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FL-2024-000048-URY Flood Uruguay Between March 16 and 22, Uruguay experienced a series of adverse weather events that generated serious situations in different regions of the country with consequences such as floods, falling trees, road closures, displacement of people who evacuated their homes. More than 100,000 individuals are estimated to have been impacted by the floods, with over 6,000 people displaced from their homes across various departments nationwide, primarily in Florida, San José, and Canelones. Evacuations have occurred in shelters and with friends and family, leading to an undercount due to unregistered self-evacuations. 
FL-2024-000047-BDI Flood Burundi GDACS - Medium in Burundi  
VO-2024-000046-IDN Volcano Indonesia Ruang volcano, located on Ruang Island (part of Sangihe Islands, North Sulawesi Province), increased its volcanic activity on 16-17 April with explosions and emission of volcanic ash and lava. The worst hit areas are Pumpente Village and Pathology Village in Tagulandang District (Sitaro Islands Regency, North Sulawesi Province). According to the National Agency for Disaster Countermeasure (BNPB), 828 people have been displaced, of whom 45 are in one evacuation centre and 783 are in the homes of relatives. National and local authorities are providing assistance for those affected and established an Emergency Response Status for 14 days starting from April 16. The level of the volcano has been raised from II to III, people cannot enter in the area radius of 4 km from the centre of the active crater. 
FL-2024-000045-KEN Flood Kenya The last week of March marked the start of the long rains season (March to May) characterised by isolated heavy storms that caused heavy rainfall and flash floods in several parts of the country.bAt least 13 people have died, nearly 3,000 households displaced, over 339 livestock killed, and unknown acres of croplands lost due to flooding in the country, according to initial reports. 
FL-2024-000044-RUS Flood Russia GDACS - Medium in Russia  
FL-2024-000043-CUB Flood Cuba On 23 March Cuba experienced intense rains and local thunderstorms that have swept through the entire western and central regions of the country before advancing towards the Eastern Region later that afternoon. The provinces most severely impacted thus far are Artemisa, Mayabeque, Matanzas, and Havana. Havana, in particular, has witnessed significant incidents of severe flooding, caused by the overflowing of the Luyano River. The torrential downpours have inflicted damage across various sectors, including infrastructure, with partial and total roof collapses, disruptions to the power grid affecting over 270,000 individuals, agricultural losses, and livelihood setbacks. As of 25 March, the UN Country Team in Cuba has reported the evacuation of nearly 1,000 individuals in the capital, primarily due to multiple landslides. 
TC-2024-000042-MDG Tropical Cyclone Madagascar Very heavy rainfall, associated to the passage of the tropical cyclone GAMANE, affected north-eastern and central-eastern Madagascar on 26-29 March, causing several severe weather related incidents that have resulted in casualties and widespread damage. The most affected regions are Analanjirofo (the most affected), Atsinanana, Diana and Sava. The National Office for Risk and Disaster Management (BNGRC) reports, as of 1 April, 18 fatalities, four people still missing, 3 injured people, more than 24,000 displaced people (of which a number of these in 87 shelters) and a total of nearly 88,200 affected people across the four aforementioned affected Regions. In addition, BNGRC also reports over 19,500 damaged houses and 135 damaged schools. 
FL-2024-000041-PAK Flood Pakistan Heavy rainfall and heavy hailstorms have been affecting north-western Pakistan (in particular the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Province) since 31 March, triggering landslides and causing floods and a number of severe weather-related incidents (particularly due to hailstorms) that have resulted in casualties and damage. 
EQ-2024-000040-TWN Earthquake Taiwan (China) GDACS - Medium humanitarian impact, magnitude 7.4M tsunami generates 0.51m 
FL-2024-000039-KAZ Flood Kazakhstan Due to warming temperatures and heavy rains, flooding has begun in several regions. More than 2 thousand people have been evacuated and more than 300 private houses have been flooded. 
