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FL-2016-000042-KEN Flood Kenya Heavy rainfall has been observed in various parts of the country over the last few days. Nairobi County has so far seen the worst effects of the rains that have affected a total of approximately 792HHs due to flooding in the various estates and has also led to a collapse of one residential building in Huruma. As at the time of this Sitrep, 16 deaths had been confirmed and 135 people injured and treated for multiple type injuries.  
FL-2016-000041-URY Flood Uruguay Heavy rains in April, as well as a tornado, have caused flooding and destroyed homes in various areas in Uruguay. According to Uruguay's National Emergency System's (SINAE) 21 April 2016 report, both events have displaced more than 10,000 people. 
EP-2016-000040-PNG Epidemic Papua New Guinea On 11 March 2016, the National Department of Health of Papua New Guinea reported that 6 cases of Zika virus infection had been confirmed through retrospective testing of samples taken from patients presenting with a febrile illness between July 2014 and March 2016. Cases were confirmed by polymerase chain reaction (PCR). None of the patients positive for Zika virus had travelled outside Papua New Guinea prior to their illness. 
ST-2016-000039-MMR SEVERE LOCAL STORM Myanmar Since 19 April, strong winds, hail and heavy rains have affected over 40 townships across Mandalay and Sagaing regions and Shan, Kachin and Chin states. Over 1,100 houses were destroyed and 11,600 houses damaged. As of 25 April, authorities confirmed 14 deaths and 18 people injured due to the severe weather conditions - these figures are expected to change as more information becomes available. In Kachin, strong winds destroyed internally displaced persons (IDP) shelter and camp structures. 
TC-2016-000038-WSM Tropical Cyclone Samoa Tropical Cyclone Amos has strengthened in the southwest Pacific and forecast to pass close to Samoa's southern coast as a category three storm overnight Saturday, 23 April 2016  
FL-2016-000037-SAU Flood Saudi Arabia Heavy rains have lashed Saudi Arabia for several days and the education ministry closed schools in and around the capital Riyadh. Rains and flooding have killed 18 people throughout Saudi Arabia. 
FF-2016-000036-IRN Flash Flood Iran, Islamic Republic Torrential rain spread across Iran from the morning of Wednesday 13 April 2016 until the weekend, wreaking havoc across the country. These flash floods have inflicted serious damage across 12 provinces, with Lorestan and Ilam in the west, Kurdistan and Kermanshah in northwest, and Khuzestan in the southwest, being among the worst-hit. 
EQ-2016-000035-ECU Earthquake Ecuador A powerful 7.8-magnitude earthquake rocked Ecuador Saturday, sending high-rises swaying in the country's biggest city of Guayaquil and knocking out power in much of the capital Quito. 
FF-2016-000034-YEM Flash Flood Yemen Flash floods caused by heavy rains on 13 and 14 April have inundated a number of districts in seven governorates in Yemen - Al Hudaydah, Amran, Hajjah, Sana'a, Al Mahwit, Aden, and Marib affecting an estimated 4,000 families (24,000 people). While estimations of deaths are still being verified initial information indicate that at least 20 people have been killed. 
EQ-2016-000033-JPN Earthquake Japan At least two people were killed and 45 injured by a magnitude-6.5 earthquake that knocked down houses and buckled roads in Kyushu on Thursday night. 
EP-2016-000032-MDV Epidemic Maldives On 7 January 2016, the National IHR Focal Point of Maldives notified WHO of a case of Zika virus infection with onset of symptoms in June 2015, in a patient returning from Finland. 
EP-2016-000031-VNM Epidemic Viet Nam On 5 April 2016, the National IHR Focal Point of Viet Nam notified WHO of 2 confirmed cases of locally-acquired Zika virus infection.These are the first autochthonous cases of Zika virus infection detected in Viet Nam in 2016. The risk of a global spread of Zika virus to areas where the competent vectors, the Aedes mosquitoes, are present is significant given the wide geographical distribution of these mosquitoes in various regions of the world. 
EQ-2016-000030-MMR Earthquake Myanmar A 6.9-magnitude quake hit northern Myanmar on 13 April. 
