Bosnia and Herzegovina

Bosnia and Herzegovina – Flood Disaster Situation Report June 8, 2014

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HIGHLIGHTS/KEY PRIORITIES:

  • The Federal and the RS meteorological Institutes report that the weather conditions will be getting better and that temperatures will be rising;

  • Federal and Republic of Srpska Hydrological Report indicates that water levels are in most locations going down.

  • UNICEF is continuing to collect data on WASH from its partners and the field.

  • In most locations water systems have been re-established, water is still not potable in many areas;

  • Epidemiological situation is stable and no outbreaks have been reported in flood-stricken areas.

  • Doboj, Maglaj, Olovo, Una-Sana Canton and Posavina regions at the basin of Bosna, Krivaja and Usora rivers have been identified as mine and UXOs suspected areas;

  • Number of persons accommodated in temporary accommodation facilities 1531. Number of temporary accommodation facilities reported to be 55.

SITUATION OVERVIEW:

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.

  • Brcko District

(Source: OKC BiH 112 Report, 8 June 2014)