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FL-2018-000134-IND Flood India The situation in Kerala state of India is worsened on Aug 10,2018 as all the five sluice gates of the Idukki dam were opened an shutters of over two dozen other dams were lifted, submerging vast areas in the state which has been reeling under unprecedented downpour in decades. The death toll in the last 48 hours has touched 29 in the past 24 hours. Eight districts namely Wayanad, Idukki, Alapuzzha, Kottayam, Ernakulam, Palakkad, Malappuram and Kozhikode districts are on red alert. As many as 439 relief camps have been opened sheltering more than 50,00 people in the state. ( Source: https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/india/kerala-flood-toll-rises-to-29-red-alert-in-8-districts/articleshow/65360414.cms)  
FR-2018-000133-USA Fire United States On 6 August 2018, the U.S. Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) reported a fire spread rapidly and burned 267,000 acres of land over the weekend in Mendocino County, California, United States, and threatened 9,000 homes and 300 commercial properties as well as destroyed 67 homes. Currently, 21,000 people were under mandatory evacuation.  
EP-2018-000132-NER Epidemic Niger On 13 July 2017, Niger MoH declared a cholera outbreak in the department of Madarounfa (region of Maradi) in Niger. Affected health areas include Dan- Issa, Gabi, Harounawa, Madeini, Maraka, Madarounfa, Rourouka and N'Yelwa . 
FL-2018-000130-THA Flood Thailand Nine provinces in the northeastern region of Thailand are still affected by flooding as a result of heavy rain and overflow from the Mekong River. Hardest hit is Nakhon Phanom, where water from the Mekong River has inundated parts of 12 district, affecting 12,256 households with 26,898 people. 
EP-2018-000129-COD Epidemic Congo Democratic Republic As of 3 August 2018, a total of 43 Ebola virus disease cases (13 confirmed and 30 probable), including 33 deaths, have been reported. An additional 33 suspected cases are currently pending laboratory testing to confirm or exclude Ebola virus disease. Three healthcare workers have been affected, of whom two have died. 
FL-2018-000128-SDN Flood Sudan From 23 to 30 July, flash floods have affected West Kordofan, Kassala, Elgzeeira, Sennar and Northern State provinces of Sudan, causing 17 deaths, over 60 injuries and affecting a total of 45,705 people (9,141 households). In addition to the above, the loss of cattle as well as destruction of homes was equally registered. 
EQ-2018-000127-IDN Earthquake Indonesia Medium humanitarian impact, magnitude 6.9M tsunami generates 0.1m 
HT-2018-000126-PRK Heat Wave Korea, Democratic People's Republic The current heatwave, ongoing since mid-July, is seriously affecting agriculture and people's health in South Phyongan and South Hamgyong Provinces. The heatwave has brought temperatures of over 39? across the country as of 3rd August. It is anticipated that this weather pattern will continue until mid-August and will significantly reduce the agricultural yield of the season. This is expected to cause serious consequences for the local food security and livelihoods. 
FL-2018-000125-KHM Flood Cambodia Stung Treng Province, the North-East province of Cambodia has been affected by the hydroelectric dam collapsed in Lao PDR on 23 July 2018. Total of two Districts (Siem Pang District and Stung Treng Town) were directly affected by the flash flooding, while three more districts (Siem Bok, Sesan, and Thalaborivat) were inundated by the flood water from Siem Pang and Stung Treng Town. In the aftermath of the flood, 1,662 families (5,817 people) from the two districts have been evacuated to the safe area. 
FL-2018-000124-MMR Flood Myanmar Heavy monsoon rains in recent weeks have led to floods and landslides in 10 states and regions of Myanmar. As of 17 June, 8,000 houses have been damaged or inundated, 23,000 people have been temporarily evacuated, 12,000 acres of farmland have been damaged, and 11 people have died due to floods and landslides. Government authorities, the Myanmar Red Cross Society (MRCS), and local organizations are providing assistance to flood-affected people, including food and other relief items. 
WF-2018-000123-GRC Wild fire Greece Wild fires in the Rafina and Kineta localities of Greece have left at least 90 people dead and destroyed hundreds of houses. 
EQ-2018-000122-IDN Earthquake Indonesia Medium humanitarian impact, magnitude 6.4M tsunami generates 0.04m 
FL-2018-000121-VNM Flood Viet Nam Flooding in northern and central Viet Nam has reportedly resulted in the deaths of 20 people following the impact of tropical storm Son Tinh. More than 100 houses have reportedly been destroyed and 4,000 houses have been flooded. Over 82,000 hectares of agricultural land has been destroyed and around 17,000 livestock killed. There is an ongoing risk of landslides in northern Viet Nam and in the areas close to the border with Lao PDR, with higher than average rainfall forecast for northern Lao PDR. 
FL-2018-000120-NGA Flood Nigeria As the rainy season is reaching its peak in Nigeria, different parts of the country have witnessed torrential rain falls in the last one month resulting in widespread flooding. On 13th?of July 2018, seven states of Katsina in the North West, Niger and Abuja FCT in the North Central, Yobe and Bauchi in the North East, Ogun and Ondo States in the South West have reported devastating floods affecting communities in their states.  
