Thailand + 2 more

ASEAN Weekly Disaster Update, 26 September - 2 October 2016

Originally published



  • Flooding in two villages in Demak, Central Java affected 110 families, submerging their houses.
  • Mt. Barujari in East Lombok, West Nusa Tenggara erupted. The volcano spewed volcanic ash 2,000 meters above the crater when it erupted. The local authority evacuated 400 tourists and climbers to avoid casualty.


  • The Southwest Monsoon aggravated by Typhoon Helen brought heavy rains that caused flooding in 3 municipalities in the province of Bulacan. 356 families of 1,559 persons were relocated to 6 evacuation centers. Several roads became impassable, flights and classes were cancelled.
  • Heavy rains caused landslides in Brgy. Namnam in San Fernando, Bukidnon. 296 families were affected.


  • Heavy downpour and forest run-off caused flooding in several provinces and numerous villages in the North, the Northeast and Central Plains of Thailand. Around 22,029 families are affected and several thousand hectares of agricultural lands.