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Philippines: Typhoon Glenda: Damaged Houses as of 22 July 2014

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Asia Pacific Region: Weekly Regional Humanitarian Snapshot 15 - 21 July 2014

In the Philippines, 54 people were reported dead, 100 were injured and three are still missing. Around 525,800 people were displaced and seeking shelter in 1,200 evacuation centres.

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Typhoon Glenda: Affected Population (as of 18 July 2014)

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OCHA Philippines Flash Update No. 3: Typhoon Rammasun (Glenda), 17 July 2014

Category 3 Typhoon Rammasun (Glenda) left the Philippine Area of Responsibility (PAR) in the morning of 17 July. Rammasun affected 1 million people and left 38 people dead, 10 injured and eight still missing in Regions I, III, IV-A, IV-B, V, VIII and Metro Manila according to the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council. A total of 26,259 houses were damaged (7,002 totally and 19,257 partially). Of the total affected population, some 531,000 people were displaced in 1,219 evacuation centres.

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OCHA Philippines Flash Update No. 2: Typhoon Rammasun (Glenda), 16 July 2014

Power outages disrupted telecommunication services but most damage was done to infrastructure. The government reported one death and two injuries.

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Typhoon Glenda: Track as of 16 July 2014

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Humanitarian community on standby with Typhoon Rammasun

National and local authorities are responding with pre-positioned items such as food, non-food items and medicine. Two C130 aircraft with helicopters are available for relief operations.

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Typhoon Glenda: Affected Population (as of 16 July 2014)

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OCHA Philippines Flash Update No. 1: Typhoon Rammasun (Glenda), 15 July 2014

On 15 July, Tropical Storm Rammasun (known locally as Glenda) intensified into a typhoon as it moved across the Philippine Sea. As of 4 p.m. (local time), the centre of Typhoon Rammasun was located about 60 kilometres east of Legazpi City, Albay province with maximum sustained winds of 130 kilometres per hour (km/h) and gusts of up to 160 km/h according to the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA).

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Typhoon Glenda: Forecast track as of 15 July 2014

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Philippines + 5 others
Asia Pacific Region: Weekly Regional Humanitarian Snapshot 8 - 14 July 2014

Authorities declare a state of calamity as food packs are provided to the 160,000 people affected by the floods in Maguindanao province of the Philippines.

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Asia Pacific Region: Weekly Regional Humanitarian Snapshot 1 - 7 July 2014

Typhoon Neoguri is headed towards Japan and the government has issued warnings and evacuation advisories. Papua New Guinea and the Philippines continue to experience heavy floods.

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Philippines: Humanitarian Snapshot (as of 07 July 2014)

Continued displacement in Zamboanga city, flooding in Maguindanao and major funding gaps for shelter and livelihoods activities along the Visayas continue to pose challenges to the humanitarian response.

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World + 5 others
Communications with Communities Asia-­Pacific Newsletter June 2014

This update seeks to support growth in innovative policy, practice and partnerships in humanitarian action to better communicate with disaster­affected communities. Readers are encouraged to forward this email through their own networks.

**Myanmar **

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Bangladesh + 3 others
Asia Pacific Region: Weekly Regional Humanitarian Snapshot 24 - 30 June 2014

In India, monsoon rains have triggered river overflows in the State of Assam, causing damage and evacuations, while in Bangladesh a tornado hit Satkhira district injuring 15 people.

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Philippines Humanitarian Bulletin Issue 25, 1 - 30 June 2014

The latest OCHA humanitarian bulletin also highlights concerns over the situation in Zamboanga and remaining gaps in Typhoon Haiyan recovery assistance.

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World Humanitarian Summit: Celebrating humanitarian innovation

The humanitarian system needs to change and improve. But for this to happen, humanitarians need to look beyond their systems and processes. They need to seek inspiration in new technologies and partners. They need to innovate.

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United Nations Central Emergency Response Fund 2013 Annual Report

In 2013, CERF enabled the UN and NGOs to respond to crises in 45 countries, including high-level emergencies in the Central African Republic, South Sudan and Syria.

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