities. The rainfall forecast for the next seven days (18th to 24th April, 2015) is pointing towards moderate to heavy rains within the Ethiopian highlands and inside Somalia as seen in Map 1. Observed river levels along the Juba and Shabelle Rivers are expected to continue rising further in the coming week following the foreseen heavy rains. There is therefore high risk of flooding in the coming few days in the lower reaches Shabelle rivers given the current situation and the foreseen rains. 
FL-2015-000039-KAZ Flood Kazakhstan Floods in Karaganda Oblast continue to wreak havoc as Kazakh authorities are forced to evacuate dozens of settlements, Tengrinews reports citing the Oblast's Department of Emergency Situations. 1,760 houses have been flooded in 35 villages. 340 livestock have drowned. 
EP-2015-000038-SDN Epidemic Sudan In December 2014, an outbreak of measles started in Sudan's Gedarif and Kassala States. A localized response vaccination campaign was implemented. However, clustered measles cases started to be reported from additional 13 localities in 10 states. By the beginning of March 2015, more than 1,600 suspected cases (with 710 confirmed) had been reported from 23 localities in 12 states. One month later, at the beginning of April, 3,015 suspected cases (with 1697 confirmed) had been reported from 31 localities in 14 states. 
FL-2015-000037-HTI Flood Haiti Heavy rainfall over the weekend of 4-5 Apr 2015 affected almost 9,000 families in Haiti, most of them in the West department. Six people died in flooding in Port-au-Prince. Almost 9,000 houses were flooded and 62 destroyed; 245 families evacuated.  
ST-2015-000036-THA SEVERE LOCAL STORM Thailand Seasonal storms pounded about 50 villages in 11 districts of eight provinces on 7 and 8 April 2015, damaging more than 900 houses. 
ST-2015-000035-BTN SEVERE LOCAL STORM Bhutan The windstorm that swept across nine dzongkhags on the night of April 4 injured three people and affected 792 households, mostly in the southern belt in Bhutan. 
LS-2015-000034-TJK Land Slide Tajikistan Ten people were killed by a mudslide in Tajikistan on Friday while working on an irrigation project in the mountains outside the capital Dushanbe. 
FL-2015-000033-MOZ Flood Mozambique On 12 January 2015, the Council of Ministers of Mozambique declared the institutional red alert for Mozambique after intense rains fell over the country, affecting thousands of people, disrupting roads and damaging infrastructure. According to the National Disaster Management Institute (INGC) it is estimated that near 144,330 people (approximately 30,000 families) are affected across the country. In Zambézia province a total of 95,360 people (19,072 families) are affected by the floods, with 50,481 people (11,661 households) hosted in 49 accommodation centres. The death toll due to flooding, lightning and house collapse has risen to 64. The situation and figures may vary as the capacity to assess the situation improves. Additional air transport support is being sought. 
OT-2015-000032-KEN Other Kenya ? In the town of Garissa (North Eastern Province) on 2 April a siege by suspected al Shabaab Islamist militants at the city's Garissa University College Campus took place. Reports indicate that several gunmen opened fire on guards at around 05h30 before being confronted by police and withdrawing into the campus buildings with several hostages. ? At 22h00 2 April, official and local sources have confirmed that the siege is over. ? As of now, at least 152 people have been confirmed dead, although it is likely the number will be much higher. At least 79 people are reported injured. Victims are being transferred to Garissa General Hospital. However, due to the high number of injured, some of them have been referred to private hospitals. ? Kenya's Interior Minister told reporters in Garissa that about 500 out of 815 students were accounted for. ? All 4 attackers (who reportedly had explosives strapped to them) are reported to have been killed. ? The affected area has been cordoned off by the security forces. A 18h30-06h30 curfew in Garissa, Mandera, Wajir and Tana River is to be implemented from 3 April to 14 April.  
LS-2015-000031-BDI Land Slide Burundi On the 29th of March 2015, in the afternoon, heavy rains caused floods and landslides in Muhuta, a commune of Bujumbura Rural Province, in Western Burundi. The most affected collines are Nyaruhongoka and Rutunga (in Muhuta commune) which are located on the edge of the lake Tanganyika. The affected population are mainly farmers, fishermen and business men around the national road number 5, between Bujumbura and Rumonge. They belong to very poor villages from one of the most vulnerable area of the cholera belt. According to the first rapid assessment carried out by the Burundi Red Cross volunteers, this event resulted in the destruction of 349 houses, 2 churches, 1 health center, 2 schools (1 primary and 1 secondary). Two bridges were also destroyed together with 5 Km of the national road number 5, between Bujumbura and Rumonge (in the south of Burundi).  
ST-2015-000030-BGD SEVERE LOCAL STORM Bangladesh A severe storm sweeping across Bangladesh killed at least 24 people and injured dozens more, mostly in Bogra district in the northern part of the country. 
FL-2015-000029-IND Flood India Up to 16 people were killed on Monday as a devastating flood in the Kashmir valley forced thousands to flee to safer places as rain-fed streams rushed down the mountains, flooding parts of Srinagar. A man was washed away by a swollen river in Jammu region. 
TC-2015-000028-FSM Tropical Cyclone Micronesia, Federated States Tropical Cyclone Maysak rapidly intensified on 29 Mar 2015, as it moved across the eastern islands of the Federated States of Micronesia. Chuuk State experienced high winds and heavy rain, and number of homes lost their roofs and some power lines were damaged. On 30 Mar, the typhoon had reached category 4 and was heading towards Yap State. Afterwards it is forecast to continue northwest towards northern Philippines, slightly weakening. 
FL-2015-000027-CHL Flood Chile Torrential rains starting on 25 Mar 2015 in a normally parched Atacama region of northern Chile triggered widespread flooding that left at least four people dead and 22 missing, prompting the government to declare a state of emergency. Hundreds of people were left homeless after their houses were destroyed by rushing waters that also knocked out power supplies and damaged roads. 
FL-2015-000026-ECU Flood Ecuador Heavy rainfall affected several areas of Ecuador starting in mid-March 2015, triggering river overflow and landslides in several provinces. As of 23 Mar, damage to houses and infrastructure as well as casualties have been reported in most provinces, with at least seven people killed. More rainfall is expected. 
VO-2015-000025-CRI Volcano Costa Rica On 12 March 2015, the Turrialba Volcano - located in the Canton of Turrialba in the Province of Cartago, with an approximate elevation of 3,340 meters above sea level and a volcanic edifice 1,900 meters high - commenced eruptive activity characterized by ash expulsions. Three events of this same type were registered on the same day at 10:52, 13:38 and 14:50 local time, the latter being the most intense. As a result of these eruptions and due to wind conditions prevailing in the Central Valley area, a dispersion cloud formed covering most of the northern Central Valley sector. The cloud caused the interruption of operations for over 24 hours at the Juan Santamaría International Airport. This situation caused alarm among the population in the affected areas given that the Turrialba Volcano has been active since 2001 with increased activity since 2010. This is the first time that ash has rained down with this intensity. The National Risk Prevention and Emergency Care Commission (C.N.E. for its Spanish acronym) alerted the Technical Advisory Committee on Volcanology to conduct the relevant scientific studies around the situation so that first responder institutions and other government agencies could have the necessary data for appropriate decision-making. The Cantons of Alvarado and Turrialba are currently under a Yellow Alert due to their proximity to the volcano. The Costa Rican government is focusing work on four key actions: 1. Organizing the population 2. Rehabilitating evacuation routes 3. Responding to the impact on agriculture and livestock. 4. Monitoring and tracking volcanic activity 
FL-2015-000024-ARG Flood Argentina February 2015 has brought significant precipitation to mainly the Centro 1, Cuyo and northwestern regions of Argentina, causing flooding in many municipalities in the provinces of Córdoba, Santa Fe, San Luis, Catamarca, Santiago del Estero and Tucumán. 
WF-2015-000023-CHL Wild fire Chile Chile's Interior Ministry declared state of emergency in the cities of Valparaiso and Viña del Mar due to a raging forest fire and informed that about 6,000 people had already been evacuated and another 10,000 might have to be evacuated as a preventive measure. According to officials, the fire started on 13 Mar 2015 at an illegal garbage dump and spread quickly because of the strong winds in the area. 
OT-2015-000022-VNM Other Viet Nam On 2 March 2015 oil lumps appear scattered early morning but only a few hours later large area under the waves washed ashore, polluting beaches series in the area of ??Back Beach, Vung Tau (Ba Ria - Vung Tau). 
OT-2015-000021-GMB Other Gambia Currently (November 2014) 261,784 persons are food insecure and require immediate food assistance. This is projected to increase to 442,429 in March 2015 if no major relief intervention is received based on Harmonize Framework Exercise in November 2014. 
TC-2015-000020-VUT Tropical Cyclone Vanuatu Tropical Cyclone Pam formed in the south Pacific Ocean on 9 Mar 2015 and started moving south. On 10 Mar at 12.00 UTC, its centre was located approx. 340km eastsoutheast of the Duff Islands (Solomon Islands) and it had max. sustained winds of 148 km/h. Over the next 48 h, Pam is forecast to move southwards, towards Tafea province (Vanuatu), intensifying. Heavy rainfall and strong winds may affect Vanuatu, and some areas of Solomon Islands and Fiji. As of 10 Mar, the corresponding National Meteorological Services have issued warnings for the islands. 
ST-2015-000019-TZA SEVERE LOCAL STORM Tanzania On 3 Mar 2015, hail storms accompanied by strong winds and heavy rainfall hit the villages of Mwakata, Magung'unhwa and Nhumbi in Msalala district, in Tanzania's northwestern Shinyanga region, killing 47 people. According to the Tanzania Red Cross Society, up to 5,000 people have been affected, including 3,500 people who were displaced after the storms damaged or destroyed 634 houses. 
FL-2015-000018-PNG Flood Papua New Guinea Papua New Guinea's Western Highlands and Jiwaka provinces have been hit hard by floods and landslides and killed seven people. 
FL-2015-000017-PAK Flood Pakistan Heavy rainfall affected north-western Pakistan over 24-25 February 2015. In total, 25 deaths related to the severe weather conditions have been reported over the past week. 
AV-2015-000016-AFG Snow Avalanche Afghanistan Avalanches triggered by heavy snow have killed more than 100 people in mountainous areas of northern Afghanistan. 
EP-2015-000015-MOZ Epidemic Mozambique A total of 3,478 cholera cases have been recorded in Mozambique, with a death toll of 37. New cases continue to be reported in the provinces of Nampula, Niassa and Tete (As of 25th Feb) 
FL-2015-000014-DOM Flood Dominican Republic Heavy rainfall starting in mid-February 2015 caused flooding and landslides in the Dominican Republic. As of 21 Feb, more than 4,000 houses had been affected and 20,000 people were seeking shelter with family and friends. A red alert was in effect for three provinces. 
EP-2015-000013-KEN Epidemic Kenya On 3 February 2015, the Director of Medical Services in Kenya issued a cholera outbreak alert following an increase in cases of Acute Watery Diarrhea (AWD) in several counties in the country. Epidemiologic investigations conducted by the Ministry of Health's (MoH) Disease Surveillance and Response Unit (DSRU) and the Field Epidemiology and Laboratory Training Programme (FELTP) in Homa Bay, Migori and Nairobi counties have confirmed cholera outbreaks in these counties. 
FL-2015-000012-MKD Flood Macedonia  
FL-2015-000011-PER Flood Peru Beginning in September 2014, floods, heavy rains, hail and landslides affected several parts of Peru including Arequipa, Loreto, Cusco, Amazonas, and San Martin. Various districts of the forest areas have been under a state of emergency as a result of weeks of rains. In the departments of Loreto and San Martín, more than 30,000 people are affected and 2,000 are homeless. An orange alert is active for the Amazon River and a red alert is active for other major rivers at the Peruvian jungle. Authorities are coordinating to provide aid to people affected by the ongoing hail, rains, flooding, and landslides.  
FL-2015-000010-IDN Flood Indonesia The National Disaster Mitigation Agency (BPNB) predicts peak floods in Jakarta and its surrounding areas will happen in early January 2015. It will also affect hundreds of thousands of people. 
FL-2015-000009-ALB Flood Albania Due to the heavy rainfalls in recent days, which varied between 160 and 200 mm in three days equalling to a normal monthly ratio, the southern and south-eastern parts of Albania have been hit by major floods, leading to the evacuation of some 850 families from their houses since Sunday, 1st February 2015 up to date. The situation in Vlora and Fier, Berat, Elbasan and Gjirokaster districts is becoming increasingly critical. The heavy rains going on uninterrupted for almost five days have increased the levels of the Vjosa, Devoll, Osum and Seman rivers which have inundated their banks and caused huge flooding in several areas endangering also some major national highways. The rise of the rivers is threatening the nearby communes and villages especially in Levan, Darzeze, Fitore, Poro, Delisuf, Akerni, Novosele, Docove, Frakull, Bishan, Mifol, Ferras and UraVajgurore.  
FL-2015-000008-BOL Flood Bolivia At beginning of February 2015, the rainy season had affected 65,000 people in Bolivia. Heavy rains and hailstorms killed 18 people and destroyed 7,000 hectares of crops. 
TC-2015-000007-PYF Tropical Cyclone French Polynesia NIKO formed in the South Pacific Ocean, north of the Leeward islands in French Polynesia, on 20 January, and started moving south-east, intensifying. On 21 January, at 6.00 UTC, NIKO's centre had passed between the Tuamotu and the Windward groups of islands and it was located approximately 165 km south-east of Tahiti. Its maximum sustained wind speed was 93 km/h. Over the following 48 hours, the Tropical Cyclone is forecast to continue on its south-eastern track, approaching the west Tuamotu islands later on 22 January. It will then proceed with a turn towards the south. Its intensity is expected to increase until approximately the afternoon/evening of 23 January and then it is forecast to start weakening. Heavy rainfall, strong winds and high seas are forecast to affect the islands along NIKO's path and France MeteoFrench Polynesia has issued an Orange Warning for the western Tuamotu Islands. 
FL-2015-000006-MWI Flood Malawi Heavy rains over the last few weeks have led to severe flooding across Malawi. To date, an estimated 106,000 people have been displaced, 48 killed, and 19 remain missing. The floods have also caused extensive damage to crops, livestock and infrastructure. The southern districts of Nsanje, Chikwawa, Phalombe and Zomba are the most affected. A growing concern is disease prevention, given the poor sanitary and drainage conditions at relocation sites. In response, the President of the Republic of Malawi declared a State of Disaster in the 15 affected districts (out of a total of 28 districts) on 13 January 2015. With the numbers of people affected and displaced continuing to rise, the President has appealed to the international community for support, specifically in the provision of tents, food and non-food items; and in the conducting of search and rescue operations. Some areas are inaccessible, impeding the conducting of assessments. While a decrease in rainfall is forecasted for southern Malawi over the next week, more rains are predicted for the north of the country. Malawi has been receiving significant rains since December 2014, and this trend is expected to continue as the country is forecasted to receive normal to above-normal rainfall between January and March 2015. 
TC-2015-000005-PHL Tropical Cyclone Philippines Tropical Cyclone Mekkhala (locally named Amang) is forecast to reach the Philippines island of Samar in the morning of 17 Jan 2015. Then it is forecast to turn north-west across central-northern Philippines, weakening into a Tropical Depression. As of 16 Jan 11.00 UTC, a Public Storm Warning Signal #1 was in effect for parts of Luzon and Visayas, as heavy rainfall and strong winds may affect the areas along the storm's path. 
TC-2015-000004-MDG Tropical Cyclone Madagascar The tropical cyclone forming in the Mozambique Channel, which will be named Chedza, is continuing on its trajectory toward the east of Madagascar, and is expected to intensify and make landfall on 16 Jan 2015. Many models are predicting that Chedza will cross Madagascar fairly quickly, only to reorganize itself and move rapidly towards Réunion Island and Mauritius by 18 Jan. 
TC-2015-000003-MUS Tropical Cyclone Mauritius Tropical Cyclone Bansi is forecasted to make landfall over Rodrigues, the autonomous outer island of the Republic of Mauritius, on 16 Jan 2015 as either a very intense Category 4 or Category 5 tropical cyclone. Rodrigues has a population of about 42,000. 
CW-2015-000002-LBN Cold Wave Lebanon Lebanon has been hit by a major snow storm "Zeina" (as nominated by the meteorologist) as of Tuesday 6January 2015. The Storm is affecting the entire country and it has blocked major roads leading to mountain villages starting from 700m above sea level. Coastal roads and villages are being affected by 6 to 9 meter sea waves which have developed floods. In coastal areas, the storm caused the ports of Sidon, Tyre and Tripoli to shut down for the second day on Wednesday, while hail fell in Beirut and the temperature dropped to less than 6 Celsius, a rare occurrence in the capital. In north Lebanon, thick layers of snow covered the mountains and slopes in Akkar, and a thin layer reached the coast for the first time in 60 years. Roads from an altitude of 600 meters above sea level were still blocked by snow, as bulldozers and snowplows began clearing main motorways Thursday to unblock many villages that were completely cut off. Most villages above 1,200 meters have been completely blocked out. Weather conditions are making it very difficult to reach blocked out villages. The storm is accompanied by extreme temperatures as low as -16 C and strong winds halting air traffic at Beirut airport and prompting the government to order the closure of schools across the country. Coastal areas are being affected by major floods that have damaged houses and property along the coast. The entire population, Lebanese and refugees, are being affected and are facing extreme weather conditions. Based on the ongoing assessment held by the Lebanese Red Cross there is more than 1 Million people are affected by this storm.  
CW-2015-000002-PSE Cold Wave Palestine (West Bank, Gaza) An exceptional winter storm, named Huda, started sweeping across the West Bank and Gaza on 6 January 2015, bringing heavy snow, rainfall, high winds and freezing temperature that lasted for 5 days. The storm generated flooding in several areas in Palestine and the temporary displacement of thousands of people. These extreme weather conditions have also caused the death of 3 children and a man. Situation particularly affected Gaza strip where thousands of people remain displaced due the heavily house destruction during the recent conflict 
FL-2015-000001-ZWE Flood Zimbabwe Heavy and incessant rains which have been deposited in the country since the setting on of the rain season in the beginning of the December has resulted in floods and adverse weather condition induced emergencies across the whole country. The rains which have continued to pound into the festive period and projected to persist indefinitely have to date heavily affected 5 provinces Manicaland, Mashonaland Central, Mashonaland East, Mashonaland West and the Midlands. 
OT-2014-000177-KEN Other Kenya On Saturday, 22 November, 2014 at approximately 0545HRS, a bus travelling from Mandera Town, North East Kenya to Nairobi was attacked at Ledhi, in the Arabia area, 30km from Mandera Town. The attackers, suspected to be Al Shabaab militants are reported to have been heavily armed, and diverted the bus off the road and forced all passengers aboard to alight. The passengers are reported to have been separated into two groups by the militants. One group was freed while the second group of 28 (comprising of 19 males and 9 females) was executed (shot dead). 
ST-2014-000176-USA SEVERE LOCAL STORM United States Severe storms brought damaging winds, hail and flooding to the Midwest, Rockies and eastern parts of the country.  
ST-2014-000175-USA SEVERE LOCAL STORM United States Severe storms across the Rockies and Central Plains states brought hail and damaging winds causing more than $2 billion worth of damage.  
DR-2014-000174-USA Drought United States A continuation of drought conditions from previous years persisted on through most of 2014 across much of the Western United States from California to Texas causing more than $4 billion worth of damage.  
EP-2014-000173-MDG Epidemic Madagascar On 4 Nov 2014, WHO was notified by the Ministry of Health of Madagascar of an outbreak of plague. The first case was identified on 31 Aug and the patient died on 3 Sep. As of 16 November, a total of 119 cases of plague had been confirmed, including 40 deaths. Only 2 per cent of reported cases were of the pneumonic form. By 20 Feb 2015, 283 suspected, probable or confirmed cases, including 74 deaths, had been reported. The outbreak peaked in November and December but had slowed for the time being. Health officials were keeping a close watch over the situation as the plague season on the island continues until April. 
OT-2014-000172-CMR Other Cameroon The Far Nord region of Cameroun has experienced population movement since 2006 with the crisis in Chad and now with the political instability from the North East of Nigeria. Substantial assistance has been provided to refugees during the last few years and this situation has increased the operational capacities of different local and international NGOs, the UN agencies and the Cameroun RC in this region too. From July 2014, a large number of Nigerian refugees have been crossing the border into Cameroun, fleeing the conflict: about 35,000 refugees have been registered by UNHCR. About 30,000 internally displaced persons (IDPs) have also been reported, following clashes at the border where some villages and towns have been attacked. 
CW-2014-000171-MKD Cold Wave Macedonia On 28 December 2014, the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia was hit by heavy snowfalls that resulted in snow drifts, two meters high in some places, limiting the movement of all types of vehicles on many highways and mountain corridors, cutting the communication with a number of mountain villages. The electricity lines were also cut in some of the regions, the most affected ones being Ohrid, Struga, Debar, Kichevo, Skopje, and Makedonski Brod. For more than ten hours about 150 vehicles with 500 drivers and passengers were stranded on the Skopje - Ohrid highway due to the heavy snowfall. 
EP-2014-000170-SSD Epidemic South Sudan Starting in mid-2014, Kala-azar (Visceral Leishmaniasis) cases started to increase considerably in South Sudan. By 12 Dec, the number of cases and deaths had increased to 7,204 and 199 respectively. In comparison, 2,992 cases and 88 deaths had been reported over the same period in 2013. 
TC-2014-000169-PHL Tropical Cyclone Philippines Tropical Storm Jangmi, locally named Seniang, made landfall on the Philippines' main southern island of Mindanao on 29 Dec 2014 and then crossed to the central islands, causing floods and landslides. By 31 Dec, 53 people had been killed and 121,737 affected, of which 80,186 were in evacuation centres. 
FL-2014-000168-MYS Flood Malaysia Heavy rain and flooding along the Thai-Malaysian border have left one child dead, two people missing, dozens of villages inundated, and the Sungai Kolok border crossing closed. 
FL-2014-000168-THA Flood Thailand Heavy rain and flooding along the Thai-Malaysian border have left one child dead, two people missing, dozens of villages inundated, and the Sungai Kolok border crossing closed. 
CE-2014-000167-PAK Complex Emergency Pakistan Since mid-June approximately 961,000 people have fled North Waziristan Agency (NWA) to KPk Province, FATA, and other parts of Pakistan. 
CW-2014-000166-JPN Cold Wave Japan A total of six people have been confirmed dead after snow blanketed wide areas of Japan over the weekend, disrupting traffic and leaving about 1,200 people cut off. 
EP-2014-000165-PAK Epidemic Pakistan Heading into 2014, data for polio cases in Pakistan showed an increase by 57 per cent from 58 cases in 2012 to 91 in 2013. (UN-OCHA) In 2014, the epidemic has hit a 15-year high, with 210 cases as of 24 October, or 80 per cent of all the polio cases in the world. (AFP) 
LS-2014-000164-IDN Land Slide Indonesia Heavy rains in central Indonesia loosened soil and collapsed a hill, setting off a landslide that killed at least 18 villagers and left 90 others missing under piles of mud. 
FL-2014-000163-COL Flood Colombia A second rainy season started at the end of September 2014. In October, more than 52,000 people were affected and 24 were killed by events associated with increased rainfalls, such as floods, landslides and winter storms. By 24 Nov, more than 100,000 people had been affected and 44 killed. At the beginning of December, floods and landslides affected almost 9,000 people in Chocó. 
FL-2014-000162-LKA Flood Sri Lanka Floods, high winds, and landslides have affected over 90,000 people in 15 of the 25 districts of the country. Seven people have died and over 12,000 are living in 96 safety centers.  
AC-2014-000161-MDV Tech. Disaster Maldives On 4 Dec 2014, a fire broke out in the Maldives Water and Sewerage (MWSC) Company Generator Unit in the capital Malé, causing severe damage to the unit and forcing MWSC - the sole provider of clean desalinated water in the capital - had to suspend all water supply. The Government declared a state of disaster and set up a task force to coordinate the distribution of safe drinking water. Governments of India, Sri Lanka, China and the United States have been requested to support the Maldives. 
TC-2014-000160-PHL Tropical Cyclone Philippines As of 3 Dec 2014, Typhoon Hagupit (named Ruby in the Philippines) was expected to enter the Philippine area of responsibility in the morning of 4 Dec and make landfall on 6 Dec. If Hagupit continues under its projected track, an estimated 4.5 million people may be affected. 
FL-2014-000159-MAR Flood Morocco Violent storms have caused widespread flooding and flood several wadis (river) in a large part of the south of the country.  
VO-2014-000158-CPV Volcano Cape Verde Cabo Verde's Fogo volcano began erupting on 23 Nov 2014, and an emergency was declared for the islands of Fogo and neighboring Brava. The lava front has effectively cut road access to several communities, halting all evacuation effort by motorized vehicles. The lava has also claimed large agriculture fields. Large emissions of toxic gases represent a serious public health threat to local population. 
EQ-2014-000157-CHN Earthquake China, People's Republic Two people had been confirmed killed and another 54 injured as of 6:30 a.m. Sunday (23 November 2014) after a 6.3 magnitude earthquake hit Kangding County in southwest China's Sichuan. 
EQ-2014-000156-JPN Earthquake Japan A major earthquake with a magnitude of 6.7 struck Nagano Prefecture and surrounding areas in central Honshu on Saturday night, injuring at least 39 people and causing damage. 
FL-2014-000155-HTI Flood Haiti Heavy rainfall starting at the beginning of November 2014 caused flooding and landslides in Northern Haiti, killing 17 people. More than 15,000 houses were flooded, 90 were destroyed and 800 were severely damaged. Over 6,500 people were temporarily housed in emergency shelters. The floods also affected over 2,200 hectares of crops in one of the country's most fertile areas. 
FL-2014-000154-IDN Flood Indonesia Continued flooding occurred from 1-3 Nov in Aceh, northern Sumatra. In Aceh Barat Daya over 46,100 people are affected and almost 6,900 people are affected in Aceh Jaya.  
VO-2014-000153-ECU Volcano Ecuador Since 20 October 2014, the Chiles and Cerro Negro volcanoes have increased volcanic activity causing several earthquakes and tremors. These volcanoes are located on the border between Ecuador and Colombia. The strongest earthquake felt until now occurred on that same date at 2:33 pm local time, registering 5.8 on the Richter scale with a depth of less than 10 kilometres. The Chiles and Cerro Negro volcanoes monitoring network continues to register quakes at the Colombian-Ecuadorian border with an epicenter area southwest of the Chiles volcano. According to Geophysical Institutes of Ecuador (IGEPN) and Colombia reports, the Cantons of Tulcán and Espejo are in the areas under the greatest influence from the eruptive effects of the Chiles and Cerro Negro volcanoes. Under these conditions, on 22 October 22 COE meeting the Risk Management Secretariat declared an Orange Alert for areas considered high-risk in the province and kept Technical Task Forces permanently active. Preliminary data from the Ecuador Risk Management Secretariat reported damage to access roads to the Maldonado Parish in the Canton of Tulcán. The Ministry of Transportation and Public Works is rehabilitating the alternate road connecting the Parish of Chical and the Province of Imbabura, which will serve as an evacuation route should another natural event occur. The areas affected by the volcano-caused earthquakes are the Cantons of Tulcán and Espejo, putting approximately 15,000 people at risk.  
FL-2014-000152-ETH Flood Ethiopia Some 72,680 people in Ethiopia's Afar, Somali and SNNP regions were affected by flooding in September and October 2014. More than 50,000 people were displaced, having partially or totally lost their homes and livelihoods. The forecasted good performance of the deyr (October-December) rains in the Somali region pose a continued risk of flooding. The Government and humanitarian partners started mobilizing resources. 
EP-2014-000151-NER Epidemic Niger Niger has seen more than 1,300 cases of cholera since the beginning of the year, with 51 people dying of the disease, the United Nations said Monday. In September alone there were 38 reported deaths from cholera, said the UN's Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) in the capital Niamey on its website. The spike in the number of cholera deaths was due in part of heavy flooding which has inundated Niger since June ( 
FL-2014-000150-SOM Flood Somalia Starting in October 2014, heavy rains in south-central Somalia and in upper parts of the Shabelle basin in the Somali-Ethiopian border, have caused flooding along both the Shabelle and Juba Rivers. The worst-hit areas are along the Shabelle River: Beledweyne in Hiraan region, and in the Middle Shabelle region, where there have been some river breakages. Along the Juba River, Dolo in Gedo region, and Jilib and Jamame in Lower Juba have been affected. Xudur in Bakool region has also experienced heavy rains 
CE-2014-000149-NGA Complex Emergency Nigeria Recently there has been a spate of suicide attacks on civilians in towns and villages, markets and places of worship, national, international and traditional institutions, shopping malls, commuter bus terminals and petrol service stations. The Nigerian Government has declared the state of emergency in the States of Borno, Adamawa and Yobe. An important influx of Internal Displaced Population has been reported during the last months. IDP Camps have been opened by the Adamawa State Emergency Management Agency (ADSEMA) in Girei, in Mubi and other parts of this State. By the end of September, the Nigerian Red Cross registered more than 4,000 with a daily registration of at least 100 IDPs while there is an increased influx of IDPs into host communities across Yola, Mubi, Gomi, Fufure, Maiha, Numan, Lamurde, Ngurore and Girei LGAs in Adamawa State. Registration of IDPs in host communities is ongoing and around 75,000 IDPs living in host communities have been registered by other organizations in these areas. Mubi LGA of Adamawa State is also hosting a large number of IDPs that fled from Gwoza, Askira Uba, Damboa and Chibok LGAs of Borno State and Michka and Shua LGAs of Adamawa State. The unrest has killed at least 8,600 civilians (according to NEMA), but an exact figure is difficult to calculate. The killings had occurred in over 70 towns and villages in four North- Eastern States of Nigeria (Adamawa, Bauchi, Borno and Yobe states), including Federal Capital Territory Abuja, Kano, and Kaduna. There has been a dramatic increase during 2014 in the number of casualties from explosions, including several apparent suicide attempt bombings (including teenage female suicide bombers). Since January, more than 400 people have been reportedly killed in 14 explosions in crowded places. The pace of attacks has dramatically intensified in remote villages since May 2013 when the Federal Government imposed a State of Emergency (6 months) in the North-Eastern states of Adamawa, Borno and Yobe. The State of Emergency has been extended on two occasions. More than 600,000 people in Adamawa, Borno and Yobe states (70 percent of them women and children) have fled their homes since early 2013, according to the National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA). 
LS-2014-000148-LKA Land Slide Sri Lanka About 100 people are feared dead following a landslide in central Sri Lanka, the government says. The landslide, which came after heavy monsoon rains, engulfed about 140 houses in Badulla district. 
DR-2014-000147-BOL Drought Bolivia An assessment carried out by authorities identified six municipalities in the department of Santa Cruz impacted by drought. An estimated 10,236 families are affected (about 51,180 people) as well as 20,344 hectares - 90 per cent of which is corn crops. So far, 12 municipalities have declared an emergency situation. The number of people affected is expected to rise to 150,000. 
OT-2014-000146-BLR Other Belarus Since June 2014 Belarus has seen increasing numbers of people fleeing the areas of conflict in Ukraine. At 16 October, the authorities reported that the number of asylum applications reached 511, while some 30,000 Ukrainian citizens are reportedly seeking other forms of legal stay in Belarus 
OT-2014-000146-RUS Other Russia The situation in the south-eastern parts of Ukraine is causing a massive flow of Ukrainian citizens into the territory of the Russian Federation. According to data from the Russian Federal Migration Service, confirmed by UNHCR, more than 1 million Ukrainian citizens have entered and stayed in Russia since the beginning of 2014. 369,229 people have crossed the Ukrainian-Russian border due to military actions, and they are seeking a legal status in the territory of Russian Federation. Out of the latter category, more than 177,637 people from Ukraine have applied to the Federal Migration Service of Russia for asylum. As of 15 November 2014, 272,666 people have applied to the local authorities and the Russian Red Cross, asking for possible relief assistance.  
VO-2014-000145-COL Volcano Colombia Authorities ordered the evacuation of about 12,000 people residing in Nariño,in the vicinity to Chiles and Black Mountain volcanoes on the border with Ecuador, reported yesterday the online edition of daily El Espectador (Colombia). 
FL-2014-000144-NIC Flood Nicaragua Twenty-two people have died in Nicaragua during several days of heavy rains. Nine of them were killed in the capital Managua when a wall collapsed during a torrential downpour. 
EP-2014-000143-SLB Epidemic Solomon Islands On 23 Jul 2014, WHO issued a health alert for a suspected measles outbreak in the Solomon Islands. By the end of August, over 600 cases had been reported, including two measles-related deaths. By 7 Sep, the number of cases had increased to 953, with 436 new cases in the previous week. By 5 Oct, 3,802 cases, including seven deaths, had been reported. Cases were reported from all ten provinces. 
TC-2014-000142-JPN Tropical Cyclone Japan Typhoon Vongfong, the strongest storm to hit Japan this year, has made landfall on the country's main islands, after injuring at least 30 in Okinawa. 
TC-2014-000141-IND Tropical Cyclone India Cyclone Hudhud is moving towards India from the Bay of Bengal and is forecast to bring gales of up to 140 kmph (87 mph), heavy rains and storm surges when it hits the coast of the eastern states of Andhra Pradesh and Odisha on 12 Oct 2014. 
EQ-2014-000140-CHN Earthquake China, People's Republic One person died and 324 others were injured after a 6.6-magnitude quake jolted southwest China's Yunnan Province Tuesday night. 
OT-2014-000139-LBN Other Lebanon Since the beginning of the Syrian Crisis in March 2011, Lebanon has been a safe refuge for hundreds of thousands of people fleeing Syria. The Lebanese Red Cross, the largest humanitarian organization in Lebanon, supported by the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) and Movement partners started to respond to the urgent needs of people affected by the Syrian crisis in Lebanon from the beginning of the continuing crisis targeting Syrians who fled and the most vulnerable host communities they took refuge in. The Federation through its main role to coordinate and provide support and capacity building, focusing on enablers for strengthening the operational abilities of National Societies, is working hand in hand with the Lebanese Red Cross to bring more efficient, speedy and needed aid to people in need across Lebanon.  
OT-2014-000138-JOR Other Jordan Jordan is the country hosting the third largest number of Syrian refugees. As of end of September 2014, the number of registered Syrian refugees in Jordan was estimated at to 619,163. The greatest challenge those refugees face is that of finding livelihood opportunities in order to have access to enough cash to support their rent and their living. In addition, the rising number of refugees has intensified competition for work and depressed the wages for the fortunate few who found employment. The Federation through its main role to coordinate and provide support and capacity building, focusing on enablers for strengthening the operational abilities of National Societies, is working hand in hand with the Jordanian Red Crescent Society to bring more efficient, speedy and needed aid to the affected people in Jordan.  
TC-2014-000137-JPN Tropical Cyclone Japan At least one person was dead and six were missing on 6 October as a strong typhoon whipped through the Tokyo metropolitan area after making landfall further south, bringing torrential rain and strong winds to the Kanto region. 
FL-2014-000136-GEO Flood Georgia On 21 - 24 September heavy rains caused flooding and landslides in the Batumi, Kobuleti, and Ozurgeti, Lanchkhuti, Chokhatauri (Guria Region) municipalities of the Republic of Georgia. Houses, yards and agricultural lands have been seriously flooded. A six-magnitude storm also hit the above mentioned municipalities. 
VO-2014-000135-JPN Volcano Japan Mt. Ontake, a central Japan volcano popular with tourists particularly in the fall, erupted without warning just before noon 27 September 2014, burying at least four people in ash and leaving several others unconscious. 
DR-2014-000132-HND Drought Honduras On 9 July 2014, the Government of Honduras declared an emergency for drought in the dry corridor with more than 186,000 families affected in 165 municipalities. Meteorological experts are predicting a 20 to 40% rainfall deficit.  
DR-2014-000131-KEN Drought Kenya Due to the poor performance of the long rains between the months of March and May 2014 in the Arid and Semi-Arid Lands in Kenya, the drought situation has continued to affect both pastoral and marginal agriculture livelihood zones (the North Western, Northern, North Eastern, South Eastern and parts of Coast). The drought situation is affecting households' food availability as well as livestock productivity. The situation has continued to worsen due to the increase in food prices which has continually eroded household purchasing power driven by increase in fuel costs, and general inflation. Through the launch of this appeal, IFRC will support the Kenya Red Cross Society to assist 649,175 persons affected by the drought situation for a period of 9 months. 
FL-2014-000130-HUN Flood Hungary Due to the heavy and unseasonal rainfall, some of the rivers overswelled, causing floods and inland waters in different parts of Hungary starting from 14 September 2014 onwards. The General Directorate of the Water Management posted red alert on the rivers Dráva, Lajta, Mura, Rába and Zala, in total along 320 kilometres. Floods are affecting a number of 90 villages in 10 counties Vas, Zala, Gy?r-Moson-Sopron, Jász-Nagykun-Szolnok, Veszprém, Baranya, Bács-Kiskun, Nógrád and Fejér. The most affected settlements are situated in the South-Western part of the country.  
FF-2014-000129-SRB Flash Flood Serbia Massive rainfalls in the eastern parts of Serbia have caused major problems in the municipalities of Kladovo, Majdanpek and Negotin. A state of emergency was declared in these municipalities as of 16 September 2014, with the effort to save people`s lives and to reach those villages that are cut off.  
TC-2014-000128-PHL Tropical Cyclone Philippines Tens of thousands of people fled roof-high floods and one girl drowned in the Philippine capital on Friday as another vicious storm swept across the disaster-plagued country. 
VO-2014-000127-PHL Volcano Philippines On 15 Sep 2014, the Philippines raised Alert Level 3 for the Mayon Volcano, indicating that the volcano is exhibiting relatively high unrest and that a hazardous eruption is possible within weeks. More than 50,000 people were identified within the permanent danger and high-risk zones and evacuation began on 16 Sep. 
OT-2014-000126-NER Other Niger Since July 2014, the Diffa region in Niger has received approximately 800 displaced persons from Northern Nigeria each week. With 77,000 displaced persons being hosted in the region, the host and incoming population are in a critical situation due to lack of essential food and non-food items in shelter, health and water and sanitation. Needs assessment and scenario planning undertaken by the humanitarian agencies and the authorities indicate this number will increase as the insecurity in northern Nigeria continues. Most of the displaced person (refugees and returnees) are being hosted by families in communities while a large number are in the islands of Lake Chad.  
OT-2014-000125-TCD Other Chad Since July 2014, the Diffa region in Niger has received approximately 800 displaced persons from Northern Nigeria each week. With 77,000 displaced persons being hosted in the region, the host and incoming population are in a critical situation due to lack of essential food and non-food items in shelter, health and water and sanitation. Needs assessment and scenario planning undertaken by the humanitarian agencies and the authorities indicate this number will increase as the insecurity in northern Nigeria continues. Most of the displaced person (refugees and returnees) are being hosted by families in communities while a large number are in the islands of Lake Chad.  
TC-2014-000124-CHN Tropical Cyclone China, People's Republic yphoon Kalmaegi has left at least seven people dead and one missing and caused huge economic losses since it came ashore in south China on 16 September 2014. 
TC-2014-000124-PHL Tropical Cyclone Philippines Tropical Cyclone FIFTEEN formed on 10 Sep 2014 over the south-western Pacific Ocean and started moving west in the general direction of the Philippines. According to the data of 11 Sep, FIFTEEN may reach the northern Philippines on 15 Sep as a Typhoon, however the uncertainty of the forecast track/intensity is still high. 
FL-2014-000123-SSD Flood South Sudan Starting in July 2014, flooding caused by seasonal rainfall started to worsen living conditions in displacement sites in parts of South Sudan. By 31 Jul, large areas of the Bentiu Protection of Civilian Sites in Unity State were under water. As of 15 Aug, over 68 per cent of the estimated 1.3 million people displaced within South Sudan were sheltering in flood-prone sites. In addition to Bentiu, displacement sites in Juba (Central Equatoria) and Malakal (Upper Nile) had also reported flooding.  
FL-2014-000122-PAK Flood Pakistan Torrential monsoon rains at the beginning of September 2014 killed at least 89 people in Pakistan's most populous province Punjab and in Pakistani-administered Kashmir. The National Disaster Management Authority warned there was a high risk of flooding in three towns along the Chenab river in Punjab and asked people to leave low-lying and vulnerable areas. Troops have been mobilized for flood relief duties in eastern Punjab. The death toll was likely to rise as reports were coming in of floodwaters sweeping through villages in rural areas. 
FL-2014-000121-CMR Flood Cameroon Since 21 August 2014, Bibemi Subdivision, located some 64 kilometres from the city of Garoua (capital of the North Region of Cameroon) has been experiencing heavy rainfall (about 180 mm) that has caused severe flooding in more than 10 villages of the Subdivision, leaving extensive damage and loss of life (a 14-year-old girl drowned) in its wake.  
DR-2014-000120-LKA Drought Sri Lanka In 2014, the failed annual northeast monsoon, which runs through February and supplies water for the agricultural production, resulted in severe crop losses and water shortages in Sri Lanka. By the end of March, over 240,000 families had been affected. By August, low rainfall had further aggravated the impact of the drought, which affected more than 1.8 million people in 16 districts. The Government allocated over $680,000 to provide drought relief, while the UN Emergency Response Coordinator approved $2 million from the Central Emergency Response Fund for food, drinking water and health. 
FL-2014-000119-KOR Flood Korea Republic Flash floods brought on by heavy rain in southern South Korea have killed at least five people, officials say. 
EP-2014-000118-COD Epidemic Congo Democratic Republic On 24 Aug 2014, the Ministry of Health of the Democratic Republic of the Congo declared an Ebola outbreak in the northern Équateur province. As of 25 Aug, 24 suspected cases had been reported, including 13 deaths (five of which were health workers). Four out of eight samples had tested positive for Ebola. 
FL-2014-000117-BGD Flood Bangladesh Seasonal flooding has raised the water level along major rivers in Bangladesh, as of 25 Aug. Six districts in the northern part of the country have been affected. The Government has provided immediate relief to 27,000 households.  
FL-2014-000117-IND Flood India As of 24 Aug, six states in northern India were affected by heavy flooding. The most seriously affected include Uttar Pradesh where 41 people have been killed, Uttarakhand where over 50 people have died, Bihar where 38,000 people were affected and Assam where 35,000 were displaced. 
EP-2014-000116-GHA Epidemic Ghana In June 2014, a cholera outbreak was reported in Ghana. As of 18 Aug, 6,018 cases including 47 deaths (case fatality rate of 0.9%) had been reported from 34 districts in five regions. Greater Accra was the most affected region, with 5,558 cases and 45 deaths. As the numbers of cases were increasing rapidly, the Ghana Health Service requested the assistance of the Red Cross. 
FL-2014-000115-NER Flood Niger Ongoing heavy seasonal rainfall caused flooding in several parts of Niger in August 2014. As of 21 Aug, more than 36,400 people had been affected according to the Government, and 18 deaths had been reported. Tillabéry was the most affected region, followed by Dosso, Maradi and Tahoua. 
LS-2014-000114-JPN Land Slide Japan At least 36 people, including several children, were killed in Japan on 20 August 2014, when landslides triggered by torrential rain slammed into the outskirts of the western city of Hiroshima, and the toll could rise further, police said. 
FL-2014-000113-BGR Flood Bulgaria After an exceptionally dry winter, the weather in Bulgaria started becoming very wet, going to the other extreme. Since the beginning of the summer, heavy rains and hail storms have been a constant problem for the local population. In the late hours of 31 July, storms and heavy rainfalls in North-West Bulgaria caused devastating floods in the regions of Sofia, Plovdiv, Montana and Vratsa. In the region of Vratsa, extensive torrential rains resulted in two waves of flooding on 1 and 2 August 2014. After the river Skat ruptured its banks, two consecutive waves invaded the town of Mizia, Vratsa Region. The number of people directly affected was 7,247 (2,416 households ) in the region of Vratsa. Based on the ongoing assessment conducted by the responsible authorities, more than 80 houses have been totally destroyed, not suitable for living any longer, and 350 have been badly damaged. The direct results of the flood are represented by two fatalities and 800 people evacuated in Mizia, from which approximately 200 were accommodated in an evacuation center managed by the Municipality of Mizia. Furthermore, 100 per cent of the crops in the region has been destroyed and 80 per cent of the livestock is dead. Mizia, Borovan, Byala Slatina and Vratsa are among the most devastated towns and villages. The water level in the town of Mizia and in most of the affected villages reached 2.5 to 5 meters during the most critical moments.  
FL-2014-000112-NPL Flood Nepal Heavy rain continued between 14 and 16 August 2014 causing massive floods and several landslides in 18 districts throughout the country. According to the Initial Rapid Assessment (IRA) reports received from districts to date, a total of 34,760 families (173,800 people) have been affected, of which 5,936 families (29,680 people) are displaced, 100 people are still missing, 53 people confirmed dead, and 30 people were injured. The number of casualties is likely to increase. 
