Bosnia and Herzegovina – Flood Disaster Situation Report July 6, 2014
The Federal and the RS meteorological Institutes report that the weather conditions will be good
About 50 Child-‐friendly Spaces planned by UNICEF, 13 more by other organizations. 11 are operational or to be opened soon.
Refurbishment of three pre-‐schools (Čelinac, Šamac, and Sanski Most) and one primary school (Orasje);
Approximately 1,380 individuals hosted in 38 temporary accommodation facilities.
Potable water is still needed for communities around Odzak, Domaljevac, Orasje, Donji Zabari.
68 mines & 34,791 of UXOs/ munitions reported.
400 km2 with mine presence in the flooded area;
Reported 13 cases of people infected with West Nile Virus
Epidemiological situation continues to be stable and under control of respective public health authorities.
Executive Summary of Recovery Needs Assessment was sent to the government authorities
Most affected areas
Federation: Sarajevo Canton (most affected municipalities: Novi Grad, Ilidza, Vogosca), Zenica-‐ Doboj Canton (most affected municipalities: Tesanj, Zepce, Maglaj, Doboj Jug, Zavidovići i Olovo), Tuzla canton (13 municipalities of which the most affected are: Srebrenik, Tuzla, Lukavac, Gračanica, Sapna and Doboj Istok), Central Bosnia Canton (Travnik and Vitez surrounding areas), Posavina Canton (most affected municipalities: Orašje, Domaljevac, Odžak).
RS: The most affected municipalities are Banja Luka, Kotor Varos Laktasi, Ribnik, Kostajnica, Prijedor, Jezero, Novi Grad; Bijeljina, Bratunac, Vlasenica, Zvornik, Lopare, Milići, Osmaci, Ugljevik, Srebrenica, Sekovići; Doboj, Modrica, Samac, Brod, Donji Zabar, Vukosavlje, Petrovo, Srbac. More municipalities have been affected but were not covered by the reporting institution.
(Source: OKC BiH 112 Report, 10 June 2014)