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Map shows the number of vulnerable individuals affected by the landslide and flash flooding for different affected areas. Numbers are based on verified registration figures issued by ONS on 29th August 2017.
The left-hand map shows the percentage of people who have received assistance, as reported by ONS on 29 Aug 2017.
The right-hand map shows the percentage of household heads that have resumed livelihood activities across the affected areas, as reported by ONS on 29 Aug 2017.
Map shows indicators of water quality sampled by the Sierra Leone Ministry of Water Resources at hand-dug wells, GVWC, springs and spring boxes in Freetown, two weeks after the August 2017 landslide.
Map shows an overview of service provision as reported by actors, shown in the ONS incident reports dated 24th, 25th and 28th August 2017 or in the UNDAC 4W online survey forms. Information covers 23 to 28 August, 2017.
Details of the service provided are shown where available. Question marks show where activities have been identified but no provider is recorded.
Map shows Pillar presence at shelter sites as reported by ONS, and an assessment of whether needs are being met, derived from ONS and UNDAC Who-What-Where reports.
For most pillars there is not enough information on Who-What-Where to know whether needs are being met.
Map shows key operational locations and the activies being conducted at each site.
Points of Interest relevant to the operational setting are also provided.
Map shows the numbers of registered injured individuals reported by Sierra Leone Office of National Security (ONS).
Map shows the numbers of registered affected children by age group, reported by Sierra Leone Office of National Security (ONS).
Map shows the numbers of registered affected individuals reported by Sierra Leone Office of National Security (ONS).
Map shows the city sections affected by the Regent landslide and flash flooding, reported by Sierra Leone Office of National Security (ONS), and the numbers of affected households estimated from census data (2015) projected to 2017 populations by ONS.
Map indicates the location of active and proposed shelters in Freetown identified by national agencies.
Confirmation is needed of the status and population of these shelters.
This map illustrates satellite-detected landslides and mudflow that affected Regent area south eastern Freetown using a GeoEye-1 acquired the 15 August 2017 compared with a pre-crisis image acquired the 03 March 2017. UNOSAT extracted areas affected by the landslide and subsequent mudflow and could identify 349 damaged structure and 1.3 km of damaged roads within the analysed area. This analysis has not yet been validated in the field. Please send ground feedback to UNITAR/UNOSAT.