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13 Jun 2018 description

According to the information of Bangladesh Meterological Department (BMD) & Indian Meterological deaprtment (IMD) , Medium to Heavy rainfall in expected in North-eastern, South-eastern part of Bangladesh & adjoining Indian part with very heavy rainfall in some isolated areas in next 24-48 hours.

Sylhet, Sunamgonj & Moulavibazar:

Rainfall with a magnitude of 40-80 mm is expected in next 24-48 hours in this region and adjoining Indian part. Water levels in Surma- Kushiyara and Manu rivers may continue to rise at slower rate in next 24 hours.

13 Jun 2018 description

Since January 2018, 9,286 refugees have arrived in Bangladesh, with almost 250 individuals arriving in the last two weeks. Refugees continue to cross the border into Bangladesh, more than half of whom are women and children.

UNHCR and partners have relocated over 13,600 out of approximately 41,700 refugees living in areas at high risk of landslides. As more relocation plots are being readied and identified, UNHCR and partners are racing to relocate the remaining population to safety.

13 Jun 2018 description

Risks of landslides

41,705 individuals at highest risk of landslides and prioritized for relocation including 24,126 individuals at highest risk of landslides and prioritized for relocation in KBE

Completed relocations

29,650 individuals relocated in 2018 to date including 14,709 individuals at highest risk of landslide and prioritized for relocation

Remaining

12 Jun 2018 description

Situation Overview

  • Continued rains affected Rohingya refugee camps in Cox’s Bazar district over 9-11 June, causing damage and displacements.

  • Over 200 000 of the 900 000 refugees in camps, who fled Myanmar, are still living in areas considered to be at high risk of flooding and landslides (25 000 at very high risk).

  • Local authorities, along with international humanitarian actors, have been working around the clock to provide assistance, to secure infrastructure, including road access and drainage and improve preparedness.

12 Jun 2018 description

Chile- Temporal- 11/6/18

Segùn lo reportado por la Oficina Nacional de Emergencia del Ministerio del Interior (Onemi) el sistema frontal que afecta a gran parte del paìs, cobrò cinco vìctimas. Entre las regiones de Antofagasta (Norte) y Los Ríos (Sur), 7.253 personas permanecen aisladas, hay 40 damnificadas y 25.000 se encuentran sin suministro eléctrico, siete viviendas han resultado con daños, varios caminos se encuentran interrumpidos y las clases han debido ser suspendidas.

Acciones de Respuesta:

12 Jun 2018 description
  • Severe weather, including thunderstorms, heavy rain and strong winds continue to affect Rohingya refugee camps over the weekend in Cox’s Bazar.

12 Jun 2018 description

Bangladesh
Heavy rains have been ongoing in Cox’s Bazar since 9 June, causing flooding, landslides, and water logging in the camps where 915,000 Rohingya refugees are hosted.

More than 10,000 people have been affected and about 200 people have been displaced. Shelter and WASH needs are high due to damage reported to shelters, water points, and latrines. Access to the affected areas is limited due to flooding and damaged roads.

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12 Jun 2018 description

Cox’s Bazar – Conditions in the Rohingya refugee camps of southern Bangladesh are further deteriorating as torrential rains that began on Saturday (09/06) continue to trigger landslides and flooding. Humanitarian agencies reported some 29 incidents in the camps yesterday (11/06), bringing the total number to 88 in just three days.

12 Jun 2018 description

This is a summary of what was said by UNHCR spokesperson Andrej Mahecic – to whom quoted text may be attributed – at today's press briefing at the Palais des Nations in Geneva.

The first heavy rains of the year swept through Rohingya refugee settlements in Cox’s Bazar district this weekend, marking the start of the monsoon season. This is an early test for refugees and humanitarian agencies working to support the Government of Bangladesh on the response efforts.

12 Jun 2018 description

Cox’s Bazar/Kuala Lumpur/Geneva, 12 June 2018 – Days of drenching rain have triggered floods and landslides across camps housing hundreds of thousands of people in Cox’s Bazar.

Bangladesh’s meteorological office says that 138 millimetres (5.4 inches) of rain has fallen since Saturday (9 June). More heavy rain is forecast for the coming days.

12 Jun 2018 description

OUTLOOK

  • The Brahmaputra-Jamuna and the Padma rivers are in falling trend, while the Ganges river is in rising trend.

  • The Manu, Dhalai, Khowai rivers of Upper Meghna basin in the North-Eastern region and the rivers of SouthEastern Hilly basin are rising rapidly.

  • The Brahmaputra-Jamuna rivers may become steady in next 48 hours.

  • The Ganges river may continue rising while the Padma river may continue falling in next 48 hours.

12 Jun 2018 description

Five-year-old Harun lives in a Kutupalong camp which houses about 60 000 Rohingyas. Harun’s father took him to the IOM-run Primary Health Care center in Kutupalong, Ukhia, when he had high temperature. The doctor examined Harun and referred him to the laboratory for a malaria test. The laboratory technologist Muhammad Assaduzzaman Asad pricked the boy’s finger to collect a droplet of blood to put it through the malaria rapid diagnostic tests (RDTs) procedure. The result was available in 20 minutes and it was negative.

11 Jun 2018 description
report Save the Children

Dozens of Rohingya refugee shelters were inundated with floodwater or hit by landslides over the weekend, as the biggest storm of the year to date hit refugee camps in Bangladesh’s Cox’s Bazar.

11 Jun 2018 description

Heavy Monsoon rains which started on 9 June 2018 have resulted in significant structural damage in the camps in Cox’s Bazar. As Bangladesh’s annual wet season has arrived, IOM is working against the clock to secure infrastructure and strengthen preparedness measures. Category 1 incidents from the 10 June 2018, as reported through the multi-agency reporting mechanism and shared via the communal incident overview platform (found here), indicate the following incidents within the first 24 hour period:

11 Jun 2018 description

The humanitarian crisis resulting from the violence in Myanmar’s Rakhine State is causing suffering on a catastrophic scale. According to the Inter-Sector Coordination Group (ISCG) there are an estimated 915,000 Rohingya refugees in Cox’s Bazar as of 20 May 2018. Not only has the pace of new arrivals since 25 August 2017 made this the fastest growing refugee crisis in the world, the concentration of refugees in Cox’s Bazar is now amongst the densest in the world.

11 Jun 2018 description

Cox's Bazar - Heavy monsoon rains that began on Saturday (9/6) have caused severe structural damage to Bangladesh's Cox's Bazar Rohingya refugee camps. Over 31,000 of the camps’ one million refugees, who fled Myanmar, are still living in areas considered to be at high risk of deadly flooding and landslides.

11 Jun 2018 description

Bangladesh

On 9 and 10 June, a depression that had earlier formed in the Bay of Bengal passed through Cox’s Bazar, triggering heavy rain and causing flooding, landslides and wind damage in the camps for Rohingya refugees. Over 9,000 refugees were affected by the storm, with five people injured, 194 people displaced and 855 shelters damaged. The storm also severely damaged the access road that runs through the middle of the main Kutupalong-Balukhali camp, which as of 11 June is closed for repairs.

9,000 refugees affected.