EQ-2014-000111-IRN Earthquake Iran, Islamic Republic An earthquake with the magnitude of 6.1 on the Richter scale rocked South of Ilam province on August18, 2014. As per Tehran University's Seismological Center, the earthquake hit at 07:02 A.M. local time. The villages of Moormoori, Tape Hamame Oliya and Tape Hamame Sofla were the most affected districts. So far, more than 22 aftershocks have been recorded in the affected areas, the biggest of which has been 5 on the Richter scale. As per latest from the field, 60 persons were injured, 12 persons of which were transferred to the nearest hospitals. Preliminary assessments conducted by IRCS Ilam province and city branch. IRCS Relief & Rescue workers of Ilam province were immediately dispatched to the affected areas and swung into actions.  
FL-2014-000110-LAO Flood Lao People's Democratic Republic Due to high intensity of rainfall caused flooding to the surrounding areas. The affected provinces so far include: Savanhnakhet, Saravanh, champasak and Luangphabang. In total 20 district, 450 villages are suffering from floods, 36,563.42 hectares of rice field were inundated and 147 houses were evacuate caused by monsoon rains. Bases on Data from Provincial Disaster Committee  
DR-2014-000109-CHN Drought China, People's Republic Persistent drought has caused widespread water shortages in central and north China, affecting more than 27.5 million people, according to official figures. The result of high temperatures, lack of rainfall and inadequate water storage, central China's Henan and Hubei provinces as well as Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region and the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region in the north saw nearly four million people in need of basic living support, a statement from the Ministry of Civil Affairs said. 
CE-2014-000108-LBY Complex Emergency Libyan Arab Jamah The security situation in Libya that started to deteriorate in May, continues to be highly volatile combined with the political instability related to the transition in the country. The increase of the security incidents associated hundreds of killed and wounded people in the local communities across the country. Libyan Ministry of Health (MOH) has announced 214 killed and more than 900 wounded, due to the recent weeks of clashes in July and August. However, sources including LRCS estimate that more than 600 people were killed. People living in the areas directly affected by the fighting in Benghazi, and then Tripoli are trying to move to safer areas, while others are trapped. Libyan Red Crescent Society (LRCS) risking their lives helped evacuate those trapped as some were locked until the fighting calmed down. MOH warned of a possible collapse of the health system, should the situation continue. This came after the announcement of the evacuation of thousands of Philippine workers in Libya as 3,000 among them work in the health system. 
FL-2014-000107-MMR Flood Myanmar The riverside town of Pegu has been affected by severe flooding after heavy downpours hit much of lower Burma in recent days, causing the Pegu River to swell and burst its banks. Hundreds of residents of the town have seen their neighborhoods flood, forcing some to leave their homes and take shelter in local monasteries, while others have to wade through deep water or use boats to move around. 
TC-2014-000106-JPN Tropical Cyclone Japan Typhoon Halong killed one person in Japan on Sunday and injured 33, media said, as authorities ordered 1.6 million people out of the path of the storm that battered the west of the country with heavy rain and wind. 
CE-2014-000105-LBN Complex Emergency Lebanon  
FL-2014-000104-KHM Flood Cambodia Floods have hit seven Cambodian provinces along the Mekong River and Tonle Sap Lake and claimed eight lives since last week. 
LS-2014-000103-NPL Land Slide Nepal A massive landslide on 2 August 2014 in Nepal's northeast left at least eight people dead and dozens missing as officials worked to clear debris blocking a major river and avert the possibility of flash floods. 
EQ-2014-000102-CHN Earthquake China, People's Republic A magnitude 6.5 earthquake hit at 4:30 p.m. 3 August, Sunday (Beijing Time) with a depth of 12 km and the epicenter in Longtoushan township, 23 km southwest of the county seat of Ludian, Zhaotong City. At least 150 people have been killed and 180 others are missing. 
LS-2014-000101-IND Land Slide India On 29-30 July heavy rains affected western India, causing a landslide in the district of Pune in Maharashtra state. According to media (as of 30 July), the landslide hit the village of Malin, burying 44 houses and causing the death of at least 25 people, with 150 to 200 people believed to be trapped under the debris. Search and rescue were still under way. 
EP-2014-000100-CMR Epidemic Cameroon Since 24 April 2014, a cholera epidemic has been raging in the Far North Region of Cameroon. As of 24 July, 1,351 cases were reported with 64 fatalities in 10 districts in the region. 
WF-2014-000099-USA Wild fire United States Two fast-moving wildfires in California have destroyed 10 homes and have forced the evacuation of hundreds more, US officials say. 
FL-2014-000098-SDN Flood Sudan Since late June 2014, seasonal rainfall across many parts of Sudan has been above-average, with some local areas experiencing rainfall surpluses in excess of 100mm within 30 days. On 17 Jun, some 750 people were affected by heavy rain that destroyed 37 houses and a health care clinic in Tilo IDP settlement in South Kordofan's capital Kadugli. More flooding in the same area on 4 Jul affected almost 3,200 people. At least 234 houses were destroyed, another 143 damaged and 150 latrines rendered dysfunctional. The South Kordofan's State Government has requested international humanitarian organisations based in South Kordofan to support Government efforts in providing the flood-affected people with food, non-food items and shelter. 
TC-2014-000097-CHN Tropical Cyclone China, People's Republic On 21 Jul 2014, 6.00 UTC, Typhoon Matmo had maximum sustained winds of 130 km/h and its centre was located approx. 420 km east of Northern Luzon, over the Philippine Sea. The typhoon is known as Henry in the Philippines, and will enhance the Southwest Monsoon, bringing moderate to heavy rain over parts of Luzon. In the next 48 hours, it is forecast to continue moving north-west, intensifying. It is expected to approach the north-eastern coast of Taiwan on 23 Jul and then move towards eastern mainland China. 
EQ-2014-000096-GTM Earthquake Guatemala An earthquake registering 6.4 on the Richter scale rocked western Guatemala on 7 July 2014. Its epicenter was located 15 kilometers northwest of San Marcos, near the Mexican border, and the earthquake was felt in 12 departments in the western areas of the country, Mexico and El Salvador. According to preliminary information provided by the National Disaster Reduction Commission (CONRED), to date there are 2,177 dwellings presenting slight damage, 4,761 with moderate damage and 2,895 with severe damage; 274 people were injured and one is reported dead, and there are an estimated 9,830 homeless people and 84,679 affected. The information is being collected by local authorities and assessment teams, so the numbers will continue to vary as the damage assessments are carried out and structural assessments of homes continue in various communities to determine the degree of affectation in the western departments. In the department of San Marcos, the Guatemalan Red Cross is conducting assessments that are more specific. Given this situation, the government declared a state of public disaster for 30 days for the departments of San Marcos, Quetzaltenango, Totonicapán, Huehuetenango, Retalhuleu, Suchitepéquez and Sololá, due to damages caused by the earthquake. The purpose of declaring a state of public disaster is to restore infrastructure and essential services, and avoid greater consequences, as well as to allow taking any action necessary, wherever possible, to avoid or mitigate the negative effects and ensure the lives, integrity and safety of the affected population and safeguard their assets.  
FL-2014-000095-CHN Flood China, People's Republic The Ministry of Civil Affairs on Thursday said heavy rains have left 34 people dead and another 21 missing in south China. Severe rainfall and ensuing floods have hit the provinces of Guizhou, Hunan, Jiangxi, Hubei, Sichuan, Yunnan, Anhui and the municipality of Chongqing since July 10, affecting more than 8.82 million people, said the ministry. 
LS-2014-000094-THA Land Slide Thailand The northernmost province of Chiang Rai has been hit again by landslides and flash floods following three days of abundant raining. As many as a thousand families in 8 districts of Chiang Rai have reportedly been afflicted by the heavy raining.  
EP-2014-000093-SOM Epidemic Somalia Since early February 2014, measles outbreaks were confirmed in several regions of Somalia. In March and April, there were over 1,350 suspected cases - four times the number seen during the same period in 2013. Nearly 1,000 cases were reported in May alone. By June, the cumulative number of cases stood at around 4,000. On 14 Jul, the UN Central Emergency Response Fund (CERF) allocated US$1.4 million for an emergency campaign to vaccinate 520,000 children under 5 years in the worst affected areas of Banadir, Lower Juba and Puntland. 
FL-2014-000092-THA Flood Thailand Typhoon Rammasun has caused torrential rainfall within Northeastern Thailand, with Yasothon province being the most-affected from the storm's affects. Water levels along several canals have increased drastically, overflowing the banks and inundating 500 rais of rice fields. 
TC-2014-000092-CHN Tropical Cyclone China, People's Republic Rammasun made its first landfall in Wenchang City in the island province of Hainan on Friday afternoon, and hit Zhanjiang City in south China's Guangdong Province in the evening. As of Friday night, Rammasun had wreaked havoc across Guangdong and Hainan provinces, killing at least one in Wenchang and forcing more than 20,000 out of their homes in the provincial capital Haikou of Hainan, according to local authorities. 
TC-2014-000092-PHL Tropical Cyclone Philippines  
TC-2014-000092-VNM Tropical Cyclone Viet Nam Four people were killed and two others are missing after powerful storm Rammasun swept through the Northern Viet Nam. 
CE-2014-000091-ISR Complex Emergency Israel As of 7 July 2014 there has been a significant escalation of hostilities in the Gaza Strip and southern Israel as a result of the gradual collapse of the Egyptian-brokered ceasefire understanding reached in November 2012. Israeli media reports indicate that the operation will be gradually scaled up, and may include ground operations. This has been described to be the worst unrest since an eight-day war in 2012. So far, more than 180 people have been killed and more than 1,600 wounded between West Bank and Gaza, according to the figures from the Palestinian Ministry of Health. Reportedly more than 1,000 rockets were launched from Gaza in the direction of the Israeli territories. The number of dead and wounded in these territories has not been as big as the losses in the occupied territories, but the risks of increasing the casualties continue to be very high. The regrettable political and military developments in this part of the world which continue to pose direct threat to the thousand of civilians at both sides have led to the substantial deterioration of the emergency humanitarian situation with the direct consequences for the civil population both in the occupied territories and in Israel. Both Magen David Adom in Israel and Palestine Red Crescent have launched emergency response operations through mobilizing their human and material resources, drawing on their reserves. However, the scale and scope of the current humanitarian needs has been exceeding the available capacities of both national societies.  
CE-2014-000091-PSE Complex Emergency Palestine (West Bank, Gaza) As of July 7, 2014 there has been a significant escalation of hostilities in The Gaza Strip and southern Israel as a result of the gradual collapse of the Egyptian-brokered ceasefire understanding reached in November 2012. Israeli media reports indicate that the operation will be gradually scaled up, and may include ground operations. This has been described to be the worst unrest since an eight-day war in 2012. The Palestinian Ministry of Health and the municipality of Gaza City have declared and emergency situation.  
EQ-2014-000090-MEX Earthquake Mexico  
FL-2014-000089-IND Flood India Monsoon rains have triggered river overflows in the State of Assam, north-eastern India, causing damage and evacuations. More than 24,000 people have been affected. 
AC-2014-000088-PAN Tech. Disaster Panama On 30 June, the Ministry of Health (MoH) and the National Aqueducts and Sewerage Institute (IDAAN) reported a leak involving a chemical herbicide called atrazine into a tributary of the La Villa River, the main source of drinking water supply to the provinces of Herrera and Los Santos in the Republic of Panama. Water analyses determined higher-than-normal presence of the substance, establishing that the water produced by the Chitre and La Villa water treatment plants was not suitable for human consumption. On 2 July, the Government of Panama declared an emergency due to contamination in affected areas in the provinces of Herrera and Los Santos in order to strengthen safe water distribution actions to the affected population. 
TC-2014-000087-JPN Tropical Cyclone Japan Hundreds of flights were cancelled in Japan and more than 500,000 people urged to evacuate as a powerful typhoon brought torrential rain and high winds to southwestern islands and was forecast to reach Tokyo later in the week. Typhoon Neoguri weakened from its original status as a super typhoon but remained intense, with gusts of more than 250 km per hour (155 mph). It was powering towards the Okinawa island chain where emergency rain and high-seas warnings were in effect. 
LS-2014-000086-IDN Land Slide Indonesia Landslides in Bogobaida (sub-district of Paniai), Papua on Friday evening, 4 July 2014, claimed nine casualties and caused four people to go missing. Several houses were severely damaged. Search and rescue operations continue. 
FL-2014-000085-PNG Flood Papua New Guinea Flooding was reported in Baimuru and Kikori district in the Gulf province following continuous heavy rains during the month of June. On 4 July 2014, Baimuru district's river Purari burst and caused floods in its surrounding areas. There were no casualties reported, but 37 house and food gardens were washed away with partially-damaged houses inundated by water. According to the National Disaster Centre and Provincial Disaster Centre, 27,017 people have been affected in Kikori and Baimuru district mostly. 
FL-2014-000084-ARG Flood Argentina Flooding from days of torrential rains has forced the evacuation of some 3,000 families in Argentina. 
FL-2014-000083-BRA Flood Brazil Flooding had killed 10 people in southern Brazil's Parana state by 11 June 2014, and state officials declared an emergency in 130 cities. 
EP-2014-000082-HTI Epidemic Haiti The latest epidemiological report of Haitian Ministry of Public Health and Population (MSPP) of the 16 June reported a cumulative total of 39,343 cases between 31 May and 16 June 2014 in all 10 departments, with the West department reporting 67 per cent of cases. The infection continues to spread with a rapid increase of the number of cases. In addition, many patients do not present themselves to hospitals and public health centers, and it is estimated that at least 150,000 cases may have spread country wide 
EP-2014-000081-SLV Epidemic El Salvador El Salvador is the first country in Central America with a chikungunya outbreak. Several cases of fever and particular clinical symptoms have appeared since early June 2014 in the municipality of Axutuxtepeque in the Department of San Salvador. Given the situation, the Ministry of Health determined that the clinical picture of patients corresponded to chikungunya virus. On 18 June, the Ministry of Health, through the Directorate-General for Civil Protection, established a stratified Yellow Alert due to the growing number of cases of chikungunya and dengue fever in the country. 
FL-2014-000080-CHN Flood China, People's Republic One person was killed in heavy rain in south China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region on Tuesday, local authorities said. As of 3 p.m. Wednesday, the flood has affected 24,300 people, with 202 people relocated. 
FL-2014-000079-PHL Flood Philippines Over 85,000 people affected by seasonal flooding in Maguindanao province, southern Philippines. 
OT-2014-000078-KEN Other Kenya On Sunday, 15th June 2014, heavily armed gunmen attacked Mpeketoni, a small town located about 40km off the Indian Ocean Coastline in Lamu County. The attack is reported to have begun at around 20.30 hours, and continued for about 5 hours. The gunmen attacked business premises, setting on fire commercial premises including banks, hotels, a restaurant and a petrol station. The gunmen also set motor vehicles, tractors and homes on fire. The extent of the damage has not been quantified. On June 23rd an additional attack took place in the village of Witu and reports indicate that 5 male community members were shot dead and several house were burned down in the surrounding villages. In terms of human cost, 48 people were shot dead in town, some from their homes and others in entertainment spots, where a group of youth were gathered to watch a world cup football match. All the 48 killed were men, majority being youth to middle aged. In addition, 4 people sustained injuries and were taken to Mpeketoni Sub District Hospital, where two being in critical condition were referred to Lamu County Hospital. One of the critically injured, a female, succumbed to injuries on 17th June.  
FL-2014-000077-PRY Flood Paraguay The intense rains in Paraguay, which started in March 2014, have been unusually intense for the season, leading to severe floods in rural communities and urban areas. The effects have continued to be felt with the flooding from the rapidly rising Paraná river and Paraguay river. To date, 39,000 families (195,000 people) from five departments in the country have been affected by the flooding and require humanitarian support. The most recent rains registered in the upper basin of the Iguazú river have led to the overflowing of this riverbed and the subsequent increase of water levels in the Paraná river. This has led to the increase in the amount of water in the reservoir of the Itaipú and Yacyreta dams, which has required both dams to increase their water flow which in some cases has reached between 22,000 m?/s and 43,000 m?/s. As a consequence, the impact has been extreme for the riverside populations located in Alto Paraná, Misiones and Ñeembucú. 
LS-2014-000076-IDN Land Slide Indonesia In the last few days heavy rains and winds affected parts of Indonesia. In Kolaka Regency (Southeast Sulawesi) one person died washed away by floods on 15 June. In Tanah Datar Regency (West Sumatra) a number of houses were damaged by strong winds on 14 June. In a village in Cariu district (Bogor Regency, West Java) a landslide, triggered by heavy rains, killed at least six people on 16 June; as of 17 June, three people were still missing. 
TC-2014-000075-CHN Tropical Cyclone China, People's Republic About 13,000 people have been evacuated after typhoon Hagibis landed in sea areas of Shantou City in south China's Guangdong Province on Sunday afternoon, local authorities said Monday. 
OT-2014-000074-IRQ Other Iraq Deterioration of the security situation in the regions of Ninewa, Salaheddin, and Diyala provinces. Fighting carried out by armed groups reached several major cities in the country such as Mosul, Samara, Baquba, and Ramadi. Mosul, the second city of Iraq, has fallen under the control of armed groups along with most of the province of Ninewa. Accurate figures of casualties are unavailable, but reports claim the figures stand in the hundreds. 500,000 people are estimated to have become IDPs and moved to locations like Arbil, Dohuk and Basheeqa.  
FL-2014-000073-RUS Flood Russia Since 29 May 2014, 22,545 persons have been evacuated due to severe floods occurring in 25 municipalities within the Republics of Khakassia, Altai, Tuva and the Altai Territory, in Siberia as well as in the Republic of Adygeya in North Caucasus of Russia. According to the national emergency response centre of the Ministry of Emergency Situations (EMERCOM), severe damages have been reported with more than 4,000 houses and 12 motorwaysflooded. In addition, more than 1.500 persons are currently sheltered in evacuation centres. National rescue units representing approximately 1,700 persons are continuously mobilized to deal with the emergency. 
OT-2014-000072-KEN Other Kenya Tensions began building up in March along the Mandera-Wajir border, near Burmayo, over territorial boundary dispute between the two counties. A new wave of violence followed in the month of May 2014, which led to loss of 14 lives in one week as follows: Burmayo(3 persons), Towfiq-Rhamu(5 persons), Gunana(2 persons), Bolowle-Takaba(3 persons) and Guba Banissa(1 Person). A total of 38 people suffered varying forms of injury from these attacks. Besides these attacks, 8 police officers were killed when suspected Al-Shabaab militia ambushed a police vehicle at Arabia, along the Lafey Mandera road in the third week of May, killing the 8 officers and setting their vehicle ablaze. Retaliatory attacks followed in the last week of May with 12 confirmed dead in Gulana village(Wajir county) and 2 deaths on the Mandera side of the border. 20 houses were burnt down in Gulana. In the first two days of June 2014, follow-up attacks were reported leading to killing of 18 more people and 8 critical injuries. The conflict along the border between Mandera and Wajir left a total of 11,894 households (71,364 persons) either displaced or affected on Wajir side. In Mandera South, recent clashes with communities living in Wajir North, a total of 552 households (3,312 persons) have been displaced, and an additional 1,090 households (6,640 persons) affected by the clashes.  
TC-2014-000071-MEX Tropical Cyclone Mexico BORIS formed off the Pacific coast of southern Mexico on 2 June and intensified into a Tropical Storm on 3 June. It made landfall in the morning of 4 June near Puerto Arista (Chiapas, Mexico), as a Tropical Storm, then moved inland weakening into a Tropical Depression. Late on 4 June it was a Low Pressure Area located over the state of Chiapas. In the last few days, it caused heavy rains in parts of south-eastern Mexico and Guatemala. As of 4 June, up to 16 000 precautionary evacuations had taken place in Chiapas (Mexico) and five people died in a landslide in the town of San Pedro Necta (Huehuetenango, western Guatemala). 
FL-2014-000070-LKA Flood Sri Lanka Heavy rainfall on 1 Jun 2014 caused extensive flooding in western districts of Sri Lanka, killing 23 people and affecting an estimated 44,000 people. Kalutara, Colombo and Gampaha were worst hit. Over 17,000 people were displaced in Kalutara, and extensive damage to roads and bridges has hampered relief efforts. 
FL-2014-000069-BIH Flood Bosnia-Herzegovina Major floods in Danube River basin, affecting mostly Bosnia Herzegovina and Serbia. 
OT-2014-000068-NGA Other Nigeria A deadly explosion in Jos, the capital of plateau state in North Central Nigeria on Tuesday, 20 May, 2014 killed 118 and injured 84 people 
ST-2014-000067-IRN SEVERE LOCAL STORM Iran, Islamic Republic A powerful sandstorm has hit Iran's capital, Tehran, killing at least four people and injuring about 30. The storm caused power cuts and traffic accidents from poor visibility as dust and sand engulfed parts of the capital. 
EQ-2014-000066-CHN Earthquake China, People's Republic A 6.1-magnitude earthquake jolted a county in southwest China's Yunnan Province on Friday, injuring 43 people and forcing the evacuation of a further 35,000. 
VO-2014-000065-PER Volcano Peru The Ubinas volcano in southern Peru started showing activity in September of 2013 with explosions and ash emissions. On 14 Apr 2014, a state of emergency was declared for a duration of 60 days, after ash had reached an area of 40km around the volcano, affecting the health and livelihoods of nearby communities. By 23 May, 528 people from three communities in the Arequipa and Moquegua regions had been evacuated to shelters and more than 1,000 people had been exposed to ash emissions and toxic gases. 
EP-2014-000064-SSD Epidemic South Sudan On 15 May 2014, South Sudan's Ministry of Health declared a cholera outbreak in Juba, Central Equatoria State, after 18 suspected cholera cases and one death had been reported. By 21 May, a cumulative of 315 cholera cases including seven health facility deaths and seven community deaths had been reported since the onset of the outbreak on 24 Apr. 
FL-2014-000063-TJK Flood Tajikistan Heavy rainfall caused flooding and flash floods on 10 and 11 May 2014 in two provinces and two Direct Ruled District districts in Tajikistan. According to figures provided by the Committee of Emergency Situation and Civil Defense and the Red Crescent Society of Tajikistan, at least 1,072 families (5,360 people) have been severely affected by the floods , and around 425 people, who lost their homes have been temporarily sheltered in kindergartens, mosques, at their relatives and in neighboring villages. The affected areas stretch from Khatlon province to Rudaki and Vahdat districts in the south of the country, and in the northern region in Gonchi district of Sughd province. Also, nine bridges were destroyed; infrastructure and water pipes were heavily damaged. The road from Khatlon province to Badakhshan was cut off after some parts of the road had been washed away, resulting in the disrupting of the connection between two provinces.  
FL-2014-000062-CHN Flood China, People's Republic One person was killed in a rain-triggered landslide while flooding has forced the relocation of another 10,000 residents in a county in central China's Hunan Province, local authorities said Saturday. 
TO-2014-000061-USA Tornadoes United States At least 34 people across six states were killed in tornadoes unleashed by a ferocious storm system that razed neighborhoods and threatened more destruction in heavily populated parts of the U.S. South on Tuesday. 
FF-2014-000060-AFG Flash Flood Afghanistan Heavy rainfall since 24 Apr 2014 has caused flash floods across six provinces of the Northern Region of Afghanistan, reportedly killing 123 people and more still missing. Initial reports indicate that Jawzjan province is the worst affected, with some 6,000 people displaced. 
LS-2014-000060-AFG Land Slide Afghanistan A massive landslide triggered by heavy rains have buried a village in northern Afghanistan, and so far, 250 people have been confirmed dead and 100 injured. The landslide occurred on Friday, 2 May when a mountain side collapsed on the village of Hargu in Agro district in the province of Badakhshan. Initial reports from provincial authorities and Afghan Red Crescent Society (ARCS) suggest that 300 houses have been buried. A total of 1,000 families live in the Argo district which is located 60 kilometers from Fayzabad, the capital of Badakhshan province.  
FF-2014-000059-BIH Flash Flood Bosnia-Herzegovina The heaviest rains and floods in 120 years have hit Bosnia and Serbia, killing five people, forcing hundreds out of their homes and cutting off entire towns. Bosnia and Serbia declared a state of emergency in a number of municipalities. The affected municipalities include Maglaj, Doboj, Bijeljina, Zvornik, Brcko, Modrica, Bosanski Samac, Tuzla, Vares, Doboj Jug, Sekovici, Bratunac, Srebrenica, Kotor Varos, Petrovo, Sapna, Gra?anica, Grada?ac, Kakanj, Olovo, Sanski Most Breza, Visoko, Zenica, Kladanj, Banovici, Lukavac and Sarajevo Canton 
FF-2014-000059-SRB Flash Flood Serbia From 16 to 17 April 2014 intense rainfalls followed with moderate snowfalls at higher altitude affected the western, eastern and southern parts of Serbia resulting in power losses and, in some places, traffic interruptions due to the collapsed road infrastructure in several villages. Starting from 18 April the temperatures increased and caused the snow to melt rapidly in some lower areas. That had an impact on the river levels, with some smaller rivers and their creeks spilling over settlements in places close to the river beds. The situation was the most critical in the municipality of Lu?ani and Kur?umlija. In Lu?ani, around 50 families were endangered by the increasing levels of river Bjelica, and one of the roads leading to Lu?ani was disconnected because of floods. On 19 April conditions got worse and an emergency situation has been declared in a few municipalities as the river levels grew above the normal defense levels. Presently, the most serious situation is in Prokuplje, Zaje?ar, ?itoradja, Kur?umlija and Doljevac municipalities where emergency evacuation took place in the lower parts where people were in danger. The situation remains critical as most of these municipalities are left without clean drinking water, since the water wells and the city water supply network are damaged. So far, 11 municipalities have declared a state of emergency but more are in danger as the weather conditions in next couple of days will lead to fast snow melting and more rainfalls which will in return have an effect on the water levels on the rivers and on the people living in the nearby communities. Several landslides have occurred but luckily not affected any households at this moment. 
TC-2014-000058-PNG Tropical Cyclone Papua New Guinea It is estimated 54,000 people in Papua New Guinea have been affected by tropical cyclone Ita and authorities expect that number to rise. 
MS-2014-000057-TJK Mud Slide Tajikistan On 16 April 2014, due to heavy rains and hailstorm, a mudslide hit Kizil-kala village of Mehnatobod administrative centre of Khuroson district, Khatlon province. The medical point and the local school are not damaged, but access to them is hampered due to the debris. Some three kilometres of road and 260 hectares of land are also affected, with up to 60 heads of livestock lost.  
AV-2014-000056-NPL Snow Avalanche Nepal An avalanche sweeping down Mount Everest killed at least 12 Nepali guides on Friday in what may be the deadliest single incident on the world's highest peak. 
EP-2014-000055-NGA Epidemic Nigeria The first cases of cholera in Bauchi State in 2014 were reported in week 2. After that the number of cases has increased week by week and in one ward of Bauchi town the attack rate has already exceeded 7% by week 13. As of week 13, 8,750 cases have been reported in the State in 11 of the 20 Local Government Authorities (LGAs), with about 8500 in Bauchi town (Bauchi LGA) alone. The most affected other LGA is Tafawa Balewa with more than 100 cases from week 13 In Bauchi town cholera cases has been reported in 19 of the 20 wards and the Case Fatality Rate (CFR) has been < 1% during week 13.  
FL-2014-000054-TJK Flood Tajikistan Floods and landslides occurred in Vose, Shurobod, and Hamadony districts and in Kulob city in the south of Tajikistan as a result of heavy rains on 11-12 April 2014. In total, 15 people were killed, 13 of them living under one roof in Sarichashma village of Shurobod district. In addition, one person was killed in Vose district and one in Hamadoni district. According to the preliminary data received from the local branch of the State Commission for Emergency Situations and Civil Defence (CoES), some 38 people have been injured. According to the preliminary assessment, some 427 families (276 in Vose, 104 in Shurobod, 47 in Hamadoni districts) have been affected. Six houses were totally destroyed and many others were severely damaged. One medical Centre, three kilometers of roads, and 80 hectares of lands were also affected. The population also lost 301 head of livestock. Storage buildings, stocks for cooking/heating (e.g. firewood), cooking utensils and bedding/clothes of the most affected households were also damaged or lost. The affected communities are not in the position to cook but bring food from neighboring communities. Vegetable gardens of the most affected households and crop fields have also been damaged (covered with mud). The roads to the affected communities in Shurobod district had been blocked by the debris. On 13 April local authorities removed the debris from the roads.  
FL-2014-000053-TZA Flood Tanzania Heavy rainfall over Dar es Salaam, Tanzania's largest city, starting on 11 Apr 2014 caused flooding in all of the city's districts, with Kinondoni being the worst affected. The exact number of people impacted by the disaster is yet to be established; currently the estimated number stands at 20,000. As of 14 April, 19 casualties, including six children, and 465 displaced families had been reported. 
AC-2014-000052-KOR Tech. Disaster Korea Republic A passenger ship with 459 people aboard, mostly high school students, sank in waters off South Korea's southwest coast Wednesday morning, leaving four dead, 15 injured and 293 others missing. 
LS-2014-000051-TJK Land Slide Tajikistan Six children were killed when a mud slide engulfed houses in a mountain village in Tajikistan, and at least seven others are missin 
WF-2014-000050-CHL Wild fire Chile Emergency responders struggled Monday with outbreaks from a deadly blaze that tore through parts of an historic Chilean port city, as authorities hoped to have control of the flames in two to three days. The Valparaiso fire, still burning amid strong winds, has killed 12 people and is being battled with the help of 11 helicopters, six planes and 2,000 police and military troops. [ 
EQ-2014-000049-NIC Earthquake Nicaragua A shallow 6.1-magnitude earthquake hit Nicaragua on Thursday close to several cities, including the capital, injuring 14 people and damaging dozens of houses. 
FF-2014-000048-KAZ Flash Flood Kazakhstan A flash flood triggered by a dam burst killed five people and injured nine others in Kazakhstan's northern Karaganda region (oblast). The overflowing water flooded up to 354 houses in Kokpekty village after the dam of a water storage basin had burst at 1:30 a.m. on 31 March 2014. Some 400 inhabitants were evacuated, and 5 bodies were found by rescuers as the flood water reached as high as 1.5-1.8 meters in the village. 
ST-2014-000047-KHM SEVERE LOCAL STORM Cambodia Heavy storms over the past week slammed eight provinces, leaving four people dead and hundreds of houses damaged or destroyed. 
EC-2014-000046-COM Extratropical Cyclone Comoros Since 24 March, Comoros was hit by heavy rains, particularly on the island of Anjouan. The storm alert due to the tropical cyclone Hellen in the Mozambique Channel was issued on 26 March. Based on the intensity of the rain and the strong winds the Comorian civil security increased the alert to yellow 29 March. In the following days the rain intensified and spread to Grande Comore and Moheli, exacerbated by Tropical Cyclone Hellen. On Anjouan, the region between Sima and Pomoni in the western part of the island and the northeastern Domoni region are the most affected. In the village of Mahale on the eastern coast of Anjouan, a crack in the ground which apparently appeared a few weeks earlier as the result of an earthquake, has grown wider and deeper due to landslides related to the strength of the rains in the past week. The villagers from Mahale were relocated to the village of Bambao, 8 kilometres north of Mahale, where they are housed in a primary school and in the premises of CFADERE on 31 March. As of 3 April, 350 families representing 1,995 people are displaced from Mahale and are currently housed in schools and warehouses, with the expectation that they will be moved to four temporary camps. It is estimated that the villagers may be displaced for up to three months. The people continue to leave the village and the number of people in the camps is expected to increase substantially in the coming days. In addition to the exceptional rainfall, storm surges rose above usual limits and and flooded homes lying close to the beaches. The flow of rainwater has also contributed to damaging of homes. A total 18 villages on Anjouan were affected by the subsequent floods. Initial assessments by the government and the Comoros Red Crescent indicate that up to 1,234 households (a total of 6,788 people), are directly affected, including: - 1009 children under 5 years - 144 pregnant women, - 318 seniors. On Moheli island, 24 villages have been affected by the rains and the winds and 457 households (2,723 people) have seen damage to or destruction of their homes and crops.  
FL-2014-000045-SLB Flood Solomon Islands Flash flooding in Solomon Islands has killed at least two people and destroyed hundreds of homes in the capital, Honiara. 
EQ-2014-000044-CHL Earthquake Chile A powerful 8.0-magnitude earthquake hit off Chile's Pacific coast on Tuesday, sparking a tsunami warning for Chile, Peru and Ecuador. 
TC-2014-000043-MDG Tropical Cyclone Madagascar Tropical Cyclone Hellen passed the Comoros on 29 and 30 Mar 2014, causing damage to houses and infrastructure. It continued to Madagascar, where it made landfall in the northwestern Boeny region on 31 Mar. Assessments indicate that 856 people have been displaced, and around 100 houses were reportedly destroyed. In addition, three schools were damaged, four water points flooded, and over 2,000 ha of rice fields submerged. 
OT-2014-000042-YEM Other Yemen Population movement/Yemeni returnees 
EP-2014-000041-GIN Epidemic Guinea Guinea recorded early this year 86 suspected cases of febrile illness and 59 deaths (including 34 community deaths) in some districts of the Forest Guinea, with a fatality rate of 69%. The cases and deaths are as follows: Guékédou (60 cases/44 deaths); Macenta (19 cases/ 11 deaths), and Kissidougou (7 cases/ 4 deaths). A total of 12 samples were sent to the Laboratory of Lyon (France) for a confirmation, and on 21 March three samples tested as positive filovirus Ebola virus.  
LS-2014-000040-USA Land Slide United States At least three people have been killed and more injured after homes are destroyed by a landslide in Washington state. 
EP-2014-000039-BEN Epidemic Benin Ebola preparedness 
EP-2014-000039-CAF Epidemic Central African Republic Ebola preparedness 
EP-2014-000039-CIV Epidemic Cote d'Ivoire A fast-spreading outbreak of Ebola virus disease is affecting several countries in West Africa. With cases registered since February and March, Guinea and Liberia have registered up to 150 and 20 cases respectively with more than 100 deaths in Guinea and ten in Liberia. With affected regions of Macenta, Gueckedou, N'Zerekore and Kissidougou in Guinea and Lofa, Nimba, Margibi and Montserrado regions in Liberia, additional suspected cases have been reported in Sierra Leone and Mali and laboratory identification is ongoing to determine its nature. 
EP-2014-000039-CMR Epidemic Cameroon Ebola preparedness 
EP-2014-000039-ETH Epidemic Ethiopia Ebola preparedness 
EP-2014-000039-GIN Epidemic Guinea On the 21st of March the Government of Guinea confirmed a suspected Viral Haemorrhagic fever outbreak that had been developing since early February as Ebola. Lab tests now confirm 6 suspected cases of Ebola and outbreak response activities are being ramped up significantly. Figures of case loads and effected areas are still being defined but current government figures are as high as 80 cases and 60 deaths with more cases expected.. The epicentre seems to be a small rural town called Gueckedou in southern Guinea. Gueckedou is extremely close to both the Sierra Leone and Liberian boarders and communities in all three countries are at risk . Initial reports suggest that already 3 suspected cases have been found in Sierra Leone  
EP-2014-000039-GMB Epidemic Gambia Ebola preparedness 
EP-2014-000039-GNB Epidemic Guinea Bissau Guinea Bissau has been categorized as ?high risk country? by WHO, because of its borders with Guinea , in particular the localities of Gabu and Oio, as well as Bafata and Sao Domingo, which border Senegal. The borders are not closed and circulation of persons and goods is a factor of risk aggravation.  
EP-2014-000039-KEN Epidemic Kenya Ebola preparedness 
EP-2014-000039-LBR Epidemic Liberia Guinea recorded early this year 134 suspected cases of febrile illness and 83 deaths (including 34 community deaths) in some districts of the Forest Guinea, with a fatality rate of 69 per cent. These highest concentration of cases and deaths are as follows: Guékédou (80 cases/ 54 deaths); Macenta (26 cases/ 14 deaths) and Conakry (15 cases/ 4 deaths). Faced with this situation, the health authorities of the Administrative Region N'Zérékoré, together with the Institute of Public Health, Infectious Diseases University Hospital, WHO and MSF worked together to confirm the nature of this unusual pathology. A total of 36 samples were taken, of which 12 were sent to the Laboratory of Lyon (France) for confirmation on 17 March 2014. The results of these samples reached Conakry on 21 March, and revealed six positive samples, including three positive for filo virus EVD. Of the three cases positive for Ebola virus disease (EVD), one case moved to Liberia and are all from the health district Macenta. In Liberia, as of 4 April, there are a total of two confirmed cases, 18 suspected cases and 7 deaths (CFR 31%, of these, only one case was confirmed as death as a result of the EVD), with two cases discharged and 46 others under follow up. There are concerns that close contacts of confirmed deaths EVD have traveled from the effected areas. Current counties with confirmed and/or probable cases are Lofa, Margibi, Bong, Nimba and Monterrado. Isolation centres have been set up in Lofa, Margibi, Bong and Nimba, while the MoH are planning to set up a further centre in JFK Hospital in Monrovia (Monterrado County).  
EP-2014-000039-MLI Epidemic Mali A fast-spreading outbreak of Ebola virus disease is affecting several countries in West Africa. With cases registered since February and March, Guinea and Liberia have registered up to 150 and 20 cases respectively with more than 100 deaths in Guinea and ten in Liberia. With affected regions of Macenta, Gueckedou, N'Zerekore and Kissidougou in Guinea and Lofa, Nimba, Margibi and Montserrado regions in Liberia, additional suspected cases have been reported in Sierra Leone and Mali and laboratory identification is ongoing to determine its nature. 
EP-2014-000039-SEN Epidemic Senegal On the 21st of March the Government of Guinea confirmed a suspected viral haemorrhagic fever outbreak that had been developing since early February as Ebola. Lab tests now confirm 6 suspected cases of Ebola and outbreak response activities are being ramped up significantly. Figures of case loads and effected areas are still being defined but current government figures are as high as 80 cases and 60 deaths with more cases expected. The epicentre seems to be a small rural town called Gueckedou in southern Guinea. Gueckedou is extremely close to both the Sierra Leone and Liberian boarders and communities in all three countries are at risk. 
EP-2014-000039-SLE Epidemic Sierra Leone On the 21st of March the Government of Guinea confirmed a suspected Viral Haemorrhagic fever outbreak that had been developing since early February as Ebola. Lab tests now confirm 6 suspected cases of Ebola and outbreak response activities are being ramped up significantly. Figures of case loads and effected areas are still being defined but current government figures are as high as 80 cases and 60 deaths with more cases expected.. The epicentre seems to be a small rural town called Gueckedou in southern Guinea. Gueckedou is extremely close to both the Sierra Leone and Liberian boarders and communities in all three countries are at risk. 
EP-2014-000039-TCD Epidemic Chad Chad shares an important border with Nigeria, a country in which the Ebola epidemic has already being confirmed and claimed four lives. In order to avoid the spread of the disease into its territory, the Chadian government has stopped all the aerial traffic with Nigeria. However, the border the two countries share remains uncontrolled, with people moving in and out on a daily basis. The armed conflict in the northern part of Nigeria has resulted into population movement in the region of Lac. It is the first time in history that Chad prepares for Ebola. Its population, as well as the health institutions, have no knowledge of the mode of transmission, measurement and prevention. The Ministry of Health has initiated some measures to prevent the occurrence of the disease and to prepare the response to this epidemic through: - Strengthening the epidemiological surveillance in the border areas with Nigeria - Putting in place health check point at the airport and in border control check point - Installation of tents to isolate affected persons.  
EP-2014-000039-TGO Epidemic Togo Ebola preparedness 
FL-2014-000038-ZAF Flood South Africa From 01 March to 18 March 2014 the north-eastern parts of the country experienced heavy and extended rainfall which led to extensive flooding and landslides. As a result, over 7,000 people have been affected, with 3,525 displaced. The government of South Africa confirms 32 deaths have been reported with others still missing due to flash flooding. The most affected provinces include Limpopo, Mpumalanga, North West and Gauteng. Limpopo Province was worst affected with the municipalities of Lephalale, Mogalakwena, Modimolle, Bela-Bela, Thabazimbi, and Mookgopong in Waterberg District hardest hit. Most community members have evacuated or been evacuated to evacuation centre set up by Government in community halls, crèches, schools. Emergency Response Teams from government, private sector, military, NGOs and the red cross have been working together to evacuate flood affected communities.  
DR-2014-000037-PER Drought Peru Durante los meses de noviembre del 2013 y enero del 2014 se presentaron deficiencia de lluvias para la zona de la sierra de Piura (Morropón, Ayabaca y Huancabamba) y de la misma manera en las zonas altas de Tumbes; asimismo en la región Lambayeque presenta afectación en su zona norte 
CW-2014-000036-IND Cold Wave India Several days of consecutive heavy snowfall in March 2014 have resulted in the deaths of 17 people in the northern Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir, India. 
DR-2014-000035-PAK Drought Pakistan Since the beginning of March 2014, severe shortages of food and water have been reported in Tharparkar district in Pakistan's south-east Sindh province. A number of children have reportedly died of malnutrition. The area has not received any significant rainfall since the end of 2013. Tharparkar has been declared calamity-hit by the Government of Sindh and PKR 18.6 million have been released for immediate relief. 
EP-2014-000034-FJI Epidemic Fiji By mid-March 2014, Fiji's Ministry of Health had confirmed 11 deaths and over 10,000 suspected cases in a dengue outbreak, which had started in November 2013. The Australian Government donated AUD 750,000 to the Fiji Government to purchase medical supplies and support a public health awareness campaign. The People's Republic of China donated USD 50,000. The Government is running a campaign to remove mosquito breeding sites in Suva. 
TC-2014-000033-VUT Tropical Cyclone Vanuatu This is the first OCHA Flash Update on Tropical Cyclone Lusi (Category 1) located approximately 60 km northeast of Santo and 90 km south-southwest of the Banks Islands. The system is moving at 10 km/h in a south-southeast direction with winds estimated at 85 km/h near its centre. The cyclone is forecast to intensify to a Category 2 system early tomorrow morning. See TC Lusi track map. The Vanuatu National Disaster Management Office has activated its Emergency Operations Centre and has issued cyclone warnings for Torba (population 9359), Sanma (45,855), Penama (30,819) and Malampa (36,727) Provinces. The cyclone is expected to cause damaging gale force winds and very rough seas with heavy swells. Heavy rainfall and flooding is expected in low-lying areas and areas close to river banks. People are being urged to listen to radio broadcasts and check meteorological service websites for updates. 
SS-2014-000032-MHL Storm Surge Marshall Islands On 3 Mar 2014, tidal surges during the morning and afternoon high tides caused inundation to communities on low-lying atolls of the Marshal Islands. There are no reports of fatalities or serious injuries. In the capital Majuro, around 1,000 people are estimated to be displaced. A number of outer islands have also been affected. The Government declared a state of emergency. 
VO-2014-000031-GTM Volcano Guatemala The Pacaya volcano has erupted on 2 March 2014 spewing ash and lava, with clouds reaching a height or at least 4km. Authorities have declared a yellow alert and are considering the evacuation of some 3,000 people living in the area. 
FL-2014-000030-PRY Flood Paraguay Heavy rains occurred on Feb. 25 flooded several houses affecting more than 3.500 people in Luque, Mariano Roque Alonso, Lambaré y Limpio. (Gov, 26 Feb 2014) 
FL-2014-000029-FJI Flood Fiji Heavy rainfall affected parts of Fiji due to a Tropical Depression currently located south of Vanua Levu island. As of 26 February, according to the national meteorological service of Fiji forecast, heavy rainfall and thunderstorms are expected to affect the islands of Vanua Levu, Taveuni, Lau and Lovaiviti groups, the eastern half of Viti Levu, Kadavu and the nearby smaller islands. Consequently, a Heavy Rain Warning is in effect for these islands. 
FL-2014-000028-PER Flood Peru El 24 de febrero del 2014, a las 05:30 horas aproximadamente, a consecuencia de las intensas precipitaciones pluviales, se produjo un huayco afectando la vía de comunicación, en la quebrada río colorado Km 07, carretera de la localidad Pampa Americana en el distrito de Chanchamayo, provincia de Chanchamayo, región Junín. Código SINPAD N? 00063436. 
OT-2014-000027-VEN Other Venezuela Since 12 February disturbances in several parts of Venezuela have been reported. According to figures from the Government of Venezuela, 8 people have died and 137 have been injured in several cities. Concentrations have been increasing, forcing the temporary closure of stores near crowds. Some of the cities reporting manifestations are Caracas, Caroni, Carabobo Valencia, Vargas, Lara, Merida, Bolívar among others. Public transport is scarce, there is absenteeism in various parts of the country and food shortages are being reported. 
VO-2014-000026-GTM Volcano Guatemala The Volcano de Fuego, situated between the departments of Sacatepéquez, Escuintla and Chimaltenango, increased its eruptive activity in the last few hours. This caused internal explosions and ash to spew about 700 meters into the air above the crater. ([OCHA, 17 Feb 2014] 
EP-2014-000025-NAM Epidemic Namibia Since November 2013, Namibia has been affected by a cholera outbreak, which was initially confined to four northern regions, including hardest hit Kunene, as well as Omusati, Oshana and Ohangwena. By 10 Feb 2014, 504 cases and 16 deaths had been recorded. The Ministry of Health and Social Services declared the situation to have ?completely stabilized? on 20 Jan. On 11 Feb, the first cases of cholera were reported in the capital Windhoek, in the Katutura area. By 17 Feb, 14 cases and one death had been recorded. 
