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21 Feb 2018 description

I. SITUATION OVERVIEW

A. Chronological of Events and Eruption Notifications from 13 January to 19 February 2018 (TAB A)

B. Current Situation

21 February 2018

21 Feb 2018 description

I. SITUATION OVERVIEW

A. Chronological of Events and Eruption Notifications from 13 January to 19 February 2018 (TAB A)

B. Current Situation

20 February 2018

20 Feb 2018 description
report ACTED

It has been more than 6 months since Marawi conflict erupted and Chay and her family are still living in an evacuation centre. They are from the city centre, known as “ground zero”, where the fighting was most intense and the destructions most severe. The city centre is still a restricted area due to the destructions and the presence of land-mines, and the family doesn’t know when they will be able to return home. They fled the day after hostilities began and eventually arrived in this evacuation centre, a private school located in Baloi, north of Marawi City.

19 Feb 2018 description

Regional Summary (Week 07)

Most disasters recorded were hydro-meteorological in nature, due to intense rainfall in Indonesia and TS Sanba (Basyang) in Philippines. Concern on Mount Mayon (Philippines) continued, while Mount Agung (Indonesia) erupted again despite alert level being lowered. All disasters are within the capacity of respective ASEAN Member States.

19 Feb 2018 description

I. SITUATION OVERVIEW

A. Chronological of Events and Eruption Notifications from 13 January to 18 February 2018 (TAB A)

B. Current Situation

19 February 2018

19 Feb 2018 description

I. SITUATION OVERVIEW

A. Chronological of Events and Eruption Notifications from 13 January to 17 February 2018 (TAB A)

B. Current Situation

18 February 2018

18 Feb 2018 description

I. SITUATION OVERVIEW

A. Chronological of Events and Eruption Notifications from 13 January to 16 February 2018 (TAB A)

B. Current Situation

16 February 2018

15 Feb 2018 description

I. SITUATION OVERVIEW

A. Chronological of Events and Eruption Notifications from 13 January to 13 February 2018 (TAB A)

14 February 2018

15 Feb 2018 description

I. SITUATION OVERVIEW

A. Chronological of Events and Eruption Notifications from 13 January to 14 February 2018 (TAB A)

15 February 2018

13 Feb 2018 description

I. SITUATION OVERVIEW

A. Chronological of Events and Eruption Notifications from 13 January to 12 February 2018 (TAB A)

B. Current Situation

13 February 2018

12 Feb 2018 description

Regional Summary for Week 06 (5-11 Feb) & Outlook for Week 07 (12-18 Feb)

  1. Week 06 was dominated by hydro-meteorological disasters, including floods and landslides in Malaysia,
    Indonesia and Philippines. All disasters were within the capacity of government agencies of ASEAN member states. Approximately 974,316 people in ASEAN region were affected.

  2. Alert Status for Mount Agung (Bali, Indonesia) reduced to Alert Level III (Watch) from 10 Feb 2018, with mandatory exclusion zone reduced to 4 km radius (BNPB; PVMBG).

12 Feb 2018 description

PACIFIC

Tropical Cyclone Gita passed Samoa on 10 February and Niue on 11 February, with damage and localized flooding reported in Samoa. TC Gita is forecast to strike Tonga on the evening of 12 February. As of 12 February, 12:00 UTC, TC Gita continues to move west as a Category 4 cyclone with winds of up to 213 km/h, it is expected to maintain this intensity as it passes over Tonga and into Fijian territorial waters. More than 80,000 people in Tonga are currently expected to be impacted by cyclone strength winds.

MYANMAR

12 Feb 2018 description

I. SITUATION OVERVIEW

A. Chronological of Events and Eruption Notifications from 13 January to 11 February 2018 (TAB A)

B. Current Situation

12 February 2018

11 Feb 2018 description

I. SITUATION OVERVIEW

A. Chronological of Events and Eruption Notifications from 13 January to 10 February 2018 (TAB A)

B. Current Situation

11 February 2018

11 Feb 2018 description

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II. EFFECTS

A. Affected Population (TAB A)

  1. A total of 184,278 families or 871,757 persons were affected in 1,215 barangays in regions MIMAROPA, VII, IX, X, XI, XII, ARMM and CARAGA due to TY "VINTA".

  2. Of which, a total of 1,671 families or 7,569 persons are currently being served inside 22 evacuation centers (ECs) and 4,470 families or 22,464 persons outside the evacuation center.

Source: DSWD DROMIC Report #29 on TY VINTA, 18 January 2018, 6:00 PM

11 Feb 2018 description

Situation Overview

On 22 December 2017, the monitored Low Pressure Area east of Hinatuan, Surigao del Sur has developed into a Severe Tropical Storm and was named “Vinta” (international name: Tembin). It exited Philippine Area of Responsibility (PAR) on 24 December 2017.

Status of Affected Families / Persons

184,278 families or 871,757 persons are affected in 1,215 barangays in Regions MIMAROPA, VII, IX, X, XI, XII, CARAGA, and ARMM (see Table 1; details in Annex A).

10 Feb 2018 description

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II. EFFECTS

A. Affected Population (TAB A)

  1. A total of 167,963 families/ 797,337 persons were affected in 1,179 barangays in regions MIMAROPA, VII, IX, X, XI, XII, ARMM and CARAGA due to TY "VINTA".

  2. Of which, a total of 4,053 families / 19,369 persons are currently being served inside 24 evacuation centers (ECs) and 4,470 families / 22,464 persons outside the evacuation center.

Source: DSWD DROMIC Report #29 on TY VINTA, 18 January 2018, 6:00 PM

10 Feb 2018 description

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II. EFFECTS

A. Affected Population (TAB A)

  1. A total of 435,220 families / 1,852,9004 persons are affected in 2,524 barangays in Regions MIMAROPA, V, VI, VII, VIII, and CARAGA.

  2. At the height of the event, a total of 183,436 families or 808,342 persons were served inside and outside evacuation centers (ECs):

Inside 1,910 ECs: 94,661 families / 424,016 persons

Outside ECs: 88,775 families / 384,326 persons

Source: DSWD DROMIC Report #28, 6AM 27 January 2018