EP-2016-000029-ZMB Epidemic Zambia Since 5 February, 567 cumulative cases of cholera have been reported in Zambia; 481 in Lusaka City and 1 in Rufunsa district in Lusaka Province; 23 in Chibombo in Central province, 61 in Nsama in Northern Province and 1 in Ndola in Copperbelt Province. One hundred and fifty six (156) of these cases have been laboratory confirmed as cholera. 
EQ-2016-000028-AFG Earthquake Afghanistan This earthquake can have a high humanitarian impact based on the Magnitude and the affected population and their vulnerability. 
FL-2016-000027-PNG Flood Papua New Guinea In Jiwaka the Wagi valley has flooded and numerous landslides have occurred because of heavy rains. It is estimated that five thousand households are affected by flooding or landslides. One of the biggest concerns remains food security. 
FL-2016-000026-PNG Flood Papua New Guinea In Jiwaka the Wagi valley has flooded and numerous landslides have occurred because of heavy rains. It is estimated that five thousand households are affected by flooding or landslides. One of the biggest concerns remains food security. 
FL-2016-000025-SRB Flood Serbia Heavy rainfalls occurred in Western part of Serbia in the first week of March (6-7 March), which caused rivers to spill over and affected the levels of major rivers and streams in Western and Southern Morava rivers. State of emergency was declared in the municipalities of Arilje and Lu?ani since rivers Bjelica and Moravica flooded local roads, homes and other infrastructures such as factories and schools. As a result of continuous rains, further flooding affected other areas of the country, bringing a number of municipalities to declare a state of natural disaster as of 8th of March. In municipalities where the state of emergency was declared until 8th of March about 710 households were flooded and 154 people were evacuated.  
FL-2016-000024-FJI Flood Fiji Tropical Disturbance TD15F lies just southwest of Fiji and is moving southeastwards.The towns of Nadi and Rakiraki have been without power for two days and are cut off by floodwater, as are many remote villages. More than 1,000 people are sheltering in 69 evacuation centres in the Western and Central divisions. 
TS-2016-000023-VUT Tsunami Vanuatu This earthquake is expected to have a medium humanitarian impact based on the magnitude and the affected population and their vulnerability. 
WF-2016-000022-PHL Wild fire Philippines The wildfire that started on 26 March 2016 has already ruined more than 400 hectares of habitat in the Mt. Apo Natural Park (MANP) mostly on its grasslands. 
FL-2016-000021-PAK Flood Pakistan Heavy rain in the north of the country have caused floods and landslides, leaving at least 80 people dead, 102 injured and 258 homes damaged in the provinces of FATA, Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa, Balochistan and Punjab as well as in the administrative division of Azad Jammu and Kashmir. 
EP-2016-000020-NER Epidemic Niger From 1 January to the end of February, Niger recorded 417 cases of meningitis, including 34 deaths. One district in the region of Niamey has reached the epidemic threshold, and two districts in the regions of Dosso and Tillabery have hit the alert level. This year, health authorities have identified 21 districts as being at risk. During the same period last year, around 100 cases had been recorded, rising to 345 by the end of March 2015. 
FL-2016-000019-HTI Flood Haiti More than 10,000 families have been affected by floods, which particularly impacted the provinces of Nord, Grande-Anse, and Ouest. 
WF-2016-000018-IDN Wild fire Indonesia Indonesia's western province of Riau has declared a state of emergency over forest and land fires blazing on the island of Sumatra. 
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FL-2016-000042-KEN
Flood,Kenya: Heavy rainfall has been observed in various parts of the country over the last few days. Nairobi County has so far seen the worst effects of the rains that have affected a total of approximately 792HHs due to flooding in the various estates and has also led to a collapse of one residential building in Huruma. As at the time of this Sitrep, 16 deaths had been confirmed and 135 people injured and treated for multiple type injuries.

ST-2016-000039-MMR
SEVERE LOCAL STORM,Myanmar: Since 19 April, strong winds, hail and heavy rains have affected over 40 townships across Mandalay and Sagaing regions and Shan, Kachin and Chin states. Over 1,100 houses were destroyed and 11,600 houses damaged. As of 25 April, authorities confirmed 14 deaths and 18 people injured due to the severe weather conditions - these figures are expected to change as more information becomes available. In Kachin, strong winds destroyed internally displaced persons (IDP) shelter and camp structures.