EP-2014-000024-TMP Epidemic East Timor A dengue fever outbreak has occurred in Timor-Leste's capital Dili, with an escalation in the number of cases in early January 2014. As of the second week of January, the number of confirmed cases at the national hospital was 67 people and one death. As of the first week of February, the number of confirmed cases at the national hospital has increased drastically; to date, 197 cases have been reported with two fatalities. The Ministry of Health expects the numbers will continue to increase in the coming months due to the wet season. 
EQ-2014-000023-CHN Earthquake China, People's Republic A 7.3-magnitude earthquake hit northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region on 12 February 2014. Sixty-seven houses were toppled and more than 1,000 ones damaged to varying degrees, local authorities said, adding that 185 livestock deaths were reported. 
VO-2014-000022-IDN Volcano Indonesia Mount Kelud in East Java, Indonesia, started eruption at 22:50 p.m. Jakarta time on Thursday, forcing thousands of residence living within 10 kilometers from the crater to evacuate. 
CW-2014-000021-CHN Cold Wave China, People's Republic Continuous snowstorms in northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region have killed more than 300 livestock and disrupted the lives of 13,000 people. 
DR-2014-000020-THA Drought Thailand The Department of the Disaster Prevention and Mitigation (DDPM) has said 25 districts in 8 provinces in the northeastern region have already been hit by drought. 
FL-2014-000019-BDI Flood Burundi Torrential rainfall during the night of 9-10 Feb 2014 across Burundi has caused flooding and landslides, resulting in extensive damage and destruction, especially in the capital Bujumbura. More than 50 people have been killed and houses and infrastructure have been destroyed. So far (Feb.13), 66 persons have been reported dead, of which many were children. 67 persons have been seriously injured, and there is a concern that more persons have been buried and missing. The rescuers are continuing their search for missing persons. Over 1,000 homes have been completely destroyed and nearly 12,000 people are estimated to be homeless. (IFRC) 
CW-2014-000018-SVN Cold Wave Slovenia Due to highly unfavourable weather conditions, heavy snow and sleet (freezing rain) started hitting Slovenia on Friday, 31 January 2014, and continued during the weekend of 1-2 February 2014. Many regions have been affected but mostly the Notranjska region in the south-western part of the country. State of emergency (red alarm) was proclaimed for the whole country on 2 February 2014. However, the scope of sleet devastation is beyond any anticipated estimations. Extreme weather conditions have caused extensive power cuts with more than 80,000 client sites affected, leaving around 250,000 people without electric power.  
CW-2014-000017-SRB Cold Wave Serbia Due to extreme winds (120-150 kilometres per hour), snow drifts paralyzed traffic along the international highway E-75, but also down to many local and district roads especially in Vojvodina province. Hundreds of vehicles were stranded for three days, some for more than 15 hours, while the cold weather and the snow drifts made further travel challenging. Finally the Government of Serbia mobilised almost all available heavy machinery on Saturday, 01.02.2014, to clean the roads and to get access to vehicles at the critical points. In these efforts the Military, the Police Forces, and the Emergency Management Department with fire-fighters were mobilised, and a rescue operation was launched and completed. It is estimated that more than 1,000 vehicles were stranded in the snow. Emergency airlifts were initiated as the most effective way to reach those almost frozen in their cars. A state of emergency was proclaimed in three municipalities, Backa Topola, Zrenjanin and Kikinda as of Sunday 02.02.2014. The Red Cross of Serbia, in coordination with the State Emergency Services was engaged for the protection and rescue as of Saturday morning in the provision of assistance to the most affected travellers. The number of evacuated passengers from the snow-captured vehicles from the highway E75, on the sections in Backa Topola and Mali Idjos reached 2,000 people on Sunday, 02.02.2014.  
CW-2014-000016-JPN Cold Wave Japan Heavy snow and severe weather struck Tokyo and other areas across Japan on Saturday, leaving five dead and more than 600 injured. 
FF-2014-000015-ZWE Flash Flood Zimbabwe Heavy rains in parts of the country in late January and early February resulted in deaths and displacement of people, coupled with destruction of property. The worst affected areas are Chivi and Masvingo districts in Masvingo province and Tsholotsho district in Matabeleland North. 
FL-2014-000014-SYC Flood Seychelles Heavy rains and strong winds in the early hours of 24th January 2014 resulted in flooding on the islands of Praslin, La Digue and northern parts of Mahe in the Seychelles. In the following days, ongoing rainfall and strong winds continued to affect the three islands. The districts of Baie St Anne and Marie Jeanne Estate on Praslin, and most of the low land and coastal areas on La Digue island were particularly affected.  
OT-2014-000013-UGA Other Uganda The escalating violence in South Sudan has given rise to massive population displacement both within South Sudan and into neighboring countries. Uganda has taken the bulk of refugees who have continued to cross the borders since the beginning of the conflict in mid- December 2013. The cumulatively increasing number of arrivals from South Sudan means that tens of thousands of people are in dire need of emergency medical care, shelter, food, water and adequate sanitation facilities. In addition, hundreds of unaccompanied minors and displaced persons have lost touch with families back in South Sudan. 
CW-2014-000012-ARM Cold Wave Armenia The harsh wintry weather conditions in Armenia make the Syrian refugees even more vulnerable. Starting from December 2013, the temperature in Yerevan and the surrounding regions has remained below -12 C. At nights the temperature was falling down to _20 C. Due to the cold temperature, the sewage and water supply systems have been mostly frozen in Yerevan. The Syrians are not used to such a cold weather and are mostly unprepared for a cold winter. They do not have a proper clothing. According to the filed applications and personal observations, these people mostly need winterization items at the moment to face one of the coldest winters in the history of Armenia. The majority of these people, although being citizens of Syria, have Armenian ethnicity. Besides those currently residing in Armenia, around 300 newcomers arrive from Syria every month according to the data of the Armenian Ministry of Diaspora. Presently about 3,300 Syrian refugees have applied to the Armenian Red Cross Society (ARCS) for support and are registered in the ARCS database. 
EP-2014-000011-UGA Epidemic Uganda The cumulative number of Hepatitis E cases reported in Napak District now stands at 656 with 19 deaths (CFR 2.9%) since the declaration of this new upsurge of hepatitis E outbreak. Cases of Hepatitis E have been reported from all over the district, but majorly in three sub-counties of Lokopo, Lorengechora and Matany. Lolet, lorikitae and lokopo trading centre are the most affected villages though 14 villages account for the bulk of the outbreak in the district. Isolated cases have been received from neighbouring districts of Moroto, Nakapiripirit, Katakwi and Kotido.  
OT-2014-000010-IRQ Other Iraq The latest upsurge in violence in Anbar began after troops broke up a protest camp in Ramadi last month. Tensions have been rising over the past few weeks in Anbar, a province that makes up a third of Iraq's territory. Thousands of people have been affected by the fighting between the armed personnel and the military thus needing support.  
FF-2014-000009-TZA Flash Flood Tanzania Unprecedented flash floods occurred in Dumila/Dakawa area in Morogoro region during the night of Tuesday 21st January,2014. 
FL-2014-000008-BOL Flood Bolivia Heavy rains in January have triggered floods and landslides in several departments across the country, affecting at least 21,000 families 
CW-2014-000007-BLR Cold Wave Belarus After a long period of a relatively mild weather, a sudden onset of extremely cold winter caught many Belarusians completely unprepared, especially homeless, drivers and city dwellers who need to travel long distances by public transport or by foot. On 18-20 January 2014 temperatures fell down to minus 16 and 21 degrees Celsius. The current temperatures are below minus 22-25 degrees Celsius at night and minus 21 degrees Celsius during the day. Freezing weather has already killed two persons in Belarus over the past few days, and temperatures are set to drop even further according to weather forecasts. 
FL-2014-000006-PHL Flood Philippines A Low Pressure Area brought heavy rainfall in the southern Philippines starting on 10 Jan 2014, causing floods and landslides. As of 17 Jan, the Government reported 37 deaths and more than 486,000 affected people in Northern Mindanao, Davo and Caraga regions. 
FL-2014-000005-IDN Flood Indonesia At least 16 people have been killed and 40,000 have fled their homes after torrential rain triggered flash floods and landslides on Indonesia's northern Sulawesi island, officials said Thursday. 
FL-2014-000004-COL Flood Colombia An earthquake that struck Sipí in Colombia's western Chocó department on 4 Jan 2014 damaged 121 homes in the municipality. Two days later, on 6 Jan, the San Agustín and Garrapatas overflowed in the same area, possibly related to the earlier earthquake. The flooding affected almost 9,000 people and heavily damaged at least 150 homes, which are at risk of additional flooding and need to be relocated. Health, water and hygiene and education infrastructure sustained heavy damage as well. Ongoing armed conflict in the region makes humanitarian access difficult. A Multi-Cluster Initial Rapid Assessment mission is planned for 21 Jan. 
TC-2014-000003-TON Tropical Cyclone Tonga Tropical Cyclone Ian passed east of Tonga's Vava'u island group and over the eastern islands of the Ha'apai group on 11 Jan 2014, killing on person and causing significant damage to homes, infrastructure and vegetation. Small buildings and dwellings have either been heavily damaged or destroyed, with many people remaining in evacuation shelters. 
CW-2014-000002-USA Cold Wave United States People across numerous Midwestern, Southeastern and Northeastern states dug out after heavy snowfall grounded flights, closed schools and government offices, caused significant damage and left the region in the grip of dangerously low temperatures for much of January.  
OT-2014-000001-ETH Other Ethiopia Violence which erupted in mid-December in South Sudan resulted in the population movement to neighbouring countries including Uganda, Ethiopia, Kenya and Sudan. More than 20,000 people have so far fled to neighbouring Gambela region of Ethiopia. 
OT-2014-000001-SDN Other Sudan The conflict in South Sudan that started on 15th December 2013, has caused fatalities and displacement among the civilian population. People have been wounded and many have fled their homes, of which some has crossed the borders to neighboring countries, including fleeing to Sudan. Until now, despite a peace agreement, insecurity remains in South Sudan, causing continued displacement and uncertainty for people, influencing their decisions not to return home yet. This translates into an increase in the humanitarian assistance demand. Latest figures suggests that more than 700,000 internally displaced and almost 150,000 persons that have fled into neighboring countries. Sudan has up to date received more than 20,000 persons, of which most are received in White Nile State. 
OT-2014-000001-SSD Other South Sudan Violence which erupted in mid-December in the capital Juba has now spread northwards and is ongoing in several parts , and six states, of the country. Armed hostilities have been particularly intense in other areas outside Juba including Jonglei, Unity and Upper Nile states. Three weeks of fighting have left at least 1,000 people dead and displaced over 189,000. - Juba is generally calm although there was shooting on Saturday evening which created wide spread panic in the population. - There are reports of defections from the military in the locations of Yei, Morobo, Lainya, Lui, Rokon to the oppositions. There are reported to be moving towards the rebel controlled areas of jongley . - States not affected by the conflict Eastern Equatoria, Western Equatoria, Western Bahr el Ghazal and Northern Bahr El Ghazal. 
EP-2013-000175-COD Epidemic Congo Democratic Republic Over the course of 2013, ongoing violence and displacement in North and South Kivu, Katanga and Orientale provinces limited access to health care and life-saving vaccination services. Between January and September, more than 21,000 cases of cholera and 376 deaths were recorded with 99% of these cases in the eastern provinces. During the same time frame, more than 74,299 cases of measles and 1,160 deaths had been reported. 
OT-2013-000174-KEN Other Kenya On Saturday 21 September 2013 at 12:30pm, the Westgate shopping mall was attacked by terrorists. 
FL-2013-000173-USA Flood United States Excessive rainfall led to widespread flooding throughout much of Illinois. Damage from the flooding along with strong winds and hail was also seen in parts of Indiana and Missouri. 
ST-2013-000172-USA SEVERE LOCAL STORM United States Severe weather across the Midwest and Plains caused 26 confirmed tornadoes and significant hail and wind damage.  
ST-2013-000171-USA SEVERE LOCAL STORM United States Severe weather over the southeastern United States brought 10 confirmed tornadoes along with damaging hail and winds. This led to over $2 billion worth of damage.  
TO-2013-000170-USA Tornadoes United States An outbreak of tornadoes and severe weather moved across the Midwest, Plains and Eastern United States. There were 59 confirmed tornadoes.  
ST-2013-000169-USA SEVERE LOCAL STORM United States A line of severe thunderstorms moved across Wisconsin on August 6th and 7th producing damaging winds and tornadoes. 
TO-2013-000168-USA Tornadoes United States 92 Confirmed tornadoes struck the Midwest, Plains and Northeastern United States resulting in more than $2 billion worth of damage.  
FL-2013-000167-USA Flood United States Historic flooding caused by record rainfall from a stalled frontal boundary over Colorado led to over $2 billion worth of damage. 
TO-2013-000166-USA Tornadoes United States 70 Confirmed tornadoes caused severe impacts across the Ohio Valley in Indiana, Illinois, Missouri, Kentucky, Ohio and Michigan. 
DR-2013-000165-USA Drought United States Moderate to extreme drought conditions affected the plains states and expanded into western states from early March until the end of November.  
EP-2013-000164-CMR Epidemic Cameroon In October 2013, wild poliovirus type 1 (WPV1) was confirmed in Cameroon for the first time since 2009. Two patients in the West Region developed paralysis on 1 Oct and 19 Oct. In January 2014, three new cases were reported from three new regions. 
EP-2013-000163-SYR Epidemic Syrian Arab Rep On 28 Oct 2013, the Minister of Health of the Syrian Arab Republic announced that, after a 15-year absence, polio had returned to the Middle East. Thirteen cases were confirmed from Syria's Deir Al Zour province. The occurrence of an outbreak reflects declining immunization rates due to the severe interruption of public health services and to the conditions in which the people are living. 
EP-2013-000162-NGA Epidemic Nigeria Starting in September 2013, an upsurge of cholera cases was reported by Nigeria's health ministry. Between 1 Jan - 11 Nov 2013, a total of 4,220 suspected cases including 145 deaths were reported in 16 states, compared to 581 suspected cases including 15 deaths in 10 states during the same period in 2012. As of 31 Jan 2014, 855 cholera cases and 20 deaths were reported in nine states. During the same period in 2013, no cases or deaths were reported. 
EP-2013-000161-GIN Epidemic Guinea Periodic measles outbreak occur in Guinea with the last outbreak in 2009 which had 4,755 cases with the region of Conakry being most affected. In 2013, there were 215 cases with 54 being confirmed as positive. In cases collected in December 2013 and early January 2014, the outbreak crossed the epidemic threshold in several regions with 143 suspected cases with 38 confirmed positive. 
VO-2013-000160-SLV Volcano El Salvador The Chaparrastique volcano started registering increased seismic activity at 6:30 am on December 29, 2013. Later on that same day, at 10:30 am, its eruption started, spewing a column of ash that rose more than 5 km above the volcano. Local communities and leaders immediately began evacuation actions. Authorities of the National Civil Protection System (Dirección Nacional del Protección Civil) declared an Orange Alert for the department of San Miguel and a Yellow Alert across the country.  
FL-2013-000159-LCA Flood Saint Lucia A low level trough system over the Eastern Caribbean on Christmas Eve, 24 December 2013, caused heavy torrential rains and flooding and landslides on the islands. 
FL-2013-000159-VCT Flood Saint Vincent & The Grenadines A low level trough system over the Eastern Caribbean on Christmas Eve, 24 December 2013, caused heavy torrential rains and flooding and landslides on the islands. 
EQ-2013-000158-CHN Earthquake China, People's Republic The 5.1-magnitude earthquake that jolted a county in central China's Hubei Province Monday injured six people and forced more than 2,000 to be relocated. 
FL-2013-000157-BRA Flood Brazil Torrential rain in the northeastern Brazilian state of Bahia left at least 16 people dead. 
EP-2013-000156-MDG Epidemic Madagascar Bubonic and pneumonic plague - L'alerte épidémique de décès groupés de cas de maladie fortement suspecte de peste pulmonaire survenus depuis le mois de septembre 2013 dans un village isolé, Beranimbo, Commune rurale d'Ampatakamaroreny, situé à 130km du chef-lieu du district de Mandritsara, lui-même situé à 945km au nord de la capitale Antananarivo, a été ?mis au sein du Ministère de la Santé Publique. La flambée de l'épidémie a commencé le 5 octobre 2013 avec 5 décès groupés dans le village de Beranimbo avec extension vers d'autres villages et Communes environnants à partir du mois de novembre. Cette situation a créé des vents de panique au niveau de la population entrainant des déplacements massives vers d'autres villages, voire vers l'autre district sanitaire limitrophe de Soanierana Ivongo, Région d'Analanjirofo, sur la côte Est. Une dizaine de cas mortels sont alors rapportés dans le district de Soanierana Ivongo sans citer des chiffres non officiels. Parallèlement ? cela, dans la Région Vatovavy Fitovinany dans le Grand Sud-Est, des cas mortels de peste pulmonaire sont ?également rapportés dans le district d'Ikongo. Enfin, deux autres foyers de peste, cette fois á forme bubonique, sont signalés sur les hautes terres centrales, dans le district sanitaire de Tsiroanomandidy, sur la partie nord-ouest de la Province d'Antananarivo, avec 3 cas dont 1 décès, et le district sanitaire d'Ikalamavony (Province de Fianarantsoa), avec 5 cas dont 3 décès.  
FL-2013-000155-IDN Flood Indonesia Heavy rainfall affected the island of Java on 14-15 December, causing floods, overflown rivers and landslides. As of 15 December, the Indonesian National Board for Disaster Management (BNPB) reports floods in over 43 villages in Bojonegoro, Tuban, Gresik and Mojokerto, East Java, to have affected approximately 5000 households. 
CW-2013-000153-ISR Cold Wave Israel Starting Wednesday 12th December 2013, Israel has been suffering from a severe winter storm affecting the whole country. To date the storm has claimed four lives; 3,000 people have been transported to medical care; 4,000 have been assisted by the IMDA, and the government has been rendering some kind of an assistance to 2,000,000 citizens affected by the storm. 
CW-2013-000153-JOR Cold Wave Jordan Heavy snowfalls have blocked roads and caused hundreds of accidents, prompting specialized authorities to constantly work to reopen them, said Amman's Municipality Secretariat. Jordan was hit by a blizzard Friday and Saturday that dumped almost half a meter of snow in certain parts and "channeled around 10 million cubic metres (mcm) of water into the country's dams" according to the report. 
CW-2013-000153-LBN Cold Wave Lebanon Storm Alexa pushed temperatures below freezing in northern Lebanon and some areas of the Bekaa Valley, which is dotted with informal refugee settlements. The winter weather heaped another layer of misery on the already grim existence of many of the estimated one million Syrians in Lebanon who have fled the civil war raging in their homeland. Many refugees are sheltered in flimsy tents with often only a plastic sheet covering the ground.  
CW-2013-000153-PSE Cold Wave Palestine (West Bank, Gaza) The announced extreme heavy rain fall and snow storms hit the West Bank and Gaza on 10 December 2013 and are still striking throughout Palestine. The heavy rain and snow has generated floods in several parts of Palestine and 20 families have been evacuated from their houses with the support of PRCS. 
OT-2013-000152-CAF Other Central African Republic Des affrontements armés survenus à Bangui les 5, 6, 7 et 8 Décembre 2013 ont fait des nombreux dégâts humains et matériels importants.163.000 déplacés sont affectés par cet événement. Les tueries se poursuivent dans certains quartiers. En date du 13 décembre, 539 morts et 136 blessés ont été enregistrés par la Croix-Rouge Centrafricaine.  
OT-2013-000152-TCD Other Chad The armed conflict in Central African Republic is currently affecting Chad with population movements. Chadian nationals living in Central African Republic have been crossing into the southern regions of Chad in large numbers since early January 2014. The Chadian authorities have been assisting in the repatriation of its nationals and a total of 16,189 persons have returned to Chad (8,562 in N'Djamena region, 5,608 in Sido region and 2,019 in Gore region).  
OT-2013-000151-UKR Other Ukraine Massive protests have been taking place since the end of November 2013 in the Ukrainian capital and other big cities 
OT-2013-000150-ZWE Other Zimbabwe According to the 2013 Zimbabwe Vulnerability Assessment Committee (ZIMVAC) report produced in May, the 2013/ 2014 consumption year is projected to have 2.2 million people, representing 25% of rural households that are to be food insecure at the peak of the hunger period in March 2014. This is a 32% increase compared with the immediate previous year. A total of 319,244 metric tonnes will be required to cover the cereal deficit that the country is facing. The figures documented by the ZIMVAC assessment are primarily rural households and do not include the urban households. As has become a trend in food insecurity, the severely affected provinces in terms of percentage of food insecure population are; Matebeleland North (40%), Matebeleland South (32%), Masvingo (32%) and Midlands (30%). Post-harvest losses account to 20-30% of grain losses. Below is a table highlighting the most affected provinces and districts. Late onset of rainfall, pro-longed dry spells and erratic rainfall coupled with limited access to inputs account for the poor performance of the 2012/13 agricultural season. The ZIMVAC report also notes that levels of child severe acute malnutrition exceed the globally accepted rates (4.7% compared to the global rate of 2%). Zimbabwe Red Cross has decided to target Gwanda district which has a population of 112,267. The district was targeted because there is no other organisation responding to acute food insecurity in the district. There are 24 operational wards with a total of 26,773 households. The table below shows the population of Gwanda disaggregated by gender and vulnerability.  
FL-2013-000149-THA Flood Thailand Heavy rainfall caused by the NE Monsoon since 20 November has caused floods in the SE provinces of Thailand, notably in Nakhon Si Thammarat, Songkhla, Narathiwat, Phatthalung, Trang. After a brief respite, heavy rainfall resumed on 5 December. More than 200,000 people are estimated affected since the beginning of the floods. 
FL-2013-000148-MYS Flood Malaysia Floods in Malaysia caused by heavy rains have left a teenager dead and forced authorities to evacuate thousands of people. 
EQ-2013-000147-IRN Earthquake Iran, Islamic Republic An earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 5.6 has jolted southern Iran, leaving 7 people dead and 45 injured. 
EP-2013-000146-SDN Epidemic Sudan Between 3 Oct and 5 Nov 2013, 22 cases and seven deaths of suspected viral hemorrhagic fever were reported in Sudan's West Kordofan state. The Federal Ministry of Health declared an outbreak on 31 Oct. The Institute Pasteur in Dakar reconfirmed the outbreak as yellow fever. By 24 Nov, 44 suspected cases and 14 deaths had been reported from West and South Kordofan. 
FL-2013-000145-COL Flood Colombia Colombia's second rainy season began on 15 Sep 2013, affecting a total of 37,834 people in September, the vast majority due to flooding and wind storms along the Caribbean and Pacific coasts. In October, 18,000 people were affected. 
TC-2013-000144-IND Tropical Cyclone India At least two persons were killed and power supply disrupted as severe cyclonic storm Helen made landfall in the southern Indian state of Andhra Pradesh 22 November 2013. 
FL-2013-000143-SAU Flood Saudi Arabia Flash floods sparked by torrential rain in largely desert Saudi Arabia have killed four people and left 10 missing over the past two days, the civil defence authority said Tuesday. 
FL-2013-000142-VNM Flood Viet Nam On the evening of 14 Nov, the tropical storm 15 weakens into tropical depression and hit the south-central provinces of Viet Nam, bringing heavy rainfall and strong winds. From 14 November at 7 PM to 17 November at 7 PM, the coastal areas from Quang Tri to Ninh Thuan and the Central Highlands have been affected by torrential rains, with total rainfall of 401 to 973 mm. As a consequence of the heavy rain brought by the tropical depression, extensive flooding has hit the central provinces of Quang Nam, Quang Ngai, Da Nang, Phu Yen and Binh Dinh. 
FL-2013-000141-SOM Flood Somalia Seasonal rains started at the end of September 2013 across Somalia, contributing to flooding, especially in and around Jowhar town in Middle Shabelle region. A joint multi-cluster rapid assessment mission carried out from 7-10 Nov identified 33 villages affected by the flooding and corroborated the approximately 11,000 households displaced reported by the local authorities. 
TC-2013-000140-SOM Tropical Cyclone Somalia A tropical cyclone made landfall on the Somali coast on 10 Nov 2013. The Puntland authorities declared a natural disaster emergency on 11 Nov, citing very heavy rainfall and flash floods leading to an estimate of more than 100 casualties and large-scale livestock deaths. Communication lines and road access are currently severed, hampering the collection or verification of information and the delivery of assistance.  
TC-2013-000139-CHN Tropical Cyclone China, People's Republic At least six people died after Typhoon Haiyan slashed across China's south coast and damaged hundreds of homes. 
TC-2013-000139-PHL Tropical Cyclone Philippines Typhoon Haiyan is expected to make landfall in Guiuan, Eastern Samar or Abulog municipality, Leyte province in the Philippines in the morning of 8 Nov 2013 and is locally known as Yolanda. A UN Disaster Assessment and Coordination (UNDAC) team in coordination with the ASEAN Coordinating Centre for Humanitarian Assistance on disaster management has arrived in Manila to provide additional capacity to the Humanitarian Country Team to support the Government. All government line agencies are on full alert to respond to the potential effects of the typhoon. 
TC-2013-000139-PLW Tropical Cyclone Palau On Friday 7 November at around 4am, Typhoon Haiyan, the strongest typhoon in 2013 made its approach to Palau, its centre passing a mere 7 miles from the northernmost state of Kayangel and approximately 74 miles from the capital Koror. Rated as a Super Typhoon, the winds reached up to 160 mph, combined with heavy rains and storm surges particularly along the western coasts of the small Pacific island nation. Fortunately, there were no fatalities or serious injuries reported, however the impact was felt across 12 of the 16 States. 
TC-2013-000139-VNM Tropical Cyclone Viet Nam Haiyan (locally named number 13) will move to the East Sea and become the strongest typhoon toward Vietnam in a period of 10 years. Its wind strength will remain around 195 kilometres per hour (category 4). It is forecasted that this severe typhoon eye will move along Vietnam coastline around 9 AM 10 November at strength of category 3 or 2 through Quang Ngai, Quang Nam, Quang Tri, Quang Binh to Lao then to Ha Tinh, Nghe An, on 11 November. Estimated affected people by this typhoon at category 1 will be around 6,6 million people in Vietnam on 10 Oct 2013 (Source: According to today forecast, this typhoon will provide impact to the entire centre of Vietnam. Currently there are heavy rains in those provinces because of recent tropical depression. Local flash flood are in red. There were two deaths and one missing because of the current flood. The vulnerability of those provinces people are very high. Since they were affected by two recent floods, typhoon in Octobers. The poverty rate remained at from 20% to 60% in 2010 (WB Vietnam poverty report 2012). 
EP-2013-000138-TGO Epidemic Togo Since 30 August 2013, cases of cholera have been recorded in Lomé municipality This has since extended to six of the seven districts in the Maritime region as well as the Central region. As of 28 October, the situation worsened significantly, with the total number of cases escalating to 96 cases with 4 deaths. The continued rainfall in the regions and poor hygiene conditions have escalated concerns of a serious outbreak by the country?s health authorities.  
EP-2013-000137-ETH Epidemic Ethiopia Six cases of wild poliovirus type 1 (WPV1) have been confirmed in Ethiopia, two in the past week beginning 14 October 2013. 
EP-2013-000137-SSD Epidemic South Sudan Three cases of wild poliovirus type 1 (WPV1) have been confirmed in South Sudan up to reporting period week beginning 14 October 2013 
EP-2013-000136-PAK Epidemic Pakistan More than 7,000 people have tested positive for dengue fever in Swat District of Pakistan's Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province since September 2013. At least 26 people have died from the disease, though the death toll could be higher. 
TC-2013-000135-JPN Tropical Cyclone Japan Four people were reported killed, schools closed, hundreds of flights cancelled and thousands were advised to evacuate as Typhoon Wipha pummelled Tokyo on Wednesday, although the Japanese capital escaped major damage. 
EQ-2013-000134-PHL Earthquake Philippines At least six people were killed when buildings collapsed on islands popular with tourists in the central Philippines on 15 October 2013, radio reports said, after an earthquake measuring 7.2 hit the region. 
TC-2013-000133-IND Tropical Cyclone India Cyclone Phailin left a trail of destruction along India's east coast and at least seven people dead after making landfall on 12 Oct 2013 in Orissa state. Some 600,000 people were left homeless after the ferocious storm swept through 14,000 villages mainly in coastal districts. 
TC-2013-000132-PHL Tropical Cyclone Philippines Typhoon Nari (locally known as Santi) pounded the northern Philippines early on 12 Oct 2013, killing 13 people, ripping roofs off thousands of buildings, and leaving more than two million without power. 
TC-2013-000132-VNM Tropical Cyclone Viet Nam Typhoon Nari knocked down trees and damaged hundreds of houses in central Vietnam early on 15 Vietnam, forcing the evacuation of tens of thousands of people, state media said. 
FL-2013-000131-KHM Flood Cambodia Heavy rains since the third week of September have resulted in floods in at least 10 provinces throughout the north-west and along the Mekong River in central Cambodia. There were 30 confirmed deaths, including at least 16 children. 
EP-2013-000130-BEN Epidemic Benin Since the end of August 2013, a cholera outbreak was reported in the municipality of S?-Ava in the department of Atlantique in the south of Benin with 129 confirmed cases. Up to four of these cases were reported in the neighbouring municipality of Abomey-Calavi(1),Gbodj?dj (2),Cococodji (1). Elsewhere in the country, there is one reported case in Djougou; 5 cases with 1 death in Toviklin; Allada 1 case with 1 death; and five cases in Cotonou. All these cases were recorded during the same period (from 28 August 2013 to 2 October 2013). Samples of suspected cases were sent to the departmental and national laboratories, and after confirmation of cholera, the government of Benin declared an epidemic at the health zone level. The number of cases could be higher, as it is expected that not all cases are referred to official facilities and registered.  
TC-2013-000129-CHN Tropical Cyclone China, People's Republic Five people were killed, and 4 others missing as Typhoon Fitow hit east China's Zhejiang Province, affecting more than three million people. 
DR-2013-000128-PRY Drought Paraguay Approximately 15,000 families in 246 communities are being strongly affected by droughts in the Paraguayan Chaco since early May, directly impacting their livelihoods. Lack of rains during the first months of the year prevented families from getting the water needed to fill their reserve tanks. Meanwhile, communities are still facing the consequences of a frost that affected the area in July and August 2013 causing further loss in agriculture, livestock and dairy production, mainly in the Chaco?s department of Boquer?n. In view of this situation, the Paraguay Government declared a state of emergency on 11 September 2013 to address the consequences from both events. 
EP-2013-000127-COL Epidemic Colombia The Ministry of Health and Social Protection launched on 8 February an epidemiological alert across the country addressed to the health sector, in order to respond to the dengue hyperendemic present in the national territory. During the following months, the bulletins issued by the National Health Institute (Instituto Nacional de Salud, INS) showed evidence of an increase in dengue cases. According to the Public Health Surveillance System (SIVIGILA) of the INS, up to the epidemiological week No. 27 in 2013 (1-7 July 2013), a total number of 69,524 dengue cases were reported, of which 67,920 (97.7 per cent) were average dengue cases and 1,604 (2.3 per cent) severe dengue cases with signs of concern. Until this week 186 deaths due to dengue have been reported, 81 confirmed through laboratory tests. 
EP-2013-000126-SSD Epidemic South Sudan A total of 43 suspected cases of measles were reported in Malakal since August this year, according to Upper Nile State Ministry of Health and WHO. 
FL-2013-000125-BFA Flood Burkina Faso Since August, severe floods have been reported in many countries across the Sahel, particularly in Burkina Faso, Chad, Gambia, Guinea, Mali, Mauritania, Niger and Senegal. According to assessments conducted by authorities and Red Cross Red Crescent National Societies, more than 300,000 people have been affected. Houses, roads, public infrastructure, food reserves and crops have all been lost. 
OT-2013-000124-BGR Other Bulgaria Since August 2013, asylum seekers from Syria to Bulgaria has increased rapidly to more than 5,100 persons as of 30 September 2013. The developing crisis since the beginning of August 2013 has greatly challenged the existing state mechanisms and support to the asylum seekers, as well as the additional assistance provided by the UNHCR, Bulgarian Red Cross, other NGOs and citizens, including the Syrian community in Bulgaria. On 30 September 2013, all functioning accommodation centres, managed by the government have exceeded their capacity. There is a lack of sufficient food and non-food items including clothes, shoes, beds, and bed linen as well as medicine and medical care for the newcomers. Some facilities lack hot water, which in combination with bad hygiene conditions and overcrowding of the living premises creates epidemic risks for the people accommodated. Most of the asylum seekers settled in the accommodation centres, majority of whom are Syrians, are facing great difficulties to manage their living, having depleted their own resources, while facilities and services in Bulgaria are struggling with the rapidly increasing inflow of asylum seekers. 
FL-2013-000123-CMR Flood Cameroon On the night of September 17 to 18, 2013, heavy rains caused the rupture of the dam along the Logone River at the town of Dougui, Kai Kai District in the Far North Region of Cameroon. This caused initial evacuations of people to the banks of the dam. On September 27, 2013, a second rupture in the dam 4 km from the first rupture started flooding the area and nearly 9,000 people were evacuated immediately. Following this second flooding, a team directed by the Cameroon Red Cross (CRC) Disaster Management Coordinator deployed to the area to do initial assessments and participate in the coordination mechanism. 
TC-2013-000122-CHN Tropical Cyclone China, People's Republic A total of 74 people have been confirmed missing after three fishing boats have sunk since Sunday afternoon in a typhoon Wutip in South China Sea. 
TC-2013-000122-VNM Tropical Cyclone Viet Nam Typhoon Wutip, the tenth tropical storm over the East Sea this year, is forecast to make landfall in central Viet Nam on Monday, 30 September 2013, bringing strong winds and heavy rains to the central highlands and mountainous areas, which may cause landslides and flash floods. It is predicted to be the strongest typhoon hitting central Viet Nam since Typhoon Xangsane in 2006.  
EQ-2013-000121-PAK Earthquake Pakistan A 7.7-magnitude earthquake hit Baluchistan province in southwest Pakistan on 24 Sep 2013, killing at least 33 people and destroying dozens of houses in Awaran, 350 kilometres (219 miles) southwest of the provincial capital Quetta. 
TC-2013-000120-CHN Tropical Cyclone China, People's Republic Typhoon Usagi has killed at least 25 after making landfall in Guangdong Province Sunday evening. A total of 5.48 million people were affected and 310,000 residents were displaced due to the storm. 
TC-2013-000120-KHM Tropical Cyclone Cambodia Heavy monsoon rains exacerbated by Typhoon Usagi have pounded parts of Vietnam and Cambodia killing at least 36 people, authorities said Tuesday, with many swept to their deaths in floods. 
TC-2013-000120-PHL Tropical Cyclone Philippines Typhoon Usagi (locally known as Odette) struck the Philippines on 21 Sep 2013 in the southern part of Itbayat Island, one of the three main islands of the Batanes group of islands, affecting almost 48,000 people and causing severe damage to agriculture. It brought heavy rains to southern Taiwan, where some 3,400 people were evacuated, before it made landfall in southern China near Hong Kong on 22 Sep, killing 25 people. 
TC-2013-000120-VNM Tropical Cyclone Viet Nam Heavy monsoon rains exacerbated by Typhoon Usagi have pounded parts of Vietnam and Cambodia killing at least 36 people, authorities said Tuesday, with many swept to their deaths in floods. 
FL-2013-000119-MRT Flood Mauritania The rainstorms that commenced on the first week of August have taken a heavy toll on the in several regions. To date, the rainstorms have affected at least four (4) regions causing extensive damage to properties and resulting in six (6) deaths. To date, four districts are affected by floods. 
FF-2013-000118-BEN Flash Flood Benin The recent heavy rains and flodding in large parts of West Africa has led to an overflow of the Niger River, which have resulted in flash floods in the northern Benin mainly in the municipalities of Karimama and Malanville. To date, the floods have destroyed more than 3,000 houses and affected 13,000 hectars of farmland, leaving more than 10,000 people displaced and more than 30,000 affected. 
TC-2013-000117-JPN Tropical Cyclone Japan A powerful typhoon (Man-yi) lashed Japan with torrential rain on 16 September 2013, leaving three dead and 5 missing. 
FL-2013-000116-NGA Flood Nigeria Heavy rains and floods starting in mid-July 2013 have affected more than 81,500 people across Nigeria. Almost 8,000 people have been displaced and more than 6,500 homes have been damaged. As of 11 Sep 2013, 19 deaths had been recorded. At at least 2,217 farmlands have been destroyed by flooding. The most affected states are Zamfara, Kogi, and Bauchi. 
VO-2013-000115-IDN Volcano Indonesia Mount Sinabung erupts in Indonesia's North Sumatra. More than 6,000 people evacuated as ashes blanket buildings and cars. 
TC-2013-000114-MEX Tropical Cyclone Mexico M?xico D.F. a 16 de septiembre 2013.- Cruz Roja Mexicana abre hoy centros de acopio para ayudar a las personas afectadas por el paso del hurac?n Ingrid en el Golfo de M?xico y la tormenta tropical Manuel en el Oc?ano Pac?fico, que han afectado a miles de personas. 
FF-2013-000113-ROM Flash Flood Romania : Due to heavy rainfall in Romania that started on 12th September 2013 and lasted for more than 48 hours, many villages in several municipalities from the counties of Galati, Tulcea and Vaslui have been flooded. The majority of these affected areas are situated in the rural and poorer part of Romania. Some villages have become completely isolated due to the damaged and / or not accessible bridges. The rivers that flooded were Taita in Tulcea, Suhu and Chineja in Galati. According to the information received from the Red Cross branches and the emergency departments in the affected municipalities, more than 1735 households have been affected by the flooding and 6901 people have been evacuated. 
FL-2013-000112-CAF Flood Central African Republic On 3 - 4 September 2013, the sub-districts of Issongo, Bea-Rex Makambo, Sara Banga-2-Gbaya Dombia, Bibal?, Souma Poto Poto, Fondo Yakite and Sara-Dah in the third district of Bangui was flooded following heavy rains that have caused significant damage in those towns. Up to to 337 families were badly affected in the ten sub-districts and the total number of people whose homes were either damaged or destroyed is up to 1,785 people, with 716 children, 612 women (including 15 pregnant women) and 457 men. Also, almost all wells and latrines in these areas were damaged by flood waters. 
FL-2013-000111-VNM Flood Viet Nam At least 21 people have been killed as flash floods and landslides ravaged mountainous areas in northern Vietnam. 
CW-2013-000110-PER Cold Wave Peru From August 24th, low temperatures, snowfall, hailstorms and heavy rains are affecting the health and livelihoods of the population in 10 Departments (52 provinces) of the country. Cases of diseases such as conjunctivitis and severe respiratory infections are present, but mostly serious infections like pneumonia were evidenced in vulnerable groups (children under 5 years, elderly people and people with co-morbidities). In addition, there has been a total of 26,640 dead animals, as well as 683,344 affected animals (until September 2, 2013). In August 29th and 30th, the Peruvian Government declared a state of emergency in 106 districts of 23 provinces in the regions of Puno, Cusco, Ayacucho and Apurimac, this being the most intense event of this kind in 10 years. The National Service of Meteorology and Hydrology (Servicio Nacional de Meteorolog?a e Hidrolog?a - SENAHMI) predicts the low temperatures situation will last until the third week of September.  
CW-2013-000109-PER Cold Wave Peru According to the Meteorology Service, the highlands areas of the Department of Puno are being affected by extreme low temperatures that have reached -16.4?C. The intense snowfalls have caused severe damages with at least 1,200 families isolated and several houses collapsed. Access to the area is impossible and support has been requested to the regional and national levels in terms of provision of airlifts to deliver humanitarian assistance to affected population. (ECHO Daily Flash 05/09/2013) 
FL-2013-000108-SSD Flood South Sudan Heavy rains starting in the beginning of August 2013 have caused damage to houses, crops and basic infrastructure in several of Sudan's northern states. As of 1 Sep, aid agencies assessed that 27,000 people in ?ve states need assistance following ?ooding. Over 17,000 of them are in Warrap State. 
EP-2013-000107-LAO Epidemic Lao People's Democratic Republic As of 14 Jun 2013, more than 10,000 cases of dengue and 40 deaths had been recorded in Lao PDR. This is seven times more than the number of cases reported for the same period in 2012. By 9 Aug, the number of cases had increased to almost 35,000 and 81 deaths had been reported. On 20 Aug, the Central Emergency Response Fund allocated $753,504 to the World Health Organization to reach more than 4.7 million people in the 11 provinces with the highest incidence of dengue. 
CW-2013-000106-BOL Cold Wave Bolivia In August 2013, heavy snowfall hit five departments in Western Bolivia. Six people have been killed and almost 3,500 families have been affected. 
EP-2013-000105-KGZ Epidemic Kyrgyzstan On 22 August 2013, a 15-year-old boy from the Issyk-Kul region was hospitalized in the Ak-Suu regional hospital with complaints of high fever and the appearance of skin buboes. The patient was hospitalized in the intensive care unit with the diagnosis of "a suspected bubonic form of plague" and died on the evening of the same day. Pathologists confirmed the diagnosis as a form of bubonic plague. On 27 of August 2013, three more people were hospitalized with suspected bubonic plague in the same hospital and region. At time of reporting, 131 people (33 of them medical staff) who had contact with the boy are hospitalized and isolated. Six villages of Ak-Suu district are at the highest risk, with two other villages totally isolated.  
FL-2013-000104-MLI Flood Mali Heavy rains between 9-12 Aug 2013 caused flooding in Mali's Kidal and Segou regions, destroying houses, latrines and fields. Around 11,300 people were affected. On 28 Aug, torrential rains provoked flash floods in the capital Bamako, killing at least 34 people. More than 100 homes were swept away as the Niger river burst its banks.  
FL-2013-000103-YEM Flood Yemen Torrential rains have triggered flash floods in several parts of Yemen. The recent storms and heavy rainfall began on 14 August and have since continued. As many as 39 people have been reported killed and several others still missing as a result of floods and lightning strikes throughout the country. 
OT-2013-000102-CMR Other Cameroon Following armed confrontations that broke out between the Nigerian army and Boko Haram, the extremist Islamist militant group in early May 2013, thousands of people fled the country, some of whom sort refuge in the Far North Region of neighbouring Cameroon. Currently 3323 refugees, mostly women and children, have been pre-registered at the frontier between Cameroon and Nigeria, while 830 person (195 families) have been transferred to a refugee camp set up by the United Nations High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR) in Minawao, a locality situated some 18 km from Mokolo, headquarters of the Mayo Tsanaga Division and some 50 km from Maroua, headquarters of the Far North Region. On 25 March 2013, there was another heavy influx of refugees from the Central African Republic (CAR) into the Eastern region of Cameroon. These refugees were fleeing clashes between Seleka rebels and the army of the Bozize regime.  
FL-2013-000101-LAO Flood Lao People's Democratic Republic Due to the continuous heavy rainfall causes by the climate change during June to August and the influences of the JEBI storm and Mongkhut storm that blown off Laos in early August, many provinces in the Northern and Central part of Laos (Oudomxay, Xayabouly, Bolikhamxay, Khammuan, XiengKhuang, Luangprabang and Vientiane Province) 384 villages, 29 Districts have been adversely affected by flooding caused 20,445 Families, 112,586 people effected, 174 families Evacuated . Damaged 213 House,170 Rice warehouse,5,972 hectares rice fields, 1,636 hectares gardens, 54 hectares upland rice, 775 Km road damaged by flooding  
FF-2013-000100-RUS Flash Flood Russia Flash floods caused by torrential rain have swept the Far East Region of Russia covering three big regions: Khabarovsk krai, Amur region, and the Jewish Autonomous Oblast (JAO). The level of water in Amur river significantly increased to its historical maximum from last 100 years 6,88 meters. According to the forecast of State Hydro Meteorological Services of Russia, this level might increase until 7,0 meters with more significant negative consequences. According to the Emergency Report of Russian EMERCOM, altogether 137 settlements, 6,321 houses populated by 34,135 people, 216 sections of local roads and 59 road bridges remain flooded in 25 municipalities in the Far Eastern Federal District. 
TC-2013-000099-CHN Tropical Cyclone China, People's Republic Trami, the 12th typhoon to hit the mainland China this year, made landfall in the coastal areas of Fuqing, Fujian province, at 2:40 am on August 22. 189,800 residents living in work sheds or dilapidated houses in low-lying areas had moved to safer places. Trami was the second typhoon to hit South China this month. Last week, Typhoon Utor tore through China's southern regions, leaving 70 people dead and another 18 missing. Guangdong province had the most typhoon-related casualties, with 43 reported deaths as of 9 am August 22. The storms have affected more than 8 million people. While South China is battling the storms, northeastern China is fighting its worst floods in the past five decades. The number of casualties rose to 63 on August 21 in Liaoning with another 101 still missing. Affected provinces include Heilongjiang, Jilin, Liaoning, Guangdong, Guangxi and Fujian.  
FL-2013-000098-NER Flood Niger Heavy seasonal rains since mid-July 2013 have caused flooding in several parts of the country. As of 21 Aug, 12 deaths have been recorded, over 3,000 households (almost 25,000 people) have been affected, and 2,120 houses have been destroyed. The Maradi and Agadez regions are the most affected. 
