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Asia - Severe weather events situation - ECHO Daily Map | 11/07/2016

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TC NEPARTAK
• TC NEPARTAK made landfall along the coast of Fujian (China) on 9 July, as a Tropical Storm. Then it moved inland weakening. Heavy rains affected the areas along its path, causing floods.
• In Fujian and Jiangxi provinces (China): nine people died, at least 18 went missing, over 213 000 evacuated and over 11 400 houses damaged.
• In Taiwan: three people died and at least 300 were injured.
• In the Philippines: one person died, two were injured, one went missing and over 3 357 were evacuated in the regions of National Capital Region and Mimaropa, as well as in the province of Rizal.

CHINA
• Heavy rain has affecting the country over the past weeks causing more floods and landslides.
• National authorities report over 203 people dead, 28 still missing, over 200 000 evacuated and over 475 000 homes partially or fully damaged in several provinces of the country, including the ones affected by TC NEPARTAK, as of 11 July.

PAKISTAN
• Heavy rain affected several areas of the country, especially the province of Khyber Pakthnkhwa, causing floods.
• According to official reports the death toll reached 45 people, 25 injured and 41 houses fully or partially damaged, as of 11 July.

NEPAL
• Heavy rain has been affecting the country over the past few days causing floods and landslides.
• According to media reports, two people died and at least 20 were injured in Katmandu city as well as over 41 houses were damaged throughout the country.

MYANMAR/BURMA
• Heavy rain has been affecting several areas of the country over the past few days causing floods and landslides.
• According to official reports, two people have died and over 27 000 have been evacuated in Rakhine,
Sagaing, Kachin, Chin, Magway and Bago, as of 10 July.

INDIA
• Heavy rain has continued to affect the country over the past few days causing more floods and casualties.
• According to local media reports, the death toll has reached 57 people, 200 have been injured and over 7 500 have been evacuated in the states of Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Madhya Pradesh, as of 11 July.