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World + 18 others
Global Weather Hazards Summary April 11-17, 2014

Locally heavy rainfall may ease moisture deficits in parts of western Angola

Africa Weather Hazards

  1. Poorly distributed seasonal rainfall since February has led to deteriorating ground conditions in western Angola. These long-term moisture deficits may negatively impact developing crops and pastoral areas. However, precipitation forecasts indicate the potential for locally heavy rainfall in the Benguela and Cuanza Sul provinces, which may provide some relief to moisture stress in the country.
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Haiti: Presence of Humanitarian Partners - Who What Where (as of March 2014) [EN/FR]

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Haiti: Emergency Preparedness and Response Partners’ Presence - Who, What, Where (January 2014) [EN/FR]

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Haiti: Protection Partners’ Presence - Who, What, Where (January 2014) [EN/FR]

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Haiti: CCCM/Shelter Partners’ Presence - Who, What, Where (January 2014) [EN/FR]

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Kenya + 12 others
Global Weather Hazards Summary January 3-9, 2014

Flooding possible with heavy rainfall in parts of Zimbabwe, Mozambique and Madagascar

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Kenya + 8 others
Global Weather Hazards Summary December 20-26, 2013

Recovery of rainfall deficits unlikely in northern Kenya and parts of southern Somalia

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Somalia + 12 others
Global Weather Hazards Summary December 13-19, 2013

Moderate to locally heavy rainfall may alleviate dryness in eastern Southern Africa

  1. Although local areas of equatorial eastern Africa have received increased rainfall over the past few weeks, poor rainfall performance since the beginning of the October has led to large moisture deficits over central Kenya and southern Somalia. This dryness is likely to negatively impact the development of crops and pastoral conditions, with little opportunity for recovery before the end of the rainy season.

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Haiti: Integrated Hazard Map (as of 29 November 2013)

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Somalia + 8 others
Global Weather Hazards Summary November 22-28, 2013

Rainfall increases expected in southern Somalia and Eastern Kenya

  1. While some local areas observed some moisture recovery along the Jubba River basin in southern Somalia during mid-November, the absence of precipitation in October has led to considerable moisture deficits across many parts of southern Somalia and eastern Kenya. The delayed seasonal rains could negatively impact the development of crops, and pastoral conditions in the region. However, an increase in rainfall is expected during the next week.

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Somalia + 8 others
Global Weather Hazards Summary November 15-21, 2013

Heavy rainfall and localized flooding likely in Somalia and eastern Ethiopia

  1. Torrential rains from 1 the passage of a tropical cyclone across northern Somalia, as well as a broad area of low pressure over Somalia during the last week, is likely to result in localized flooding, damages to infrastructure, livestock losses, displacement of populations, and downstream river inundation across parts Somalia and eastern Ethiopia. A continuation of locally heavy rainfall is expected across the region during the next week.

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Haiti: Location Map (2013)

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Haiti: Cholera prevalence Map (September 2013)

Although Haiti experienced a steady in new cholera infections between the onset of the rainy season in April and July, the number monthly reported cases fell slightly during August, compared to the previous month. Overall, 3,858 new cases were reported nationwide during the rst three weeks of August, compared to 5,155 in July and 7,283 in January, 2013. The number of institutional deaths from cholera also fell to 34 in the rst three weeks of August, compared to 43 in July and 87 in January 2013.

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