FF-2013-000097-GEO Flash Flood Georgia On 17-18 August 2013 heavy rain caused the danger of the landslide in the villages of Guria region (Konchkati, Tkhinvali, Shrosha, Natanebi, Zemo and Kvemo Aketi, Ureki Tsvermagala territory). The water channels were damaged and Ureki district was flooded. Ureki population is asking for help. The water flooded the first floors and basements of the houses. Agricultural lands were also flooded, cattle and poultry were killed. Around 30 families in the village Chanchati, Lanchkhuti municipality are isolated from the outside world.  
EP-2013-000096-UGA Epidemic Uganda The Ministry of Health has confirmed an outbreak of Measles in Kamwenge, Kyenjojo, Mubende and Isingiro districts one year after a countrywide mass measles immunization campaign was undertaken targeting children below 5 years of age in May 2012. This was after the results of blood samples taken from patients in these districts tested positive for the measles virus after laboratory scrutiny at Uganda Virus Research Institute (UVRI). This outbreak jeopardizes the measles elimination targets for the country hence the need to respond urgently by improving the immunization coverage levels in these districts. A rapid assessment done by the district and URCS reveals that the disease has affected the sub-counties of Kitanga, Kiganda, Kibalinga, Bageza, & Kiyuni in Mubende district, Buguli sub-county in Kamwenge district, four (4) sub-counties of Nyankwanzi, Butunduzi, Bugaaki & Kyenjojo TC from Kyenjojo district and Mbaare sub-county in Isingiro district.  
FL-2013-000095-PHL Flood Philippines The Southwest Monsoon has caused flooding in several areas of the Philippines since mid-June 2013, which has been exacerbated by tropical depressions and storms. From 21 Jul onward, floods following heavy rainfall affected 22 municipalities and nearly 250,000 people in Mindanao's Maguindanao Province. Starting on 17 Aug, heavy monsoon rains aggravated by Tropical Storm Trami (locally known as Maring) caused flooding and landslides in 11 provinces and Metro Manila on Luzon island. More than 94,200 people have been affected and nearly 2,200 people sought refuge in 19 evacuation centers. 
OT-2013-000094-RWA Other Rwanda The Rwandan refugee session clause of June 30th 2013 has resulted in Rwandans living in Tanzania for different years to have to to return back to Rwanda, including people who have been in exile since the 1950s. The estimate indicates that up to 20,000 people are ready to return back home from Tanzania where they have been residing for a long period of time. These returning Rwandan families are being received mainly at Rusumo border posts in Kirehe district, others at Kagitumba in Nyagatare district & Nemba boarder post in Bugesera district in Eastern Province of the country and afterwards are being transported by district hired trucks to Kiyanzi transit camp.  
OT-2013-000093-EGY Other Egypt The on-going instability and uncertain climate in Egypt after the dismissal of the president on 30 June 2013, has led to further political protests and strikes with several sit-in camps installed by both pro and opposition groups. The interim government issued several warnings asking the participants of those sit-ins to restrain from violent activities and to engage in national dialogue initiated recently by the transitional regime.According to the Egyptian ministry of health, more than 638 people have lost their lives and more than 3,700 people were injured after the escalations of protests on 14 August 2013, with clashes in Cairo, Alexandria and Beheira, the canal provinces of Suez and Ismailiya, and the central provinces of Assiut and Menya. A state of emergency and national curfews were announced by the interim government for one month period in 14 provinces. 
TC-2013-000092-CHN Tropical Cyclone China, People's Republic Three people are confirmed dead, five are missing and tens of thousands were evacuated as Typhoon Utor battered south China with strong winds and torrential rain. 
TC-2013-000092-PHL Tropical Cyclone Philippines Twenty-three people were missing as Typhoon Utor swept across the northern Philippines on Monday, ripping roofs off houses, tearing down power lines and triggering landslides in remote villages. 
FF-2013-000091-SDN Flash Flood Sudan An estimated 98,500 people have been affected by heavy rain and flash floods in several areas of Sudan between 1-4 Aug 2013. The floods have killed 11 people and destroyed or damaged more than 14,000 houses. Khartoum and River Nile are the worst affected states. Immediate needs include emergency shelter, health and water and sanitation services. 
FF-2013-000090-PAK Flash Flood Pakistan Countrywide heavy monsoon rains in Pakistan have triggered flash floods, claimed the lives of at least 60 people and rendered thousands homeless since 1 Aug 2013. The rains have also led to an extensive loss of crops, property and livelihoods, and caused widespread damages to infrastructure. 
FR-2013-000089-BIH Fire Bosnia-Herzegovina At approximately 2am on 26th July 2013, a fire started at the "Irfan Ljubijanki?" cantonal hospital in Biha?, Bosnia and Herzegovina. Almost the whole complex has been ruined by the fire. The material damage is enormous. 400 patients in total have been transported to Prijedor, Sanski as well as Karlovac in the neighbouring Croatia.  
FF-2013-000088-AFG Flash Flood Afghanistan On 3 Aug 2013, heavy rains resulted in flash floods and high water levels in 13 villages in Surobi district of Afghanistan's Kabul province, destroying over 400 houses. As of 4 Aug, 23 deaths had been confirmed. 
FL-2013-000087-MMR Flood Myanmar Nearly 25,000 people have been evacuated to makeshift camps after floods ravaged eastern Myanmar. 
FL-2013-000086-JPN Flood Japan Parts of western Japan were deluged by rain early Sunday, triggering mudslides and floods that left at least two people missing in Shimane and Yamaguchi prefectures. 
FL-2013-000085-NIC Flood Nicaragua Tropical storms and heavy rains caused flooding in Nicaragua's Regi?n Aut?noma Atl?ntico Norte (RAAN) and Regi?n Aut?noma Atl?ntico Sur (RAAS) from mid-June 2013 onwards. In the Prinzapolka municipality (RAAN), almost 10,000 people were affected in late June and more than 1,500 hectares of rice, corn and other crops were damaged. In late July, overflowing rivers in RAAS damaged houses, infrastructure and crops. The affected communities are in need of food and non-food items. 
FF-2013-000084-GEO Flash Flood Georgia On 19th July 2013, heavy rains caused considerable damages in the several parts of Georgia. A total of 3,800 families (19,000 people) have been affected in the following regions Samegrelo, Gusia, Ajara, Mtskheta - Mtianeti. The western part of Georgia was the most affected. In Samegrelo region more than 20 villages were severely affected by the floods. Houses, agricultural lands, gardens and yards were flooded. Cattle and poultry were killed. Cracks appeared in walls of the houses and traffic movement was severely affected. Heavy rain also significantly affected eastern part of Georgia, as well: seven villages of Dusheti municipality were isolated from the outside world and more than 20 villages were severely affected. The amount of inflicted damage is being assessed. 
FL-2013-000083-THA Flood Thailand Heavy rain has caused flooding in Trat and Ranong province. Over 500 residents of Trat province have been affected, as the water level has risen to 1.5 meters.  
DR-2013-000082-BWA Drought Botswana Government has declared 2013/14 a drought year following the Drought Assessment Tour Exercise conducted from the April 15 to May 7. The exercise confirmed that rainfall was poorly distributed and much below normal in most parts of the country thus government concluded that that the overall food situation in the country has deteriorated and has approved that the whole country be declared drought stricken. 
FL-2013-000081-PRK Flood Korea, Democratic People's Republic Up to 80% of Anju City in the South Pyongyang province, located on the western part of the country, is reported to be submerged by flooding of the Chongchon river. Flooding combined with sea rise, caused embankments to break in the early hours (3AM)of 21 July 2013.  
EQ-2013-000080-CHN Earthquake China, People's Republic A 6.6-magnitude quake jolted the junction of Minxian County and Zhangxian County at 7:45 a.m. Beijing Time. The epicenter, with a depth of 20 km, was 170 km away from the Gansu provincial capital of Lanzhou. The death toll from the deadly quake is 47, with 296 injured, according to Gansu Earthquake Networks Center by noon today. 
OT-2013-000079-UGA Other Uganda The Bundibugyo district in Uganda shares common boundaries with the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) to the West and North and witnessed an influx of population movement from DRC. According to interviews conducted, the population movement was reportedly triggered by fighting within the areas of Buwisa, Butalinga and Bahumu beginning 9 July. Up to 600 people were reported to have arrived mainly through the Busunga border post beginning 11 July, with the numbers increasing steadily to an estimated 66,000 people as of 14 July. 
TC-2013-000078-CHN Tropical Cyclone China, People's Republic Eastern China was battered Sunday by strong winds and torrential downpours from Typhoon Soulik which left three people dead and forced half a million people to evacuate their homes. 
TC-2013-000078-TWN Tropical Cyclone Taiwan (China) Taiwan's meteorological authority said Typhoon Soulik has left one dead and 21 others injured after it hit the northern part of the island early Saturday morning. 
DR-2013-000077-BOL Drought Bolivia Between January and May 2013, many areas of Bolivia received insufficient amounts of rain. The drought severely affected the agricultural production, including 93,000 hectares of crops and almost 49,000 animals. More than 17,000 affected families were registered in 19 municipalities. On 19 Jun, the government declared a national emergency.  
FL-2013-000076-PRY Flood Paraguay Heavy rains have resulted in a significant increase in the Parana river flow in Brazil, increasing pressure on the reservoir of the Itaipu dam, which releases water flow onto Paraguayan territory. This situation affects people located in the low areas of Paran? or close to the river beds in the Departments of Alto Paran?, Misiones, Itap?a and ?eembuc?. The situation is further aggravated due to the convergence of the Parana and Paraguay rivers which is flooding surrounding communities such as Paso de Patria, Mayor Martinez, Cerrito, Villalb?n and General D?az. Meteorological reports predict continued rains in the basin of the Igua?u and Parana rivers for the next few days, specifically in the departments of Canindey?, Alto Paran?, while Brazil's Parana state could receive more moderate rainfall. In response to the floods, the executive board of the Paraguayan Government has issued the Decree No. 11.313 by which ?Emergency is declared in Misiones, High Paran? and ?eembuc? departments affected by flooding and water overloads of water runways and emergency measures are taken" for 90 days from 27 June 2013. Around 2,360 families are affected to date in the three departments. 
EP-2013-000075-HND Epidemic Honduras Honduras is experiencing an outbreak of dengue fever, with 10 deaths from 8,380 dengue cases and 1,442 hemorrhagic dengue cases confirmed and reported as of 22 June, over triple the number of cases recorded in 2012. Among the most affected cities are Tegucigalpa (Francisco Moraz?n) and San Pedro Sula (Department of Cort?s). The Government of Honduras has issued a nationwide declaration of alert in 112 municipalities in response to this situation. 
FL-2013-000074-HTI Flood Haiti Heavy rains on 14, 15 and 28 Jun 2013 caused flooding in Haiti's Artibonite, Nord-ouest and Centre departments. Six people were killed and over 6,600 families affected. Extensive damage was reported in the agriculture and livestock sectors. 
EQ-2013-000073-IDN Earthquake Indonesia A 6.1-magnitude earthquake shook northwestern Indonesia on 2 July 2013, killing 22 people, injuring more than 200 and damaging thousands of homes. 
TC-2013-000071-LAO Tropical Cyclone Lao People's Democratic Republic On 23 June 2013 topical storm BEBINCA hit northern and central of Lao PDR made heavy rain coursed flood damaged in three provinces ( Bolikhamsay, Oudomsay and Xiengkhoung Provinces) coursed 7 district ,26 Villages 2,850 families, 10,468 people affected, 12 ha fish pond, 100 ha rice field damaged. Fist report from PDMC 
FL-2013-000070-IND Flood India At least 32 people have been killed and 31,822 have been affected by floods in India. The worst affected states are Assam, Kerala, Orissa and West Bengal. 
FL-2013-000070-NPL Flood Nepal At least 22 people have been killed in landslides and floods triggered by heavy monsoon rain in remote parts of Nepal. 
DR-2013-000069-ECU Drought Ecuador As of June 2013, Ecuador?s southern region has gone for four months without rain, with Loja being the most affected province. The drought has caused losses in corn, peanut, and bean crops and there is a high scarcity of food and foliage for cattle. An assessment has identified 1,025 directly affected households, all people of limited resources, mostly small-scale farmers, daily wage laborers and livestock producers. 
FL-2013-000068-AUT Flood Austria Thousands of people have been evacuated from several parts of central Europe due to heavy rainfall and consequent flooding, particularly in the Czech Republic, Germany, Switzerland and Austria. Significant disruption to overland travel is expected to persist as further rainfall is forecast in the coming days in the region. Further rainfall, which has been forecast across parts of the region in the coming days, is likely to exacerbate the problems caused by flooding, especially in low-lying areas. Considerable disruption to essential services, including telecommunications and electricity, should be anticipated in the affected areas until the weather conditions improve and any damaged infrastructure is repaired. 
FL-2013-000068-CHE Flood Switzerland Thousands of people have been evacuated from several parts of central Europe due to heavy rainfall and consequent flooding, particularly in the Czech Republic, Germany, Switzerland and Austria. Significant disruption to overland travel is expected to persist as further rainfall is forecast in the coming days in the region. Further rainfall, which has been forecast across parts of the region in the coming days, is likely to exacerbate the problems caused by flooding, especially in low-lying areas. Considerable disruption to essential services, including telecommunications and electricity, should be anticipated in the affected areas until the weather conditions improve and any damaged infrastructure is repaired. 
FL-2013-000068-CZE Flood Czech Rep Thousands of people have been evacuated from several parts of central Europe due to heavy rainfall and consequent flooding, particularly in the Czech Republic, Germany, Switzerland and Austria. Significant disruption to overland travel is expected to persist as further rainfall is forecast in the coming days in the region. Further rainfall, which has been forecast across parts of the region in the coming days, is likely to exacerbate the problems caused by flooding, especially in low-lying areas. Considerable disruption to essential services, including telecommunications and electricity, should be anticipated in the affected areas until the weather conditions improve and any damaged infrastructure is repaired. 
FL-2013-000068-DEU Flood Germany Thousands of people have been evacuated from several parts of central Europe due to heavy rainfall and consequent flooding, particularly in the Czech Republic, Germany, Switzerland and Austria. Significant disruption to overland travel is expected to persist as further rainfall is forecast in the coming days in the region. Further rainfall, which has been forecast across parts of the region in the coming days, is likely to exacerbate the problems caused by flooding, especially in low-lying areas. Considerable disruption to essential services, including telecommunications and electricity, should be anticipated in the affected areas until the weather conditions improve and any damaged infrastructure is repaired. 
FL-2013-000068-HUN Flood Hungary The flood wave on the Danube river reached Hungarian territory on Monday, 3rd June 2013. It is expected to reach the capital city of Budapest on 9th June. In the afternoon of 4th June a state of emergency was declared in three north-western counties along the river (Gy?r-Moson-Sopron, Kom?rom-Esztergom and Pest) as well as in Budapest. Around 100 people have been preventively evacuated from three municipalities in these regions in the early hours on 5th June. A high number of people is to be evacuated, and vast areas are likely to get under water in the days to come.  
EP-2013-000067-ETH Epidemic Ethiopia On 7 May 2013, six cases of Yellow Fever were confirmed in South Omo in the SNNPR region. The Ministry of Health is launching an emergency mass-vaccination campaign in six districts. 
ST-2013-000066-ARM SEVERE LOCAL STORM Armenia Between 12 to 17 May, 2013, devastating hail storms have damaged almost all yield capacity of more than half of the communities in Armavir region, Armenia.  
EP-2013-000065-SSD Epidemic South Sudan On 30 Apr 2013, South Sudan's Ministry of Health declared an outbreak of meningitis in Malakal County, Upper Nile State. As of 27 May, 141 cases and five deaths were reported from Malakal county, two cases from Jonglei state and eight cases from Aweil West county. A vaccination campaign is targeting 154,000 people. 
EP-2013-000064-KEN Epidemic Kenya Two positive wild polio cases were identified in Hagadera camp, involving two children; 2 and 4 year olds. The specimens were collected and laboratory confirmation done by KEMRI/CDC laboratories. The potential risk for in-camp transmission is high considering inter camps movements by refugees. The risk is also high in surrounding host community, and in the neighbouring urban centres including Garrisa and border towns of Wajir, Mandera, Tana River and Isiolo. The Ministry of Health plans to conduct vaccinations against polio in four rounds of Mop up and Supplementary Immunization Activities (SIA). The first round shall target two counties (Garissa and Wajir) while the second round shall target 5 counties (Garissa, Wajir, Mandera, Nairobi and Turkana). The third and fourth shall districts in 24 selected counties. These are hot spot counties prioritized by the MoH (Ministry of Health) based on epidemiological factors which include and not limited to areas where outbreaks have been reported recently, communities? bordering Somali and refugee?s transit districts of Nairobi. The first round shall be undertaken between 26th and 29th May 2013. This round intends to target 512,610 children under the age of 15. 
EP-2013-000063-ZWE Epidemic Zimbabwe Zimbabwe has been affected by Malaria in the first quarter of 2013, with 256,909 cases recorded in that time, resulting in 165 deaths. 
DR-2013-000062-NAM Drought Namibia Following a prolonged dry period during the 2012/13 cropping season (November-June), Namibia's main cereal crop output for 2013 is expected to suffer a severe decline. In some parts, the cumulative rains between January and March were approximately one-third of the average and a 50 per cent below average cereal production is expected. Livestock conditions are also deteriorating due to lack of water. On 17 May 2013, the President declared an emergency situation in the country as a result of drought and appealed to the international community for assistance. Over 300,000 people have been classified as food insecure and over 4,000 livestock have died. 
CE-2013-000061-SDN Complex Emergency Sudan Sudan continues to experience both natural and man-made disasters ranging from conflict, droughts, floods and epidemic outbreaks, creating a cycle of displacement and vulnerability across the country. By the end of of 2012, 4.4 million people were estimated to be in need of humanitarian assistance, and these numbers have continued to remain high in the first part of 2013.  
TC-2013-000060-BGD Tropical Cyclone Bangladesh Probably landfall of cyclone Mahasen in Bangladesh is 16 May around 6pm UTC. Storm surges of up to 1m are expected, mostly affecting the Cittagong Division and Barisal Division 
TC-2013-000060-LKA Tropical Cyclone Sri Lanka Tropical Cyclone Mahasen caused unusually heavy rains without making landfall in Sri Lanka starting on 13 May 2013, which triggered flash floods and mudslides. At least seven people were killed and two are missing, while another 115,000 were forced to flee flooded homes. Rains subsided by 15 May as the cyclone moved away. 
TC-2013-000060-MMR Tropical Cyclone Myanmar Probable landfall of cyclone Mahasen in Rakhine is 16 May 6pm UTC. The vulnerable refugee population of the Rohingya may be severely affected 
EP-2013-000059-CAF Epidemic Central African Republic Measles outbreaks have been reported in several regions of the Central African Republic, notably in the towns of Ngaoundaye, Abba and Carnot, Begoua and Mbaiki, in suburbs of the capital city, Bangui. From January to April 2013, 63 cases of measles were reported in the capital city, Bangui, including 11 cases in April. Large population movements from rural areas to the capital, Bangui due to insecurity increases the risk of a large-scale outbreak.  
EP-2013-000058-UGA Epidemic Uganda On the 18th April 2013, the Ministry of Health (MoH) reported an outbreak of cholera in the districts of Hoima, Nebbi and Buliisa. The reports from the ministry of health epidemiology and surveillance department indicate that since the beginning of 2013 the cumulative number of cases reported from the cholera affected districts has reached 216 cases and 7 deaths. The overall case fatality rate nationally from these districts stands at 3.2%. 
OT-2013-000057-SDN Other Sudan Within a few days of the first direct talks between Sudan People?s Liberation Movement ? North (SPLM-N) and government of Sudan held in Addis, Ethiopia on 25 April, armed attacks by Sudanese Revolutionary Front (a coalition of armed movement that includes SPLM-N) were reported to have taken place in several locations within North and South Kordofan State. This resulted in significant civilian displacements and destruction of a power plant, petrol stations and a telecommunications tower. The first attacks were reported to have started in the Abu Kershola area of Rashad locality, South Kordofan. Additional significant civilian displacement was reported following further attacks in Umm Ruwaba town, 147 km southeast of the North Kordofan capital, El Obeid, and Allakarim, Simeh and Sidrah villages, 90km east of El Obeid. By the 9 May 2013, 41,291 individuals were estimated to have been severely affected and displaced to neighbouring states. Based on Sudanese Red Crescent Society (SRCS) assessments, an estimated 30,000 people to be in need of urgent humanitarian assistance. 
EQ-2013-000056-IND Earthquake India An earthquake of 5.8 magnitude struck Jammu and Kashmir at around 12.27 pm on 1May 2013, causing severe damage to thousands of residential houses and government buildings. The after shocks are being felt continuously after 1 May 2013, which have aggravated the damage to these houses further. Thus, a large number of families are spending nights sleeping in the open due to fear of collapsing of their damaged houses. 
FL-2013-000055-UGA Flood Uganda Heavy rains at the beginning of May 2013 caused the banks of the Nyamwamba river to burst, which resulted in flooding in the Kasese district. As of 7 May, more than 19,000 people were affected. Over 3,100 people sought shelter at the Kasese Primary School. 
FL-2013-000054-CHN Flood China, People's Republic Floods and landslides triggered by heavy rain have claimed six lives while affecting more than 420,000 people in south China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region. 
DR-2013-000053-MHL Drought Marshall Islands The Government declared a state of emergency for the northern Marshall Islands on 19 Apr 2013 due to a prolonged dry season and severe drought experienced in Wotje and the atolls north of Majuro. The severe drought conditions may have affected drinking water supplies, rainwater catchment storage, salinity of groundwater and agriculture/food production on the atoll islands requiring immediate as well as long-term response measures. 
FL-2013-000052-SOM Flood Somalia Several parts of Somalia - especially the south - have been affected by flooding following heavy rains across Somalia and the Ethiopian highlands starting with the beginning of the rainy season in April 2013. Flash floods in Wanlaweyn district in Lower Shabelle led to loss of property, damage to infrastructure and displacement of people. Xudun district (Sool) and Dharoor valley (Sanaag) also experienced flooding. In Cabudwaq (Galgadud) flooding displaced thousands of people. 
FL-2013-000051-ECU Flood Ecuador Starting in January 2013, seasonal rains caused flooding and landslides in various parts of Ecuador. The most affected provinces were Santo Domingo de los Ts?chilas, Esmeraldas, Manab?, El Oro, Chimborazo, Pichincha, Guayas, Imbabura, Tungurahua, Los R?os, Carchi, Orellana, Morona Santiago, Pastaza, Santa Elena and Napo. As of 26 Apr, 25,567 people were affected, 3,906 houses were damaged and 127 destroyed. 
FL-2013-000050-ETH Flood Ethiopia Heavy rains in several areas across Ethiopia caused flooding starting in mid-April 2013. As of 22 Apr, more than 9,000 households were affected in the Somali region and more than 1,300 households in the Oromia region and SNNPR. The floods caused displacement, damage to infrastructures and loss of livelihoods, including houses, water schemes, livestock, farmlands and food stocks. 
OT-2013-000049-TCD Other Chad The conflict between Salamat and Missiry? in Darfur, Sudan has resulted in a massive movement of population to Chad, particularly in the area of Sila. While previous reports had indicated that up to 39, 395 people were on the move, according to several sources present there are upwards of 74,350 people(a combination of refugee and returnees) in the Sila region. The volatile situation to date has recorded up to 48 people wounded by gunfire.  
EQ-2013-000048-AFG Earthquake Afghanistan A 5.7 magnitude earthquake struck 24 kilometers northwest of the Nangarhar provincial capital Jalalabad in eastern Afghanistan near the Pakistani border on 24 Apr 2013. The quake killed 18 people, injured 141 and damaged 676 houses. 
OT-2013-000047-BGD Other Bangladesh On 24 April 2003 at 0900hr, an eight-storey building collapsed in Savar, north of Dhaka, the capital city of Bangladesh. At 2100hr, a total of 102 dead bodies have been recovered from the scene, while the number of peoiple still trapped inside the rubble is unknown. Some 1,000 injured people have been safely rescued and provided with immediate basic first aid or transferred to nearby hospitals for medical attention.  
EQ-2013-000046-CHN Earthquake China, People's Republic A 7.0-magnitude earthquake hit Lushan county of Ya'an city in south China's Sichuan Province at 8:02 a.m. Beijing Time on Saturday, April 20 2013. The earthquake?s epicenter was monitored near Lushan county (30.3 degrees north latitude and 103.0 degrees east longitude) at a depth of 13 kms. Up to 29 aftershocks have been reported, with the biggest one at magnitude 5.3. As of the reporting time, at least 100 people were killed and more than 2,000 injured. Around 120,000 people are reported to be evacuated and relocated in Lushan county. 
FL-2013-000045-AFG Flood Afghanistan In the first week of February 2013, heavy rain and snowfall across Afghanistan caused considerable damage, leaving 10 people dead and hundreds of houses destroyed. More than 1,200 families were displaced. Areas in the Central and Western Regions are among the worst hit. By the end of February, more than 1,600 families had been affected, 26 people had been killed, and about 425 homes had been damaged or destroyed in 15 of Afghanistan's 34 provinces. As of mid-April, over 70 weather-related incidents had been recorded. 
EQ-2013-000044-CHN Earthquake China, People's Republic As of 6 p.m., at least 123,000 people have been affected by a 5.0-magnitude earthquake that jolted Dali Bai Autonomous Prefecture in southwest China's Yunnan Province on Wednesday morning, according to the prefecture government. 
EQ-2013-000043-IRN Earthquake Iran, Islamic Republic An earthquake registering 7.8 on the Richter scale occurred in Sistan and Baluchestan Province in south-eastern in Iran, 78 km from the border with Pakistan, on 16 Apr 2013. According to the latest media reports, 34 people were killed and some 80 people were injured in Pakistan. 
EQ-2013-000043-PAK Earthquake Pakistan An earthquake registering 7.8 on the Richter scale occurred in Sistan and Baluchestan Province in south-eastern in Iran, 78 km from the border with Pakistan, on 16 Apr 2013. According to the latest media reports, 34 people were killed and some 80 people were injured in Pakistan. 
EQ-2013-000042-JPN Earthquake Japan A strong earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 6.3 struck western Japan early Saturday, causing at least 23 injuries 
FL-2013-000041-GHA Flood Ghana Severe rainstorms starting from the first week of March 2013 and continued for close to two weeks, impacting the northern part of Ghana. The ensuing floods resulted in community populations displacement, loss of property and farm produce.  
EP-2013-000040-COG Epidemic Congo, Republic The heavy downpour of 17 and 18 November 2012 that caused extensive damage in the city also caused the displacement of many families. This prompted the administrative authorities of the department of Pointe Noire to open two sites (Sapeurs Pompier and the trade fair grounds sites) for the relocation of the victims. A few days later, cases of cholera-induced diarrhoea were reported in these sites and later confirmed as a cholera epidemic by the Ministry of Health, after an analysis of samples.  
EP-2013-000039-SLB Epidemic Solomon Islands Since January 2013, approximately 1,970 suspected dengue cases have been reported, resulting in three deaths. More than 1,800 of the cases are in Honiara, the capital of Solomon Islands, while the others are in the provinces of Guadalcanal and Gizo. It is currently the rainy season in Solomon Islands, increasing the breeding sites of the Aedes mosquito which transmits the disease. The trend in the bed occupancy rate remains well over 95 per cent. Those with severe dengue requiring blood transfusion accounts for more than 20 per cent of the cases. The Solomon Islands Ministry of Health (MoH) has been working hard to respond to the outbreak since January. The MoH has enacted their emergency plans and requested the assistance of the NDMO to staff the hospital Emergency Operations Center (EOC) which is running 24/7. 
FL-2013-000038-KEN Flood Kenya Heavy rainfall as part of the Long Rains season caused flooding in several parts of Kenya from the middle of March 2013 onward, especially in the Coast and Western regions. The hardest-hit areas include Tana River County, with almost 1,200 households affected, and parts of the West, where floods caused displacement and destruction of property and livelihoods. 
EQ-2013-000037-IRN Earthquake Iran, Islamic Republic A 6.3 magnitude earthquake struck south of the port city of Bushehr in south-western Iran on 9 Apr 2013. Regional authorities said at least 30 people had been killed and as many as 800 injured. Some 10,000 people are thought to live in the affected area in more than 50 villages, two of which have reportedly been completely leveled. Bushehr's governor said 700 houses had been damaged and 200 families affected. 
ST-2013-000036-LAO SEVERE LOCAL STORM Lao People's Democratic Republic On 22 March 2013, the strong wind hit kaisone District, Savannakhet Province, affected 597 houses, 7 government buildings, 11 Electricity poles, estimate the cost damaged around 45,725 USD.  
ST-2013-000035-ARG SEVERE LOCAL STORM Argentina Las fuertes lluvias que azotaron la Ciudad de Buenos Aires durante el día de ayer alcanzaron un record histórico para el mes de abril. El temporal provocó inundaciones en los barrios porteños de Palermo, Colegiales, Belgrano, Flores, Villa Lugano, Villa del Parque y Villa Urquiza, en los que el agua ingres? a domicilios, edificios y locales comerciales. Las empresas de electricidad informaron que persisten cortes preventivos de energ?a en las comunas 12 y 13, para evitar accidentes. 
IN-2013-000034-MDG Insect Infestation Madagascar An outbreak of locusts started in the south of Madagascar in April 2012. As the situation deteriorated, the Ministry of Agriculture of Madagascar declared a national disaster on 27 Nov and requested technical and financial assistance from FAO in December. In the following months, the locust plague spread further north and was estimated to have infested half of the country by March 2013. The locusts are expected to have negatively impacted on crops and pasture land. 
ST-2013-000033-GEO SEVERE LOCAL STORM Georgia On March 24th 2013, strong wind and storms affected the Eastern and Western parts of Georgia. According to the rapid needs assessment conducted by Georgian Red Cross staff and volunteers, up to 350 houses have been damaged (roofs ripped off, broken windows, household items damaged) and the roofs of about 20 schools were ripped off by the strong wind. After the storm in Adjara, a fisherman is believed to have drowned after reportedly a large wave dragged him into the sea. River bank dikes were destroyed, while trees, electricity poles and advertisement billboards were fallen down. 
ST-2013-000032-BGD SEVERE LOCAL STORM Bangladesh A tornado ripped through more than a dozen rural villages in eastern Bangladesh in the district of Brahmanbaria on late Friday, 22 March 2013, killing at least 26 people, as per the Bangladesh Red Crescent Society (BDRCS) assessment, battering six unions of three upazilas (sub district) severely injuring 388 and affecting 1,633 families. BDRCS Brahmanbaria Unit reported more than 1,400 houses completely destroyed and more than 100 homes partially damaged.  
CW-2013-000031-HUN Cold Wave Hungary The suddenly returning severe winter weather in March paralysed almost half of Hungary between 14th and 16th March 2013. Authorities issued red alert for seven counties, and orange alert for many others, on 14th March due to continuous snowfall and snowstorms. Several. thousands of people got stranded on the highways M1 and M7 due to the deep snow and the strong winds that caused snowdrifts and blockages. About 100,000 households in 98 settlements remained without electric power supply for several days. 
FL-2013-000030-COL Flood Colombia Las fuertes lluvias que se han presentado en el departamento del Choc? desde el pasado viernes mantienen en emergencia a tres municipios. Las autoridades calculan que cerca de cuatro mil familias resultaron afectadas a causa de los desbordamientos de los r?os Taman?, H?bita, Baud? e Ingar?. 
FF-2013-000029-SRB Flash Flood Serbia Due to the heavy rain during the last two days several municipalities in Kosovo have been flooded with the villages around. The affected municipalities are Klina/Klina Skenderaj/Srbica, Peja/Pec, Istog/Istok, Kamenice/Kamenica, Gjakova/Djakovica, and Mitrovica/Mitrovice. Some villages are in the rural and poorer part as well. The increased water levels in the rivers Drini I Bardhe, Klina, Bistrica, and Lushta, and have flooded the surrounding areas.  
FL-2013-000028-NAM Flood Namibia The Zambezi river levels reached 6.31m on 11 March 2013 as compared to the normal levels at 4.21m. The flooding caused damage to the homes, roads, dams, fields and destroyed livestock and livelihoods, with the majority of the houses in the flood plains inundated. The road networks have been cut off, making it difficult for the communities to access essential services such as clinics. Some of these clinics were also inundated and had to be closed. According to the findings of the rapid assessment led by the government, 4,000 families, including 4,527 children, are impacted by the floods, with up to 2,500 families already evacuated to different relocation camps as of 12 March 2013. 
ST-2013-000027-CAF SEVERE LOCAL STORM Central African Republic On Sunday 4 March 2013, neighborhoods of the 3rd, 4th and 6th subdivisions of Central African Republic, were ravaged by violent winds. The towns of Bimbo and Bouar located some 9 and 450 km respectively from Bangui also experienced heavy rains accompanied by violent winds. 
TC-2013-000026-PHL Tropical Cyclone Philippines Tropical Depression Shanshan, locally known as Crising, affected about 51,000 families (260,000 people) across 8 regions of the Philippines including areas still recovering from Bopha. In central Mindanao, heavy rains triggered flooding in several areas in North Cotabato province and 2,000 families (10,000 people) were evacuated to safer areas. 
FF-2013-000025-SRB Flash Flood Serbia After heavy rainfalls accompanied with hail and thunder, which on Monday, February 25th, late in the afternoon affected Bujanovac, Vranje, Trgovi?te and the wider environment, flash floods hit Bujanovac municipality (a part of city called New Settlement, and the villages Oslare, Levosoje and Rakovac), in Pre?evo (the village called Train Station) at night and on the next day, Tuesday, February 26th , while in Vranje and in Trgovi?te the heavy precipitation caused a sudden increase in water levels in the local rivers. In Bujanovac, about 60 houses were flooded and about 100 people (more than twenty families) evacuated, who have been put up in homes of their friends or relatives. In Pre?evo about 50 homes were flooded, without evacuation of vulnerable families, while in Trgovi?te an emergency situation has been declared.  
FL-2013-000024-MKD Flood Macedonia The heavy rain falls that affected Macedonia in the previous days (23-26.02.2012) caused overflow of rivers from their river beds, damaging and overflowing few dams and caused numerous consequences on the infrastructure, agricultural fields and houses of the locals in few regions in the country. At the moment, the most affected regions by the floods in Macedonia are; Kumanovo, Shtip, Sveti Nikole, Strumica, Valandovo, Ohrid, Probishtip and Kochani.  
FL-2013-000023-ZMB Flood Zambia Since 17 January 2013, Zambia has experienced flooding due to heavy rainfall, which has affected the most parts of the country, with Mumbwa district in the Central province being the worst affected. The district has been experiencing above average rainfall, and reports for the past two years show that the water table has risen as a result of this.  
TC-2013-000022-MDG Tropical Cyclone Madagascar Tropical Cyclone Haruna made landfall on the south-west coast of Madagascar on 22 Feb 2013. Heavy rains and winds ahead of the storm had started to affect the country on 18 Feb. As of 21 Feb, the government had reported five deaths, 5,506 affected people, 43 houses destroyed and 1,400 flooded. 
EQ-2013-000021-COL Earthquake Colombia On 9 Feb 2013, a 6.9 earthquake shook the department of Nari?o, with an epicenter 186 km from the Ospina municipality, affecting 57 municipalities in Nari?o, Cauca and Valle del Cauca. At least 3,600 houses were damaged and almost 400 were destroyed. 
FL-2013-000020-BOL Flood Bolivia As of 17 Feb 2013, the El Nino weather phenomenon had claimed the lives of 23 people since November 2012, which were killed by the overflowing of rivers, flooding and landslides in western and eastern Bolivia. Over 10,000 families were affected. 
FL-2013-000019-PER Flood Peru Torrential rains starting on 8 Feb 2013 caused flooding and landslides in the Arequipa province of southern Peru. Five people were killed, 75 injured and 48,000 affected. 15 houses were destroyed and 4,000 damaged. The government declared a state of emergency. 
CW-2013-000018-TJK Cold Wave Tajikistan Due to extremely low temperatures followed by a heavy snowfall, eleven villages (Kuhnakurgan, Modiyon, Chechtube, Rangkul, Chichekdeh, Karakul, Tokhtamish, Shaimok, Alichur, Bashgunbez, Bulunkul) and Murgab, the district administrative centre, have been cut off from the rest of the country in the remotest area of Tajikistan ? Murgab District in the mountainous area of Tajikistan.  
FL-2013-000017-PNG Flood Papua New Guinea Continuous rains have caused severe flooding and landslide in some areas of throughout the country leaving people most vulnerable.  
TS-2013-000015-SLB Tsunami Solomon Islands An earthquake of magnitude 8M and depth 28.7km occurred on 06/02/2013 01:12 UTC, affecting about 17000 people within 100km. The earthquake caused a tsunami with a maximum wave height of 2.0m (calculated) in Nemboe, Solomon Islands. This estimated arrival time is 06 Feb 2013 01:14 UTC. 
TC-2013-000014-AUS Tropical Cyclone Australia Tropical Cyclone Oswald crossed the north-east coast of Australia on 21 January 2013, dumping torrential rain on coastal areas of Queensland. The storm moved south during the weekend of 26-28 January, and it brought widespread heavy rain and localized flash flooding to north New South Wales. Flooding in areas of Queensland are the worst the state has ever experienced, devastating thousands of people and claiming six lives.  
FL-2013-000013-BWA Flood Botswana Flooding due to extremely heavy rains has affected the North-East and Central districts of Botswana since mid-January 2013. In Dukwi Refugee Camp, around 120 shelters housing 325 refugees were damaged by high waters. Sewage systems in the camp were also affected.  
FL-2013-000012-SYC Flood Seychelles Seychelles, hit by a series of rare floods and landslides, declared a state of emergency on 28 Jan 2013 and appealed for international aid through the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the UN Resident Coordinator's Office. Although only three districts on the main island of Mahe have been affected, with 106 people displaced to temporary shelters and 50 houses destroyed, response capacity is very limited. 
FL-2013-000011-ZWE Flood Zimbabwe Heavy rains starting on 7 Jan 2013 have affected an estimated 4,475 people across Zimbabwe whose houses have either been submerged in water or destroyed. The heavy downpours have also caused major damage to agricultural lands, destroying maize crops (the main staple), as well as disrupting public services such as road transportation and education. The main provinces requiring humanitarian response are in Matebeleland South, Matebeleland North, Manicaland, Mashonaland Central, Masvingo and Midlands. 
CW-2013-000010-BLR Cold Wave Belarus Freezing weather has already killed 4 persons in Belarus over the past few days and temperatures are set to drop even further according to weather forecasts. 
EP-2013-000009-GHA Epidemic Ghana 21 January 2013, the Ghana health service declared a cholera outbreak in the Ashanti region. The most affected area in the region included the Obuasi Municipality in the Obuasi District and Ejura Municipality in the Ejura/Sekyedumase District. As of 21 January, 18 persons have died and over 250 persons are currently being cared for at the hospitals. 310 cases are currently registered. The majority of the infected persons are women (200 persons) and a high number of children (53 persons) have been infected.  
FL-2013-000008-MOZ Flood Mozambique On 12 Jan 2013, the Mozambique authorities declared an orange alert due to heavy rains that lasted for more than a week. Small-scale flooding resulted in nine deaths and affected a total of 18,699 people throughout the country. 1,889 houses were destroyed, 985 damaged and 679 inundated. Nine temporary accommodations centers were set up around Maputo city to provide shelter to about 5,492 people. 
FR-2013-000007-BEN Fire Benin On the 6th of January, a fire outbreak in the village of Alloya resulted in that almost 3,000 persons were displaced, with the families currently being in a very vulnerable situation without any shelter. 
FL-2013-000006-IDN Flood Indonesia Floodwaters have inundated 52 subdistricts in Jakarta since Tuesday, claiming one life and displacing some 6,000 residents 
CW-2013-000005-JPN Cold Wave Japan Heavy snowfall in eastern Japan has brought disruption to road, rail and air transport and caused injuries to nearly 900 people. 
FL-2013-000004-KEN Flood Kenya The enhanced rains started in December 2012 and as per the current KMET forecasts the situation will continue till mid-January 2013. In Rift Valley the affected areas of Keiyo South and Pokot South districts are on the slopes with little vegetation cover. Nyando District within Nyanza province is located in the low lying Kano plains which receive flood water from the highlands of Rift Valley. The level of resilience of the residents in these affected locations has been weakened by the recent enhanced volume of precipitation within the country. A total of 2,156 households were affected with 939 households in Nyanza and 1,217 Households in Rift Valley. A total of 13 people have so far died, 765 displaced and 5 people still missing as a result of the disaster.  
FR-2013-000003-SLE Fire Sierra Leone Sierra Leone is experiencing the Harmatten wind, (December to March) which is a dry dusty wind blowing across the Sahara desert right through costal West African countries, causing bush fires which leads to the burning of huge farmlands, villages and other environmental entities. Bompilia village in Bonthe district and Dandabu village in Pujehun district lost all 45 houses in the two communities excluding a mosque and 10 fishing bands. Other subsistence resources like fishing nets and accessories were all burnt. This has rendered the residents in the two communities homeless and deprived of basic leaving standards.  
FL-2013-000002-PSE Flood Palestine (West Bank, Gaza) The announced intensive rain and snow storms that started on January 7th and are still striking large parts of the OPT have generated floods in several parts of the country. Until now, two persons were killed by the floods and some 130 families have been evacuated from their houses. The rains were the largest in decades, according to meteorologists.  
CW-2013-000001-BGD Cold Wave Bangladesh Cold wave has strucked the northern districts of the sub-Himalayan regions of Bangladesh claiming more than 72 lives as per the assessment data of BDRCS and local administration, mostly children due to hypothermia. According to Disaster Management Information Centre on 26 December 2012, around 22 districts have been affected by the cold wave, notably the districts of Panchagarh, Thakurgaon, Dinajpur, Nilphamary, Lalmonirhat, Rangpur, Kurigram, Gaibandha, Bogra, Joypurhat, Naogaon, Nawabganj, Rajshahi, Natore, Sirajganj, Pabna, Mymensing in the north, Moulvibazar in the east and certain districts in the south namely Kushtia, Jessore, Faridpur and Madaripur. 
ST-2012-000220-USA SEVERE LOCAL STORM United States Severe storms over the southern plains, midwest and northeastern states brought 27 confirmed tornadoes along with straight-line winds and hail causing more than $2 billion worth of damage. 
ST-2012-000219-USA SEVERE LOCAL STORM United States Severe storms brought hail, wind and flood damage to several states in the rockies and southwest region of the United States.  
ST-2012-000218-USA SEVERE LOCAL STORM United States A strong derecho event over the central, eastern and northeastern states caused high winds and damaging thunderstorms.  
ST-2012-000217-USA SEVERE LOCAL STORM United States Severe weather hit the Midwest and Ohio Valley with 38 confirmed tornadoes and substantial hail damage.  
TO-2012-000216-USA Tornadoes United States An outbreak of severe weather hit Northern Texas, especially the Dallas/Ft. Worth area with a confirmed 22 tornadoes.  
DR-2012-000215-USA Drought United States Moderate to extreme drought conditions affected over half the U.S. and caused substantial damage to crops especially to the central agricultural states.  
TO-2012-000214-USA Tornadoes United States An outbreak of tornadoes and severe weather hit the Midwest on April 13th and lasted a couple of days. There was one deadly tornado that hit Woodward, Oklahoma killing six people.  
TO-2012-000213-USA Tornadoes United States An outbreak of tornadoes and severe weather impacted the Southeastern United States and Ohio Valley. There were 75 confirmed tornadoes causing over $3 billion worth of damage and killing more than 40 people.  
EP-2012-000212-PER Epidemic Peru By 26 November 2012, Peruvian health authorities reported 20,106 cases of dengue in the country as of week 45, most of these having occurred in the eastern region of Peru, with Ucayali being the most affected department with 3,010 cases and eleven deaths reported in October and November. 
EP-2012-000211-PAK Epidemic Pakistan Low measles vaccination coverage continues to threaten the lives of thousands of children in Pakistan, especially in Punjab and Sindh provinces, where 54 per cent of 8,844 children assessed between January 2012 and mid-May 2013 were not vaccinated against the disease. Only 8 per cent of the children received the recommended two doses of the measles vaccine. Many of the unvaccinated children assessed by humanitarian partners developed post-measles complications, leading to 25,859 cases and 570 deaths attributed to measles between January 2012 and mid-May 2013. The number of measles cases and deaths so far reported in 2013 are much higher compared to the same period in previous years. 
FL-2012-000210-MWI Flood Malawi From mid December 2012, Malawi has been receiving heavy rains associated with heavy storms in many parts of the country which has led to, flash floods, and destruction of infrastructure like roads, houses, school blocks and gardens. The Southern Region of Malawi is the most affected but Districts of Mangochi, Phalombe and Nsanje are the worst hit. The total number of households affected throughout Malawi is 12,877, according to the Department of Disaster Management Affairs. 4 deaths have been recorded.  
