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19 Nov 2017 description

Countries at Risk

Vietnam (VN), landfall est. 19 Nov 2017

Cambodia (KH), landfall est. 20 Nov 2017

Key Infrastructures at Risk

  • Cam Ranh Int’l Airport / CXR (VN)

  • Van Phong Port (VN)

  • Nha Trang Port (VN)

  • Dong Hai Port (VN)

Characteristics of Risk

  • The affected population is classified as high risk (ASEAN Multi Hazard Risk Index).

18 Nov 2017 description

1. HIGHLIGHTS

• From 15 November 2017, the Viet Nam Central Steering Committee on Natural Disaster Prevention and Control (CCNDPC) maintained the following numbers of casualties, damages and impacts due to Typhoon Damrey:

18 Nov 2017 description

Countries at Risk
- Vietnam (VN), landfall est. 19 Nov 2017
- Cambodia (KH), landfall est. 20 Nov 2017

Key Infrastructures at Risk
- Nha Trang Int’l Airport / NHA (VN)
- Cam Ranh Int’l Airport / CXR (VN)
- Van Phong Port (VN)
- Nha Trang Port (VN)

14 Nov 2017 description
map UNOSAT

This map illustrates the satellite-detected surface waters in Phu Yen Province, Vietnam, as detected from Sentinel-1 image acquired on 10 November 2017, following the landfall of tropical cyclone DAMREY-17 on 05 November 2017. In the analysed area, about 19,000 ha of lands are likely flooded. It represents an increase of about 100% of the surface waters in this zone. In addition, and according to WorldPop data ~39,000 people are living within the potentially flooded areas. This is a preliminary analysis and has not yet been validated in the field.

14 Nov 2017 description
map UNOSAT

This map illustrates the satellite-detected surface waters in Binh DinhNam Province,
V ietnam, as observed from the S entinel-1 image acquired on 10 November 2017, following the landfall of tropical cy clone DAMR EY -17 on 05 November 2017. The districts located in the coastal areas have been affected by the floods; especially the ones located in the southern coastal part of the province and more particularly Phu Cat, An Nhon, Tuy Phuoc and Qui Nhon districts.

14 Nov 2017 description
map UNOSAT

This map illustrates the satellite-detected surface waters in Binh DinhNam Province, Vietnam, as observed from the S entinel-1 image acquired on 10 November 2017, following the landfall of tropical cy clone DAMR EY -17 on 05 November 2017. The districts located in the coastal areas have been affected by the floods; especially the ones located in the southern coastal part of the province and more particularly Phu Cat, An Nhon, Tuy Phuoc and Qui Nhon districts. Around 17,000 ha of lands were identified as flooded within the province of Bihn Dihn.

14 Nov 2017 description

Last week Typhoon Damrey ripped through central Viet Nam. More than 100 people lost their lives, while more than 130,000 homes were damaged or flooded. Winds of up to 135 km/hour battered provinces like Khanh Hoa- an area historically has been spared such ferocious storms in the past. It was particularly poignant that the storm struck as high level global conferences were bringing world leaders together to discuss both the global impact of Climate Change and Asian Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC).

14 Nov 2017 description
  1. The government of the Republic of Korea has decided to provide humanitarian assistance worth US$1 million to help Vietnam’s central region, where Typhoon Damrey caused many casualties and extensive property damage on November 4, recover from the damage.

o Typhoon Damrey is estimated to have caused huge loss of human lives and property, leaving 82 people dead, 26 missing and about 120,500 houses affected.

13 Nov 2017 description
map UNOSAT

This map illustrates the satellite-detected surface waters in Quang Nam Province, Vietnam, as observed from the Radarsat-2 image acquired on 07 November 2017, following the landfall of tropical cyclone DAMREY-17 on 05 November 2017. The districts located in the coastal areas have been affected by the floods; especially the ones located in the northern coastal part of the province and more particularly Dien Ban, Duy Xuyen and Thang Binh districts.

13 Nov 2017 description
report UNOSAT

UNOSAT Rapid Flood Assessment

Purpose of the flood rapid assessment is to give a quick overview of the magnitude and severity of the event in Quang Binh.

Rapid Flood Assessment was conducted over the area covered by the Radarsat-2 image acquired on 7 November 2017

Province analysed: Quang Binh. This province was not in the trajectory of the cyclone DAMREY-17

Rapid Flood Assessment compares 2 different situations:

  • Post Event: Image after the passage of Cyclone DAMREY-17 (7 November 2017)

13 Nov 2017 description
map UNOSAT

This map illustrates the satellite-detected surface waters extent in southern part of Vietnam, as observed from the Sentinel-1 images acquired on 07 November 2017, following the landfall of tropical cyclone DAMREY-17 on 05 November 2017. In the analyzed area, about 700,000 ha of lands, mainly agricultural and paddy fields are likely flooded. In addition, ~2,600,000 people are living within flooded areas. This is a preliminary analysis and has not yet been validated in the field. Please send ground feedback to UNITAR - UNOSAT.

13 Nov 2017 description
report UN Children's Fund

An estimated 150,000 children under 5 years old are at risk of malnutrition and over 80,000 pregnant and nursing women in need special care. Children in poor remote areas are still underserved by relief efforts.

13 Nov 2017 description

This update is issued on behalf of the United Nations Resident Coordinator in Viet Nam. It covers the period for 3-11 November 2017. Another update will be shared once new information become available.

  • 4.33 million people estimated as being affected

  • 395,000 people in need of assistance

  • 15 provinces in the Central regions severely affected

  • 137,836 houses damaged or flooded

  • 3,483 houses destroyed entirely

13 Nov 2017 description

VIETNAM

Typhoon Damrey (28)

Significant damage in 14 provinces of south-central Viet Nam was reported, after landfall on 4 November 2017. Official tally estimated 104 deaths, 19 missing with around 4 million people affected.
Coastal communities started debris management & early recovery. AHA Centre received request from Vietnam’s government. DELSA stockpiles were mobilised with in- country team assessing the situation.

MALAYSIA

Heavy Floods (TD 29)

12 Nov 2017 description

1. HIGHLIGHTS

• As of 12 November 2017, the Viet Nam Central Steering Committee on Natural Disaster Prevention and Control (CCNDPC) maintained the following numbers of casualties, damages and impacts due to Typhoon Damrey: death-toll, 104 people; 19 people still missing and 197 injured; at total 141,139 houses collapsed and/or damaged; 9,163 ha of paddy area flooded; 20,783 ha of vegetable and other agricultural areas damaged; 1,345 ships sink or damaged; 205,141 meters of canals and embankments damaged; 92 irrigation dams (various sizes).

11 Nov 2017 description
report The Guardian

As 400,000 people in coastal communities await emergency assistance after first deadly cyclone, aid workers warn Typhoon Kaikui will inflict further misery

Almost 400,000 people are in need of humanitarian assistance following a typhoon that has devastated some of the poorest communities in Vietnam, pummelling homes and destroying water supplies.

Typhoon Damrey made landfall on 4 November in the country’s south-central coastal region, with winds of 135km an hour. At least 100 people have died, according to Vietnam’s disaster management authority.