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02 Feb 2016 description
  • Strong winds and heavy rain affected central Peru, especially the department of San Martin, on 30 January causing damages. Approx. 110 mm of rain in 24 h were recorded in Tingo Maria over 30-31 January.

  • As of 1 Febuary, local authorities report one person dead and 35 families displaced in the province of El Dorado.

  • Over the next 24 h moderate rain may still affect the central and northern parts of the country.

14 Jan 2016 description


  • Cereal production in 2015 estimated at a bumper level

  • Cereal imports at record levels in 2015

  • Cereal prices stable in November, potato prices increase sharply

Cereal production in 2015 estimated at a bumper level

13 Jan 2016 description

The province of Concepcion has been affected by heavy rains and hail storm that affected 50 people and 200 hectares of food crops. The Junín Regional Government deployed Aid that consisted of buckets, tents, canned goods, toiletries to the affected population. (M: ANDINA)

05 Jan 2016 description

A. Situation Analysis

A.1 Description of the Disaster

The intense rains, which began falling in early April, affected the populations living near the rivers. According to INDECI's latest consolidated report, 33 districts across Loreto were affected, affecting 29,481 families (147,405 people), damaging 29,166 homes, rendering 336 homes uninhabitable, causing 2 to collapse, and damaging 672 educational institutions. In terms of agriculture, 6,982 hectares of crops were destroyed and 2,215 hectares were affected.

17 Dec 2015 description

Actualización sobre las inundaciones en San Martín: 7,76 toneladas de ayuda humanitaria serán distribuidas entre las 12.096 personas damnificados por el desbordamiento de ríos, por causa de las fuertes lluvias, informó INDECI. El desborde de seis ríos causó el colapso de 42 viviendas, dejó 58 inhabitables, y afectó 2.366. Además, 22 instituciones educativas, 8 centros de salud, 3 templos y otras áreas públicas sufrieron daños. Tres puentes peatonales fueron destruidos, y hay caminos dañados.

15 Dec 2015 description


  • EARTHQUAKES: Several earthquakes were registered in Guatemala, Peru and Dominican Republic with magnitude of 5.1, 4.6 and 4.9 respectively. No injuries or damages were reported.

  • MIGRANT CHILDREN: 10,588 nonaccompanied children crossed the border between Mexico and the United States in October and November 2015, more than double than in the same two-month period in 2014 (5,129).

07 Dec 2015 description
  • Heavy rain continued to affect over 4-5 December the northern parts of the country causing more floods and damages.

  • As of 5 December, national authorities report four people dead in the worst affected province of Mariscal Caceres (San Martin region), as well as 200 families affected in the town of Villa Saramiriza in Manseriche district in Loreto Daten Maranon province (Loreto region) due to the overflow of the Maranon river.

  • Over the next 24 h light rain may still affect several areas of northern, central and southeastern Peru.

06 Dec 2015 description
report Al Jazeera

Heavy downpours around the western Amazon force hundreds of people from their homes as rivers burst their banks.

Torrential downpours have struck Peru's northern San Martin region, leading to widespread flooding. Hundreds of residents have been forced from their homes as several swollen rivers burst their banks.

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04 Dec 2015 description
  • Heavy rain has occured over the past few days in San Martin region (northern Peru) causing floods.

  • As of 3 December, national authorities report over 2 000 families have been affected and nearly 300 families have been rendered homeless, of which 245 families in the worst affected province of Mariscal Caceres.

22 Nov 2015 description


  • Cereal production in 2015 estimated at a bumper level

  • Cereal imports at record levels in 2015

  • Maize prices declined in October, rice prices unchanged

Cereal production in 2015 estimated at a bumper level

18 Nov 2015 description


Peru is a country with varying climate – from the subtropical coastal region, to the cool climate of the Andes and eastern lowlands of the equatorial Amazon. Peru has had one of the region’s fastest growing economies, which has resulted in a significant reduction in poverty rates [World Bank, 2015]. Recent advancements, though, could be threatened by the impacts of climate change, including reduced water availability, risk of coastal and inland river flooding, heat stress and changing patterns of climate sensitive diseases such as malaria and dengue fever.

12 Nov 2015 description

Country Strategy

WFP Peru has shifted from a food aid to a food assistance agency with a focus on institution capacity development and government support to eliminate chronic childhood undernutrition and anemia. in the context of recurrent natural disasters, WFP Peru provides support to emergency preparedness and early response. WFP has been present in Peru since 1964.

29 Oct 2015 description

By Javier Lizarzaburu

People in the neighbourhood of Moyopampa, 35km (22 miles) east of Lima, say 23 March was a sunny Monday afternoon like so many others.

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19 Oct 2015 description
report Government of Peru


El Instituto Nacional de Defensa Civil – INDECI, a través de la Dirección Desconcentrada en Lambayeque, realizó la difusión de mapas de rutas de evacuación y zonas seguras ante inundaciones por FEN a la población del Caserío Villa Saúl del distrito de Monsefú, Provincia de Chiclayo.

07 Oct 2015 description
report World Bank


  • Climate change threatens the future of water in Lima, where 1.5 million residents are underserved.

  • The World Bank helped the water utility company SEDAPAL plan for increased reliability in an uncertain future, and saved the city nearly $700 million.

06 Oct 2015 description

Authorities from INGEMMET reported that a layer of ash about a centimeter thick covers the roofs of houses and plots of land in the Ubinas Valley. Volcanic debris has traveled more than 40 km and has come close to Lake Titicaca. INDECI reported that the district of Arequipa in San Juan de Tarucani is currently being affected by the fumes and rumblings, in addition to the districts of Eschacha, Yalagua, Phara, and Lloque Lucco in the department of Moquegua. (M: PERU 21)

05 Oct 2015 description
report Government of Peru

Perú, 04 de Octubre 2015

Fuente: ANDINA - PE

Como parte de las medidas de prevención ante la llegada del Fenómeno El Niño, la Municipalidad de Miraflores estableció la Plataforma de Defensa Civil Distrital, que reúne a 30 instituciones públicas y empresas privadas con el objetivo de definir acciones para atender los efectos del evento climático.