CW-2012-000209-KGZ Cold Wave Kyrgyzstan On December 18, 2012 a status of emergency situation was claimed in Bishkek city. Since December 2012 due to the extreme winter conditions 16 people were died and 50 were injured. 
CW-2012-000208-RUS Cold Wave Russia Freezing weather in eastern Europe has claimed at least 220 lives this month, most of them in the former USSR. 
CW-2012-000207-IND Cold Wave India Even as severe coldwave and foggy conditions led to drop in minimum temperatures to almost freezing level at several places in the state on Wednesday the chill claimed 15 more lives during the past 24 hours, taking the death toll this winter to 107. 
TC-2012-000206-PHL Tropical Cyclone Philippines Tropical Storm Wukong (Quinta) made landfall over Leyte in the Eastern Visayas region of the Philippines on 26 Dec 2012 and subsequently weakened to a tropical depression. As of 31 Dec, 20 deaths were reported and over 240,000 people were affected. Almost 58,000 people were served in 60 evacuation centers. 3,500 houses were damaged and 1,500 were destroyed. 
FL-2012-000205-LKA Flood Sri Lanka Heavy rains have battered Sri Lanka since the middle of December 2012, causing floods and landslides, which killed 36 people and affected over 300,000. 
CW-2012-000204-KAZ Cold Wave Kazakhstan Freezing temperatures reaching minus 40 to 46 degrees Celsius have hit Kazakhstan since 17 December 2012. A cold spell covered the northern, eastern and central parts of the country. According to the weather forecasts, the frost will ease and the temperature will rise by 5-10 degrees by the end of the week. However, a second cold spell is expected soon after that, with a cold cyclone reaching the same parts of the country in January and February, according to the national meteorological agency, Kazgidromet. Over 5,000 people in these areas were affected by severe frosts and the resulting hot-water pipe and electricity systems breakdowns and heating interruptions. This number includes stranded truck drivers, residents who were affected by the power and heating supply cuts as well as the homeless and street children exposed to the cold. 
FF-2012-000203-COG Flash Flood Congo, Republic After the flooding in the city of Pointe-Noire during November 2012, torrential rains hit Brazzaville - the capital of the Republic of Congo during the 8 and 9 December 2012, leaving casualties and extensive material damage in its wake. According to the rapid assessment conducted by Congolese Red Cross (CRC) volunteers, there have been 14 fatalities, dozens of injured, and several persons missing. As for material damage, more than a thousand houses have been completely or partially destroyed, leaving about 1,500 families (around 7,500 persons) homeless 
FL-2012-000202-BRN Flood Brunei Darussalam Bandar Seri Begawan - Several low-lying areas in the Brunei-Muara District came under the attention of several key government agencies yesterday following heavy rains Monday night that inundated dozens of homes, some with waist-high flood water and triggered landslides that have become major causes for concern. A Press statement issued by the Public Works Department (PWD) said among the affected areas were Kg Lugu, Kg Katimahar, Ban areas in Kg Mulaut, Kg Jangsak, Kg Pawas, Kg Rimba as well as Kg Lumapas, which was the hardest hit. 
TC-2012-000201-WSM Tropical Cyclone Samoa Tropical Cyclone Evan is expected to turn back from Samoa and pass over northern Tonga before heading straight for Fiji, possibly as a Category 3 cyclone.  
FL-2012-000200-BFA Flood Burkina Faso Through June to August, heavy rains affected most of Burkina Faso, flooding many villages in the central and north eastern regions with the Sahel region particularly affected. The floods affected a total of 47,671 people over several regions with 33 wounded and 18 people killed. 
DR-2012-000199-MDA Drought Moldova In 2012 Moldova suffered one of the most severe droughts in the recent history causing huge reductions in yields and crop failure. Maize yields declined by 59% and sunflower yields declined by 53% compared to the multiannual average. While no shortfalls in food availability are envisaged, there could be serious problems in economic access to the food for the poorest members of Moldovan society, as due to the demands the prices of food available in the market has been increased. Although at the aggregated national level, the impact of the 2012 drought seems to be less severe than the previous drought of 2007, in the South region of Moldova and in some parts of the Centre region, the impact of the 2012 drought appears to be more intense. The Southern region as the most affected one registered the most severe drops in production in the country, in particular for the maize and sunflower crops. Similar impacts are expected for the Transnistria region. According to the Minister of Economy, Moldova might lose over 1.5% of economic growth this year due to the drought effects.  
FL-2012-000198-PAN Flood Panama Severe rains have affected the Colon and Panama Provinces in Panama causing floods, landslides, disruption of economic activities and access to communities. Initial reports by the government indicate that at least 5,118 persons have been directly affected, although more isolated communities have not been reach yet and current figures are likely to increase. Given the situation, on 25 November the Panamanian government declared state of emergency for the regions of La Chorrera, Capira (Panama West) and Colon. 
TC-2012-000197-FSM Tropical Cyclone Micronesia, Federated States On 27 November, Tropical Storm Bopha developed southwest of Pohnpei and southeast of Chuuk in the Federated States of Micronesia (FSM), intensifying overnight with a current maximum wind speed of 40 knots near its centre, and has moved westwards as expected. It is currently a weak Category 1, and tropical storm warning remains in effect for the following locations in the FSM: Pohnpei state (Nukuoro); Chuuk state (Puluqat, Likunor, Losap, Chuuk Lagoon Islands); and Yap state (Satawal). The tropical storm is expected to worsen over the weekend with the likelihood of it developing into a Category 4 tropical cyclone, effecting greater risks in Palau and Yap state of FSM. 
TC-2012-000197-PHL Tropical Cyclone Philippines Tropical typhoon Pablo (Bopha)has slightly weakened after landfall. 
FF-2012-000196-COG Flash Flood Congo, Republic On the night of 17 to 18 November, 2012, heavy rains hit Pointe Noire, the second largest city in the Republic of Congo, causing severe flooding of unprecedented magnitude in about ten years. To date, Congolese Red Cross (CRC) volunteers have identified 405 homeless families.  
EP-2012-000195-UGA Epidemic Uganda The Ministry of Health and World Health Organization (WHO) have confirmed the outbreak of Ebola hemorrhagic fever in Luwero District after test from Uganda Virus Research Institute came positive for Ebola Sudan on two samples collected by PCR and serology. A total of four people have since died, out of which, two were from one family. This is the second Ebola outbreak in Uganda in three months. The first case involved a driver of a Boda Boda ? (motorcycle taxis common in Uganda) - who died on 25 October 2012.  
CE-2012-000194-ISR Complex Emergency Israel Since 14th November 2012, a major escalation in the security situation surrounding Gaza strip has happened and is still going on. The situation is currently deteriorating into an active armed conflict. Rockets and missiles are being fired constantly on Israeli towns in the area surrounding Gaza strip, up to 40km form Gaza Area. Rockets have been also fired to the range of up to 80km ? targeting Jerusalem and the larger Tel Aviv Area. A state of emergency has been declared by the government in the area ? 40km from the Gaza strip. All public gatherings are suspended, schools and universities are closed. Non-essential working places are also closed. As of November 20th 15:00 a total of 771 rockets were registered falling on Israeli territory. The situation is still worsening as rocket attacks continue and the number of injured and affected people is increasing. The crisis affected the population in the following areas: ? In the 7km range: the total number of people affected is 110,000 ? the population is ordered to stay in shelters and not to leave their homes (staying in shelters constantly since November 14th). ? In the range of 7-40km: 880,000 people are ordered to stay in the distance of 15 seconds from the shelter. ? In the range of 40-80km: 3,500,000 inhabitants. No restrictions were introduced on daily activities, but the population is advised to maintain a high level of alert, and to be ready to take shelter in case of a missile attack.  
CE-2012-000194-PSE Complex Emergency Palestine (West Bank, Gaza) Five days after the beginning of the military activities, the present humanitarian crisis in Gaza has already resulted into 41 dead and 379 injured . More than 800 airstrikes were launched in a series of air attacks that have been pounding incessantly the tiny Gaza strip and hundreds of rockets were launched from Gaza towards Israel. Israeli ground forces have massed at the border wall between Israel and Gaza and Israeli sources announced that all military options remain open.  
OT-2012-000193-TZA Other Tanzania Since 2002, over 515,000 Burundians have voluntary returned home. More than 94,000 Burundians are still refugees in the neighboring countries, including in Tanzania. In 2011, the Government of Tanzania decided to close Mtabila Camp and subsequently, to repatriate by force if necessary, the refugees by the end of 2012. As a result a cessation clause has been invoked for 37,592 of them who therefore, no longer enjoy the official refugee status as of 1 August 2012. On 8 October 2012, the Governments of Burundi and Tanzania, UNHCR, partners and donors met and agreed to repatriate those ?former? Burundian refugees, some 35,000. 
FL-2012-000192-COD Flood Congo Democratic Republic At the end of September 2012, torrential rains caused flooding in the town of Gbadolite in Equateur province. Three people were killed, 300 houses destroyed and 327 households affected. Torrential rains and subsequent flooding affected over 2,200 people in Dungu in Haut-Uele district, Province Orientale, at the end of October. 
FL-2012-000191-HTI Flood Haiti Heavy rains in the night of 8-9 Nov 2012 in the Nord, Nord-est, Nord-ouest and Nippes departments of Haiti resulted in flooding, damage to homes and 10 deaths in Cap Haitien. More than 1,500 people were housed in 14 shelters. 
EQ-2012-000190-MMR Earthquake Myanmar A powerful earthquake measuring 6.8 magnitude struck the Sagaing region in Myanmar on Sunday, 11 Nov at 7.42am local time. The epicentre of the earthquake is believed to lie approximately 45 miles north of Shwe Bo township. The tremor was also felt in Mandalay region and Kachin state. Aftershocks were felt within the first hour of the earthquake. The most affected townships are Mogok, Sintku, Thabaikkyin, and Kyaukse in Mandalay region, and Shwe Bo, Kyauk Myaung and Sagaing township in Sagaing region. According to information received from Myanmar Red Cross Society local branches and government sources, 26 people died, 231 are injured and 12 are missing 
FF-2012-000189-IDN Flash Flood Indonesia At least 11 people were killed and seven missing after a flash flood triggered by heavy rains hit a village on Indonesia's Sulawesi island. 
EQ-2012-000188-GTM Earthquake Guatemala A 7.4-magnitude earthquake struck off the Pacific coast of Guatemala on 07 Nov 2012, killing at least 39 people, injuring another 155 and destroying scores of homes. 100 people may be missing in the disaster. According to the government 17,000 people have been affected. 
EP-2012-000187-BDI Epidemic Burundi Since 30 September 2012, the first cases have been reported in Bujumbura Town and Bujumbura Rural. After 3 days, the National Laboratory confirmed the cholera outbreak and the Minister of Health declared it a disaster in the country. The Burundi Red Cross Society in coordination with other partners involved in health emergencies operations carried out an assessment, where cholera outbreak cases were reported. A total of 3 provinces were affected. They included Makamba in Nyanza-Lac, Bujumbura Town and Bujumbura Rural. In addition, 4 suspected cases were reported in Bururi Province. The most immediate needs identified include safe drinking water, hygiene kit and disinfection of the areas where the cholera cases originated.  
EP-2012-000186-BEN Epidemic Benin Since Tuesday, october 23th, 2012, a cholera epidemic in southwestern Benin. Suspected cases were reported in the municipality of com?. The samples were confirmed at the departmental level and 5 samples sent to the National Laboratory have been confirmed. The Minister of Health declared the cholera epidemic at the Zone 25 October 2012: 17 cases registered, 0 deaths. 29 October 2012: 32 cases registered with 0 deaths. (+15 new cases) 30 octobre 2012: 38 cases registered (+6 new cases) New cases added every day  
TC-2012-000185-IND Tropical Cyclone India Seven people were killed when Cyclone Nilam struck the south-eastern coast with winds of up to 100km/h (60mph). 
TC-2012-000185-LKA Tropical Cyclone Sri Lanka The affect of Nilam cyclone caused heavy rain and high winds in many part of the country since 29th October 2012. About 70 houses were damaged. 
EP-2012-000184-SDN Epidemic Sudan On 29 Oct 2012, Sudan's Federal Ministry of Health notified the World Health Organization of a yellow fever outbreak in seven localities in Central and South Darfur. As of 31 Oct, a total of 98 suspected cases, including 42 deaths, have been reported from the districts of Zalingei, Nertity, Wadisalih, Azoom, Nyala, Mershing, and Kass. The majority - 82.6 per cent - of the reported cases are from Central Darfur. 
FL-2012-000183-COL Flood Colombia In October 2012, about 2,000 families were affected by floods, landslides, avalanches in the year's second rainy season. The most affected departments are Bolivar (1,500 families), Cordoba (350 families), North of Santander, Huila and Atlantico. More than 1,600 houses were damaged, 22 houses destroyed and 10 people have died. 
EP-2012-000182-UGA Epidemic Uganda On 19 Oct 2012, the Uganda Ministry of Health declared an outbreak of Marburg haemorrhagic fever. As of 29 Oct, a total of 19 cases and nine deaths had been reported from five districts: Kabale district, in south-western Uganda, Kampala (the capital city), Ibanda, Mbarara and Kabarole. The case fatality rate is 47.4%. 
TC-2012-000181-VNM Tropical Cyclone Viet Nam Typhoon Son-Tinh made landfall in mainland Vietnam on 28 October 2012. The typhoon affected the provinces of Ninh Binh, Nam Dinh, Thai Binh, Hai Phong and Quang Ninh, with rainfall up to 180mm. Initial damage reported by the Central Committee for Flood and Storm Control (CCFSC) at 17h00 on 29 October include 3 deaths, 13 injured and up to 23,916 hectares of rice and other crops destroyed. 
TC-2012-000180-CUB Tropical Cyclone Cuba During its passage through Cuba, Sandy left significant damages behind, particularly in the city of Santiago de Cuba which is not usually in the direct path of Caribbean hurricanes, and the city sustained the strongest winds as it was exposed to the eastern and stronger side of the hurricane. In addition to the strong winds, the coast was also affected by storm surges. In Siboney, some 14 kilometres from Santiago city, the waves were some 10 metres above the coastal barrier, with the ocean reaching some 35 metres inland.  
TC-2012-000180-HTI Tropical Cyclone Haiti The eye of Hurricane Sandy made landfall near Kingston on Jamaica on 24 Oct 2012 and struck Cuba the next day. By 26 Oct, 38 people had been killed across the Caribbean: 26 in Haiti, 11 in Cuba and one in Jamaica. 
TC-2012-000180-JAM Tropical Cyclone Jamaica Hurricane Sandy reached 24 October 2012 Jamaica as category 1 hurricane, making a landfall over southeastern Jamaica around 19:00UTC (2pm local time) with 129k/h winds with severe torrential rains hitting the country. Hurricane caused one fatality and fallen branches and metal parts wounded some people. Several roads were blocked by fallen trees which caused inaccessibility to many communities but clearing of roads were done and many roads are again becoming functionable. Fallen trees have caused cutting of electric wires causing electricity cuts in many communities (i.e. capital Kingston area, St. Thomas, St. Mary and Portland parishes). Due to electricity cuts, northeaster-eastern part of the country has many communities without water and they are either using their water tank reserves or getting water from the rivers. Airports were closed for one day but both Montego Bay airport and Sangsters International Airport are now open. 
TC-2012-000180-USA Tropical Cyclone United States Hurricane Sandy made landfall in the United States in late October after leaving significant damage behind in the Caribbean. It passed a few hundred miles southeast of North Carolina and then made landfall near Brigantine, New Jersey. It caused extensive damage to many northeastern states, particularly New York and New Jersey. 
TC-2012-000179-CHN Tropical Cyclone China, People's Republic Typhoon Son-Tinh has left one person dead and another five missing in China 
TC-2012-000179-PHL Tropical Cyclone Philippines Tropical Storm Son-Tinh hit the Philippines, leaving five dead and nine missing.  
DR-2012-000178-GTM Drought Guatemala Rainfall deficits in July 2012 affected basic grain crops in numerous departments of the eastern and central regions of Guatemala, as well as in some departments of the western region. The lack of rain, combined with the presence of crop pests and diseases, led to the loss of maize and bean crops in these areas, ranging from 69 to 97 per cent, with departments in Chiquimula recording the greatest losses. By 22 Aug, almost 40,000 families were affected by the drought and the government launched an action plan to mitigate the effects. 
DR-2012-000177-LKA Drought Sri Lanka According to the Government of Sri Lanka, drought is affecting an estimated 1.8 million in Sri Lanka 
ST-2012-000176-BGD SEVERE LOCAL STORM Bangladesh Heavy tropical storm hit some remote islands of three different coastal district of Bangladesh on 2200 hours of 10th October 2012. The affected districts are Noakhali, Bhola and Chittagong. Bangladesh Red Crescent Society (BDRCS) local district units reports at least 28 people were killed and over 100 injured in the cyclonic storm that swept seven upazilas ( sub districts) of Noakhali, Bhola and Chittagong districts. Over 1,500 fishermen are still missing along with 200 trawlers/fishing boat in Meghna River.  
FL-2012-000175-GMB Flood Gambia Floods and windstorms had affected nearly 23,000 people in The Gambia as of 9 Sep 2012. Almost 20% of the affected population is displaced (3,857 people) while 10 people were reported to have died either through drowning or burial by collapsed structures. North Bank and Lower River regions were the worst affected, accounting for more than half of the affected population and deaths. 
FL-2012-000174-BEN Flood Benin The Niger River is out of bed at least a distance of over a kilometer destroying almost everything in its path and causing enormous damage. Waters reached the Benin. The municipalities of Karimama and Malanville are most affected in northern Benin. the results of rapid assessment are as follows: ? Karimama; 7328 households with 36,640 people affected ? Malanville: 717 households with 7217 affected. Almost all the houses are built of flimsy materials and mud with a roof petrified. There are nearly 2,000 homes destroyed, forcing more than 2,000 households (10?000 people) to be displaced in host families and others to live on sites and in schools. The majority of the population consists of fishermen and farmers. The municipality of Bonou in the department of ou?m? we have 540 affected households for 3268 people affected with 305 homeless. In Zou (Central Region), Zagnanado, Ouinhi and Zogbodomey and are also affected. The provisional total is 8,585 households (47,125 people)  
FL-2012-000173-SOM Flood Somalia The central Somalian city of Belet Weyne and surrounding areas were flooded late at night between 27-28 Sep 2012 when extremely heavy rains caused the already swollen Shabelle River to overflow. The flooding killed 25 people and displaced 20,000. Over 5,000 livestock drowned. 
FL-2012-000172-MLI Flood Mali Following heavy rains in August 2012, flooding in Mali's southern regions of S?gou, Koulikoro, Sikasso, Kayes and Mopti killed five people and inundated homes and food crops. Over 2,800 houses collapsed and nearly 9,000 people have been made homeless. 
TC-2012-000171-JPN Tropical Cyclone Japan At least 50 people were injured and 271,400 households rendered without power after Typhoon Jelawat struck Okinawa island of Japan 
ST-2012-000170-PRY SEVERE LOCAL STORM Paraguay On the night of 18 September, a strong storm with winds between 120 and 140 Km/h, and gust as high as 180 Km/h, struck Paraguay. The winds affected departments from the south, ?eembucu and Itap?a, accompanied with strong precipitations and hailstorms, and causing severe damages in the municipality of Mariano Roque Alonso in Central department. 
FL-2012-000169-SEN Flood Senegal Since the beginning of the rainy season in July 2012, torrential rains have caused local flooding in several areas of Senegal, including St. Louis (North), Bambey (center) and Dakar. After heavy rains on 26 Aug, the Government launched an emergency plan. So far over 6,500 houses have been destroyed and more than 5,000 families have been displaced. The flooding has also contaminated 7,700 drinking water sources. 
FF-2012-000168-MNE Flash Flood Montenegro Situation in the KONIK camp deteriorated due to heavy rain falls and storms of September 13th,which resulted in collapsing of five tents and severe flooding of all the remaining ones. 
FR-2012-000167-ECU Fire Ecuador Based on the information provided by the Risk Management National Secretariat (Secretaria Nacional de Gesti?n de Riesgo, SNGR), since the month of June 2,912 forest fires have affected different areas of Ecuador. The fires have left behind three deaths, several wounded, and 15,531 hectares of burnt land, of which 142 were of crops that have been lost completely while 30 hectares are of crops partially damaged, affecting the livelihoods of several families. On average, there have been around 26 fires per day. 
FF-2012-000166-IND Flash Flood India Flash flood killed 22 people, triggered a series of landslides and washed away nearly 30km of highway in north Sikkim amid torrential rain Friday evening.  
FL-2012-000165-THA Flood Thailand Thousands have fled their homes in Northern Thailand after heavy rain caused a major river to overflow at the start of the month, sending up to a metre of water into some towns.  
FL-2012-000164-CAF Flood Central African Republic Since late August and early September 2012, the towns of Paoua, Bangui-Bouchia (Mba?ki), the 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th and 8th districts of Bangui, and Begoua have been experiencing a series of torrential rains accompanied by violent winds 
TC-2012-000163-JPN Tropical Cyclone Japan Powerful typhoon Sanba left at least one man dead, four injured and another missing Sunday while cutting electricity to more than 110,000 households in Okinawa and Kyushu, Japan. 
EQ-2012-000162-CHN Earthquake China, People's Republic Multiple earthquakes, with the strongest two measuring 5.7 and 5.6 on the Richter scale, struck a mountainous rural region in southwest China on Friday, killing at least 50 people and injuring more than 160 others. 
FL-2012-000161-VNM Flood Viet Nam Torrential rains since Monday in coastal areas have killed at least six people and left three others missing, the Central Steering Committee for Flood and Storm Control reported this morning. Rains and floods have inundated more than 1,200 houses, 10,500 hectares of crops and swept away 11 bridges in the province, said local authorities. Landslides have also damaged most of the province's major traffic routes, isolating its mountainous areas. 
EQ-2012-000160-CRI Earthquake Costa Rica On the morning of 5 September 2012, an earthquake with magnitude 7.6 on the Richter scale struck Costa Rica off the coast of Nicoya Peninsula, with over 200 small aftershocks felt on the following hours. First reports gathered by the National Commission of Risk Prevention and Emergency Response indicate that some 107 communities have some level of affectation, particularly in Guanacaste and Puntarenas.  
TC-2012-000159-PRK Tropical Cyclone Korea, Democratic People's Republic Typhoon Bolaven hit the Democratic People?s Republic of Korea on 28 Aug 2012, worsening the extensive flooding caused by successive torrential rains and tropical storms since July. Preliminary information released by the government indicate that as of 3 Sep, at least 59 persons are dead, 5,766 houses have been destroyed or damaged and 2192 houses are submerged. Up to 52,299 hectares of crop land were submerged, buried or washed away, aggravating the food situation in the country. 
EP-2012-000158-GIN Epidemic Guinea From 2 February to 19 August 2012, Guinea recorded 4,102 cases of cholera with 93 deaths which represents a fatality rate of 2.3%. The main affected areas are the regions of Forecariah and Conakry, which has 2,729 and 313 cases respectively 
FL-2012-000157-CMR Flood Cameroon Authorities in northern Cameroon voiced fears of a humanitarian emergency, as flood waters swept through the far northern part of the country, forcing hundreds from their homes.  
OT-2012-000156-MWI Other Malawi Based on the results of its post-harvest food security assessment, the Malawi Vulnerability Assessment Committee projected that in the April 2012 to March 2013 consumption period, 1,63 million people in 15 mainly southern districts will be unable to adequately access food in order to meet their basic needs. Southern Malawi has faced several consecutive years of poor harvests as a result of weather-related shocks, especially dry spells. In addition, the devaluation and depreciation of the local currency in May 2012 has significantly lowered consumer purchasing power as prices of basic commodities and staple food continue to rise. On 14 Aug 2012, the Government of Malawi sent a final food security response plan with an appeal of $89 million to the UN Resident Coordinator. 
OT-2012-000155-LSO Other Lesotho In 2012, the combined production of cereals in Lesotho was the lowest in 10 years, representing only 32% of the average annual harvest. Food price and other cost of living increases are intensifying the impact of the poor harvest. Preliminary Lesotho Vulnerability Assessment Committee (LVAC) results indicated that 725,000 people were food insecure. The government declared a food crisis situation on 9 Aug 2012 and called on development partners to assist. 
OT-2012-000154-COD Other Congo Democratic Republic The villages of Pandu and Guele in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) are experiencing a population influx from the villages of Gbasiki and Gbazamba in the Central African Republic (CAR). These populations, estimated at about 1,727 people, are fleeing due to unrest since June 2012, crossing the Ubangi River and seeking refuge in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). 
FL-2012-000153-IDN Flood Indonesia Flash flood in Parigi Moutong, Central Sulawesi Province, Indonesia started from last saturday 25 August till now caused 3 casualties and many houses were washed away. 
TC-2012-000152-DOM Tropical Cyclone Dominican Republic The effects of Tropical Storm Isaac were felt since 23 August as it approached the island of La Hispaniola, although the storm's centre passed over Haiti's southwest peninsula in the early morning of Saturday 25 August, approximately 80 kilometres west of Port-au-Prince. On 29 August, 5,029 homes were reported as flooded, 280 had partial damages, and 55 were destroyed or severely affected.  
TC-2012-000152-HTI Tropical Cyclone Haiti Tropical Storm Isaac hit Haiti on 25 Aug 2012, killing at least 19 people. 15,000 people had to be evacuated and 335 homes were destroyed. 
TC-2012-000152-USA Tropical Cyclone United States Tropical Storm Isaac became a category 1 hurricane shortly before making landfall in southeastern Louisiana. Large storm surge and flooding rains caused over $3 billion worth of damage across Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama and Florida.  
FL-2012-000151-TCD Flood Chad Heavy rains in early August 2012 caused flooding in many parts of the country. In the Rig Rig district in the Kanem region, buildings, food stocks, and crops were damaged and 220 houses were destroyed. Around 3,000 people were in need of shelter. In the Sila region, more than 13,000 households were affected, and the flood blocked major humanitarian supply routes. In Guera, about 850 people were in need of emergency support. Floods were also reported in many areas of N?djamena, the capital. 
FL-2012-000150-SDN Flood Sudan Sudan has experienced enhanced rainfall as projected by Sudan Meteorological Authority (SMA) and ICPAC forecast in June 2012. The amount of rainfall that have been received since the beginning of the rain season is highest ever recorded in the last six years. The rains, which started in second week of July with increasing intensity, are expected to continue until September 2012. Flooding has so far displaced approximately 154,074 people in all the states of Sudan; 
FR-2012-000149-KAZ Fire Kazakhstan According to the press service of the Ministry of Emergency Situations, on preliminary data, August 22 at 22:35 on the hillside "Mohnatka" in quarter number 13 burned herbage, shrubs and trees. Fire covered 18 hectares as of 09.50 Astana time (03:50 GMT). There was evacuated more than 500 people. 
FF-2012-000148-PAK Flash Flood Pakistan Flash floods and landslides triggered by heavy rain have killed at least 26 people and destroyed hundreds of houses in northern Pakistan. 
TC-2012-000147-LAO Tropical Cyclone Lao People's Democratic Republic On 7-10/08/2012, VICENTE Tropical Storm caused heavy rain falls and strong wind, which resulted in flood in Loungphabang Province based on the preliminary provincial report, 3 district 22 villages , 681 families,3,477 people affected, Damaged Agriculture areas 379,21 hectare, estimate damages cost 7,589.12 USD  
FF-2012-000146-LAO Flash Flood Lao People's Democratic Republic On 31/07/-01/08/2012 heavy rain occurred Flash Flash in Pakading District Bolikhamxay Province, Center of Lao PDR. Caused 16 Villages 1,451 families, 8114 people were affected, Rice areas Damaged 1,028.46 ha ( Provincial Reported)  
EP-2012-000145-SLV Epidemic El Salvador On 17 August, the General Directorate of Civil Protection declared a National Dengue Alert in El Salvador. By the epidemiological week 33 of 2012, El Salvador had 20,068 suspected cases registered, of which 5,390 were confirmed and 292 cases were grave, figures significantly higher than those of the previous year.  
EQ-2012-000144-IDN Earthquake Indonesia A 6.3-magnitude earthquake shook the eastern Indonesian island of Sulawesi on August 18th, killing six people and damaging 1,097 houses. 
EP-2012-000143-COD Epidemic Congo Democratic Republic On 17 Aug 2012, the Ministry of Health of the Democratic Republic of Congo notified the World Health Organization of an outbreak of Ebola Haemorrhagic fever in the Isiro and Dungu Health Zones of Province Orientale in the eastern part of the country. A total of 10 suspected cases (9 in Isiro and 1 in Dungu) and 6 deaths (5 deaths in Isiro and 1 in Dungu) have been reported. 
TC-2012-000142-CHN Tropical Cyclone China, People's Republic Typhoon Kai-Tak left two people dead, two missing and forced 530,000 people to be relocated in South China. 
TC-2012-000142-PHL Tropical Cyclone Philippines Tropical Storm Kai-Tak (Helen) made landfall in Isabela province on the northeastern coast of the Philippines on 15 Aug 2012, bringing heavy rains that caused flash floods and flooding. Seven people died and more than 86,700 people were affected. About 10,650 people took shelter in 77 evacuation centres.  
TC-2012-000142-VNM Tropical Cyclone Viet Nam At least four people died as Typhoon Kai-Tak barrelled across northern Vietnam bringing high winds and floods to several areas including the capital Hanoi. 
FL-2012-000141-NER Flood Niger Heavy rains have caused flooding in various parts of the country since the end of July 2012 as part of the rainy season. 80,000 people have been affected, most of them in the Dosso region in the Southwest. 
FL-2012-000140-MMR Flood Myanmar Heavy rain as part of the monsoon season caused flooding in many parts of Myanmar starting in the beginning of August 2012. Up to 6,000 people were left homeless after the Salween River in Karen State flooded. The Moei River along the Thai border also burst its banks following days of heavy rain. In the Irrawaddy region, the Darka River overflowed its bank, affecting 12,000 people. 
FL-2012-000139-JPN Flood Japan At least one person was killed and two went missing as torrential rainfall struck several prefectures of the western Japanese region of Kansai which saw hourly rainfall of about 100 mm 
FL-2012-000138-NGA Flood Nigeria Heavy rainfall in central Nigeria on 22 Jul 2012 forced a dam to overflow, causing flooding that left 39 people dead and destroyed or damaged some 200 homes in Jos. 
TC-2012-000137-MEX Tropical Cyclone Mexico Tropical Storm Ernesto killed 12 people in Mexico. Authorities in the state of Veracruz report 10,000 families affected in 57 municipalities. Mudslides damaged 11 bridges and destroyed or partially destroyed 20 sections of highway. The state government requested a declaration of emergency for 163 municipalities for affectation to corn, bean and chayote crops. 
EQ-2012-000136-IRN Earthquake Iran, Islamic Republic Up to 50 people were killed and 400 injured as two strong earthquakes jolted northwest Iran on Saturday, the head of the country's emergency services told ISNA news agency. 
OT-2012-000135-IRQ Other Iraq Since the beginning of 2011, clashes between the government and armed opposition groups has caused mass displacement within Syria and into its neighbouring countries. By the end of July, over 123,480 people had fled Syria, into Jordan, Turkey, Lebanon and Iraq and were registered with UNHCR, with over half of these being children. 
OT-2012-000135-JOR Other Jordan Since the beginning of 2011, clashes between the government and armed opposition groups has caused mass displacement within Syria and into its neighbouring countries. By the end of July, over 123,480 people had fled Syria, into Jordan, Turkey, Lebanon and Iraq and were registered with UNHCR, with over half of these being children.  
OT-2012-000135-LBN Other Lebanon Since the beginning of 2011, clashes between the government and armed opposition groups has caused mass displacement within Syria and into its neighbouring countries. By the end of July, over 123,480 people had fled Syria, into Jordan, Turkey, Lebanon and Iraq and were registered with UNHCR, with over half of these being children.  
TC-2012-000134-CHN Tropical Cyclone China, People's Republic Typhoon Haikui, which made landfall in Zhejiang on 08 Aug 2012, has brought heavy downpours to east China and killed three people there. In neighboring Anhui province, the typhoon has left one person dead and forced 26,000 others to be evacuated. In Zhejiang province, the typhoon has affected more than 4.03 million people and caused economic losses of more than 10 billion yuan (1.57 billion U.S. dollars), the provincial flood control and drought relief headquarters said, adding that the typhoon has also destroyed 4,452 houses and damaged about 184,800 hectares of cropland. 
TC-2012-000133-BLZ Tropical Cyclone Belize On the morning of 7 August, Ernesto was located about 350 kilometres of Chetumal, Mexico and was moving towards the west at 22 kilometres per hour with sustained winds of 100 km/h and higher gusts. Later on the day, Ernesto became a hurricane category one with sustained winds of 130 km/h and higher gust. Current forecast track shows the storm making landfall near the Belize-M?xico border on late Tuesday night, with hurricane force winds extending outward for 35 kilometres from the centre, and tropical storm winds extending for 220 kilometres. 
FL-2012-000132-NPL Flood Nepal A total of 145 families were displaced and another estimated 2,200 households were affected in several wards of three VDCs (Sisniya, Sohanpur and Lalmatiya) in Dang District by a flash flood on 18 July. 
OT-2012-000131-TJK Other Tajikistan On 24 July 2012, Tajik government forces launched a special military operation in Khorugh city, the administrative centre of Badakhshan Autonomous Province in the east of the country. According to reports, an estimated 50% of the Khorugh population were relocated into the nearby villages and put up in Tem village, Porshnev, and Roshtqala districts. A ceasefire was announced on 25 July and since 26 July there have not been any reported exchanges of fire in Khorugh city. However, reports indicate that the atmosphere continues to be fragile and tense. 
FL-2012-000130-PHL Flood Philippines Torrential rains brought the Philippines capital to a standstill 7 August 2012, forcing at least 20,000 people to flee their homes as floodwaters covered half the sprawling city 
FL-2012-000129-SDN Flood Sudan Heavy rains in Darfur starting in late June 2012 triggered flooding, which killed eight people and displaced over 1,000. The flooding also damaged houses, schools, health facilities and other public buildings. Some 10,000 head of livestock were lost. In Abyei, heavy rains flooded most roads, restricting the movement of humanitarian organisations. 
FL-2012-000128-SSD Flood South Sudan Starting at the end of June 2012, heavy seasonal rains caused flooding in several parts of South Sudan. Many roads within Abyei were flooded, restricting the possible return of people displaced from the area and hampering the movement of humanitarian actors. In Upper Nile State, Jamam camp, home to 120,000 refugees from Sudan?s Blue Nile State, was flooded, prompting a relocation to a new site in Gendrassa. The rains also hampered assistance to about 7,000 people displaced by conflict in Northern Bahr el Ghazal. Furthermore, flooding caused displacement in Juba county, Unity State and Jonglei State. 
TC-2012-000127-CHN Tropical Cyclone China, People's Republic Typhoon Damrey made landfall near Xiangshui county in east China's Jiangsu Province on 2 Aug 2012. In northeastern province of Liaoning, nearly 1.46 million people were affected by heavy rains and floods. More than 10,000 houses collapsed and about 17,000 houses were damaged, forcing 138,000 people to evacuate. In neighboring Hebei province, about 2.33 million people were affected and 9,400 houses were destroyed by flooding.  
FL-2012-000126-CRI Flood Costa Rica During last week of July heavy rains increased the level of the rivers that Costa Rica shares with Panama In Costa Rica 10.000 people in 164 communities have been affected and more than 2.000 people have been sheltered. More than 1400 people have been sheltered in Panama. 
FL-2012-000126-PAN Flood Panama During last week of July 2012, heavy rains increased the water level of the rivers that Costa Rica shares with Panama - especially the Sixaola. The most affected provinces are Cartago and Lim?n in Costa Rica and Bocas del Toro in Panama. In Panama, more than 1,400 people were evacuated. 
TC-2012-000125-PHL Tropical Cyclone Philippines Tropical Storm Saola (Gener) turned into a typhoon on 30 Jul 2012. It did not strike the Philippines directly but exacerbated a low pressure area in the vicinity, bringing heavy rains to large parts of the country. As of 31 Jul, eight people were killed and over 8,400 took shelter in 43 evacuation centers. 
EP-2012-000124-UGA Epidemic Uganda An outbreak of Ebola haemorrhagic fever in Kibaale district in western Uganda has killed 14 people since the beginning of July 2012. 
FL-2012-000123-PRK Flood Korea, Democratic People's Republic Flooding across the country has killed 91 people and devastated swathes of farmland. A total of 134 people were injured and almost 163,000 people were left homeless by the floods, which started on July 18. 
TC-2012-000122-CHN Tropical Cyclone China, People's Republic Typhoon Vicente triggered rainstorms and had affected more than 400,000 people in south China's Guangxi Zhuang autonomous region. 
FL-2012-000121-CHN Flood China, People's Republic Rainstorms since the weekend have ravaged many parts of China, including the capital city of Beijing where the heaviest rain in 60 years caused 37 deaths. 
FF-2012-000120-GEO Flash Flood Georgia The southern and eastern parts of Georgia (Gurjaani, Lagodekhi and Telavi municipalities of Kakheti Region, Akhaltsikhe (incl. Vale town), Adigeni and Aspindza municipalities of the Samtskhe-Javakheti Region and Bulachauri village in Dusheti district of the Mtskheta-Mtianeti Region) were severely hit by rains, hail and storm on 19 July 2012. Over 1,200 families have been severely affected, roads were blocked, and further rains are predicted. Water has flooded houses, farmlands, orchards, and vineyards, and roads, power and communication lines have been disrupted.  
FL-2012-000119-PNG Flood Papua New Guinea At the start of July heavy rains in the Fly River area, near the PNG border with the Indonesian Province of Papua, caused floods which have let many without their homes, destroyed food crops, and has limited their access to clean water. 
FF-2012-000118-AFG Flash Flood Afghanistan On 8 Jul 2012, heavy rainfall hit Mihtarlam, Alishing, Qarghayi and Daulatshahi districts of Laghman province, causing severe damage to houses and crops. In Shergar village of Mihtarlam city 12 houses were destroyed and a large area of agricultural land was washed away. On the same day, a surprise downpour in Kabul led to severe flash flooding that devastated a densely populated area of the city?s west. 
FL-2012-000117-CHN Flood China, People's Republic A new round of rain storms starting in late June have killed at least 65 people with 30 others missing in 10 provinces affecting approximately 17.44 million people in Jiangsu, Anhui and Shandong provinces in the east, Hunan, Hubei, Jiangxi provinces in central China, Guangxi and Guangdong provinces in the south, Chongqing Municipality and Sichuan Province in southwest, and Shaanxi Province and Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region in northwest part of China. Latest reports state 1.17 million people have been evacuated. About 982,400 hectares of farmland have been affected by bad weather and about 66,000 houses have collapsed. 
EP-2012-000116-NER Epidemic Niger As of 24 Jun 2012, 2023 cases of cholera and 52 deaths have been registered, compared with 474 cases and 20 deaths in June 2011. The region of Tillab?ri (Tera, Tillab?ri, Kollo, Sai districts), which hosts refugees from Mali in several camps, is the most affected, with 2005 cases. The regions of Niamey, Dosso and Maradi have reported 18 cases including four deaths. 
FF-2012-000115-RUS Flash Flood Russia Severe flash floods in Russia's southern Krasnodar region killed at least 99 people and affected nearly 13,000 in the area's worst natural disaster in decades. 
FL-2012-000114-JPN Flood Japan Record rainfall continued to strike the southwest Japan on 4 July, causing mudslides and floods and prompting authorities to issue evacuation advisories for areas in Kyushu. 237 households in Fukuoka Prefecture had reported their houses were flooded. 
CW-2012-000113-PER Cold Wave Peru More than 3,000 people in the Peruvian Andes have been affected by the cold weather, mostly in the departments of Puno, Cusco, Arequipa, Ayacucho, Apurimac, Huancavelica and Junin. 
EQ-2012-000112-CHN Earthquake China, People's Republic More than 155,000 people had been affected after a 6.6-magnitude quake jolted northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region. The number of injured people climbed to 52 and 48,000 people had been evacuated. The quakes also tore down 7,500 houses and damaged another 64,000 houses. 
FL-2012-000111-CHN Flood China, People's Republic  
FL-2012-000110-IND Flood India At least 27 people have died and 900,000 others have been forced to leave their homes as monsoon rains have swamped wide areas of the northeastern Indian state of Assam since 23 Jun 2012. The government has deployed 15 teams of National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) personnel, who are carrying out rescue and relief operations. 
WF-2012-000109-USA Wild fire United States More than 32,000 people have fled Colorado's second-biggest city because of raging wildfires that have hit six other US states. 
FF-2012-000107-SLB Flash Flood Solomon Islands Flash floods and landslides affected parts of Makira Ulawa Province as a result of very heavy rain experienced in the Province over the weekend of 1-3 June 2012. 
FL-2012-000106-BGD Flood Bangladesh More than 50 people have been killed in landslides in southeast Bangladesh after three days of rains that triggered flash floods and severed transport links, officials said Wednesday. 
LS-2012-000105-UGA Land Slide Uganda 18 people were confirmed dead and nine injured by landslides that burried two villages of Namaaga and Bunakasala in Bumwalukani Sub County, Bududa District, on 25 Jun 2012. 
TC-2012-000104-MEX Tropical Cyclone Mexico About 12,000 families in the Coastal and South Sierra areas of Oaxaca were affected by Hurricane Carlotta. At least seven people died, 29,000 houses damaged and more than 81 municipalities were declared under a state of emergency. 
EQ-2012-000103-CHN Earthquake China, People's Republic At least four people were killed and over 100 injured when a 5.7-magnitude earthquake hit a mountainous area at the border of Yunnan and Sichuan provinces in southwest China on 24 Jun 2012. The quake toppled over 4,280 houses and cut roads and water supplies, disrupting the lives of more than 21,800 people. 
FF-2012-000102-PHL Flash Flood Philippines Shallow low pressure areas as part of the monsoon season have caused flash floods, landslides and storm surges in the Philippines since 12 Jun 2012; over 30,000 people have been affected. 
FF-2012-000101-GAB Flash Flood Gabon Heavy rains of an unusual magnitude hit Libreville, capital of the Republic of Gabon, causing floods in both poorly constructed and residential areas. Flood waters caused extensive material damage without any loss of life in SOTEGA, Cocotier, Avea, Boulevard Ak?b? frontier, Apostrophe, Belle Vue 3, Awendje CES B2, Plein ciel/ODEKA, PK 5 and Nzeng?Ayong neighborhoods.  
FL-2012-000100-CHN Flood China, People's Republic Five people died and another seven were injured in rainstorm-triggered mudslides in China's Guizhou and Hunan provinces on 9 June 2012. 
EQ-2012-000099-AFG Earthquake Afghanistan More than 70 people are feared to have been killed after a landslide triggered by a double earthquake in the province of Baghlan. 
FL-2012-000098-GTM Flood Guatemala At least 293 people affected by heavy rains and violent winds 
AC-2012-000097-NGA Tech. Disaster Nigeria A Dana Air McDonnell Douglas MD-83, registration 5N-RAM performing flight 9J-992 from Abuja to Lagos (Nigeria) with 147 passengers and 6 crew, was on approach to Lagos about 11nm from LAG VOR when the crew declared emergency reporting both engines had failed and they were going down. At about 15:43L (14:43Z) the aircraft collided with a power line, crashed into a built up area about 5nm short of the threshold of runway 18L near Akande St (not Adebayo Akande St) and 1.2nm south of LAG VOR and burst into flames. A number of residential houses around the crash site were on flames, too, a large smoke plume was visible above the city. All occupants of the aircraft perished in the crash, so far 16 fatalities on the ground have been confirmed, 5 injured people on the ground have been taken to hospitals. 
OT-2012-000096-RWA Other Rwanda Thousands of DRC Congolese National have continued to search for refugee in Rwanda since end April 2012, the situation in their locations is still hostile and the number of regugees crossing into Rwanda through several boarder parts, (including the border Crossing of Kabuhanga above Kibumba is increasing. Those refugees are escaping violence, following resumption of clashes between DR Congo government army and D. R Congo militia. The refugee are now hosted in UNCHR Nkamira transit Camp located Rubavu district in the Western Province. 
FL-2012-000095-THA Flood Thailand Continuous rain has caused flooding in the southern province of Surat Thani, affecting 8,500 households. 
OT-2012-000094-UGA Other Uganda An upsurge of refugees? population in Uganda has been noticed within the last two months fleeing intensified fighting in neighbouring Democratic Republic of Congo between the government and rebel factions within Eastern DRC ? mainly a rebel grouping named M23. Towns bordering the country continue to receive daily exodus of refugees seeking safety in Uganda. Between February and May 2012, the number of fleeing refugees has increased fifteen folds as refugees fled to Bunagana and Kisoro.  
TC-2012-000093-PHL Tropical Cyclone Philippines 2 children killed as typhoon "Mawar" moves away from Philippines. 
DR-2012-000092-AGO Drought Angola An estimated 366,780 households (1,833,900 people) are expected to be affected by drought. 
ST-2012-000091-CAF SEVERE LOCAL STORM Central African Republic a new wave of heavy rains and violent winds occurred in early May 2012 in Amada-Gaza and in new localities such as Boda Centre, Kanguete, Mboumandourou and Boulay in Central African Republic (CAR). 
