The Coordination Meeting on the Recovery of the flood-affected states and regions was held on 24 August, Monday in Nay Pyi Taw. President U Thein Sein (left) states that though the emergency needs of the affected population are being met, these are temporary solutions. Recovery and rehabilitation needs must be considered.
Other buildings includes Government Buildings, Religious Buildings but does not include Monasteries, Schools and Houses
Major General Parinya Khoonnasee and other members of the Royal Thai Army travelled with Myanmar Health Ministry officials to the severely flooded delta township of Myanaung on Monday.
Free medical treatment was provided to more than 560 patients, including children, at the local hospital.
The delegation also visited nearby Kaungmyattaw village and donated mosquito repellants and water purification tablets.—Win Bo (Township IPRD)
• Heavy rain continued affecting several areas of Myanmar / Burma over the last few days, causing more floods and landslides, including in the areas already affected by the recent floods. Approx. 69 mm of rain were observed in 24 h in Hkamti (Sagaing Region) and 65 mm in Sittwe (Rakhine State) over 31 August - 1 September.
BAYOMBONG, Nueva VizcayaAugust 28 (PIA) – The recent typhoon that hit Northern Luzon has brought damages to the town of Kayapa, prompting barangay officials to seek assistance from the provincial and municipal local governments.
Barangay Kabayo alone has already suffered damages from typhoon ‘Ineng’ such as closed roads due to landslides, swept roofing panels of school buildings and houses, damaged hanging bridges and agricultural crops.
Monsoon season floods and landslides hinder aid delivery and exacerbate living conditions for displaced people
Approximately 80,000 people evacuate from areas at risk of landslides since July
USAID/OFDA partners continue to assist earthquake-affected populations
A. SITUATION IN ASSAM
NAY PYI TAW, MYANMAR – The Government of Myanmar and the Asian Development Bank (ADB) today signed a $3 million grant agreement to finance relief efforts for communities affected by recent flooding and landslides.
The agreement was signed by U Maung Maung Win, Permanent Secretary of Myanmar’s Ministry of Finance, and Winfried Wicklein, ADB’s Myanmar Country Director.
Heavy rainfall continues affecting the north-eastern Indian States, with 130mm measured in Siliguri, West Bengal State, over 29-30 August and 83mm in Dibrugarh, Assam State, on 30 August (both within 24h periods).
- CENTRAL WATER COMMISSION (DAILY WATER LEVELS AND FORECASTS FOR LEVEL FORECAST SITES)
According to the Central Water Commission (CWC) report dated 28th August, 2015, there are 01 High Flood and 16 Moderate flood sites in the country.
HIGH FLOOD SITUATION
i) River Katakhal at Matizuri, District Hailakandi, Assam is flowing at 22.4m against the danger level 20.27 with Rising trend.