Debido a las intensas lluvias que caen en la sierra central, se produjo un deslizamiento de lodo y piedras que bloquea vías del distrito de Huancabamba, en la provincia de Oxapampa, región Pasco.
Según el informe del Centro de Operaciones de Emergencia Regional (COER) de Pasco, la emergencia se registró esta madrugada a 12 kilómetros del caserío de Ancahuachanán y a 18 kilómetros el sector Chilachi.
Agrega que fueron afectados alrededor de 130 metros lineales de vías vecinales que interconectan el distrito de Huancabamba.
Intensas lluvias provocaron desborde del riachuelo Torrechayoc ubicado en la provincia de Paucartambo
Con apoyo de maquinaria pesada de la Municipalidad Distrital de Challabamba (Cusco), se efectúan trabajos de limpieza tras el huaico registrado hoy por el desborde del riachuelo Torrechayoc, informó el Instituto Nacional de Defensa Civil (Indeci).
Precisó que las intensas lluvias en la provincia cusqueña de Paucartambo provocaron el desborde del referido riachuelo.
Evento natural fue provocado por lluvias intensas
Al menos 30 familias resultaron damnificadas y afectadas por un huaico de grandes proporciones que inundó sus viviendas ubicadas en el distrito de Challabamba, provincia de Paucartambo, región Cusco, se informó.
El director del Instituto Nacional de Defensa Civil (Indeci) César Chonate, confirmó a la Agencia Andina que la emergencia se registró cerca de la medianoche y las primeras horas de esta madrugada a causa de las intensas lluvias.
Message from our Regional Director
Despite numerous humanitarian challenges in 2017 in Africa, there were also a number of heart-warming accomplishments. A case in point, was when a local response of Red Crescent teams—and other partners—curbed Somalia's cholera outbreak through the power of local volunteers and shared international expertise. In terms of support to our members, 36 National Societies were able to kick start initiatives that built their capacity through seed grants.
- Due to heavy torrential rains, Landslides/Mudflows have occurred in Mbale District, Uganda
- As of 13 October 2018, there were landslides/mudflows satellite-detected in Bufutsa and Bumushisho Parishes
- This is a preliminary analysis and has not yet been validated in the field. Please send ground feedback to UNITAR – UNOSAT.
Tropical cyclone WILLA made landfall near Isla del Bosque village (Sinaloa State) early on 24 October (UTC) with maximum sustained winds of 195 km/h (Category 3 hurricane). Very heavy rainfall, strong winds and storm surge are affecting the coast of south-western Mexico (southern Sinaloa, western Nayarit and western Jalisco States). On 24 October at 3.00 UTC its centre was located inland approx. 125 km south-west of Durango (Durango State), with maximum sustained winds of 185 km/h (Category 3 hurricane).
A revolution in aid: Start Network releases 2017 Annual Report
Start Network, a global network of aid agencies, has today published its first annual report showcasing its collective efforts to revolutionise the humanitarian aid system.
15 October 2018, Dushanbe – Within 2017, 720 cases of avalanches, 41 mudflow and 23 landslides have been registered in Tajikistan, the Committee of Emergency Situation under the Government of Tajikistan (CoES) reports during an interview organized by the UNDP Disaster Risk Management Programme to mark the International Day for Disaster Reduction. According to the CoES mudslides and floods are the top hazards causing the most significant damage to the national economy.
Evacuations taking place in Sinaloa state as coastline braces for winds and flooding.
By Cydney Justman
Hurricane Willa weakened overnight to a Category 3 storm, but the hurricane could still bring devastating storm surge, wind and rain to Mexico’s Pacific Coast, according to the U.S. National Hurricane Center. The storm is expected to make landfall south of Mazatlan on Tuesday evening, and evacuations have been taking place in low-lying areas of Sinaloa state to protect residents from potential flooding.
A. SITUATION ANALYSIS
Description of the disaster
Este documento es el resultado de la evaluación que los especialistas del Centro Nacional de Prevención de Desastres (cenapred) realizaron de los principales desastres que ocurrieron en 2016, mediante visitas de campo y consultas directas con las autoridades locales.
Contiene los efectos de los fenómenos sobre la población, sus bienes y la infraestructura pública y privada de los estados impactados. También incluye algunos eventos que no pudieron ser evaluados a detalle, sin embargo, presentan algunas estimaciones del impacto económico de estos fenómenos.
This map illustrates satellite-detected landslide at in Bukalasi and surrounding areas located close to Mount Elgon in Manjiya District, Eastern Region, Uganda, as seen on Pleiades-1 satellite imagery with 0.5m resolution, collected on 13 October 2018. The analysis of the image shows that landslides and overflowed waters/mud seem to have hit Bukalasi along the stream and have potentially affected several houses and also caused cut of roads. This is a preliminary analysis and has not yet been validated in the field. Please send ground feedback to UNITAR - UNOSAT.
Bududa. Households in 10 more villages and acres of crops in Bududa District are at risk of being swept away by mudslides that has already killed scores of people and buried at least 100 homes. “The situation is tense and several more villages are at risk of being swept away by the mudslides. People need to be relocated to safer areas, the situation now is terrible,” the Bududa District chairman, Mr Wilson Watira, told journalists yesterday.
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A massive storm system brought historic flooding across South Eastern Europe in 2014, causing more than $2 billion in damages in Bosnia and Herzegovina and shrinking Serbia’s economy by nearly a full percent. Two years later, in August 2016, thunderstorms in the Former Yugoslav Republic (FYR) of Macedonia dropped 93 liters of precipitation per square meter in just a few hours, sparking flash floods in the capital, Skopje, that killed at least 21 people.
Flash floods and mudslides across Central America and Cuba and have affected at least 180 000 people since 5 October. At least 18 deaths have been reported (8 in Honduras, 5 in Nicaragua, 4 in El Salvador, 1 in Costa Rica) and thousands of people have been evacuated. More rain is expected in the coming days and weather alerts remain in place for the next 72 hours. Classes have been suspended in Guatemala and in El Salvador.
On 5 October 2018, a low-pressure system developed over Central America and began inundating the region with heavy rainfall. The low-pressure system later converted into Hurricane Michael, which is now threatening the southern coastal regions of the United States of America.
Message from the WFP Representative
2017 marked another year of progress for Bangladesh. The country met the Least Developed Country (LDC) graduation requirements for the first time, meaning that LDC graduation could be formalized as soon as 2021. Bangladesh moved up in the Human Development Index rankings (to 142). GDP growth for 2017 was an impressive 7.3 percent. The Government of Bangladesh has shown strong commitment to development and has the results to show for it, as a member of lower middle-income countries since 2016, according to the World Bank.
- Fifteen deaths were registered and three people are missing following heavy rain in Central America (6 in Honduras, 5 in Nicaragua, 3 in El Salvador and 1 in Costa Rica).
- Alerts remain in place in Honduras (Red Alert in three departments), Costa Rica (Red Alert in Puntarenas and Yellow Alert affected cantons of Nicoya Peninsula), Nicaragua (Yellow Alert at national level), El Salvador (Yellow Alert in 31 municipalities), and Guatemala (Yellow national institutional alert).
- In Honduras, 7 013 people have been affected, 3 019 people evacuated and 2 746 people are in …