EP-2018-000119-TZA Epidemic Tanzania Cholera cases in 2018 increased and nearly doubled during the period of January - July 2018 (3 128 cases), when compared to the same period in 2017 (1 535 cases). 
FF-2018-000118-LAO Flash Flood Lao People's Democratic Republic The Xepian-Xe Nam Noy hydropower dam under construction in Attapeu province in Southeast of Laos collapsed for an unknown reason on Monday 23 July. Five billion cubic metres of water released by the dam collapse caused flash flooding in at least six nearby villages (Yai Thae, Hinlad, Mai, Thasengchan, Tha Hin and Samong). Some 7,000 people have been affected by the floods. 
EP-2018-000116-KEN Epidemic Kenya On 8 June 2018, the Kenya Ministry of Health reported an outbreak of Rift Valley fever (RVF) in Wajir County in the north-east of the country ... As of 8 June 2018, a total of 10 suspected RVF cases, including five deaths (case fatality rate 50%), have been reported in Wajir County. Three case-patients have since recovered and been discharged, while one remains in admission at Wajir County Referral hospital. Eight additional blood specimens have been obtained and are being analysed at the KEMRI. 
HT-2018-000115-JPN Heat Wave Japan apan recorded its highest temperature ever 23 July 2018 as the mercury hit 41.1 in Kumagaya, Saitama Prefecture, amid a deadly heat wave, the Meteorological Agency said. Scorching weather killed 77 people and sent more than 30,000 people to hospitals across the nation from July 9 to 22 July 2018, according to the Fire and Disaster Management Agency and a Kyodo News tally. 
EQ-2018-000114-IRN Earthquake Iran, Islamic Republic At least 25 people were injured on Monday when a magnitude 5.8 earthquake shook southeastern Iran, just a day after another quake injured nearly 290 people in the west, Iranian media reported. 
TC-2018-000113-PHL Tropical Cyclone Philippines NDRRMC has issued heavy rainfall and flood warnings for Tropical Depression 13 (Josie). It will be expected to leave Philippines Area of Responsibility by 23 July. Habagat monsoon season is enhanced by Tropical Depression 11, 12 and 13 bringing heavy rainfall since 16 July. NDRRMC reported that 158.509 families or 728,003 persons being affected across 585 barangays. Till date, 156 houses were reported to have sustained damage with only 9 being totally damaged. 
FL-2018-000112-GEO Flood Georgia After heavy raining and rapid melting of snow in the nearby glaciers, part of mountain Khokrili (Samegrelo Zemo Svaneti Region, Georgia) collapsed. The resulting landslides blocked the flow of river Nenskra, causing heavy flooding in the nearby villages. At least 323 families have been directly affected by the flooding. Many roads and bridges connecting the villages have been damaged. Additionally, a large proportion of the local farmland has been completely destroyed. 
OT-2018-000111-ETH Other Ethiopia There has been a major surge in displacement between Gedeo (SNNPR) and West Guji (Oromia) zones since 3 June 2018. 818,250 people have been recently displaced.  
TC-2018-000110-CHN Tropical Cyclone China, People's Republic GDACS - Medium humanitarian impact, max wind speed 259 km/h  
FL-2018-000092-MNG Flood Mongolia Between 3th of July to 5th of July 2018, heavy rainfall of unprecedented intensity caused flash flooding in several parts of Mongolia affecting more than 792 households across the country. Following the heavy rainfall, Khovd, Bayan-Ulgii, Zavkhan, Uvurkhangai Provinces Centers and Khan-Uul District became affected by the floods. Over 210 families have lost their homes, over 700 livestock have perished, and at least 55 hectares of agricultural land has been destroyed. 
ST-2018-000083-GNB SEVERE LOCAL STORM Guinea Bissau On 27 June 2018 at around 4 p.m., Guinea Bissau was hit by violent winds of 80 km to 120 km / h, (according to the National Meteorological Agency). The storm caused the destruction of hundreds of houses, social infrastructures (schools, hospitals, roads, etc.). In Bissau the capital, about 2,000 families were affected, and 420 houses were destroyed. Three (3) deaths were also reported. Approximately 800 people were displaced in other regions. The most affected areas are: Bissau, specifically, the districts of Antula, Militar, Bor, Bairro Reno, Cuntum and Praca, and the regions of Bubaque, Bolama, Biombo, Oio and Sao Domingos. 
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FL-2018-000134-IND
Flood,India: The situation in Kerala state of India is worsened on Aug 10,2018 as all the five sluice gates of the Idukki dam were opened an shutters of over two dozen other dams were lifted, submerging vast areas in the state which has been reeling under unprecedented downpour in decades. The death toll in the last 48 hours has touched 29 in the past 24 hours. Eight districts namely Wayanad, Idukki, Alapuzzha, Kottayam, Ernakulam, Palakkad, Malappuram and Kozhikode districts are on red alert. As many as 439 relief camps have been opened sheltering more than 50,00 people in the state. ( Source: https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/india/kerala-flood-toll-rises-to-29-red-alert-in-8-districts/articleshow/65360414.cms)