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12 Nov 2018 description

Regional Summary of Week 45, and Outlook for Week 46

  1. In Week 45, the reported disasters occurred mostly in the central region of ASEAN with a lot of flash floods and landslides occurrence throughout the week.

06 Nov 2018 description

Regional Summary of Week 44, and Outlook for Week 45 and 46

  1. In Week 44, the reported disasters occurred mostly in the central region of ASEAN. We have seen typhoon passing through the northern part of Philippines, floods in West Sumatra and drought in the Central Java Region.

29 Oct 2018 description

Regional Summary of Week 43, and Outlook for Week 44

26 Oct 2018 description
  1. HIGHLIGHTS

a. The cascading events on 28 September 2018 are characteristic of a catastrophic disaster scenario where major earthquakes triggered near-field tsunami, major liquefaction, and landslides, which resulted in direct damages, impacts, and constrained humanitarian access (AHA Centre). BNPB figures are available at the following site: https://sites.google.com/view/gempadonggala/beranda

25 Oct 2018 description

Philippines

• PAGASA has forecasted that the storm will affect Luzon bringing maximum sustained winds of 210km/h near the centre and wind gustiness of up to 260km/h. Keep yourself posted on the latest updates here.

• The typhoon is currently Category 5 status but is expected to weaken to Category 3 or 4 as it enters Philippines Area of Responsibility .

22 Oct 2018 description

1. HIGHLIGHTS

a. The cascading events on 28 September 2018 are characteristic of a catastrophic disaster scenario where major earthquakes triggered near-field tsunami, major liquefaction, and landslides, which resulted in direct damages, impacts, and constrained humanitarian access (AHA Centre). BNPB figures are available at the following site: https://sites.google.com/view/gempadonggala/beranda

22 Oct 2018 description

Regional Summary of Week 42, and Outlook for Week 43

1) In Week 42, the reported disasters are largely due to the change in season from Southwest to Northeast Monsoon. Southwestern parts of ASEAN has started to transit from the dry season to rainy season which resulted in the landslides and flash floods. In addition the disasters reported, AHA Centre also monitored several strong winds and occasional heavy rainfall in Java and Sulawesi Island, Indonesia.

22 Oct 2018 description

Quantity of water is calculated using the Sphere Minimum standards of average water use for drinking, cooking and personal hygiene in any household is at least 15 litres per person per day

19 Oct 2018 description

1. HIGHLIGHTS

a. The cascading events on 28 September 2018 are characteristic of a catastrophic disaster scenario where major earthquakes triggered near-field tsunami, major liquefaction, and landslides, which resulted in direct damages, impacts, and constrained humanitarian access (AHA Centre). BNPB figures are available at the following site: https://sites.google.com/view/gempadonggala/beranda