Appeals & Response Plans
Headlines (most recent)
- Save the Children: More than 20,000 children evacuated from danger zone around erupting Taal volcano. 14 Jan 2020
- OCHA: Thousands evacuated as Taal Volcano erupts near Manila. 13 Jan 2020
- UNICEF: More than 480,000 children in remote Philippines islands receive additional protection from polio. 9 Jan 2020
- Oxfam: Water contamination and displacement increase health risks of typhoon survivors. 5 Jan 2020
- OCHA: More than 185,000 people affected, with 52,000 displaced, by Typhoon Phanfone in the Philippines. 27 Dec 2019
Most read reports
- OCHA: Philippines: Taal Volcano Eruption (As of 12 January 2020). 13 Jan 2020
- Govt. Philippines: NDRRMC Update: Situational Report No. 08 re Taal Volcano Eruption, 15 January 2020, 12:00 MN. 15 Jan 2020
- OCHA: Flash Update No. 1 - Philippines: Taal Volcano eruption (As of 13 January 2020, 2 p.m. local time). 13 Jan 2020
- OCHA: Flash Update No. 2 - Philippines: Taal Volcano eruption (As of 16 January 2020, 2 p.m. local time). 16 Jan 2020
- Govt. Philippines: NDRRMC Update: Situational Report No. 16 re Taal Volcano Eruption, 17 January 2020, 6:00 AM. 17 Jan 2020
Ref: OCHAGVA - 98/0180
The haze from uncontrolled fires in Indonesia has spread to Thiland and the Philippines as smog-shrouded Southeast Asian countries brace for a tourism slowdown.
Australia, the United States, Britain, Germany and Denmark have issued travel advisories warning their nationals about the impact of the smog.
President Suharto, has apologised to neighbouring countries saying the fire are a national disaster.
Schools and airports throughout the region have been closed and at least 50,000 Indonesians have sought medical treatment.
The Philippines - Typhoon Winnie
DHA-Geneva Situation Report No. 1
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DHAGVA - 95/0511
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DHAGVA - 95/0460
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1. QUICK RESPONSE TEAM OF PHILIPPINES INSTITUTE OF VOLCANOLOGY AND SEISMOLOGY (PHIVOLCS) UNDERTOOK AERIAL SURVEY; OBSERVATIONS OF CRATER WALL AND LAKE WATER COLOUR; AND SEISMOMETER SURVEY.
2. NO MAJOR SIGNS OF VOLCANIC REACTIVATION HAVE BEEN OBSERVED. LACK OF SUCH SIGNS INDICATE THAT PARKER VOLCANO HAS NOT ENTERED ERUPTIVE PHASE. PHIVOLCS CONTINUES TO MONITOR SITUATION.
5. THIS IS THE LAST INFORMATION REPORT ON THIS DISASTER UNLESS UNFORESEEN DEVELOPMENTS OCCUR.
TELEPHONE NO. +41-22-917-1234
IN CASE OF EMERGENCY ONLY: TELEPHONE NO. +41-22-917-2010
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