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23 Jul 2017 description

(1) Flood condition of Ayeyarwady River

According to the (12:30) hr M.S.T observation today, the water levels have exceeded by about (2) feet each at Hinthada and Zalun above their respective danger levels. The water levels may fall about (½) foot during the next (3) days and may remain above their respective danger levels.

It is especially advised to the people who settle near the river bank and low lying areas in Hinthada and Zalun Townships, to take precaution measure.

(2) Flood condition of Sittoung River

23 Jul 2017 description

Aid from the Amyotha Hluttaw and Mon State Hluttaw has reached flood victims in Kyaikto, Mon State, who are being sheltered at six emergency camps.

Heavy rain that began in Kyaikto Township, Mon State, on Thursday has injured several people, displaced thousands and caused extensive damage.

Heavy rains near Theinzayet Village in Kyaikto Township eroded a cliff side and caused it to collapse onto the house of U Myint Htun Naing, 39.

He suffered an injury to his right foot and is receiving treatment in Theinzayet Hospital.

22 Jul 2017 description

Heavy rain that began in Kyaikto Township, Mon State on Thursday has caused several injuries, displacement of thousands and extensive damage.

Heavy rains near Thein Zayet Village in Kyaikto Township eroded a cliff side and caused it to collapse onto the house of U Myint Htun Naing, 39. He suffered an injury to his right foot and is receiving treatment in Thein Zayet Hospital. Similarly, another cliff side collapsed near Seikkanthar Ward in the same village and destroyed the house of U Aye Ko, 58. In addition to numerous injuries, livestock were also lost.

22 Jul 2017 description

Yangon, 21 July 2017

Thank you for the opportunity to address you again this evening. I would like to start by expressing my sympathies to Myanmar at the damage recently caused by the Cyclone Mora, particularly in Rakhine and Chin States and Ayeyarwaddy Division. I understand the rebuilding effort is underway and hope the needs of all affected people can be addressed soon.

22 Jul 2017 description

Background

As Myanmar is going through political and economic reforms and nationwide ceasefire negotiations, conflict in Kachin and northern Shan states is ongoing, and tensions in Rakhine persist. The displacement profile of the country is one of great complexity which includes statelessness, protracted internal displacement as well as recurring national disaster driven displacement.

21 Jul 2017 description
report ACTED

ACTED is currently implementing a project, funded by the Embassy of France to Myanmar, in support of food security and nutrition in Rakhine State. This project will benefit to 238 vulnerable families in eight rural villages who have been affected by conflict and natural disasters. Focusing on off-season crop cultivation, it promotes year-round access to healthy food, such as nutrient-rich okra, yard long bean and cucumbers, in addition to improving water sources in eight villages in Mrauk-U and Kyauktaw Townships.

Training local farmers to ensure long term crops

21 Jul 2017 description

Nadine Walicki

Global development leaders recently concluded their annual review of progress toward achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), a 15-year framework that came into effect in 2016. Despite longstanding and widespread acceptance that internal displacement is a development issue, it was rarely even mentioned. It should have been central.

21 Jul 2017 description

21 July 2017 - Heavy monsoon rains since early July have triggered floods in Myanmar. The Government Relief and Resettlement Department has reported that over 90,000 people from Magway, Sagaing and Bago regions have been temporarily displaced.

21 Jul 2017 description

Description:

This map shows possible flood inundated area and it includes the seasonal water, paddy field, lake, rivers and other wet lands. The analysis is probable flood water but not validate yet.

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Some villages name couldn't shown on this map, due to the limited space for labeling.

21 Jul 2017 description

Description:

This map shows possible flood inundated area and it includes the seasonal water, paddy field, lake, rivers and other wet lands. The analysis is probable flood water but not validate yet.

Note:

Some villages name couldn't shown on this map, due to the limited space for labeling.

21 Jul 2017 description

Description:

This map shows possible flood inundated area and it includes the seasonal water, paddy field, lake, rivers and other wet lands. The analysis is probable flood water but not validate yet.

Note:

Some villages name couldn't shown on this map, due to the limited space for labeling.

21 Jul 2017 description
report The Irrawaddy

By NAN LWIN HNIN PWINT

YANGON — More than 700 locals from the village tract of Kham Teng in Hsenwi Township, Lashio District in northern Shan State have fled to Hsenwi following alleged extortion of more than 70 million kyats from villagers by Ta’ang National Liberation Army (TNLA).

About 730 locals from seven villages fled to Hsenwi on Wednesday afternoon, Daw Nan Khin Htar Yi, Hsenwi lawmaker in Shan State’s parliament, told The Irrawaddy.

21 Jul 2017 description

Description:

This map shows possible flood inundated area and it includes the seasonal water, paddy field, lake, rivers and other wet lands. The analysis is probable flood water but not validate yet.

Note:

Some villages name couldn't shown on this map, due to the limited space for labeling.

21 Jul 2017 description

Description

This map shows possible flood inundated area and it includes the seasonal water, paddy field, lake, rivers and other wet lands. The analysis is probable flood water but not validate yet.

Note:

Some villages name couldn't shown on this map, due to the limited space for labeling.

21 Jul 2017 description

(1) Flood condition of Ayeyarwady River

According to the (12:30) hr M.S.T observation today, the water level has exceeded by about (1½) feet at Nyaung Oo above its danger level, the water level may fall below its danger level during the next (2) days.

21 Jul 2017 description

(1) Flood condition of Ayeyarwady River

According to the (12:30) hr M.S.T observation today, the water level has exceeded by about (½) foot at Nyaung Oo above its danger level, the water level may fall below its danger level during the next (1) day.

According to the (12:30) hr M.S.T observation today, the water levels have exceeded by about (2) feet each at Hinthada and Zalun above their respective danger levels, the water levels may fall about (½) foot during the next (3) days and may remain above their respective danger levels.