Regional Summary (Week 24)
1) Most of disasters occurred in Week 24 were hydro-meteorological in nature with floods arising from torrential rain brought about by monsoon.
2) Torrential and monsoon rain had resulted in several floods across Myanmar mostly affecting states and townships in the northern, western and eastern region. Resultant landslides had disrupted infrastructure and also destroyed several residences.
Regional Summary (Week 23)
Regional Summary (Week 22)
1) Hydro-meteorological disasters continue to dominate in ASEAN countries in Week 22, with floods, strong wind, storm surge in Brunei Darussalam, Indonesia and Malaysia due to the start of Tropical Depression 5 (TD-5)
2) TD-5 is currently in the sea of Viet Nam and moving north towards China. Government of Viet Nam is undertaking necessary preparedness activities (VDMA). See Page 2 for TD-5 forecast.
Volume 38 of the AHA Centre'ss monthly newsletter is here.
We present you stories of the 9th ASEAN-ERAT induction course, our interview with H.E. Ursula Mueller - the United Nations Assistant Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs and Deputy Emergency Relief Coordinator, and more.
Regional Summary (Week 21)
1) Most of disasters occurred in Week 21 were hydro-meteorological in nature with floods in Indonesia and Malaysia; strong wind in Cambodia, Thailand and Indonesia. In addition, a landslide in Viet Nam was caused by erosion in a river bank and there was an increasing activities with Merapi Volcano in Indonesia.
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