Sudan: Floods - Jul 2014
In Sudan, heavy rains from July to September 2014 led to flash flooding, which affected more than 266,000 people in 13 states (OCHA, 9 Sep 2014). According to the Ministry of Health of Sudan (MoH), 39 people were killed and 204 injured. Widespread destruction was caused to people’s homes, crops and public infrastructure. The flood-affected population’s access to water supply and sanitation services were also disrupted. (IFRC, 3 April 2015)
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- Global Emergency Overview Snapshot, 17 December 2014 - 6 January 2015
- Global Emergency Overview Snapshot, 14 - 20 January 2015
- Global Emergency Overview Snapshot, 21 - 27 January 2015
- Global Emergency Overview Snapshot, 13 - 19 August 2014
- Flood Waters Over Khartoum State, Sudan (as of 8 August 2014)
· Severe and seasonal rainfall deficits remain across many areas of the Sahelian region, in particular Senegal, Mauritania, northern Nigeria and eastern Niger.
· Serious impacts on agricultural production in Senegal and Mauritania can be expected. Perspectives are also unfavourable in eastern Niger and NE Nigeria.
Eastern region (Sudan, Ethiopia)
· Rainfall in September was favourable across the region. This trend has continued through October with wetter than average conditions.
• The Sahel region has undergone significant and widespread rainfall deficits, leading to significantly below average vegetation levels.
• Worst affected areas are Senegal, southern Mauritania, eastern Niger, NE Nigeria and central Chad • There was some recovery from late July, in particular in Niger and Chad. However, Senegal and Mauritania remained affected by persistent rainfall deficits.