EQ-2012-000090-ITA Earthquake Italy An earthquake with a magnitude 5.8 killed at least 16 people in northern Italy on Tuesday, 29th May, damaging buildings and leaving 14,000 people homeless in the Emilia Romagna region north of Bologna, one of Italy most agriculturally and industrially productive areas. The epicentre of the earthquake, which struck at depth of 9.6 km (6 miles), was less than 30 km (19 miles) from Modena, not far from where the magnitude 6 earthquake struck on 20th May. 
FL-2012-000089-CUB Flood Cuba Rains in central Cuba have caused 2 deaths and the evacuation of thousands of people.  
FL-2012-000087-AFG Flood Afghanistan Continuous precipitation and the melting of the huge accumulation of snow across numerous mountains in the country trigger mass movement of water forcibly from steep mountains to valleys were large population settle. On 18 May 2012, 3 districts ( Saywad, Suzma Qala and Kohistanat) where inundated, a situation which is made worst by the geographical nature and location of these settlements. The water flows affected other districts along flood plains ? Jawzjan Province ? Khwaja Du K oh ? causing destruction of settlements and population displacement en mass to Dasht-i-Laily Desert.  
EQ-2012-000086-BGR Earthquake Bulgaria A 5.8-magnitude earthquake jolted Bulgaria, striking not far from the capital, Sofia at 3 am on 22. May 2012. The quake hit at a depth of 10 km , 24 km west of Sofia in the region of Pernik. The earthquake was felt in the whole territory of Bulgaria and the neighbouring countries. Several aftershocks with decreasing intensity between 4.2 and 3.5 were measured.  
EQ-2012-000085-AZE Earthquake Azerbaijan The earthquake measuring 5.6 on Richter scale struck the south-western part of the country in Zaqatala and Gakh, on 7th May 2012. As a result 3,124 houses and public buildings were either destroyed or damaged. Following this earthquake strong and regular aftershocks were again registered in both Zagatala and Gakh regions. On 18th May another earthquake hit the region with a magnitude 4.8. Due to the aftershocks and the latest earthquake the number of destroyed and damaged buildings has been increased.  
AC-2012-000084-ALB Tech. Disaster Albania A bus carrying Albanian university students plunged hundreds of feet into a ravine Monday, killing at least 13 people according to police. Rescuers were working Monday to free students who may be trapped inside the bus, located at the bottom of a deep ravine near the city of Himara, 220 kilometers south of the capital of Tirana.  
FL-2012-000083-HND Flood Honduras Around 500 people were evacuated in Trojes, region of El Paraiso, after floods caused damages to more than 100 houses. 
EQ-2012-000082-TJK Earthquake Tajikistan A 5.7 Richter scale earthquake struck Rasht valley, eastern part of Tajikistan on 13th May 2012 early in the morning at about 4:30 AM. The earthquake affected three districts of Nurobod, Rasht and Tavildara (at least 33 villages), killing 2 and affecting more than 2,531 people. 
FF-2012-000081-ETH Flash Flood Ethiopia Flash floods and floods have struck the Gode and Korahe zones, affecting more than 700 households. 
EQ-2012-000080-ITA Earthquake Italy A magnitude-5.9 earthquake struck northeastern Italy on Sunday 20th May, early in the morning, killing at least seven people, injuring 50 and toppling several buildings. The quake struck at 4:04 am between Modena and Mantua, about 35 kilometres north-northwest of Bologna at a relatively shallow depth of five kilometres. The epicentre was between the towns of Finale Emilia, San Felice sul Panaro and Sermide, but was felt as far away as Tuscany and northern Alto Adige. 
FF-2012-000079-GEO Flash Flood Georgia The Central and Eastern part of Georgia were severely affected by rains on May 12th and 13th 2012. Multiple landslides followed the heavy rains and at least 5 people were killed in the capital Tbilisi. Over 3,200 families have been affected and out of them 1,400 have had property badly damaged. Roads were washed away and draining channels are blocked and further rains are predicted. 
TO-2012-000078-JPN Tornadoes Japan A tornado has ripped through part of eastern Japan killing a teenage boy and injuring dozens of other people on 6 May 2012. 
ST-2012-000077-CHN SEVERE LOCAL STORM China, People's Republic At least 24 people were killed and 37 others remain missing after hail and torrential rains battered a mountainous northwest county of Gansu province on 10 May 2012. 
MS-2012-000076-TJK Mud Slide Tajikistan One person was killed and seven injured in mudflows in northern Tajikistan on 10 -11 May 2012.  
FL-2012-000075-VEN Flood Venezuela More than 1,900 people have received relief supplies after floods occurred in the state of Tachira. 
DR-2012-000074-BRA Drought Brazil A severe drought is affecting more than 1,100 towns in the north-east. 66 municipalities are on water emergencies in Pernambuco. 
OT-2012-000073-YEM Other Yemen Food insecurity in Yemen has reached alarming levels. 44 per cent of the population - over 10 million people - are food insecure 
FF-2012-000072-AFG Flash Flood Afghanistan At least 26 people were killed and more than 100 missing after flash floods hit a wedding party and three villages in northern Afghanistan. 
FL-2012-000071-NPL Flood Nepal Fourteen persons have been reported to be killed and over 50 othershave gone missing in Seti River flood triggered by avalanche inMachhapuchre mountain on Saturday morning. Police informed that mutilated bodies of 14 people have been foundwhile three others were rescued alive. The flood has also swept abouthalf a dozens of settlement area. The massive flood swept away five trucks, bridges, dozen houses, treesand encroached agricultural fields. Two buses carrying students for apicnic at Khaarapani have also been swept away by the flood. Twostudents are also missing in the flood. 
FL-2012-000070-KGZ Flood Kyrgyzstan Snow melting and heavy rains caused mudflows and flash floods across Kyrgyzstan. Food stocks, home properties, livelihoods and infrastructure have been heavily damaged.  
EP-2012-000069-GHA Epidemic Ghana The Ghana Health Service has officially declared the cholera outbreak in the country. Because of the high mobility of people from one community to another as a result of funerals, trade, and other personal and commercial activities it is envisaged that the epidemics will spread very fast if massive intervention measures are not taken within the shortest possible time. According to the Ghana Health service as at the second week of April 2012 there were 684 reported cases of cholera with 17 deaths, but as at 24th April 2012, over 1,570 cases have been recorded with 21 cases in 2 Regions of Ghana. In Greater Accra region the numbers of reported cases are 1,270 with 20 deaths and Eastern Region 300 confirmed cases with 1 death recorded. This outbreak spread is related to poor sanitation conditions and migration from affected regions to other regions.  
FL-2012-000068-DOM Flood Dominican Republic 11,150 people were displaced and almost 3,000 houses were damaged by floods in several provinces in the north and northeast. 
FL-2012-000067-RWA Flood Rwanda Heavy rains in Musanze Northern Province, and Nyabihu and Rubavu districts located in Western Province of Rwanda on 12 April 2012 have led to flooding resulting in five deaths andcausing extensive damage to houses and property of the local population. According to the report of Rwanda Red Cross and government local authorities, 2,232 households with 11,160 people have been affected. 348 houses were completely destroyed, 446 were partially damaged or still flooded 
FL-2012-000066-COM Flood Comoros Torrential rains hit the archipelago for more than a week and at least 11,000 people have reportedly lost everything. 
EP-2012-000065-BRA Epidemic Brazil The state of Rio de Janeiro has declared a dengue epidemic with 64,423 confirmed reported cases and 13 deaths this year. 
ST-2012-000064-COD SEVERE LOCAL STORM Congo Democratic Republic Heavy rains in Sange, Territoire d'Uvira (South Kivu) have killed one person and destroyed crop fields, more than 3,000 houses and 8 schools. 
FL-2012-000063-RUS Flood Russia In the view of the flood danger in Volgograd Region the Ministry of Emergencies (Emercom) Regional Department has introduced a regime of high preparedness in the Elansky, Rudniansky and Kamylzhensky districts, due to the increase of the water level in the rivers Elan and Tersa, and the inundation of houses and farmlands. According to the assessment conducted by the Russian Red Cross, 957 families (2,406 people) are considered to be affected by the floods in three districts of the Volgograd region of Russia.  
FF-2012-000062-KEN Flash Flood Kenya At least 17 people died and more than 58,000 were affected by flash floods across the country. 
ST-2012-000061-VNM SEVERE LOCAL STORM Viet Nam 2 people killed, more than 4,500 houses damaged and crop fields destroyed after hailstorms and whirlwinds hit Lao Cai, Bac Kan and Tuyen Quang provinces in the north. 
EP-2012-000060-UGA Epidemic Uganda Sporadic outbreaks of Meningitis have been reported in Kiryandongo (Mutunda sub-county), Amuru, Oyam and Koboko districts in Northern Uganda. Since the onset of the outbreak on 24th February 2012, a total of 231 cases have been recorded in all the four districts with a cumulative death of 25.  
EP-2012-000059-UGA Epidemic Uganda The District Health Offices in Nebbi Hoima & Buliisa have announced the outbreak of cholera in their districts. In Hoima it has affected Kaiso village in Tonya Parish situated in Buseruka sub-county while in Nebbi, three sub-counties of Akworo, Panyimuri & Pakwach town councils in parambo s/county are the most affected and new cases in Buliisa district have been identified in Butiaba Sub county, Butiaba Town council and Kigwera Sub County. A cumulative total of 484 cases have so far been recorded in the three districts with 11 deaths.  
EP-2012-000058-AFG Epidemic Afghanistan In Ghor and Baghdis provinces, the Ministry of Public Health and WHO reported 21 confirmed child mortality cases due to measles and pneumonia. 
EP-2012-000057-YEM Epidemic Yemen Over 4,300 measles cases and 155 deaths were reported in Yemen between January 2011 and March 2012, with 95 per cent of deaths reported since the beginning of 2012. The steep increase in measles incidents is due to the decline in immunization coverage and disruption in access to basic social services in most parts of the country during the civil unrest. 
FL-2012-000056-PRY Flood Paraguay At least 10,000 families currently affected by floods after heavy rains caused river overflows in the Chaco region. 
EP-2012-000055-TCD Epidemic Chad The Ministry of Health reported an outbreak of meningococcal meningitis, which started in the second week of January 2012. As of 25 Mar, a total of 1,708 cases and 88 deaths have been reported from 45 districts. Seven districts have crossed the epidemic threshold and three have crossed the alert threshold. 
FL-2012-000054-HTI Flood Haiti As part of an early start to the rainy season, torrential rains battered the metropolitan area of Port-au-Prince on 28 Mar 2012, killing six people in Morne Calvaire following landslides. Almost 65,000 displaced people still living in camps are at risk of flooding. Five camps already suffered considerable damage.  
TS-2012-000053-IDN Tsunami Indonesia The earthquake with Mg8.7 occurred at northwestern part of Sumatra, Indonesia at 14:38 local time.  
ST-2012-000052-ARG SEVERE LOCAL STORM Argentina A wind and rain storm shook the Buenos Aires area on 4 Apr 2012, killing 17 people and damaging between 25,000 and 30,000 homes. 
FL-2012-000051-TJK Flood Tajikistan Tajikistan has been experiencing its harshest winter in 50 years with unusually low temperatures and heavy snowfall. More than 155 natural disasters in the form of floods, earthquakes and avalanches were registered between February and April 2012, affecting more than 5,500 people. 
FL-2012-000050-AFG Flood Afghanistan Seasonal floods have affected various parts of the country from February 2012 onward. Heavy rainfall in February caused flash floods in Balkh and Faryab provinces, which affected 775 families. Between 19 and 21 March, floods in Nimroz province?s Chakhansur district affected 19 villages to varying degrees and displaced 60 families. On 21 March, flooding occurred in Dara-I-Sufi Payin district of Samangan province, affecting the villages of Otah Kiti and Qadam Ali. A landslide in Wachkan village, Darwaz (Nusai) district of Badakhshan province, killed 20 people and destroyed five houses on 28 March. On 31 March, floods damaged 67 houses in Hese-Awal (Khenj) district of Panjsher province. 
OT-2012-000049-SDN Other Sudan The Red Sea state in the eastern part of Sudan hosts a large population that is predominantly dependent on subsistence farming and pastoralism. The consistent drought cycles have heavily impacted negatively on the community?s coping mechanism, with reports over the last few months documenting a progressive deterioration of the food security situation. The weather conditions over the last two seasons have not been favourable to support rain-fed agriculture practiced by the local people. Consequently, food production and access to food is diminishing and huge food gaps in households is being experienced. According to various reports, the situation is expected to continue deteriorating and not likely to improve until the next harvests are realized. An assessment conducted by the Sudanese Red Crescent Society and its partners in January 2012 confirmed that at least 257,197 people (51,440 households on the basis of five members per family) in the Red Sea state are food insecure and in need of immediate food aid.  
VW-2012-000048-JPN Violent Wind Japan Due to strong gusts and rain that hit all over Japan 3 were killed and 304 were injured on 3 April 2012. 
ST-2012-000047-LKA SEVERE LOCAL STORM Sri Lanka On 31 Mar 2012, a tornado accompanied by heavy winds, rain and hail hit zone 1 of Menik Farm, an IDP camp in Northern Sri Lanka. Out of a total of 1,200 shelters, 942 were damaged and over 20 people were injured. 
OT-2012-000046-GMB Other Gambia The late, erratic and unevenly distributed rainfall during the 2011/12 cropping season led to a significant decline and low quality of agricultural production in The Gambia. Overall crop production is estimated to drop by 62% compared to 2010 and by 50% compared to the 5-year in average. Compared to last year, particularly affected is the production of key food and cash crops such as rice (-74%), millet (-54%) and groundnut (-64%). This reduces the availability and access of food at household level, thereby increasing the lean period from the normal two month period up to 8 months according to the post harvest assessment report. Of the 39 rural districts affected, 19 are considered the hardest hit by crop failure with a total population of 428,000, including 73,802 children under the age of 5. 177,000 of the hardest hit are at the borderline meaning they have already started using some coping mechanisms such as reducing number of meals from 3 to 1 meal per day and/or sending some members of family to relatives to reduce the burden 
EP-2012-000045-VNM Epidemic Viet Nam Viet Nam experienced an unprecedented outbreak of hand, foot and mouth disease (HFMD) in 2011, and while appropriate and effective action was taken by Viet Nam Red Cross working with the authorities, the country, as a whole, continues to experience a disturbingly high incidence of the disease. As of 15 March 2012, the total number of cases reported by all provinces was higher than the annual caseloads in 2009-2010, as well as 7.5 times higher than the same period last year. There is also concern of a further surge of cases in the coming weeks, considering the customary April-May and September-October peaks recorded in previous years.  
TC-2012-000044-FJI Tropical Cyclone Fiji Ferocious rains brought on by tropical depression TD17F caused flooding in most parts of Fiji, worsening states that were still revcoering from the Jan/Feb 2012 floods. The tropical storm, which has already killed four people in Fiji, with three young boys missing at sea, has been upgraded to a cyclone Daphene as of today. The western division is the worst affected, particularly the main cities of Sigatoka, Nadi, Lautoka, Tabua, Ba and Rakiraki, all of which have been flooded up to two meters of water in places. Water and electricity supplies are disrupted in the western division, affecting approximately 150,000 people. The extent of damages to houses, schools and infrastructure is currently unknown as access to communities is difficult. The Water Authority Fiji (WAF) reports that in Ba, Tavua, Rakiraki and Sigatoka all pumping stations are out of operation and there is no inflow into treatment plants. In Nadi and Lautoka it is expected there will be no supply of water due to low pressure. The hospital and airport have reserved supplies. A state of natural disaster for Western division of Fiji has been officially declared by the Fijian Government.  
FL-2012-000043-KGZ Flood Kyrgyzstan Villagers Kazarman in Jalal-Abad reported that flooding continued from channel breakout.Breakthrough of the channel occurred during the day March 27, the result was aflood, more than 130 homes were totally or partially destroyed. MOE reports on measures taken to reduce the water level. 
FL-2012-000042-COL Flood Colombia Thousands of people affected since the first rainy season in 2012 started. 
EP-2012-000041-SLE Epidemic Sierra Leone The Ministry of Health and Sanitation has officially declared the cholera outbreak in 3 branches/districts in the country on the 8th March 2012.No one knows exactly how it started, but health authorities believe that it may have started in Kambia one of the affected branches which shares boundary with Guinea. And because of the high mobility of people from one community to another as a result of funerals, trade, and other personal and commercial activities, the disease has spread quickly to other districts/branches, it is envisaged that the epidemics will continue to spread very fast if urgent and appropriate action is not taken to address the unfolding situation. Already other branches/ districts aside from the 3 districts mentioned above are also reporting severe cases of watery diarrhoea .As at March 9th 2012, the total numbers of cases reported from the 3 cholera-declared districts of Port Loko and Kambia in the North and Pujehun in the South are 2,137 with 34 fatalities. 
OT-2012-000040-TJK Other Tajikistan The situation in Gorno-Badakhshan Autonomic Oblast (GBAO) worsened compared to the last years , especially in Murgab, where food and fuel prices, the remote location and severe climatic conditions combined with reduced income and unemployment resulted in food insecurity of almost a quarter of the population.  
FL-2012-000039-CHL Flood Chile Heavy rains have caused river overflows, affecting thousands of people in the Arica y Parinacota, Tarapac? and Magallanes regions. 
OT-2012-000038-SDN Other Sudan Population movement across the borders of Sudan and South Sudan started after the secession and formation of the new Republic of South Sudan. Returnees heading to South are mostly camping at the Kosti Way station awaiting transport arrangements to be made while those moving to the Sudan enter the country mostly through Jodha, about 170 Km South Kosti towns.  
OT-2012-000038-SSD Other South Sudan Population movement across the borders of Sudan and South Sudan started after the secession and formation of the new Republic of South Sudan. Returnees heading to South are mostly camping at the Kosti Way station awaiting transport arrangements to be made while those moving to the Sudan enter the country mostly through Jodha, about 170 Km South Kosti towns.  
FL-2012-000037-PSE Flood Palestine (West Bank, Gaza) The exceptional rain storms that hit the OPT resulted in the evacuation of more than 300 families from their houses due to floods and major damages in the houses located in the districts of Gaza, Hebron, Jenin, Salfit, Ramallah and the Jerusalem area beyond the separation wall. 
TC-2012-000036-MDG Tropical Cyclone Madagascar Tropical Storm Irina has killed at least 65 people and affected more than 70,000 in Madagascar. 
AC-2012-000035-COG Tech. Disaster Congo, Republic Huge explosions rocked a munitions depot in the Republic of Congo's capital Brazzaville Sunday, killing at least 100 people and leaving hundreds of others injured. 
EP-2012-000034-GHA Epidemic Ghana An outbreak of Cerebro-Spinal Meningitis (CSM) in the Upper East Region has claimed 16 lives in two months.  
ST-2012-000033-CAF SEVERE LOCAL STORM Central African Republic Torrential rains have been falling in most localities of the Central African Republic (CAR) since 15 February 2012. The situation deteriorated over the weekend of 18 to 19 February as violent winds occurred, causing serious human casualties and material damages in Bogoula, Amada-Gaza and Mba?ki.  
FL-2012-000032-BOL Flood Bolivia Due to the presence of La Ni?a weather phenomena for a second consecutive year, severe precipitations have occurred in Bolivia since the second week in January 2012. As a result, widespread flooding and other weather related situations such as hailstorms and landslides have affected 107 municipalities in 9 departments. Many of the emergency situations have occurred in areas not often affected in a severe manner as is the case of the Cobija, the capital city of Pando department 
EP-2012-000031-UGA Epidemic Uganda On 14 February 2012, a new occurrence of cholera outbreak was confirmed in Mbale Municipal council by the Ministry of Health (MoH) and the district health authority. Mbale is a town in Eastern Uganda. It is the main municiplal, administrative and commercial center of Mbale District and the surrounding sub-region. 
FL-2012-000030-KAZ Flood Kazakhstan On 18-20 February, 2012 quick melting of snow and rainfall resulted in floods in South-Kazakhstan region. Flood waters inundated 26 settlements in 7 districts and suburbs of the regional centre city of Shymkent affecting more than 9,400 people.  
OT-2012-000029-BFA Other Burkina Faso The conflict which forced many people to leave Northern Mali to Burkina Faso has further weakened the region that has been facing the risk of food insecurity. The situation has plunged the people into destitution and deprivation which exposes them to all kinds of risks including diseases the spread of which is facilitated by poor hygiene and sanitation conditions. The upheaval, its attendant trauma coupled with lack of basic amenities and facilities is not helping the affected population. The number of refugees now stands at 12,297 located in municipalities of Tin Akoff, in the province of Inabao Deou in Oudalan, Gandafabou, Mentao and Soum.  
FR-2012-000028-HND Fire Honduras A fire in the Comayagua Farm Penitentiary (Granja Penal de Comayagua) late on the evening of 14 February left hundreds of injured inmates and 366 deaths.  
AC-2012-000027-PNG Tech. Disaster Papua New Guinea On 2 February. Thursday, a ferry, the MV Rabaul Queen, travelling from West New Britain to Lae in Morobe Province sent a distress signal before sinking at sea 
TC-2012-000025-VUT Tropical Cyclone Vanuatu TC Jasmine caused minor damage in Vanuatu?s TAFEA province, mainly to agriculture and water systems. It also caused flooding in Tonga?s main island of Tongatapu, leading to the evacuation of around 700 people. 
OT-2012-000024-MRT Other Mauritania Following the armed conflict in the northern part of Mali, the refugees fleeing Mali entered Mauritania, mainly Fassala in the district of Bassikounou located in the far South-East. More than 11,000 people have already crossed the border in Mauritania. With the poor rainfall registered in 2011, the Hodh Chargui region (where Fassala is located) is already facing an alarming nutrition crisis. The arrival of the Malian refugees constitutes an additional pressure on the poor resources, and this situation deeply weakens an already desperate humanitarian context for both the refugees and the host communities. Therefore, the arrival of these Malian refugees aggravates this gloomy picture.  
EP-2012-000023-COG Epidemic Congo, Republic A new cholera outbreak occurred in Betou and the surrounding villages. From 12 January to date, 57 new cases and 5 death of cholera have been registered in Betou 
EP-2012-000022-BOL Epidemic Bolivia 16 deaths reported due to a dengue epidemic affecting all regions except Potosi and Oruro. 
EP-2012-000021-CIV Epidemic Cote d'Ivoire On the 9th of January, an outbreak of meningococcal meningitis was reported in the districts in Central and Northern Cote d'Ivoire. According to the National Institute of Public Hygiene, the epidemic was initially limited to only two locations; Tengrela and Bouak?, but has now affected almost all districts in the North (Tengrela, Boundiali, Korhogo, Ferke, Seguela, Bouna) and Valley Region Bandama located in Bouake centre of the Ivory Coast. In some localities in northern C?te d'Ivoire such as Kouto, there has been a Sharp increase in the number of reported cases between from 1 to 10, within week 2 and week 4 of 2012.  
TC-2012-000020-MDG Tropical Cyclone Madagascar Tropical cyclone Giovanna killed at least 2 people and caused extensive damage on the Eastern coast of Madagascar. 
FL-2012-000019-BGR Flood Bulgaria In the last several days, continuous heavy rains in the south of the country also led to an increase of water levels and overflow of rivers, while a dam wall broke and flooded villages, leading to evacuation of the population. 
EQ-2012-000018-PHL Earthquake Philippines A 6.8-magnitude earthquake struck the heavily populated island provinces of Negros and Cebu in the central Philippines, killing at least 43 people. 
FL-2012-000017-MWI Flood Malawi Malawi has been receiving heavy rains associated with heavy storms in many parts of the country since late December 2011 which has led to flash floods and destruction of infrastructure like houses, school blocks and others in different districts of the country. Among the districts affected so far are Thyolo, Phalombe, Chikwawa and Nsanje in the southern region, Dedza and Salima in the central region and Nkhata Bay, Rumphi and Karonga in northern region of Malawi as being the worst affected respectively. The total number of houses affected according to the Government?s Department of Disaster Management Affairs is 5270 households as of mid January 2012 (either their houses have completely fallen, been partly damaged, or they have experienced crop damage). The latest heavy rains were experienced in Traditional Authority Mlolo in Nsanje District from 22nd January 2012 where a total of 6,159 people (about 1235 households) have been affected and these numbers are likely to increase as assessment is still going on. Most of the affected households have nowhere to stay since the waters have not completely receded  
CW-2012-000016-JPN Cold Wave Japan Heavy snow hit northern Japan, killing at least 46 people. 
EP-2012-000015-NGA Epidemic Nigeria An outbreak of lassa fever was reported in Ebonyi (southern) and Nasarawa (northern) states of Nigeria on the 11th of January. Information from the health sector reported 7 cases with 1 death (Ebonyi, 6 cases with 1 death, while Nasarawa recorded only 1 case) 
TC-2012-000014-IDN Tropical Cyclone Indonesia Fourteen people were killed and another 60 were injured in Indonesia over a four-day period as a result of Cyclone Iggy 
FL-2012-000013-ECU Flood Ecuador Heavy rains have triggered floods and landslides in the provinces of Guayas, El Oro and Esmeraldas, affecting hundreds of people. 
EP-2012-000012-BFA Epidemic Burkina Faso The country reported 16 confirmed cases of yellow fever, with unfortunately 6 deaths (lethality rate of 38%). In total, eight health districts are affected (Di?bougou, Hound?, Mangodara, Sapouy, Tenkodogo, Toma, Tugan, Yako). Most cases are less than 5 years. These are children who have not been vaccinated or for whom vaccination status is unknown. Some cases (especially those of Di?bougou) are Burkinabe people who were living in C?te d?Ivoire and returned home because of the Ivorian crisis.  
DR-2012-000011-PRY Drought Paraguay Government of Paraguay decreed a state of food security emergency (estado de emergencia alimentaria) 
LS-2012-000010-PNG Land Slide Papua New Guinea Dozens feared dead after a massive landslide hit Hela Province in the Southern Highlands of Papua New Guinea. 
FL-2012-000009-FJI Flood Fiji A tropical depression passing through the Fiji group has caused flooding in several areas. Reports of flooding have been received by the National Disaster Management Office since Sunday 22 January 2012. The emergency operations centre at the NDMO has been activated as has EOCs in the Central and Western Divisions.  
TC-2012-000008-MOZ Tropical Cyclone Mozambique Tropical Storms Dando, a category one storm with associated winds (up to 70km/h) and moderate to heavy rainfall, hit southern Mozambique on 15 Jan 2012 and caused flooding and damage to houses and schools in the provinces of Maputo, Gaza and Inhambane. Heavy rainfall in South Africa and Swaziland caused a steady increase of water levels in the Maputo, Umbeluzi and Incomati Basins, flooding low-lying areas in Magude and Chokwe. Tropical Cyclone Funso, which is moving towards central Mozambique, may affect coastal areas of Zambezia Province. 
AV-2012-000007-AFG Snow Avalanche Afghanistan Avalanches in northeastern Afghanistan have cut off tens - if not hundreds - of thousands of people already at risk of hunger due to drought. Heavy snow and avalanches have led to the deaths of at least 20 people. 
CW-2012-000006-ALB Cold Wave Albania Harsh winter with unusually abundant snowfall (1-1.5 m of snow in rural areas with temperatures averaging minus 10? Centigrade) hit northern and north-eastern part of Albania. The snow is blocking of some national and many rural roads and the number of people snowed under and cut off from the rest of the country in communes of Puka, Shkodra, Kukes, Peshkopia, Librazhd and Kor?a districts is estimated at about 100,000 
CW-2012-000006-BGR Cold Wave Bulgaria A strong cold wave hit Bulgaria last week, causing severe difficulties for people across the country. Frost, snow blizzards, gales and temperatures down to minus 30 Celsius have affected the population and caused interruptions in power supplies and the disruption of communication routes and communications channels, particularly in the north and north-eastern part of the country. 
CW-2012-000006-BIH Cold Wave Bosnia-Herzegovina Due to extremely low temperatures followed by a heavy snow-fall approximately twenty municipalities have been cut off from the rest of the country. The snow blast took place from early Thursday, 2nd February 2012 and since then it has continued snowing. The most affected municipalities are Han Pijesak, Sokolac, ?ajni?e, Srebrenica, Kalinovik, Istocni Stari Grad and Kladanj. Blocked roads, power shortages and broken communication lines made it almost impossible to reach the affected areas. The Government of Bosnia and Herzegovina has declared state of emergency because of the situation in the affected areas.  
CW-2012-000006-BLR Cold Wave Belarus Freezing weather has killed dozens of people in Central and Eastern Europe over the past few days and temperatures are set to drop even further according to weather forecasts. The second half of January 2012 has been marked by severe frosts and snowfalls, for which many of Belarus citizens turned to be unprepared. Only in Minsk, during the past week-end, over 30 people have been delivered to hospitals with various traumas like frostbite and hypothermia. Overall, it is estimated that more than 100 people have been affected, and a number of them are kept in hospitals in a serous condition. On 1-2 February temperatures are expected to drop down to 25-29 degrees Celsius below zero, and in some places ? to 30-32 degrees. The sudden onset of extremely cold weather will continue throughout February. People are being affected both by extreme frosts and black ice.  
CW-2012-000006-MAR Cold Wave Morocco The cold wave that affects the last few days Morocco will persist until the end of the week with a peak on Wednesday and Thursday, as announced by the national weather forecast service. Going about this, the result of a polar air mass that passes through the eastern and central Europe affects northern Africa from Tunisia to Morocco. Minimum temperatures have broken records for the month of February in several regions with low degrees, and very rarely for years, recorded. The temperature was close to minus 7 degrees Celsius on the mountainous regions, from -1 to 3 on the middle and 5 to 8 on the coast. As consequence, roads and mountain passes were blocked by snowfalls, the electricity was interrupted and some houses suffered structural damages. In addition, with low temperatures, water pipes froze, interrupting the water supply in many regions. 
CW-2012-000006-MDA Cold Wave Moldova Like other countries in the region, Moldova has been facing plunging temperatures over the past weeks claiming victims and disruption of public services. According to the data of the Civil Protection and Emergency Situations Service, the cold wave has caused eight casualties, and at least 20 people are daily registered with frostbites. By 21st February, the Ministry of Health reported 280 cases of hypothermia and 10 fatalities. Four people were affected by frosts in the last 24 hours. 
CW-2012-000006-MKD Cold Wave Macedonia The cold weather conditions that affected Macedonia followed by heavy snowfalls and extremely low temperatures in some cities -25 C, have resulted in big traffic slowdown especially in rural areas, lack of food supply, medical assistance, hunger and frosts especially to the homeless people living in the country. Due to heavy snow falls, low temperatures and strong winds, many mountain villages are without electricity and there are problems with water supply in the following towns: Bitola, Tetovo, Negotino Kavadarci and Kumanovo. Due to large drifts of snow, several thousand sheep and cattle are directly threatened in some parts of Macedonia. In the period from 30.01 to 05.02.2012, in the critical region of Tetovo were registered 133 people suffering from flu, 44 persons aged 0 to 4 years, 57 people aged 4 to 14 years, 31 people aged 15 to 64 years and 1 person over 65 years  
CW-2012-000006-MNE Cold Wave Montenegro Heavy snowfall and freezing temperatures that started on January 31st caused emergency situation, in the central and northern part of Montenegro 
CW-2012-000006-ROM Cold Wave Romania The cold wave that has reached Romania starting 23rd January, along with heavy snowfalls, has initially affected the south-eastern part of the country, later extending to the whole territory. Roads have been blocked by the snow and people stranded in their homes, cars or trains. Government and local authorities have been mobilized to provide support to those in need. According to the General Inspectorate for Emergency Situations, an overall number of 504 localities in 27 counties have been affected by the extreme winter conditions. At this moment, the counties worst affected are: Teleorman, Buzau, Vrancea, Ialomita, Calarasi, Braila, Galati, Constanta. The most severe the situation is in Vrancea County, where State of emergency has been declared. 
CW-2012-000006-SRB Cold Wave Serbia Due to strong wind that lasted 24h in Kosovo followed by heavy snow that started late on 06th and 07th of January several Municipalities in Kosovo have been affected. However, the most affected Municipalities are Istog, Kamenica and Peja. 
CW-2012-000006-UKR Cold Wave Ukraine Freezing weather has killed dozens of people in Central and Eastern Europe over the past few days and temperatures are set to drop even further according to weather forecasts. The situation worsened in Ukraine since bitter cold with heavy snowstorms hit the country last week, with temperatures falling to 12-15 degrees Celsius below zero (10-5F), local media reported on Tuesday. The temperature has reached minus 30 C on 25 January 2012. At least 32 people have died in Ukraine according to official sources. Most of them were homeless who froze to death in the streets or old people who died in their flats or after hospitalization Until 27 January 2012, 627 people have requested medical, assistance because of frostbite and hypothermia with 544 of them admitted to hospitals. The effect from the cold wave turned serious due to several factors that relate to the bad social economic situation, high number of people living below poverty level, and many people living without permanent address (homeless).  
FL-2012-000005-BOL Flood Bolivia Overflowing of Desaguadero river triggered floods in the department of Oruro, affecting 1.093 families in Toledo and Choro.  
EQ-2012-000004-MEX Earthquake Mexico 1,106 houses were damaged by the earthquake that struck the state of Guerrero on Dec 10, affecting 3,371 people 
FL-2012-000003-BRA Flood Brazil State of emergency was declared in 53 municipalities of southeastern Minas Gerais after floods and landslides killed at least 7 people 
EP-2012-000002-PHL Epidemic Philippines More than two weeks since the typhoon struck, overcrowding in evacuation centres and access to proper sanitation facilities remain to be the top concern. As of reporting period, more than 37,200 families are housed inside 54 evacuation centres. With the classes that resumed after the holiday season, evacuees who sought temporary shelters in schools were forced to transfer to different establishments such as gymnasiums. This resulted to outbreak of leptospirosis - an infection caused by the Leptospira bacteria that enters the human body through wounds or broken skin when in contact with flood waters, vegetation, or moist soil contaminated with the urine of infected animals, especially rats. As of 3 January 2012, DOH confirmed 128 cases with at least four deaths. An addition of 200 suspected cases has been monitored by DOH. 
WF-2012-000001-CHL Wild fire Chile Wild Fire has destroyed 8000 hectares of forest and burned 30 houses in Quill?n. One person died and 500 people have been evacuated from the area. On Dec. 30 the Government of Chile declared the district of Ultima Esperanza ?disaster area? as wild fire in Torres del Paine destroyed more than 12 thousands hectares of forest  
CW-2011-000213-USA Cold Wave United States A large winter storm impacted much of the Northeast along with the Central portion of the United States throughout February.  
TC-2011-000212-USA Tropical Cyclone United States Tropical Storm Lee formed in the Western Caribbean on September 2 and made landfall in Lafayette, Louisiana on September 4. Significant wind and flood damage affected much of the southeast and brought record flooding to areas of the northeastern United States.  
FL-2011-000211-USA Flood United States The Missouri and Souris Rivers both swelled beyond their banks across the upper Midwest causing flooding in several states.  
FL-2011-000210-USA Flood United States Persistent rainfall along with melting snow pack led to historical flooding along the Mississippi River and it's tributaries causing significant agricultural and property damage.  
TO-2011-000209-USA Tornadoes United States An outbreak of 180 tornadoes affected more than a dozen states across the central and southern United States. An EF-5 tornado hit Joplin, Missouri causing 160 deaths. The outbreak caused more than $10 billion worth of damage.  
ST-2011-000208-USA SEVERE LOCAL STORM United States Approximately 81 tornadoes and severe storms broke out in the central United States producing damaging winds and hail across the Southeast.  
ST-2011-000207-USA SEVERE LOCAL STORM United States An outbreak of severe weather with tornadoes, hail and high winds caused damage to the Midwest and Rockies region of the United States.  
FL-2011-000206-PNG Flood Papua New Guinea Heavy seasonal rains resulted in widespread flooding in Oro Province between September 2011 and January 2012. Areas within the province that were impacted include Mamba, Gira, Eia, Kokoda and Oro Bay. Some 11,125 people across Oro Province were affected. 
OT-2011-000205-BFA Other Burkina Faso More than a million children in the Sahel region are at risk of becoming severely malnourished as inadequate rain, poor harvests and rising food prices have left hundreds of thousands vulnerable and weak. 
OT-2011-000205-CMR Other Cameroon More than a million children in the Sahel region are at risk of becoming severely malnourished as inadequate rain, poor harvests and rising food prices have left hundreds of thousands vulnerable and weak. 
OT-2011-000205-MLI Other Mali More than a million children in the Sahel region are at risk of becoming severely malnourished as inadequate rain, poor harvests and rising food prices have left hundreds of thousands vulnerable and weak. 
OT-2011-000205-MRT Other Mauritania More than a million children in the Sahel region are at risk of becoming severely malnourished as inadequate rain, poor harvests and rising food prices have left hundreds of thousands vulnerable and weak. 
OT-2011-000205-NER Other Niger In Sep 2011, Niger's Prime Minister alerted the diplomatic corps about a looming agricultural deficit. 
OT-2011-000205-NGA Other Nigeria More than a million children in the Sahel region are at risk of becoming severely malnourished as inadequate rain, poor harvests and rising food prices have left hundreds of thousands vulnerable and weak. 
OT-2011-000205-SEN Other Senegal More than a million children in the Sahel region are at risk of becoming severely malnourished as inadequate rain, poor harvests and rising food prices have left hundreds of thousands vulnerable and weak. 
OT-2011-000205-TCD Other Chad More than a million children in the Sahel region are at risk of becoming severely malnourished as inadequate rain, poor harvests and rising food prices have left hundreds of thousands vulnerable and weak. 
FL-2011-000204-PHL Flood Philippines Heavy rainfall in several regions has caused flooding and landslides since the end of December. Over 171,800 persons were affected and more than 72,000 were evacuated. 
CW-2011-000203-NPL Cold Wave Nepal Since the last week of December, the temperature in most of the areas affected by the September earthquake has significantly dropped to close to freezing at night as well as intense snowfall in many parts of the districts. Of the total of 7,746 families displaced by the earthquake across 12 districts, some 5,000 families have been suffering from extreme cold in 9 districts: Taplejung, Ilam, Panchthar, Bhojpur, Sankhuwasava, Khotang, Solukhumbu, Tehrathum and Dhankuta. 
EP-2011-000202-CMR Epidemic Cameroon The North region of Cameroon has been facing renewed outbreak of yellow fever since October 2011. So far, seventeen suspected cases of yellow fever have been tested at the Centre Pasteur du Cameroun (CPC), two of which have been confirmed by the Institut Pasteur de Dakar, Senegal. The confirmed cases came from the Bibemi health district in the North region of Cameroon. Eight health districts out of the 15 that make up the North region of Cameroon have each registered at least one case of yellow fever since October 2011. The Guider health district appears to be the most affected with 11 suspected cases. So far, three deaths have been registered, meaning a 17.6% lethality rate.  
TC-2011-000201-IND Tropical Cyclone India Cyclone Thane made landfall near Chennai on the Tamil Nadu coast in India on 30 Dec 2011, leaving a trail of destruction and killing at least 18 people. Heavy rainfall is forecast for the next 12-24 hours. 
FL-2011-000200-TZA Flood Tanzania Heavy downpours which started on 20 December 2011 have flooded the Dar El Salaam City causing 20 deaths. Over 200 people are injured and approximately 10,000 people (2,000 families) are displaced 
EP-2011-000199-AGO Epidemic Angola More than 100 cases of cholera were registered during the first fortnight of December, in the district of Lucapa, north-eastern Lunda Norte province, claiming various lives. 
FL-2011-000198-PER Flood Peru Hundreds of people affected, infrastructure damaged by floods and landslides that started in Nov in the departments of San Martin, Ayacucho and Cuzco. 
CW-2011-000197-IND Cold Wave India At least 26 people have died in a cold wave sweeping through northern India. 
FL-2011-000196-IDN Flood Indonesia Monthly Humanitarian Update reported that 4 people were killed in West Sumatra and widespread flooding occurred in several other areas.  
FL-2011-000195-IDN Flood Indonesia Monthly Humanitarian Update reported that 4 people were killed in West Sumatra and widespread flooding occurred in several other areas.  
AC-2011-000194-COL Tech. Disaster Colombia Since 12 Nov 2011, an oil spill from a pipeline has been polluting rivers in the Roberto Pay?n and Barbacoas municipalities in western Colombia. At least 880 families along the Saund? and Guelmamb? rivers have no access to safe water and had to suspend their fishing activities. 
OT-2011-000193-SEN Other Senegal Over five hundred thousand people are food insecure in Senegal. According to information from the Ministry of Agriculture, OCHA, FAO and WFP, a total of 28 administrative department in 8 regions countrywide are experiencing acute food scarcity. The North East and the Middle areas of Senegal are most affected by the drought and a bad rainy season. According to an assessment conducted by the Senegalese Red Cross National Society, 21 department in 7 regions have been severely affected and need immediate food assistance and support. They include Kaffrine, Kedougou, Tambacounda, Louga, Lingu?re, Saint Louis and Matam. 
EP-2011-000192-DOM Epidemic Dominican Republic On 7 December the Public Health Provincial Director of Monse?or Nouel province confirmed a cholera outbreak in Bonao municipality, located some 93 Kilometres from Santo Domingo. On that day, 13 new cases with suspected symptoms of diarrhoea, vomits and abdominal pain were registered in Dr. Pedro Emilio de Marchena Hospital in Bonao; figures that increased on the following days. Patients were from the communities of Jima, El Abanico, Blanco, La Base, Ca?o Piedra, Canal Piedra and Seiba, all communities dependent on the R?o de Blanco aqueduct. As a result, the contamination of the aqueduct was considered the main source of the outbreak. Although precise figures are still unclear, provincial health authorities estimate that some 220 persons have been hospitalized, with one fatality reported. However, by 14 December, and after intense measures to contain the outbreak, the number of suspected cases had decreased significantly and only 13 patients were still hospitalized.  
CW-2011-000191-GTM Cold Wave Guatemala Thousands of people in shelters due to a cold wave that started in November. 
FL-2011-000190-AGO Flood Angola About 5,000 people have been affected by serious flooding near the border with the Democratic Republic of Congo. Heavy rains have also caused destruction in the south-eastern Kuando Kubango province. 
TC-2011-000189-PHL Tropical Cyclone Philippines Tropical storm Washi (Sendong) threatens Northeastern Mindanao. Floods occurred in Region IX, affecting about 80 families/400 persons. 
FL-2011-000188-PHL Flood Philippines Floods by heavy rain have affected more than 26,000 people in several regions of the Philippines. 
FL-2011-000187-COD Flood Congo Democratic Republic Heavy rains and flooding occurred in different parts of the country since end of October have affected thousands households, destroyed hundreds houses and crops.  
CW-2011-000186-BRB Cold Wave Barbados die 
VO-2011-000185-IDN Volcano Indonesia Mount Gamalama erupted to spew lava and ash on Ternate in eastern Indonesia, prompting thousands of residents to flee the volcano on one of the former Spice Islands.  
FL-2011-000184-KEN Flood Kenya The expected October-November- December (OND) short rains has so far been characterized by heavy rainfall and storm in various parts of North Eastern, Coast, Upper Eastern, North Rift, South Rift and Western regions of Kenya. The Kenya Meteorological Department (KMED) reports that wet conditions have been sustained in most parts of the country with heavy daily rainfall (greater than 20mm) being experienced in various parts of the country  
FL-2011-000183-TZA Flood Tanzania 9 people killed, more than 6,776 left homeless after heavy rains caused floods and landslides in Kilimanjaro, Arusha and Mbeya regions. 
CW-2011-000182-MEX Cold Wave Mexico State of emergency declared in 71 municipalities due to cold wave in the states of Durango, Zacatecas y Veracruz 
FL-2011-000181-VEN Flood Venezuela Heavy rains caused the overflowing of rivers, affecting 260 families (1.045 people) in Aragua State (December 1st) and 296 families in the district of Cabimas (November 11th). 
FL-2011-000180-PAN Flood Panama Heavy rains triggered floods and landslides in Colon Province, affecting around 2,000 people 
LS-2011-000179-IDN Land Slide Indonesia Four people are dead and 30 others are missing after heavy rain triggered a landslide on the Indonesian island of Nias. 
EP-2011-000178-GHA Epidemic Ghana The cases of Yellow fever being detected in Ghana have been on the rise. The Upper West Region of Ghana has recorded 3 yellow fever cases this year (2011) with one each in Wa Municipality, Jirapa and Wa East Districts. Since the first 4 cases were reported on 12th November 2011, 2 other districts have recorded a case each, namely; Ledzokuku in the Greater Accra Region and Nadowli in the Upper West Region. As at November 18th 2011, one person has been confirmed dead in the Sawla Kalba district of the Northern Region.  
DR-2011-000177-MEX Drought Mexico 2,5 millions affected by drought in northern States of Chihuahua, Coahuila, Durango, San Luis Potos? and Zacatecas. 
DR-2011-000177-USA Drought United States For most of the year, drought conditions and extreme heat affected the Southern Plains and Southwestern portions of the United States causing more than $13 billion worth of damage.  
FL-2011-000176-LKA Flood Sri Lanka A storm packing heavy rain and gusty winds lashed southern Sri Lanka, killing at least 19 and leaving 43 fishermen missing. 
WF-2011-000175-USA Wild fire United States Drought conditions and extreme heat caused wildfires to burn millions of acres in Texas, New Mexico, Nevada, Oklahoma, Arizona, Minnesota and California throughout much of the year. 
EP-2011-000174-KEN Epidemic Kenya Following confirmation of 2 Polio cases in Rongo District, Nyanza Province in September 2011, the Ministry of Public Health and Sanitation (MoPHS) with support of partners announced a 4 phase polio mop up campaign. The first and the second phase of the campaign was conducted from 24 to 28 September and 22 to 26 October respectively targeting 32 districts in Nyanza Province.  
EP-2011-000173-UGA Epidemic Uganda An outbreak of cholera that was first reported in one community in Kasese district on 21" October 2011 and now spreading affecting two sub-counties of Nakiyumbu in Bukonzo West Health Sub-District (HSD) and Maliba in Busongora North HSD has been confirmed by the Ugandan Ministry of Health (MoH). 
DR-2011-000172-MRT Drought Mauritania Dry spells and poor distribution of rainfall in the 2011 growing season (Jul-Oct) resulted in a serious decline in cereal production. Low coping capacity will result in progressively worsening livelihood protection deficits and above-average needs for emergency food assistance. The government announced an intervention program on 10 Nov 2011. 
FL-2011-000171-VNM Flood Viet Nam Heavy rain in central areas of Vietnam for days caused 7 death. In some provinces, traffic system was blocked and many house holds were isolated. 
FL-2011-000170-COL Flood Colombia With the start of the second rainy season in September, more than 281,000 people have already been affected by floods and landslides in most of the country. 
EQ-2011-000169-CHN Earthquake China, People's Republic About 143,800 people have been affected and more than 2,453 houses toppled after a 6.0-magnitude quake jolted northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region. 
CW-2011-000168-USA Cold Wave United States At least 13 deaths have been blamed on the weekend snowstorm, which prompted emergency declarations from the governors of New York, New Jersey, Connecticut and Massachusetts. 
FF-2011-000167-MMR Flash Flood Myanmar More than 100 people were killed in flash floods caused by heavy storms in central Myanmar. 
FL-2011-000166-NIC Flood Nicaragua Nicaragua, like the rest of the countries in Central America, was affected by two low pressure systems which began 12 October. As a consequence, severe rains fell over the northern and western regions, causing serious damage to infrastructure, homes, and crops. The most affected departments are Chinandega, Le?n, Managua, Estel?, Nueva Segovia, Madriz, Carazo, Rivas, Masaya and Granada. The National System for Disaster Prevention, Mitigation and Response (Sistema Nacional para la Prevenci?n, Mitigaci?n y Atenci?n de Desastres, SINAPRED) reported on 19 October that affectation reached 13 departments, 80 municipalities and 546 communities. Current figures of affectation are: ? 5,616 families (28,091 persons) affected. ? 2,042 families (10,278 persons) sheltered in 104 collective centres. ? 5,616 houses affected: 335 destroyed, 3,707 flooded, 1,236 moderated damaged, and 338 under landslide risk. ? 9 deaths, 18 persons injured and 3 missing.  
EP-2011-000165-COG Epidemic Congo, Republic Cholera outbreak started in neighbouring DRC since early June 2011. The first 2 cases were registered in Loukolela on 9 July 2011. The cases are reported to have migrated from the Moungouma village located some 85 km from Loukolela, a village sharing boundaries with DRC's Liranga locality. Presently, the towns of Mossaka, Cuvette, Makotipoko, Loukolela, Likouala and Brazzaville are affected by the epidemic. The Minister of Public Health declared the epidemic on 14 July 2011. 
FL-2011-000164-CAF Flood Central African Republic Since 11 October 2011, torrential rains have been falling in most localities of the Central African Republic (CAR). These rains caused flooding that affected 587 families (roughly 2,935 people) in the 7th subdivision of Bangui , the capital of CAR, and in the Male Local Council of the Paoua Sub Prefecture located about 510 km from Bangui. 
EP-2011-000163-NER Epidemic Niger The cholera outbreak hitting Niger this year has affected seven regions in Niger. The fi~t confirmed cases due to vibrio cholerae were recorded in March 16th. By week 35, 28 active spread sources located in four regions (TillaiJl!ry, Maradi, Zinder and Diffa) were identified. According to the health authorities at the week 35, 1,545 cases with 39 deaths were recorded all over the country with a case fatality rate of 2.52%. In week 38, 240 new cases are reported in addition to the 205 cases and 9 deaths reported in three new spread sources, namely Niamey, Dosso, and Tahoua regions. By week 40, a total of 2,130 cases and 50 deaths had been reported throughout the country. 
EQ-2011-000162-TUR Earthquake Turkey An earthquake of 7.3 magnitude rocked eastern Turkey. Up to 1,000 people could lie dead under the rubble. 
FL-2011-000161-SOM Flood Somalia Heavy rains and flooding in southern Somalia have displaced 1,000 households and impede delivery of humanitarian aid. 
OT-2011-000160-KEN Other Kenya Twenty years after the first Somali refugees fled the crisis that ousted President Siad Barre, more than 900,000 Somalis are now refugees in neighboring countries and some 1.5 million are internally displaced. Thousands of them continue to pour across the border to north-eastern of Kenya into the largest refugee complex in the world (Dadaab). Consequent years of drought, shrinking humanitarian space and lack of access to the affected populations in South-Central Somalia, especially in areas where famine is declared and are largely controlled by Alshabab Militant movement, have worsened the food insecurity conditions and triggered population influx towards neighboring countries, with Kenya being the largest recipient country 
TC-2011-000159-MEX Tropical Cyclone Mexico More than 90,000 people affected by Hurricane Jova in the states of Colima, Jalisco, Tabasco, Oaxaca and Campeche. 
AC-2011-000158-NZL Tech. Disaster New Zealand On Wednesday, a stranded cargo ship, the Rena, had run aground after an oil spill on the Astrolable Reef off port Tarunga, New Zealand. The Maritime New Zealand estimates 350 tonnes of oil leaked from the Rena, and it is believed the ship had 1,900 tonnes of oil and diesel on-board. Despite an International salvage response to refloat the vessel the situation has worsened over the past few days due to the adverse weather conditions. The Rena has suffered substantial structure failure, with cracks appearing in the hull. This has been caused by the movement of the vessel as the stern, which has remained afloat, shifting with the waves, while the front part of the ship remains stuck on the reef. Urgent aerial surveillance is required. Current weather conditions are hampering such operations. Suitable EOS applications are now required to assist in the detection of pollution. The owners of the ship are making every effort to minimise any further damages to the environment. International Disaster Charter (IDC) has been triggered by this event. 
TC-2011-000157-CRI Tropical Cyclone Costa Rica Similarly to many other countries in Central America, Costa Rica has been affected by the intense rainfall brought by Tropical Depression 12-E (TD 12-E). This weather front, combined with the effects of previous precipitations and the saturation of soils since early October, has caused severe damages in the Western and Southern regions of Costa Rica, (Valle Central, Pac?fico Sur, Pac?fico Central, Huetar Norte, Huetar Atl?ntica) particularly in the provinces of Guanacaste and Puntarenas where a state of yellow alert was declared by the government on 8 October.  
TC-2011-000157-GTM Tropical Cyclone Guatemala TD 12-E has caused damaged to 3,000 houses and public infrastructure. 
TC-2011-000157-SLV Tropical Cyclone El Salvador More than 5,000 people in shelters due to floods caused by Tropical Depression '12E'. 
FL-2011-000156-HTI Flood Haiti Heavy rains from 6-10 Oct caused important flooding in southern departments of Sud, Nippes and Grande Anse. 416 households evacuated to emergency shelters. 
TC-2011-000155-PHL Tropical Cyclone Philippines On 10 October 2011, the active low pressure area (ALPA) East of Mindanao developed into a tropical depression and maintained its strength as it moved in a Westward direction. On 11 October, it intensified into a storm as it continues to threaten Eastern Visayas and Northeastern Mindanao. Based on initial report, around 74 families in Cagayan de Oro City and 150 families in Misamis Oriental were affected and evacuated to higher grounds due to floods caused by heavy rains induced by Tropical Storm "Ramon".  
OT-2011-000154-ETH Other Ethiopia A week after fighting broke out between the Sudan Armed Forces and members of the Sudan People?s Liberation Movement (North) September 1st approximately, the volatile security situation in Sudan?s Blue Nile State continues to drive civilians out of their homes into exile in Ethiopia. Initially 4,000 refugees entering into Kurmuk, in western Ethiopia. This followed reports of renewed clashes in the Sudan side of Kurmuk. There are an estimated 20,000 plus Sudanese refugees who crossed into Ethiopia over the past week. The humanitarian needs are expected to increase as existing Government of Ethiopia (GoE/ARRA) and UNHCR camp capacity is overwhelmed. With hostilities escalating new camp sites have been identified and are under preparation in anticipation of increased caseloads.  
EP-2011-000153-CAF Epidemic Central African Republic A cholera epidemic has been declared in the CAR, with 16 victims as of 8 October, and a few cases in the capital Bangui. 
TC-2011-000152-DMA Tropical Cyclone Dominica Tropical Storm Ophelia developed and passed across the northern Caribbean since 21 September. This tropical storm lingered northeast of Dominica and produced heavy rains over the island from 25 to 29 September, 2011. This resulted in unprecedented flooding which has isolated Layou Village, caused landslides in many locations (including Campbell), washed away cars and made impassable many roads. 
DR-2011-000150-AFG Drought Afghanistan Limited snow and rainfall during the past winter and spring have resulted in slow-onset drought in the north, north east and west of Afghanistan, further exacerbating an already critical situation for many communities that are in conflict-affected, insecure and under-developed areas. Immediate needs are related to food security and agriculture, nutrition, health and access to water for almost three million people. 
TC-2011-000149-PHL Tropical Cyclone Philippines Typhoon Nalgae, struck on Saturday, 1 October 2011, following almost the same route as Typhoon Nesat. Nalgae hit Isabela province and although it did not cause widespread adverse conditions, heavy rains in the Cordillera mountain region pose a new threat of flash floods and landslides as water from the soaked slopes makes way to tributaries and rivers in Central Luzon. 
FL-2011-000148-KHM Flood Cambodia Floods kill 61 in Cambodia in the last two weeks.  
TC-2011-000147-CHN Tropical Cyclone China, People's Republic Typhoon Nesat made landfall in southern China's Hainan province, bringing strong winds and rain to Wengitan Township and nearby areas, Xinhua reported.Chinese authorities evacuated 300,000 people as they prepared for the effects of the typhoon. 
TC-2011-000147-PHL Tropical Cyclone Philippines On 24 September 2011, the Tropical Storm East of Southern Luzon entered the Philippine Area of Responsibility and was named "PEDRING" (NESAT). Tropical Storm "PEDRING" has accelerated and intensified further as it continues to move Westward towards Isabela-Aurora Area. As of 10:00 PM, 26 September 2011, Typhoon "Pedring" was located at East Southeast of Casiguran, Quezon. The NDRRMC and Regional Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Councils (RDRRMCs) concerned activated their respective Opcens while the Local DRRMCs through their LDRRM Offices have been on alert status and have pre-positioned their resources in terms of supplies, equipment and manpower in anticipation of the possible landfall of said Typhoon. "PEDRING" has accelerated and intensified further as it continues to move Westward towards Isabela-Aurora Area. As of 2:00 PM, 26 September, there were 3,186 passengers stranded in various sea ports in Regions IV-A, IV-B, V and VII.  
TC-2011-000147-VNM Tropical Cyclone Viet Nam Typhoon Nesat is forecast to hit provinces from northern Quang Ninh to central Nghe An tomorrow afternoon, Sep 30, warned the National Hydro-meteorological Forecasting Centre. 
DR-2011-000146-TUV Drought Tuvalu Tuvalu, a country of nine islands north of Fiji has a population of about 10,000 people with almost 50 per cent living on Funafuti, which is the capital island. The country depends mostly on rain water with some islands having access to ground water. Since early this year, all islands in the group have been suffering from lack of water due to the LaNina effect, which has impacted the islands? agriculture and daily water consumption. Nukulaelae, an island south of Funafuti has reported that the island is very low on fresh drinking water and has requested the government for assistance.  
DR-2011-000145-TZA Drought Tanzania In August 2011, the Tanzanian's government announced that country wide about one million people in 56 districts in 16 regions were affected by the drought,  
EQ-2011-000144-GTM Earthquake Guatemala At least 3,000 people in shelters after earthquakes struck the Department of Santa Rosa on 19 Sep. 
FF-2011-000143-SSD Flash Flood South Sudan Flash floods have affected displaced Abyei population in and around Agok. 
TC-2011-000140-JPN Tropical Cyclone Japan More than a million people in the central Japan city of Nagoya were advised to evacuate on Tuesday as typhoon Roke approached the country, bringing heavy rain.  
FL-2011-000139-CHN Flood China, People's Republic Floods have left 57 people dead and 29 others missing in three Chinese provinces that have been hit by heavy rains since Sept. 1, the Ministry of Civil Affairs said in a statement on Monday. More than 12 million people have been affected by the latest round of heavy rains, while strong flooding has forced the evacuations of more than 1.21 million people in Henan, Shaanxi and Sichuan provinces, according to the ministry. 
FL-2011-000138-IND Flood India This year, India has witnessed severe floods in six states, affecting more than 11 million people across India. The Indian Red Cross Society (IRCS) launched a domestic appeal to seek support of the domestic donors for the flood affected states. However, response to the appeal has so far been limited. More recently 2.2 million people have also been affected by floods in the Odisha (formerly known as Orissa) state, which was originally not under the domestic appeal, but will now be included. As the IRCS capacities are already stressed to cope with the situation, DREF has been requested to allow Indian Red Cross to support 75,000 beneficiaries in Odisha through distribution of non food relief items and safe drinking water. Where required, volunteers will carry out dissemination of hygiene promotion and safe storage of water in emergencies. In the coming weeks, IRCS will revise their domestic appeal to include Odisha. 
FL-2011-000137-VNM Flood Viet Nam Prolonged downpours have caused flooding in several central and southern provinces, claimed 4 lives in the Cuu Long (Mekong) Delta province,inundated 175 houses in Binh Thuan province. 
EQ-2011-000136-BTN Earthquake Bhutan According to a report from the Bhutan Department of Disaster Management, the earthquake that struck the Himalaya region bordering north India and Nepal on 18 September 2011 has caused one death, injured 16, and damaged about 4,000 houses. Further assessment is underway especially in remote and scattered villages. 
EQ-2011-000136-CHN Earthquake China, People's Republic Seven people have died and 136 others have been injured in Tibet, China after the region was hit Sunday evening by a strong earthquake centered in the state of Sikkim in northern India. 
EQ-2011-000136-IND Earthquake India A 6.8 intensity earthquake that ravaged the Sikkim-Nepal border region at 18:10 hrs(IST), jolting large parts of India, Bangladesh and Nepal and causing widespread panic. Major relief and rescue operation are underway to save people who are still trapped.The epicenter of the quake was Mangan, 64 km from Gangtok in Sikkim, causing major damages in the area. 
EQ-2011-000136-NPL Earthquake Nepal At least 16 people have been killed and dozens injured in India and Nepal after a 6.8-magnitude earthquake struck the region. 
FL-2011-000135-THA Flood Thailand Floods have killed 37 people in north and north-eastern Thailand, and some 1.5 million people are affected. Thirteen provinces still remain under water even after tropical storm Nock Ten. Weeks of torrential rains poured, prompting rivers to swell before eventually overflowing. Excess river water gushed into neighboring refugee camps in the Mae Hongson province, destroying hundreds of temporary shelters and causing substantial destruction. Mae Ra Ma Luang and Mae La Oon camps were badly affected, forcing more than 2,000 people to flee their homes. 
FL-2011-000133-MEX Flood Mexico At least 73 deaths and more than 40,000 people affected by heavy rains in the states of Chiapas, Estado de M?xico, Guerrero, Oaxaca, Sinaloa, Tabasco y Veracruz. 
FL-2011-000132-UGA Flood Uganda Heavy rains over the last one month in some parts of Uganda have resulted into serious flooding, landslides and water logging causing massive death and damage to property and crops. The districts of Bulambuli has been most affected with the rains causing massive landslides that have resulted in the death of 26 people while scores of others remain unaccounted for and are feared dead under the rubbles that have not been cleared. As the rains continue, there are fears of further damage to lives and property in the many part s of the country. So far, URCS has established that over 12,615 households have been affected by heavy rains that have caused storms, floods and landslides in now 12 districts in Uganda.  
FL-2011-000131-GIN Flood Guinea This year again, the Republic of Guinea has been struck by several series of floods, in particular the Prefectures of Lab? (city centre), Siguiri (sub-prefectures of Niandankoro, K?ni?bakoura and the urban district of Mandiana (Kini?ran), Gaoual (City centre and district of Madina Bangaya), Matam (Heremakonon) and Matoto (Yimbaya market). The floods have caused important material damage with 2,645 families affected, or 16,143 persons, including more than 4000 homeless. The displaced persons are accommodated in temporary sites (schools, stores, neighbours, public buildings, etc).  
FL-2011-000130-PAK Flood Pakistan The monsoon spells that started on 9 August 2011, have caused inundation and affected a large number of people in Punjab and Sindh provinces. According to local authorities in Sindh, the flash floods have caused at least 23 deaths, injuries, extensive losses of livestock, mud (katcha) houses and field crops (cotton and rice crops and red chillies) in the two provinces.  
FL-2011-000129-MLI Flood Mali The recent floods in Mali have affected many locations. The following regions were the most affected: Timbuktu (cities of Goundam and Gossi); Mopti (village of Sana) in the commune of Koro; Sikasso; Kidal (city of Kidal); Kayes (Diboly, in 5 villages); Koulikoro (prefecture of Kangaba). 
TC-2011-000128-JPN Tropical Cyclone Japan Typhoon Talas hits western Japan. 40 persons are dead and 55 missing, 100 persons are injured, more than 15000 houses are flooded after heavy rains and fierce winds. 
FL-2011-000127-HND Flood Honduras More 400 than houses have been damaged by high tides on the Pacific Coast. Around 155 families were taken to shelters. 
EP-2011-000126-BDI Epidemic Burundi Since August 3rd 2011, many diarrhoea cases have been notified in different health centers of the 5 province. After 10 days, the National Laboratory confirmed the cholera outbreak and the Minister of Health declared the cholera outbreak in the country. The Burundi Red Cross Society in coordination with other partners involved in health emergencies operations carried out an assessment, where cholera outbreak cases were notified. In total, 4 provinces were affected: Bururi, Cibitoke, Bujumbura town and Bujumbura rural. In Bubanza, 7 suspected cases have been notified. The most immediate needs were safe water, hygiene kit and disinfection of the origin of cholera cases.  
FL-2011-000124-ETH Flood Ethiopia Floods have been reported in Amhara, Tigray, Somali and Afar regions. 
FL-2011-000123-RUS Flood Russia Heavy rains raised the water level of the river Sunzha causing the dam burst and inundation and flooding of houses in the city of Grozny and surrounding neighbourhoods. The local NS branch defined 950 families as the most vulnerable (older people, single-parent families). That is approximately 3500 people.  
FL-2011-000122-NER Flood Niger Since mid August 2011, Niger has been experiencing heavy rains causing flooding in Tillaberi (Ouallam, Tera, Tillab?ri and Kollo); Tahoua (Abalack, Konni, Tchintabaraden, Azai, Tabalack, Bouza), Maradi (Mayayi) and Dosso Regions. Nine (9) people have been reported dead because of the floods accompanied by strong winds. In addition, over 1?750 houses have been destroyed and over 28?175 people have been left homeless. The affected people have taken refuge in schools, mosques or in their neighbours or relatives? houses or have used other means to take shelter. A total of 1?929 ha of crops have been destroyed or washed away.  
DR-2011-000121-CHN Drought China, People's Republic A persistent drought in Guizhou Province has created a water shortage for 5.5 million people and 2.8 million livestock, local authorities said. 
FL-2011-000120-SDN Flood Sudan Floods have been reported since early August in North and South Darfur, Blue Nile and Khartoum State. 
TC-2011-000119-CHN Tropical Cyclone China, People's Republic A tropical storm Nanmadol made a landfall in Fujian's Jinjiang early Wednesday, causing losses of more than 44 million yuan (6.9 million U.S. dollars). 
TC-2011-000119-PHL Tropical Cyclone Philippines More than 11,700 people affected as Typhoon Mina triggered flash floods and landslides. 
TC-2011-000119-TWN Tropical Cyclone Taiwan (China) Typhoon Nanmadol is moving northwestward towards east China's Fujian Province after making a landfall in Taiwan early Monday morning, bringing heavy rains and winds of 10 km per hour. 
FL-2011-000118-GTM Flood Guatemala Floods triggered by heavy rains have affected more than 6,000 people in the department of Santa Rosa. 
AC-2011-000117-COM Tech. Disaster Comoros More than 50 people have been killed in a shipwreck off the Comoros, Euronews reported. The passenger boat sunk in rough seas after its engines failed, according to initial reports. The vessel was ferrying more than 100 people from the capital Moroni to the island of Anjouan when it hit rocks off the coast of the main island. A large number of those on board managed to swim to safety ashore. Authorities say others perished in the submerged wreckage. Their remains will only be found when the seas calm. 
ST-2011-000116-PRY SEVERE LOCAL STORM Paraguay Around four in the afternoon on 8 August a hailstorm with strong winds struck the department of Itapúa, destroying homes and crops. The most affected areas are the districts of Mayor Otao and Carlos Antonio López, which are located 180 kilometres to the north of Encarnación, the departmental capital. The hailstorm, which lasted around half and hour and carried hails as large as 8 cm, created serious damages to the fibre cement roofing used in the area. The situation was then exacerbated when the hailstorm was followed by strong rain. Thus far the police has not informed about death related to the emergency.  
FL-2011-000115-KEN Flood Kenya Heavy rains have been experienced in northwestern Kenya with several cases of flash flooding in Kisumu East, Nyando, and Turkana districts reported. Around Kakuma, an estimated 60,000 people experienced flooding for a 48-hour period with water sources, latrines and homes damaged. 
TC-2011-000114-BHS Tropical Cyclone Bahamas Category 2/3 Hurricane Irene passed over The Bahamas from August 23'" to August 26'h 2011. Moving across the entire archipelago, hurricane force winds and rain impacted the entire chain of islands causing damage and disrupting services in sorne islands. Hurricane Irene also passed over the Turks and Caicos Islands on August 24'h 2011 as a Category 1 hurricane resulting in damage. Preliminary reports are that impact occurred on the Southern and Central Islands of Cat Island, Great Exuma, long Island, Crooked Island, and Eleuthera affecting up to 10,000 persons. There are no reports of deaths or injuries. Approximately 150 houses were damaged and an additional number of schools and public buildings receiving varying degree of damage. Several of the islands fisherman received wind damage to fishing boats and impacts on health systems were limited and did not disrupt health services. Most severe impact was caused by downed power lines to the electricity grid and an approximate 10,000 persons remain without power. Due to power outages, compounded impacts in food security and water systems which rely on consistent power are affected. The disaster situation is expected to improve as power is restored gradually to the affected islands. Prior to the hurricane impacting The Bahamas, relatively high cases of dengue were present in main island of New Providence. Although other islands did not have the same dengue situation prior to the hurricane, there is a concern that additional water and lack of attention to the situation could increase dengue. 
TC-2011-000114-DOM Tropical Cyclone Dominican Republic In the Dominican Republic 24 provinces are on red alert and the remaining 8 are in yellow alert; heavy rains started around noon yesterday in the northern provinces.  
TC-2011-000114-HTI Tropical Cyclone Haiti Red alert issued ahead of Hurricane Irene, with flood and landslide warnings for the North, Centre and Artibonite regions. 
TC-2011-000114-USA Tropical Cyclone United States Hurricane Irene killed at least 20 people, left some 5 million homes and businesses without electricity, caused widespread flooding and downed thousands of trees.  
TC-2011-000113-BLZ Tropical Cyclone Belize After Tropical Storm Harvey made landfall in southern Belize on Aug 20, flash floods were reported and some houses damaged or destroyed. 
EP-2011-000112-MLI Epidemic Mali Cholera outbreak in Mopti and Tombouctou has affected at least 600 people and 19 deaths have been reported. 
MS-2011-000110-UGA Mud Slide Uganda Mudslide caused by heavy rains left over 6,400 in need of urgent re-settlement, 5 injured and 3 bodies still trapped under debris. WFP is distributing food aid to 26 families with assistance of Red Cross. 
FL-2011-000109-PAK Flood Pakistan Floods and landslides have affected Ghanche District in Gilgit-Baltistan. Hundreds of houses were damaged and crop areas affected. 
FL-2011-000108-SEN Flood Senegal Since 1 August 2011, the western central regions of Senegal have been experiencing torrential rains. Some 5,214 people have been affected by the floods (latest update from the field) in Thies. Additional rains caused flash floods, increasing the vulnerability of the community. The situation is chaotic in the city and some essential services have been disrupted. The discharge of septic tanks and wastewater make people fear a threat of outbreak. 
FL-2011-000107-MMR Flood Myanmar Torrential rains persisted from 7 until 9 August across the nation, causing floods in some Regions and States in Myanmar. 
FL-2011-000106-GHA Flood Ghana The eastern region of Ghana experienced heavy flooding between 21 - 25 July, 2011. At least five people were killed and more than 10,000 were displaced. Heavy rains and flooding have been reported in the east of the country at the end of July. At least five people have been killed and more than 10,000 people have been displaced. 
TC-2011-000105-HTI Tropical Cyclone Haiti Tropical Storm Emily approached La Hispaniola Island on 4 August 2011 with sustained winds that measured as high as 85 km/h and had stronger wind gust. On 3 August 2011, the National Emergency Operation Centre (NEOC) in the Dominican Republic had declared a red alert for 26 provinces, and a yellow alert for 6 more. On midday, 4 August, the number of displaced people registered by the NEOC had raised to 5,013 persons. In Haiti, the Permanent Secretariat of Risk Management and Disaster (SPGRD) maintains a vigilance level of red alert and predicts persistent threats of heavy rainfall, strong winds, with risks of landslides and floods across the country including the South-East, West, South, Grand-Anse, Nippes, and Artibonite departments. 
LS-2011-000104-ECU Land Slide Ecuador Heavy rains have caused flooding and landslides in the Sucumbios province, which borders Colombia. Authorities have declared an emergency in the area. At least seven people have died and 150 are affected, among them several Colombian refugees. 
EP-2011-000103-VNM Epidemic Viet Nam Hand-foot-mouth disease (HFMD) continues to spread in 49 provinces in Vietnam. Updated as of 1 August, there are about 25,918 and 74 infected and death cases respectively.  
FL-2011-000102-BRA Flood Brazil Starting in June, heavy rains and flooding have been reported in areas in northern, north-eastern and southern Brazil. More than 355,000 people were affected by floods after several days of heavy rains in the northern state of Roraima in June. In the north-eastern states of Pernambuco and Para?ba 13,000 people were evacuated after rains that caused landslides and overflowing of rivers in July. In the South, 51,000 have been affected by rains in the state of Rio Grande do Sul. 
TC-2011-000100-LAO Tropical Cyclone Lao People's Democratic Republic Nock Ten Tropical storm hit 7 provinces in Northern and Central part of Lao PDR on 29-31 junly 2011, Caused 1 person killing. Currently the PDMC are Collecting Dammage Data. 
TC-2011-000099-CHN Tropical Cyclone China, People's Republic More than 360,000 people were evacuated in east China's Shandong Province on Monday as tropical storm Muifa continues to move along the country's eastern coast. 
TC-2011-000099-PHL Tropical Cyclone Philippines Tropical Cyclone ?Kabayan? (International name: Muifa) was located at east of Tuguegarao City in Philippines on 31 July, and continued to enhance monsoon rains. The TC has caused floods and landslides, affected over 3,000 and claimed over 5 lives.  
EP-2011-000098-TCD Epidemic Chad This year, severe cholera outbreak, meningitis, and measles hit the southern part of the country. At the same time, polio is spreading in 15/61 districts. A total of 80 cases were registered in Mai out of 230 cases reported in 4 endemic countries and 3 re-established transmission countries. Despite scaled up immunization campaign and the fact that Chad has been declared polio free, polio has re-established and Chad has the highest number of cases worldwide, which is 34%.  
FL-2011-000097-JPN Flood Japan Heavy rain which started on 28 July caused floods and landslides in Niigata, Japan. More than 500 houses have been innundated so far. 
FL-2011-000096-PRK Flood Korea, Democratic People's Republic Between June 23 and July 16, 2011, Nampo city, South Hamyong, North and South Hwanghae were hit by torrential rains, causing extensive flooding. More than 3,000 dwellings destroyed. 
TC-2011-000095-CHN Tropical Cyclone China, People's Republic Nearly 190,000 evacuated as tropical storm Nock-Ten hits south China 
TC-2011-000095-PHL Tropical Cyclone Philippines Tropical storm "Juaning"(International name: Nock-ten) makes landfall in Aurora province this morning. Death toll climbs to 20, and affects over 600,000. 
TC-2011-000095-THA Tropical Cyclone Thailand The Department of Disaster Prevention and Mitigation (DDPM) has concluded that there are almost 200,000 people and 30,000 rai of farmland in 15 provinces under impact of tropical storm Nock Ten. 
CW-2011-000094-CHL Cold Wave Chile A cold weather front has impacted the Bio-b?o and Araucan?a regions, bringing snowstorms and low temperatures above yearly averages. Approximately 25,000 persons have been affected, and thousands of Mapuches and Pehuenhue indigenous families are completely isolated. 
FL-2011-000093-BGD Flood Bangladesh A considerable number of districts in Bangladesh have reported flooding during the past two days with Cox?s Bazar district badly affected. Seasonal floods were compounded by factors such as heavier rainfall, increase of tidal water level due to depression in the Bay of Bengal and overflow of water from areas upstream (the hills of India and Mayanmar). Around 300,000 people in Cox's Bazar district are reported to be marooned as the flood situation deteriorated. Many people have moved to cyclone shelters, school buildings while some seek refuge on the main roads along with families and livestock as rainwater has now entered into their houses. To date the area has suffered a loss of ten lives due to this year?s floods. 
EP-2011-000092-NGA Epidemic Nigeria There has been another outbreak of cholera in Plateau State, Northern part of Nigeria. Information from the health sector reported 70 cases with 3 deaths, however consequent assessment by a joint assessment team including the NRCS showed that the total number affected had risen to about 410 people with death toll at 24 as at 12th July 2011. Further to this, preliminary assessments by the NRCS and also recent health information from the Government report that 4 other states in North West Nigeria have been affected, namely Bauchi, Taraba, Adamawa, and Kaduna bringing the total number of cases reported to 1668 with 43 deaths recorded between the last week of June and 8th July 2011. 
FL-2011-000091-BEN Flood Benin Continous and reoccuring heavy rains since the first week of July, 2011 has resulted into severe flooding of municipalities and communities of Lokossa, Athi?m? Bopa in Mono and in the Cotonou Littoral. These areas are classified as high risk flood areas. According to information received from local authorities and local branches of the Red Cross, some districts that has never been flooded before were affected by the flood. Due to lack of access to this areas at the moment because the roads have been cut-off, detailed assessment of the areas have not been carried out, though reports from local authorities shows that dozens of huts built of black earth collapsed affecting about 500 households within the inaccessible areas. No loss of lives has been reported due to the Early Warning System that was put in place in the 22 municipalities, but there has been extensive damage to poultry and livestock; also hectatres of farmalnd and crops has been destroyed.  
EQ-2011-000090-UZB Earthquake Uzbekistan At least 13 people in Uzbekistan have been killed in a 6.1-magnitude earthquake centred in Kyrgyzstan near the two countries' border. 
TC-2011-000089-JPN Tropical Cyclone Japan A large and powerful typhoon lashed Shikoku Island and parts of the Kinki region in western Japan early Wednesday, leaving one people missing and 50 injured in 15 prefectures. 
FF-2011-000088-NGA Flash Flood Nigeria A heavy downpour that started about 5 a.m. on the early hours of Sunday, 10th July, 2011 in Nigeria and lasted for about 17 hours led to massive flooding mostly of the entire Lagos metropolis, economical capital of country. This led to displacement of people from their homes, serious traffic congestion on roads, destruction of property, and worse, people were reportedly killed in the incidence. Thousands of persons were affected by the floods with many rendered homeless as their houses were submerged by flood water while properties including vehicles were washed due to the intensity of the flood. 
LS-2011-000087-NPL Land Slide Nepal Officials in Nepal say monsoon rains have triggered landslides Friday in two villages, killing six people, with 10 others believed to be buried in the debris. 
AC-2011-000086-RUS Tech. Disaster Russia The cruise ship Bulgaria was caught by a storm on the Volga river in Tatarstan on Sunday, 10 July 2011, at about 14.00pm and sank within minutes at one of the widest points of the river claiming the lives of 130 people, 60 of which are believed to be children.  
CW-2011-000085-BOL Cold Wave Bolivia The department of Potosi (south east border with Chile) has been declared a disaster area due to the cold front affecting the country. The snow has reached a height of 1.60 meter in some communities and is affecting about 6,000 people, plus 41,000 cattle?s heads. 
FL-2011-000084-IND Flood India Floods triggered by monsoon rains have affected more than 2,500,000, killed more than 130 across the country. West Bengal, Bihar, Kerala are the most affected.  
EP-2011-000083-ZWE Epidemic Zimbabwe Since the beginning of 2011, ten out of the country?s 62 districts, namely Bikita, Buhera, Chimanimani, Chegutu, Chipinge, Chiredzi, Kadoma, Murewa, Mutare and Mutasa, have reported cholera cases. A total of 1,134 cholera cases and 45 deaths were reported by the 12th of June 2011, giving a crude case fatality rate of 4.0%. Of the total reported cases, 320 were confirmed positive by laboratory tests. The majority of cases 870 (77%) were reported from Manicaland province where 697 (80%) of reported cases were from Chipinge. Chiredzi and Chipinge districts reported cholera cases in the last three weeks of June 2011.  
FL-2011-000082-NPL Flood Nepal Rain-fed rivers continue to wreak havoc in Sunsari district, causing displacement of hundreds of people.  
TC-2011-000081-MEX Tropical Cyclone Mexico At least six people were confirmed dead in Mexico after Tropical Storm Arlene drenched much of the country with heavy rains and left thousands homeless, officials said. 
EP-2011-000080-MDV Epidemic Maldives In the first half of 2011, a total of 1,289 cases of dengue were reported to the Centre for Community Health and Disease Control (CCHDC) of the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare. 
CE-2011-000079-SDN Complex Emergency Sudan Following the contested elections in South Kordofan State results announcements, tensions built up between the main political parties (SPLM ? Sudan People?s Liberation Movement and NCP- National Congress Party) taking part in the elections with the SPLM candidate claiming widespread fraud. The rising political tension spilled out into active fighting on 5th of June, starting in Kadugli, the capital of South Kordofan State and spreading throughout the state within days and affecting populations in 11 out of the 19 localities. The fighting, which involved use of both ground and air strikes, put thousands of people in need of urgent humanitarian assistance. Estimates indicate more than 70,000 people are affected by this crisis and even as the situation is reportedly calming down it remains fragile and unpredictable . Within 10 days of the fighting populations affected are reported to have moved out of the conflict zones towards North Kordofan State (App. 18,500 People) and as far as to Khartoum State (App. 5,000 persons are reported to have arrived and settled in scattered shanty areas mainly Mayo, Umbada, and Haj Yousif in Khartoum). Looting and private property destruction of both civilians and humanitarian agencies was reported to be rampant during this period, making a population already vulnerable due to a long lasting conflict, even more so with little to use to meet their immediate needs and restore their livelihoods and a hampered humanitarian response to assist them.  
EP-2011-000078-MDV Epidemic Maldives In the first half of 2011, a total of 1289 cases (total Maldivian population approximately 300,000) of dengue were reported to the Centre for Community Health and Disease Control (CCHDC). This represents a significant increase in the number of cases reported over the same period in the past two years. According to the reports, most cases are being identified within island communities (i.e. outside Male?) especially amongst children under the age of five. Four deaths were reported (over June 28-29) all being young children. 
FL-2011-000077-LAO Flood Lao People's Democratic Republic On 24-25 June, Haima Tropical Storm Caused heavy rain falls and strong wind, whichd resulted in flood and flasflood in 13 district of 4 provinces ( Xiengkoung, Viengtian, Boolikhamxay, Xayaboury) Caused 8 people have been killed, 3 people misssing more than 45,281 people affected, provincial reported 
EP-2011-000076-COD Epidemic Congo Democratic Republic 893 cases of cholera and 50 deaths have been reported in Bandundu Province since late May. 3 cases have been registered in Kinshasa.  
EP-2011-000075-COG Epidemic Congo, Republic The city of Pointe Noire is again experiencing an epidemic. After cholera and polio, measles was officially declared June 10, 2011 by local authorities of Pointe Noire. There are already 687 cases and 32 deaths recorded in various hospitals since the outbreak of the disease. 
EP-2011-000074-COG Epidemic Congo, Republic A chikungunya outbreak has been hitting the capital city of Brazzaville, as well as Pointe Noire and Pool divisions since the end of May 2011.  
ST-2011-000073-CAF SEVERE LOCAL STORM Central African Republic Since 11 June 2011, Bangui the capital city of the Central African Republic (CAR) is affected by violent wind coupled with torrential rains. The situation worsened over the weekend of 18 to 19 June 2011 with serious consequences in 7 neighbourhoods of the 6th subdivision of Bangui. 
FL-2011-000072-LAO Flood Lao People's Democratic Republic On 24-25 june 2011, Haima Tropical Storm Caused heavy rain falls and strong wind, wich resulted in flood and flash flood in 4 provinces ( Xiengkoung, Viengtian, Boolikhamxay, Xayaboury Provinces)based on the preliminary provincial report. Currently PDMC are Collecting Dammage Data. 
FF-2011-000071-GEO Flash Flood Georgia In Western and Eastern Georgia many regions were affected by unceasing rains from 12 to 22 June 2011 with landslides that followed. Seven people lost their lives. Over 3,000 houses have been affected, out of which 1,500 are badly damaged.  
TC-2011-000070-CHN Tropical Cyclone China, People's Republic Heavy downpours brought on by tropical storm Haima, which landed on the coast of south China's Guangdong Province Thursday morning, have affected some 5,100 people and forced the evacuation of 800 of them. 
TC-2011-000069-PHL Tropical Cyclone Philippines More than 53,000 people are in evacuation centres following days of torrential rains caused by Tropical Storm Meari. 
FL-2011-000068-CHN Flood China, People's Republic Continuous downpours from 3 to 5 June 2011 have triggered floods and left 13 people missing in southwest China's Guizhou Province. 
FL-2011-000067-PHL Flood Philippines Widespread rains over eastern and southern Mindanao have caused flooding and flashfloods in nine provinces of Mindanao, affecting 120,038 families (611,196 individuals). 
FF-2011-000066-TJK Flash Flood Tajikistan As a result of heavy rains on 11-12 June 2011, floods hit Sughd province in the northern part of Tajikistan, affecting 7 villages in 3 districts of the province. According to the preliminary data received from the Red Crescent Society of Tajikistan`s Sughd province branches, the number of disaster affected dwellings in three districts is more than 213 houses (or some 1,278 people), out of which 99 houses have been badly damaged and 35 houses totally destroyed; internal roads, drinking water supply system, irrigation water supply line, electricity lines, farmland and gardens have been devastated and many domestic animals killed in Asht, Ghonchi and Panjikent districts of Sughd province  
WF-2011-000065-RUS Wild fire Russia Since April 2011, the Russian government has been implementing an emergency forest fire assistance contingency plan. 142 hotbeds of wildfires with the total area 5,139.85 hectares have been registered in the Russian Federation mainly in Siberia and the Far East but rapidly spreading to the Urals and European regions within last twenty four hours. 127 hotbeds within the area of 3,855.05 hectares have been extinguished. 185 hotbeds, including those that emerged earlier and 16 large ones continue burning. The area of active burning is 342.43 hectares.  
OT-2011-000064-NER Other Niger Since 26 February 2011, thousands of Nigeriens mostly young men fleeing violence in Libya are crossing the borders into Niger every week.  
FL-2011-000063-HTI Flood Haiti 20 deaths, 6 injured and 6 missing persons have been reported as a result of flooding and landslides following severe rain in the West and Nippes departments. 
CW-2011-000062-PER Cold Wave Peru Since May 2011, more than 13,400 people have been affected by freezing temperatures in several provinces in the Andes. 
FL-2011-000061-DOM Flood Dominican Republic Heavy rains have prompted the evacuation of more than 4,000 people. The Government has declared a red alert for several regions in the country. 
FL-2011-000060-RUS Flood Russia Heavy rains raised the water level of the rivers causing inundation and flooding of houses and agricultural land in four districts of the Republic of Adygeya and in five districts in Krasnodarskiy region of the Russian Federation. According to information from the Adygeya Red Cross branch and the Ministry of Labour and Social Welfare, 102 houses have been completely destroyed, and 2,112 flooded. More than 9,000 people are affected, 1,755 of them are children. 1,000 people have been relocated to hosting families or relatives. A state of emergency has officially been declared in the affected areas. The local meteorological service forecasts envisage a second wave of heavy rains in the coming days., 
FL-2011-000059-CHN Flood China, People's Republic China has evacuated more than 60,000 people in the nation's southwest, after torrential rain triggered floods that killed one and left another 15 missing. 
DR-2011-000058-CHN Drought China, People's Republic The drought, started in April, has affected 3.29 million people and 950,000 livestock. 
EP-2011-000057-DEU Epidemic Germany On 22 May, Germany reported a significant increase in the number of patients with haemolytic uremic syndrome (HUS) and bloody diarrhoea caused by Shiga toxin-producing E. coli (STEC). Since the end of April, 138 cases of HUS have been reported. While HUS, caused by STEC infections, is usually observed in children under 5 years of age, in this outbreak the great majority of cases are adults, with more than two thirds being women. Two of the HUS cases have died. Preliminary diagnostic investigations indicate that serogroup O104 (Stx2-positve, eae-negative) might be the causative agent. 
FL-2011-000056-LKA Flood Sri Lanka More than 8600 persons have been affected by heavy rain, floods and landslides in the Kegalle, Galle, Gampaha, Colombo and Kalutara Districts 
LS-2011-000055-MYS Land Slide Malaysia A man and 15 boys were killed in a landslide which trapped 25 people at an orphanage on 21 May. Seven boys and two men survived the ordeal. 
TC-2011-000054-PHL Tropical Cyclone Philippines Tropical Storm Songda, locally known as Chedeng, has intensified into a Category 2 typhoon. The Government forecasts that it could bring heavy rains similar to Typhoon Ketsana that devastated Metro Manila in September 2009. 
VO-2011-000053-ISL Volcano Iceland An eruption began at the Icelandic Gr?msv?tn volcano, at approximately 17:30 UTC, May 21st 2011, about 200km east of the capital, Reykjavik 
EP-2011-000052-UGA Epidemic Uganda An Ebola Hemorrhagic Fever Epidemic has been reported in Luwero District of Uganda. 1 death so far has been reported with 2 suspected cases in the isolation unit at Bombo military hospital since the outbreak was confirmed on the 13th by MOH. 
FL-2011-000051-RWA Flood Rwanda On 25 April 2011, Gisagara District located in the Southern Province of Rwanda experienced heavy rainstorms with strong winds and localized flooding. On 5 May Rwamagana District located in the Eastern Province, Musanze located in Northern Province and Nyabihu District located in Western Province also experienced severe weather. It is estimated that approximately 3,588 people have been affected as result of severe weather in Rwanda, which has resulted in loss of lives, crop destruction, submerged latrines and sever damage to homes including the obliteration of roofs.  
EQ-2011-000050-ESP Earthquake Spain At least eight people were killed and more than 120 injured in a magnitude 5.1 quake that struck southern Spain on 11 May 2011 
FF-2011-000049-IRQ Flash Flood Iraq In 22 April, 2011 heavy rains started to fall in different areas in Iraq and continued for more than 35 hours, causing floods and severe damages to several governorates. "The incessant rains led to massive flooding, the biggest in the area in more than ten years," according to officials. During three hours of rain in Erbil, 62 millimeters of water affected more than 6 areas (Glikand, Setaqan, Tayrawa, Azadi, Minara and Badawa); where due to a stream of heavy rain hundred of houses in Erbil have been plunged in flood, not to mention that cars stalled in water on the main streets. In addition to that, water also entered Erbil's Azadi Badawa and Daratoo power stations; where all three stations were turned off temporarily, leaving some neighborhoods temporarily without electricity. Rains also affected Suliemaniya, Nineveh , Dohuk , Salahaddin and Karbala governorates  
FL-2011-000048-IDN Flood Indonesia The death toll following the rain-triggered floods and landslide in the West Java region around Garut last week has reached 10 people, while three others remain missing. 
ST-2011-000047-PHL SEVERE LOCAL STORM Philippines Tropical Storm Aere has triggered floods and landfall. Thousands people have been evacuated. 
OT-2011-000046-NGA Other Nigeria Nigeria?s presidential election peacefully conducted on 16 April, 2011 turned violent as results of the election started coming out on 17 April, 2011. Violent protests were recorded mostly in the northern part of Nigeria where some of the main presidential contenders come from. Angry youths took to major streets in the north especially in Kano, Kaduna, Bauchi, Gombe, Niger and Borno States protesting the outcome of the election. Property including houses and vehicles were burnt while many lives were lost. However, the intervention of security operatives including military personnel deployed in the troubled areas as well as imposition of curfew brought the situation under control after 3 days of protests. According to the Nigerian Red Cross Society (NRCS), more than 75,000 people were displaced, 288 deaths and 452 injured.  
FL-2011-000045-GTM Flood Guatemala Some 2,390 people have been affected by floods in Puerto Barrios, Izabal.  
OT-2011-000044-UGA Other Uganda Spontaneous riots have broken out in various parts of Uganda since April 11th following the opposition parties declaration/calls for massive protests against the government perceived lack of sensitivity to the increasing of food and fuel prices that has resulted in the arrest of various opposition politicians. As of the 29th of April it has been reported that there have been 5 deaths and approximately 459 people injured as a result of confrontations.  
FL-2011-000043-VCT Flood Saint Vincent & The Grenadines Heavy rains during the second week of April caused landslides and rivers to overflow in the northeast section of the Saint Vincent island. Approximately 55 households were affected directly and up to 20,000 persons continue to be affected as a result of lack of potable water.  
FL-2011-000042-COL Flood Colombia More than 144,852 people affected by floods during April with the start of the new rainy season. Emergencies have been declared in Valle del Cauca y Cali. 
VO-2011-000041-ECU Volcano Ecuador More than 140 families evacuated as volcano Tungurahua shows signs of activity. Response plan has been activated. 
FL-2011-000040-MWI Flood Malawi At least 4,600 families in Malawi?s northern Karonga district have been affected by flooding since the beginning of April 
TO-2011-000039-USA Tornadoes United States Tornado outbreaks happened sporadically throughout the month of April including one Ef-5 tornado that killed 78 people in northern Alabama. Damage estimates for the month soared above $18 billion.  
FL-2011-000038-KAZ Flood Kazakhstan Intensive high waters has flooded settlements of several districts(Zelenovsky, Taskalinsky, Terektinsky, Chingirlausky) in the West Kazakhstan and suburb of the regional center Uralsk. It is evacuatedmore than three thousand persons. The water level in rivers Ural, Bykovka, Derkul, Ilek, Kaldygayta,Chagan, Chizha-1 and Chizha 2 has risen to three meters perday. In the regional center and districts 5 objects of public healthservices and 14 electrosubstations are flooded. In two districts and theregional center it has been disconnected from the electric power more than 5200houses, 630 subscribers of communication and 768 consumers of gas. According to preliminary data, in zones of flooding the murrain hasmade: 115 sheep, 95 lambs, 72 pigs and 6 horned cattle. 
FL-2011-000037-BDI Flood Burundi Between 20 March and 3 April 2011, heavy rains were experienced in Bujumbura Capital and subsequent flooding affected three communes namely, Ngagara, Cibitoke and Kinama. An estimated 137 families? houses were damaged and 30 cases of cholera were reported in Sabe Area in Ngagara, Commune. 
EP-2011-000036-TCD Epidemic Chad From the 1st of January to the 20th of March 2,085 cases of meningitis and 124 deaths have been recorded in Chad 
EP-2011-000035-PRY Epidemic Paraguay On 18 March 2011, the government of Paraguay reported 2,495 confirmed cases of dengue and 10,185 suspected ones across the country and launched a contingency plan to combat the outbreak.  
EP-2011-000034-CMR Epidemic Cameroon Since the first week of 2011, an ever increasing number of cholera cases are registered almost everywhere in Cameroon 
EP-2011-000033-TCD Epidemic Chad The region of Mayo Kebbi East is a cholera prone area. In the past few years, cholera outbreak was triggered by flood. But this year, just after the end of February first cases of cholera started to be confirmed in the region. The Chadian government and its humanitarian partners carried out evaluation mission and declared the zone as a disaster area. The local health facilities are underequipped and are currently overwhelmed by cholera affected victims. As of 30 March, a total of 1,432 persons were affected by cholera epidemics out of which 30 deaths were recorded according to the Chadian health Ministry delegation in Bongor. The most affected areas are: Bongor, Djoumane, Kim, Koyom, Samga and Er?. Poor water and sanitation facilities especially in villages and lack of hygiene education among the communities are the main factors of the cholera outbreak. 
FL-2011-000032-THA Flood Thailand Abnormally heavy rain has caused flooding in Southern Thailand, affecting tens of thousands. 
EQ-2011-000031-MMR Earthquake Myanmar A magnitude 6.8 earthquake struck Myanmar near the Thai border on March 24. At least 25 people were killed and dozens of buildings destroyed.  
FR-2011-000030-KEN Fire Kenya Nairobi has witnessed an increase in response to fire disasters in the first quarter of 2011. At least 11 fatalities and more than 472 injuries have been reported as a result of four major incidences. Numerous smaller fires were also reported but with minimal casualties. The fires, whose causes have often been difficult to ascertain, have affected at least 4,667 households and rendered them in need of urgent humanitarian assistance. 
DR-2011-000029-DJI Drought Djibouti Adverse impact of the moderate to strong La Nina episode on the seasonal rains, has resulted in drought conditions in the Horn of Africa with two consecutive seasons of significantly bellow-average rainfall. This condition resulted in one of the driest years since 1995. This is the most severe food security emergency in the world today. 
DR-2011-000029-ETH Drought Ethiopia Adverse impact of the moderate to strong La Nina episode on the seasonal rains, has resulted in drought conditions in the Horn of Africa with two consecutive seasons of significantly bellow-average rainfall. This condition resulted in one of the driest years since 1995. This is the most severe food security emergency in the world today. 
DR-2011-000029-KEN Drought Kenya The severely affected areas of immediate concern include Upper Eastern (Marsabit, Isiolo, Moyale and Samburu), North Eastern (Mandera, Wajir, Ijara and Garissa), North Rift (Pokot and Turkana), and Coast (Tana River, Lamu and Kwale). The failed short rains led to unfavourable crop and livestock productions. This is being experienced and an estimated 855,000 affected people are now coping through livestock migration, voluntary livestock off take through sale, pooling resources to purchase water and pasture for livestock, dropping out of pastoralism to small holder crop farming, especially those living around permanent rivers such as River Tana and Ewaso Nyiro.  
DR-2011-000029-SOM Drought Somalia Somalia faces severe drought and food security crisis since the country's 1990/91 famine. At least 3.7 million people are affected. 
EQ-2011-000028-JPN Earthquake Japan A magnitude 7.9 earthquake occurred at 2:46 pm on March 11, 2011 near the east coast of Honshu, Japan. Tsunami warnings are issued along the Pacific coast line. 
EQ-2011-000027-CHN Earthquake China, People's Republic At least seven people were killed and more than 200 injured in an earthquake that struck Yingjiang County in southwest China's Yunnan Province 
OT-2011-000026-TZA Other Tanzania On 16 February 2011 an explosion occurred at a government storage facility located at Gongo la Mboto Suburb on the outskirts of Dar es Salaam City. The explosion resulted in 21 deaths and approximately persons were 500 injured. An estimated 200 families homes were either destroyed or severely damaged 
OT-2011-000025-EGY Other Egypt The public demonstrations and unrest across parts of the Middle East and North Africa region have prompted significant internal insecurity, displacement and cross border population movement. Recent reports indicate that over the past week a total of some 100,000 people have fled the strife in Libya to Egypt and Tunisia.  
OT-2011-000025-LBY Other Libyan Arab Jamah The public demonstrations and unrest across parts of the Middle East and North Africa region have prompted significant internal insecurity, displacement and cross border population movement. Recent reports indicate that over the past week a total of some 100,000 people have fled the strife in Libya to Egypt and Tunisia.  
OT-2011-000025-SYR Other Syrian Arab Rep The public demonstrations and unrest across parts of the Middle East and North Africa region have prompted significant internal insecurity, displacement and cross border population movement.  
OT-2011-000025-TUN Other Tunisia The public demonstrations and unrest across parts of the Middle East and North Africa region have prompted significant internal insecurity, displacement and cross border population movement. Recent reports indicate that over the past week a total of some 100,000 people have fled the strife in Libya to Egypt and Tunisia.  
OT-2011-000025-TUR Other Turkey Turkish Red Crescent Society (TRCS) is involved in service provision to approximately 100,000 temporary protected Syrian persons in a total of 13 tented camps and 1 containerised camp close to the Syrian border.  
EQ-2011-000024-NZL Earthquake New Zealand On 22 Feb, 2011, a strong earthquake of M 6.3 killed and trapped people beneath rubble and sparked fires and toppled buildings in Christchurch, New Zealand. 
TC-2011-000023-MDG Tropical Cyclone Madagascar Cyclone Bingiza, the first major weather system to strike Madagascar this cyclone season, provoked torrential rainfall in the Northeast coast of Madagascar. 
FL-2011-000022-AFG Flood Afghanistan Flash floods and heavy snowfall killed 25 people and damaged up to 3,000 houses in different parts of Afghanistan over the past two weeks 
FL-2011-000021-MYS Flood Malaysia Johor floods, in the south, have forced more than 24,000 people to seek refuge in 71 relief centres. 
FL-2011-000020-BOL Flood Bolivia Floods triggered by heavy rains have affected more than 500 families and killed at least 31 people. 
FL-2011-000019-LSO Flood Lesotho The impact of the heavy rains resulted in serious disruption in the national economy and the livelihoods of the Basotho people. As a result of the rains 26 people have died and over 5000 people have been displaced and 672 houses destroyed  
CW-2011-000018-MEX Cold Wave Mexico Cold Front 26 has affected hundreds of people in Northern states of Mexico. Declaration of emergency in several municipalities in Sonora, Chihuahua, Sinaloa, Durango, Coahuila. 
WF-2011-000017-AUS Wild fire Australia Wildfires in western Australia have destroyed at least 41 homes and 19 are partially damaged. (06/02/2011) 
EQ-2011-000016-CHN Earthquake China, People's Republic The earthquake that jolted southwest China's Yunnan Province Tuesday has affected 80,600 people and damaged 678 homes. 
TC-2011-000015-AUS Tropical Cyclone Australia Tropical Cyclone Yasi crossed the Queensland Coast as a category 5 cyclone just before midnight on 2 the 2nd February. No reports of fatalities or serious injuries have been reported. The towns of Ingham, Tully and Cardwell sustained significant damage to housing and infrastructure. Innisfail have also been affected although to a lesser extent. Other stateshave also been affected as reported below. The cyclone has been weakening since making landfall and was downgraded to a category 1 system at 4pm on 3 February. Damaging winds and possible flash flooding in and around Mt Isa are expected as the cyclone moves inland.  
TC-2011-000015-VUT Tropical Cyclone Vanuatu Tropical Cyclone Yasi passed between the Banks and Torres Islands groups in the northern TORBA province of Vanuatu on 30 Jan, food source significantly affected and infrastructure destroyed according to Vanuatu Red Cross.  
FL-2011-000014-SAU Flood Saudi Arabia Ten people have been killed and three others gone missing in three days of flooding due to heavy rains in the Red Sea city of Jeddah.  
FL-2011-000013-MOZ Flood Mozambique On 25 January 2011, the government of Mozambique declared the red alert for the flood situation in the affected areas due the heavy rainfall that has being experienced along the Maputo, incomati, Limpopo, Save, Buzi, Pungu? and Zambezi River Basins covering the southern and central provinces of Maputo, Gaza, Inhambane, Manica, Sofala and Zamb?zia.  
TC-2011-000012-TON Tropical Cyclone Tonga Wilma upgraded to Category 4 cyclone on 26 Jan, which hit Samoa, Vava'u Islands, Tonga. Initial reports indicate substantial damage to agriculture in Tonga, minor damage to houses, no death or injury.  
TC-2011-000009-VUT Tropical Cyclone Vanuatu Tropical cyclone VANIA struck islands of Tafea province on 13 Jan 2011 with destructive winds that rose to 110 kilometres an hour; flooding within some areas around Erromango, Tanna and Efate Islands; damages to food crops and infrastructure reported 
EP-2011-000008-CIV Epidemic Cote d'Ivoire A total of 66 suspected cases of yellow fever were recorded as at 15th January 2011, including 11 death, in the Health districts of Katiola (5 cases including 1 death), S?gu?la (13 cases including 9 death), B?oumi (2 cases including 1 death) and Mankono (1 case).This is related to the low vaccination coverage in the districts presently affected.  
FL-2011-000007-NAM Flood Namibia 12,000 affected by floods and in immediate need of clean drinking water. 
FL-2011-000007-ZAF Flood South Africa Recent floods have killed 40 people and caused the displacement of 6,000. 
VO-2011-000006-IDN Volcano Indonesia Mt. Bromo erupted intermittently with some relatively big blast at the end of Dec. 2010. Indonesia Red Cross was mobilized, providing masks, water, hygiene operation, psychosocial services to 500 households. 
FL-2011-000005-HND Flood Honduras More than 200 people evacuated, roads and bridges damaged after a cold front triggered floods, violent winds and high tides in the northern region (departments of Cortes and Colon). 
CW-2011-000004-BGD Cold Wave Bangladesh A severe cold wave with dense fog has been sweeping through all over Bangldesh since 7 January 2011. According to the Meteorological Department the temperature is recorded as 2 to 5 degree Celsius less than the normal average temperature during this time of the year. The cold wave claimed more than 30 lives most of who are children and elderly. Hospitals in the affected districts have reported higher numbers of admissions with cold weather related illness.  
FL-2011-000003-LKA Flood Sri Lanka Sri Lankan President Mahinda Rajapaksa has issued directives to Essential Services Commission to muster all its resources to assist the recent flood victims in all possible manners. 
FL-2011-000002-BRA Flood Brazil At least 48 people killed by heavy rains that sparked landslides and destroyed buildings in Teresopolis near Rio de Janeiro 
CW-2011-000001-CHN Cold Wave China, People's Republic Icy rains force 58,000 to evacuate in southern China with 142,400 hectares of crops damaged, causing more than 1,200 houses to collapse and killing one person. 
FL-2010-000279-USA Flood United States Heavy rainfall from a Nor'easter in mid-March brought record amounts of flooding to several Northeastern states that persisted for much of the month and left more than $2 billion worth of damage.  
ST-2010-000278-USA SEVERE LOCAL STORM United States A severe storm system brought damaging hail, tornadoes and flooding to many states throughout the Southern and Eastern parts of the country.  
TO-2010-000277-USA Tornadoes United States An outbreak of tornadoes caused widespread damage and brought significant hail and thunderstorms across Oklahoma, Kansas and Texas. 
ST-2010-000276-USA SEVERE LOCAL STORM United States Severe thunderstorms produced numerous tornadoes and significant hail damage throughout Arizona over a two day period from October 5 through October 6.  
VW-2010-000275-BRN Violent Wind Brunei Darussalam 5 mukim effected with the strong winds-1 school 1 library 
LS-2010-000274-BRN Land Slide Brunei Darussalam A land slide occurs in Brunei Muara Districts which affected 14 areas 
LS-2010-000273-BRN Land Slide Brunei Darussalam A landslide that occurred in Tutong District affected 4 residential areas. Source of information was unknown. 
VW-2010-000272-BRN Violent Wind Brunei Darussalam In 18 Dec 2010, Strong winds affecting 5 mukims in Kampong Ayer, Brunei Muara, which involve 1 schools and 1 library building and cost damage lost BND $508,832.90 
LS-2010-000271-BRN Land Slide Brunei Darussalam Land slide occurs in Brunei Muara District affected 14 areas. 
FL-2010-000270-BRN Flood Brunei Darussalam flood 3 mukim effected 
FL-2010-000269-BRN Flood Brunei Darussalam Heavy rains triggered floods and affected 3 Mukims 
FL-2010-000268-BRN Flood Brunei Darussalam mukim 3..flood along belait area percaution needed 
FL-2010-000267-BRN Flood Brunei Darussalam Flash Flood, Affected 1 Masjid and 4 Commercial Centres. 
EQ-2010-000264-JPN Earthquake Japan Huge earthquake occured and more than 10,000 people were recommended to evacuate. 
EP-2010-000263-KEN Epidemic Kenya The Division of Vaccines and Immunizations has requested for support from key partners, to conduct a measles vaccination campaign in 22 districts within 3 provinces (Rift Valley, Nairobi and North Eastern) following an outbreak of measles that was reported in these districts. According to the MoPHS, a total of 1,046 cases of Measles have been line-listed between 27 December 2010 and 14 April 2011, 427 cases have been line-listed in April alone. 80 of these cases have been confirmed as measles using serological tests and 11 deaths from measles have been confirmed this year (Case Fatality Proportion of 11.1%).  
FL-2010-000262-ECU Flood Ecuador Hundreds of people have been affected by floods and landslides. Government aid is being delivered to affected communities. 
FL-2010-000261-GAB Flood Gabon Since the last week of December 2010, several localities of the Republic of Gabon have been facing violent wind and torrential rains. The situation deteriorated in early January 2011 as the Tchimbanga, Franceville, Mimongo and Dzenzele localities experienced serious torrential rains and violent wind, leading to massive destruction of houses and other considerable damages. 
EP-2010-000260-UGA Epidemic Uganda Three decades since the last case of yellow fever was reported in the 1970s, Uganda got a surprise and experienced the re-emergence of this deadly viral epidemic that started in November 2010 in the Northern Region. Initially, the disease was wrongly diagnosed as plague ? only on 23 December 2010 the diagnosis for yellow fever was confimred by the Center for Disease Control (CDC). By 29 December 2010, 10 districts were already affected with 190 cases and 48 fatalities recorded 
FL-2010-000259-AUS Flood Australia Massive flooding that has swept through Queensland, Australia, and claimed at least one life will likely force the evacuation of at least 1,000 people 
FL-2010-000258-PHL Flood Philippines Flooding and landslides occurred in the provinces of Albay and Sorsogon in Region V as a result of moderate to heavy rains on 29 December 2010 due to tail-end of a cold front. Based on initial report of concerned Local Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Councils, around 802 families or 4,274 persons were affected.  
CW-2010-000257-GTM Cold Wave Guatemala More than 600 people in shelters after a cold front entered Guatemala on 25 Dec. 
OT-2010-000256-KHM Other Cambodia Stampede event occurred on the north bridge of Diamond Island in Chamkarmon district in Phnom Penh during the final day of Water Festival Celebrations on 22 November 2010 from 8:30 pm to 12:30 pm for 4 hours. Nearly 7,000 people on the bridge with 101 metres long and 7 metres wide. Stamede disaster caused the death of 353 people and 395 injured.  
OT-2010-000255-CIV Other Cote d'Ivoire The political stalemate in the West Africa?s nation of C?te d?Ivoire since the re-run of the presidential election was conducted on 28 November 2010 has been posing humanitarian concerns not only in C?te d?Ivoire but in the region as well. The country?s Independent Electoral Commission had declared the opposition candidate Alassane Ouatarra the winner of the run off on 2 December 2010 but was overturned by the country?s Constitutional Council which announced the incumbent President Gbagbo the winner though the international community including the UN recognized the victory of the opposition candidate. Since the two opposing candidates have taken oaths of office in different locations on 4 December 2010 and forming parallel governments in C?te d?Ivoire, there have been protests in the country even before and after the presidential election run-off. The situation has affected movement of people and goods within the country thereby leading to increase in cost of living as prices of food ingredients have soared. The fear of violence has also led to the movement of some people into neighbouring Liberia and Guinea Conakry. An estimated 4,000 people had entered Liberia with new arrivals reported in villages along the border at a rate now of around 150 people per day. Meanwhile in Guinea, the number of newly registered Ivorian refugees in the southeast of the country is stable at some 186 people. As the political solution is being sought to the stalemate, there is the fear of increased population movement from C?te d?Ivoire into Guinea, Liberia as well as Burkina Faso, Ghana and Mali to some extent in the coming days and this may lead to humanitarian needs in these countries.  
EQ-2010-000254-IRN Earthquake Iran, Islamic Republic Seven people have been killed and hundreds have been injured in a 6.5-magnitude earthquake that jolted southeastern Iran on 20 December 2010 damaging buildings in outlying mountainous areas. 
FL-2010-000253-LKA Flood Sri Lanka The rain is continued for more than one week time all over the country. All major reservoirs are filled with water and opened sluice gates. Due to that many down stream areas has been flooded. The situation report and maps are attached for your information. 
FL-2010-000252-SRB Flood Serbia Due to the heavy rainfalls in Kosovo as in many countries in Balkans, many villages in Kosovo, some of them in the rural and poorer part, have been flooded. Rivers that caused floods were Morava e Binqes, Kaqareva, Krena, Ereniku, Prishtevka. The affected municipalities are Prishtina/ Pri?tina, Kamenice/ Kamenica, Viti/ Vitina, Gjakova/ Đakovica and Dragash/ Draga? including their surrounding villages. The water, spilling from the river beds has flooded the land and buildings, causing damage to living quarters and personal belongings as well as agricultural land and equipment 
FL-2010-000251-CRI Flood Costa Rica Since early morning of Wednesday, 1 December, intense rains have fallen across the Caribbean and Northern regions of Costa Rica, resulting in overflowing of rivers and affecting more than 200 communities. Early assessments by the Costa Rica Red Cross estimate that some 6,099 people are affected, while 3,474 are staying in 48 shelters 
FL-2010-000250-SRB Flood Serbia Due to the heavy rain in Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina/ Republic of Srpska, the water level in rivers Drina and Lim has been on a steady increase since 1 December until 3rd December, with water spilling out of the river beds and flooding the houses, buildings and agricultural land in five municipalities in the western Serbia. 3000 people were evacuated between 1st and 3rd December and approximately 720 houses are under water at the moment. The levels of Drina and Lim rivers have been receding since 4th December, however the river Sava?s water level is on the rise further endangering several municipalities along its bank, including the capital, Belgrade.  
FL-2010-000249-IND Flood India Floods triggered by heavy rains in southern India have killed around 180 people and forced tens of thousands to seek refuge in government relief camps. 
FL-2010-000248-ALB Flood Albania Due to the heavy rainfalls in recent days in the northern part of Albania, the Drini river level has been increasing, which has consequently increased the water levels in three connected lakes near hydroelectric power plants. The authorities were obliged to open the emergency dam gates and release the water from the lakes into the Shkodra lake, which, together with heavy rainfalls, caused flooding in the prefectures of Shkodra and Lezha affecting more than 14,000 people.  
WF-2010-000247-CHN Wild fire China, People's Republic A grassland fire in a mountainous Tibetan region in southwest China on 5 Dec. killed at least 22 people and severely burned another 3. 
WF-2010-000246-ISR Wild fire Israel A huge fire swept through a forest in northern Israel, killing up to 40 people. 
FL-2010-000245-MAR Flood Morocco At least 22 people died after heavy rain and floods, official and business sources said. 
FL-2010-000244-VNM Flood Viet Nam It is predicted that water level on Quang Ngai rivers will be down and rivers from B?nh Định to Kh?nh H?a is continuing and peak on 30/11 morning. Provinces: B?nh Định, Ph? Y?n, Kh?nh H?a, Kon Tum, Gia Lai, Đắk Lắk will have flood development and should prepare methods for protection in auto level. Initual report on damage of 29/11 showed flooding on province road number 640, 650 ... and 1 person died in Phu Yen provinces The warning report from National M eteorlogy Center was sent to all provinces from Binh Dinh to Phu Yen to aware of flood and landslide occurance.  
FL-2010-000243-COL Flood Colombia The weather phenomenon La Ni?a has had an enormous effect across Colombia since its development by mid year of 2010. Since March, it has brought rains above historical records, causing landslides, flash floods, breakage of barriers, and therefore ongoing floods in 28 departments and 561 municipalities around the country. Thus far, there are some 257,849 affected families (1,211,146 persons), 208 injured, 139 deaths, 23 missing people, and 204,794 damaged homes. The more impacted departments are Bolivar, with 264,000 affected people, followed by Magdalena with 161,000, C?rdoba with 151,000 and Sucre with 107,000. Unfortunately, the Colombian Institute of Hydrology, Meteorology and Environmental Studies forecasts that La Ni?a phenomenon and its strong rains will continue until the first trimester of 2011. This could mean the overlapping of the rainy seasons of 2010 with the first rainy season of 2011 (March-April-May). On 18 November, the Minister of Justice, German Vargas Lleras, declared a state of public calamity in 28 of the 32 Departments of the country. The government hopes to facilitate the gathering of additional resources, as the country?s capabilities have been overloaded. This declaration also fastens the processes to receive international aid and supports subjects such as housing and agriculture. 
FL-2010-000242-AGO Flood Angola Rains which started in the second week of October 2010 have left more than 24,000 Angolan returnees in the Uige province desperate. Most roads are impassable and more than 3,456 houses have been destroyed 
FL-2010-000241-VNM Flood Viet Nam Floods in South-Central Vietnam have cost the lives of 29 people and more than 39,212 flooded or damaged houses. As of this morning, a low pressure zone in the East Sea has strengthened into a tropical depression causing strong winds and medium to heavy rain in provinces from Thua Thien - Hue to Binh Dinh in the next 24h.  
FL-2010-000240-VEN Flood Venezuela 305 families affected by heavy rains that destroyed their homes in Aragua state and caused landslides. 
FL-2010-000239-BIH Flood Bosnia-Herzegovina Due to the heavy rain in Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina/ Republic of Srpska, the water level in rivers Drina and Lim has been on a steady increase since 1st December until 3rd December, with water spilling out of the river beds and flooding the houses, buildings and agricultural land. In Bosnia and Herzegonvina are estimated 5806 households (aprox. 20,000 persons) have been affected by the flooding. The affected municipalities are Bosanska Krupa, Domaljevac-?amac, Ora?je, Tuzla, Maglaj, Gora?de, Foča-Ustikolina, Pale-Prača, Ravno, Čitluk, Čapljina, Stolac, Mostar, Trnovo, Ilid?a, Novi Grad, Tomislavgrad, Drvar, Trebinje, Bileća, Nevesinje, Foča, Novo Gora?de, Bratunac, Zvornik, Bijeljina including their surrounding villages. The water, spilling from the river beds has flooded the land and buildings, causing damage to living quarters and personal belongings as well as agricultural land and equipment.  
FL-2010-000239-MNE Flood Montenegro Heavy rains over the past four days caused floods in central and northern parts of Montenegro, causing severe damage, especially in three municipalities up north. 270 families were evacuated (around 1350 persons), and are in need of basic emergency relief items. 
DR-2010-000237-KHM Drought Cambodia Drought affected 8 provinces. Drought affected to agricultur 9,927 ha of rice crop and other crops, and damaged to agriculture 266 ha of rice crop and 5,415 ha of other crops (= 5,681 ha of rice crop and other crops). 
TC-2010-000236-KHM Tropical Cyclone Cambodia Cambodia hit by typhoons affected 16 provinces, caused the death of 7 people, 74 injured, destruction of 794 houses, partial damage to 226 houses and schools 24 classrooms, other 6 houses, 1 health center damaged and rubber 1,876 trees.  
LS-2010-000233-IDN Land Slide Indonesia on 10/12/2010 a landslide buried a village (Bunta village)in Petasia sub-district, Morowali. it killed 11 people, 3 people missing, and 5 people injured. 
FL-2010-000232-IDN Flood Indonesia on 6/6/2010 a flood occurred in Aih Llang village (Putri Betung sub-district, Gayo Lues district of NAD), killed 12 people and 39 people injured 
LS-2010-000231-IDN Land Slide Indonesia on 7/23/2010 a landslide buried a hamlet in Wailikut village (Batu Kasa hamlet), in Waisama sub-district, South Buru district. It killed 18 people and injured 7 people 
AC-2010-000230-IDN Tech. Disaster Indonesia on 10/2/2010 02:48 AM a train accident occurred in Pemalang, Central Java. The Bromo Anggrek train (Jakarta-Surabaya) hit the Senja Utama train (Jakarta-Semarang). This train accident was the worst since 2001 
FL-2010-000229-IDN Flood Indonesia on 8/2/1010 a flood occurred in the district of Tanah Laut, the Province of South Borneo. 3 people killed, 3 people missing, and 21120 peole affected. 
DR-2010-000228-IDN Drought Indonesia it occurred in 155 villages, 22 sub-districts of East Sumba District 
EP-2010-000227-KHM Epidemic Cambodia Cholera had 449 cases, and 60 deaths 
AC-2010-000226-IDN Tech. Disaster Indonesia A boat accident occurred in Boleng strait. 10 people killed and 23 people were missing. 
FL-2010-000225-PAN Flood Panama Due to the effect of a low pressure system in the Caribbean Sea interacting with Tropical Storm Tomas, strong and continuous rains fell across Panama, producing landslides and flooding in 5 provinces: Chiriquí, Veraguas, Colón, Darién and Coclí. By Monday, 8 November, there had been two deaths and the government reported 6,200 people affected. 
EP-2010-000224-NPL Epidemic Nepal A total of 17 diarrhoea-related deaths were reported by district public health offices (DPHOs) in Jajarkot, Bajura, Baitadi, Dadeldhura and Dailekh, with reports from the government, media and the UN indicating that up to eight districts are severely affected. 
VO-2010-000223-PHL Volcano Philippines The Bulusan volcano in the central Philippines has been ejecting ash and steam since since 6 November 2010. According to the National Disaster Risk Reduction & Management Council (NDRRMC), at least 34 families, 205 persons, have already evacuated from Casiguran, Sorsogon so far. 
EP-2010-000222-COG Epidemic Congo, Republic For about a month now, the Republic of Congo has been experiencing an acute flaccid paralysis epidemic outbreak, which has so far affected 123 people and killed 61, i.e. a 50% lethality rate. It is now confirmed to be a Wild Polio Virus Type 1 outbreak which requires immediate vaccination campaign (2-3 rounds) to interrupt transmission..  
TC-2010-000221-BLZ Tropical Cyclone Belize Hurricane Richard: IFRC DREF Operation - 4,639 persons were displaced to shelters. Funds have been allocated to assist 2,500 beneficiaries.  
EP-2010-000220-UGA Epidemic Uganda Barely a year after the World Health Organisation had declared Uganda polio free; on October 20th polio case was confirmed in Bugiri district, Eastern Uganda. A 2 year old child developed paralysis and 100 samples taken from the same area were positive for wild polio virus type 1 .Tests of samples done in South Africa found the virus to have been imported from the Turkana area in Kenya. 
FL-2010-000219-PHL Flood Philippines Floods caused by continuous rains affected 117 families and 548 persons. Rescue teams were mobilized in search for the missing. 
EQ-2010-000218-SRB Earthquake Serbia An earthquake jolted central Serbia in the early hours of 3 November, killing an elderly couple in the town of Kraljevo and injuring 100 people. The first quick estimations suggest that more than 1 million euros worth of damage has been caused, and 100 houses made uninhabitable. 
FL-2010-000217-SEN Flood Senegal On Sunday 17 and Monday 18 October, the region of Saint-Louis and its surrounding areas received 98 mm of rains. The rain added to the already 325 mm downpour in August and September and brought the city into a catastrophic situation with many casualties and damages.  
TC-2010-000216-BRB Tropical Cyclone Barbados Tropical Storm Tomas has resulted in wide spread roof loss, downed power lines and fallen trees across Barbados. Over 17 inches of rain was reported at the airport. Approximately, 130 homes have been damaged, mainly in the parishes of St. George and St. Lucy, though damage has also been reported in the parishes of St. Phillip, St. Andrew, St. Joseph, St. Michael and St. Michel. 80% of the electrical service to Barbados was disrupted and water supply was significantly reduced in many areas, although both services are now being restored. Brown water contamination has also been reported in some areas. The disruption to water services has left some polyclinics closed. Telephone lines are still experiencing disruption across the island but cell phones are operational. 
TC-2010-000216-HTI Tropical Cyclone Haiti Haiti plans for assistance to 500,000 people as Hurricane Tomas approaches 
TC-2010-000216-LCA Tropical Cyclone Saint Lucia In St Lucia, the brunt of the storm was felt in the southern part of the island. The island experienced sustained winds of 90 - 95 mph which caused significant loss and damage to several houses and small commercial structures in communities. Altogether 110 houses in Roseau Valley have been reported with roof damage and severe flooding; in Bruceville, 45 houses have lost their roofs forcing 163 persons to accommodate in shelters. The area of Soufriere has been cut off by landslides and is currently inaccessible by land. Laborie has experienced severe flooding. The dam at Roseau is currently inaccessible, causing irregularity in the water service. Choc and Bois D'orange bridges have been destroyed between Castries and Gros Islet. The Northern section of the island encompassing Gros-islet and Castries has been severely affected by flood waters and strong winds. In the capital city of Castries, the flood waters have affected most businesses in the city and strong winds partially damaged the House of Assembly roof. Hewanorra airport is still closed. 
TC-2010-000216-VCT Tropical Cyclone Saint Vincent & The Grenadines St Vincent and the Grenadines experienced high winds and heavy rains, which resulted in significant damage across the island, especially on the windward side and in the Northwest of the island. 600 houses have been damaged and around 14 destroyed, and 163 people (46 families) are lacking adequate shelter in Bruceville and Vieus Fort. Seven government buildings are damaged and eight schools have been badly damaged 
FL-2010-000215-TGO Flood Togo The torrential rains of September and early October 2010 in West Africa especially in Benin and Togo have caused the overflow of rivers and consequently caused flooding in many parts of Togo especially in the South. The rainy season started in Togo in June and immediately the downpour have been causing severe flooding in many parts of the country with a lot of humanitarian concerns. The Togolese Red Cross since worked in collaboration with UNICEF and other humanitarian agencies to assist the affected population, the floods have caused damages to bridges and roads most in the Maritime region of Togo. The Togolese Red Cross Emergency First Aid Team members deployed to the field have reported that 50 communities in 4 prefectures were mostly affected with 1 death, many injured and families displaced now sheltered in the 3 government temporary camps while some others have crossed over to neighbouring Benin Republic for shelter. The 4 most affected prefectures with devastating damages to property including houses are Yoto, Bas-Mono, Golfe and Lacs all in the Maritime Region. The Togolese Red Cross, after a preliminary assessment, has registered 5,910 families affected by the floods in this region, most of them are peasants who lost their houses and means of livelihood to the disaster.  
VO-2010-000214-IDN Volcano Indonesia Indonesia's Mount Merapi erupted 3 times on 22 Oct, causing thousands to flee; authorities had put an area 10 km around the crater on red alert on 25 Oct. 
EQ-2010-000213-IDN Earthquake Indonesia on 10/25/2010 09:42 PM (local time)at least 96 people are missing from an Indonesian village that was pounded by an enormous wave after a 7.2 SR earthquake off the coast of Sumatra caused a local tsunami 
TS-2010-000213-IDN Tsunami Indonesia At least 160 people are missing from an Indonesian village that was pounded by an enormous wave after a 7.5 magnitude earthquake off the coast of Sumatra caused a local tsunami 
FL-2010-000212-JPN Flood Japan In Japan floods triggered by record heavy rainfall have occurred since 20 October 2010 
TC-2010-000211-MMR Tropical Cyclone Myanmar Cyclone Giri made landfall in Rakhine State on 22 October, close to the town of Kyaukpyu. The Myanmar Red Cross indicates that at least 4,500 people have been affected. 
EP-2010-000210-HTI Epidemic Haiti A cholera outbreak has killed at least 141 people in Haiti's rural Artibonite region and has affected more than 1,100 people. 
MS-2010-000209-PER Mud Slide Peru Hundreds of families have been affected by mudslides triggered by heavy rains in Urubamba Province. 
FL-2010-000208-RUS Flood Russia Heavy torrential rains raised the water level over the ?danger mark? in the rivers that caused inundation and flooding of houses and grounds, agricultural lands, destruction of infrastructure in some areas of the Krasnodarsky Region of the Russian Federation. According to the Russian EMERCOM 8 houses were completely destroyed and 134 houses were flooded in the Tuapsinsky area, in Apsheronsky area 400 houses were partially damaged. Destruction of homes is going on even after the water is gone so as homes in villages and settlements were made of clay and adobe.  
FF-2010-000207-KHM Flash Flood Cambodia The report from Banteay Meanchey province indicated that at 7:40PM on Friday 15 October 2010, rain flooding and water flooding from the collapse of the K5 dike caused floodwater to reach up to the roof of houses in Kaun Damrey village, O?Chrov district. The flooding forces the villagers to set up tents on the road to camp out. In Poipet city, electricity was cut off completely in order to avoid electrical shock. 
FF-2010-000207-THA Flash Flood Thailand Nakhon Ratchasima and its provincial capital have been ravaged as flash floods wreak havoc in the Northeast and Central Plains following heavy weekend monsoon rains. Thousands of displaced flood victims in Nakhon Ratchasima, hit by the worst flooding in 50 years, facing difficulties while waiting for assistance in terms of food and water. 
FF-2010-000206-KHM Flash Flood Cambodia Flash flood from 11 to 17 October 2010 for 4 days in Cambodia there were heavy rainfall and cross-bordered flood from neighboring country affected 64 disticts, 280 communes, 14 provinces. Affected 18,154 households by food shortage, 6,301 families evacuated, 6 deaths, 7 injured, 33,356 houses affected (86 destroyed, 39 partly destroyed), 272 schools affected, 76,168 ha of transplanted rice field affected (15,704 ha destroyed), 6,942 ha of subsidiary crop destroyed. The flash flood was estimated cost damage temporary is US$ 70 million.  
TC-2010-000205-PHL Tropical Cyclone Philippines This tropical cyclone can have a high humanitarian impact based on the storm strength and the affected population in forecasted path. Current strength category: 2 
TC-2010-000205-TWN Tropical Cyclone Taiwan (China) Heavy rains have triggered massive rockslides on a coastal highway, trapping up to 400 travelers. 
FF-2010-000204-LCA Flash Flood Saint Lucia The island of Saint Lucia has for the last two weeks been experience a heavy downfall of rain which has resulting in some flash flooding in the city of Castries and other parts of the island. However on Wednesday October 6, 2010 the central and eastern part of the island which encompasses the communities of Micoud, the Dennery Valley and Dennery Village experienced heavy rainfall in the early morning hours ending at about 9:00am.The heavy rainfall resulted in flooding in the Dennery Valley and Village thus affecting vehicular access to the community via the East Coast Highway for more than 5hrs.  
TC-2010-000203-BLZ Tropical Cyclone Belize Hurricane Paula: all national emergency/response systems are being activated due partly to the proximity of the developing hurricane to the Belizean coast. 
FL-2010-000202-BEN Flood Benin The continuous rainfall in Benin and the overflow of the Niger River have caused heavy flooding in many parts of the country since July 2010. Recent pecipitations the last week of September have led to flooding with the displacement of over 150,000 persons and more than 10 lives lost and property including houses, farmlands and livestock worth thousands of US Dollars submerged in 22 out of the 77 districts of the country. 
TC-2010-000201-VIR Tropical Cyclone Virgin Islands (US) Governor declared state of emergency due to sub-tropical storm Otto 
FL-2010-000200-NGA Flood Nigeria Since mid September, heavy rains in the northern part of Nigeria including the neighbouring Niger has led to flooding in some states especially those bordering with the Sahel country of Niger continue to cause more human and material damages in the affected communities. These areas are also pastoralist land where population are in need of water which made the people to settle along the river banks. Among the most affect states are Jigawa, Sokoto and Kebbi though others like Niger, Katsina have also been affected. 
FL-2010-000199-GIN Flood Guinea From 15th to 18th September 2010, the populations of Mamou, Dounet, Labe, Norassoba, Kouremale, Nounkounkan and Lola were confirmed as victims of the heavy floods 
FF-2010-000198-IDN Flash Flood Indonesia Thirteen people were killed and dozens were missing after flash floods smashed through a district in eastern Indonesia's Papua province 
AC-2010-000197-HUN Tech. Disaster Hungary Hungary declared a state of emergency in three counties after a torrent of toxic red sludge from an alumina plant tore through nearby villages, killing four people and injuring 120. 
FL-2010-000196-LKA Flood Sri Lanka Te Ministry of Disaster Management reports that over 2000persons affected and 75 house destroyed by pre- monsoon rains. 
FL-2010-000195-MLI Flood Mali series of torrential rains resulting to floods on 11 ? 12 August in Timbuktu. The latest torrential rains that took place on 21 September flooded Nine regions across the country affecting people to a varying degree. The floods affected over 16,000 people, destroyed 390 houses and displaced 1,168 families.  
FL-2010-000194-VNM Flood Viet Nam HA NOI - Torrential rains brought flooding and landslides to the country's central region, killing at least six people and injuring two.  
TC-2010-000192-JAM Tropical Cyclone Jamaica Flash flooding triggered by Tropical Storm Nicole killed 12 people, left wide damages. 
LS-2010-000190-COL Land Slide Colombia A landslide buried about 30 people on a highway in northwestern Colombia caused by heavy rains in the midst of a deadly rainy season. 
ST-2010-000189-HTI SEVERE LOCAL STORM Haiti Storm struck Port au Prince, kills 6 and damaged 2000 tents in camps. 
TC-2010-000188-HND Tropical Cyclone Honduras Hundreds evacuated as Tropical Storm Matthew hit Honduras and Nicaragua and could cause life threatening mudslides. 
TC-2010-000188-NIC Tropical Cyclone Nicaragua Hundreds evacuated as Tropical Storm Matthew hit Honduras and Nicaragua and could cause life threatening mudslides. 
FL-2010-000187-IND Flood India At least 63 people have been killed from flooding and landslides in northern India. Authorities have evacuated about 5,000 people to safety from Uttarakhand state.  
VW-2010-000186-BOL Violent Wind Bolivia In Pando Department, 43 families were affected by violent winds that damaged their homes. 
VW-2010-000185-ECU Violent Wind Ecuador Violent winds in Sucumb?os have affected 92 families, damaging their homes. Materials and food are being distributed. 
TC-2010-000184-TWN Tropical Cyclone Taiwan (China) About 6,500 people in mountain villages prone to mudslides were evacuated as Typhoon Fanapi made landfall. 
ST-2010-000183-PRY SEVERE LOCAL STORM Paraguay Crop fields and hundreds of houses were destroyed by a severe local storm in departments of San Pedro, Paraguar? y Caaguaz?. Gov't is providing shelter, clothes and food. 
TC-2010-000182-MEX Tropical Cyclone Mexico TS Karl: Hundreds of people evacuated in Yucatan due to heavy rains and strong winds, warning in effect for East coast of peninsula 
FL-2010-000181-GMB Flood Gambia On 5 and 6 September 2010 torrential rain recorded 202.6mm which is 20% of total rainfall normally received by the country. The rainfall caused floods almost nationwide affecting over 25,000 people by destroying their residences, and other basic livelihoods. On 7 September 2010, the Government of the Gambia declared a State of National Disaster due to the magnitude and complexity of the floods.  
FL-2010-000179-ETH Flood Ethiopia Flood displaced number of people in Lare (Nuer zone) and UN inter-agency team was deployed. 
WF-2010-000178-KAZ Wild fire Kazakhstan According to the Government of Kazakhstan forest fires have killed 5 people in north, more than 260 villagers evacuated. It is said that fires have already spread into some parts of Russia where a total of 334 houses have burnt down in the Altai region, leaving about 1000 people homeless 
FL-2010-000176-MRT Flood Mauritania Torrential rain from 19 to 21 August 2010 led to the flooding of 8 regions affecting 38 communities. The collapse of houses has led to the displacement of over 1,000 families. 
EQ-2010-000175-NZL Earthquake New Zealand On 9/3/2010 4:35:46 PM UTC an earthquake of magnitude 7 and depth 5km has struck an highly populated area in the Canterbury Province in New Zealand.  
FL-2010-000174-KEN Flood Kenya Floods have affected more than 340 families countrywide following torrential rains.  
EP-2010-000172-NGA Epidemic Nigeria A cholera outbreak has been reported in some states in Nigeria, mostly in the northern part of the country. The outbreak is caused by poor hygiene practices among the affected population and the flooding occasioned by the heavy downpour. 
TC-2010-000171-ATG Tropical Cyclone Antigua & Barbuda Hurricane Earl impacted the northern Leeward Islands, affecting Antigua and Barbuda producing localized flooding and heavily impacting the agricultural and fishing sectors. 
TC-2010-000171-BMU Tropical Cyclone Bermuda Several countries affected by hurricane Earl 
VO-2010-000170-IDN Volcano Indonesia Indonesia issued a red alert after the Sinabung volcano on the island of Sumatra erupted, forcing the evacuation of thousands of people. 
LS-2010-000169-TUR Land Slide Turkey Eleven people were killed when landslides caused by torrential rain razed several homes in a town in northeast Turkey, the state-run Anatolian news agency said on Friday. 
FL-2010-000168-CAF Flood Central African Republic The rainy season that started in July in CAR reached its peak on 7 August, 2010 when torrential rain caused serious floods in Bossangoa; a Northern locality situated 350 km from Bangui, the capital of CAR.  
TC-2010-000166-VNM Tropical Cyclone Viet Nam Vietnam's government says that Tropical storm Mindulle hit the country has killed 4 people, injured 20 and 10 others missing.  
EP-2010-000165-TCD Epidemic Chad