FL-2024-000039-RUS Flood Russia Severe floods and flash floods, mainly due to rapid snow melting caused by warm temperature but also due to heavy rainfall, have been affecting south-western Russia, in particular the Orenburg Region, and the neighbouring north-western Kazakhstan since 3 April, resulting in casualties and widespread damage. The flooding has also worsened after two local dams broke on 5 April in the area of Ors City (south-eastern Orenburg Region). 
FL-2024-000038-AFG Flood Afghanistan Heavy rainfall across Afghanistan on 29 and 30 March has destroyed more than 1,500 acres of agricultural land and resulted in severe damage to over 540 homes, as well as other critical infrastructure across seven provinces, including six bridges and 450 km of road. Based on initial reports and assessments, the provinces where most damage has been reported are Faryab province in the Northern region, Nangarhar province in Eastern region, and Daikundi province in the Central Highlands region. This is the third time that the Northern region has experienced flooding in less than a month, with seven people killed and 384 families affected in heavy rains that occurred on 21 and 26-27 March. 
EP-2024-000037-BFA Epidemic Burkina Faso In 2023, there were a cumulative total of 2190 measles cases with five deaths. However, the situation in 2024 far surpasses these figures. From week 1 to week 9 alone, there have been 3050 suspected cases and 10 deaths. These numbers for 2024 significantly exceed those of the preceding three years (2021 to 2023). While all health regions are affected, the Central, North-Central, North, Boucle du Mouhoun, and Hauts-Bassins regions have reported the highest number of cases. Active measles outbreaks persist in districts such as Boulmiougou and Bogodogo in the Central region, Ouahigouya in the North region, Tougouri in the North-Central region, and Boromo and Solenzo in the Boucle du Mouhoun region. Additionally, new outbreaks have emerged in the Nongr-Masom health district in the Central region (20 cases in week 8 and 31 cases in week 9) and the Dori health district in the Sahel region (8 cases in week 8_2024 and 28 cases in week 9_2024). As of week 9 of 2024, Sig-Nonghin, Tenado, Kaya, Manni, Dandé, Orodara, and Zorgho are identified as new districts at risk of epidemic. 
FL-2024-000036-BRA Flood Brazil Heavy rainfall has been affecting south-eastern Brazil, in particular the Rio de Janeiro State over the last 48 hours, causing floods, flash floods and triggering landslides that have resulted in casualties and damage. Media report, as of 15 January, eleven fatalities and one person still missing across the Rio de Janeiro Metropolitan Region. In addition, media also report the flooding of the subway network. The state of emergency was declared by the local authority over the Rio de Janeiro City area. 
FL-2024-000035-IRQ Flood Iraq  
EQ-2024-000034-PNG Earthquake Papua New Guinea GDACS - High humanitarian impact, magnitude 6.9M tsunami generates 0m 
EQ-2024-000033-IDN Earthquake Indonesia GDACS - Medium humanitarian impact, magnitude 6.4M tsunami generates 0m 
TC-2024-000032-MOZ Tropical Cyclone Mozambique TC Filipo: The National Institute for Disaster Management (INGD) report that 48,116 people (8,533 households) were affected in the provinces of Gaza, Inhambane, Maputo and Sofala. Two deaths and 25 people injured have been reported. According to the information available, the most affected area is Maputo city with 25,455 people affected (2 percent of total population). Damage to infrastructure includes 8,000 houses partially/completely damaged, 146 schools (22,442 students) affected along with 51 health centres, 56 electric poles, and 19 roads affected. The highest humanitarian needs are in education, shelter/NFIs, water purification and hygiene kits. Infrastructure reconstruction/rehabilitation needs have also been identified. 
FL-2024-000031-MWI Flood Malawi Flash floods hit Malawi's Nkhotakota district after incessant rains in the region, leaving affected areas inaccessible by road due to widespread damage to infrastructure. The floods left six people dead and has displaced thousands of others in Malawi's central region last week. Torrential rains also affected Karonga district in northern region. This development comes a year after Cyclone Freddy ripped through Malawi and neighbouring Mozambique and Madagascar, killing more than 500 people, mostly Malawians. More than 14 000 people have been affected in the latest bout of floods. 
OT-2024-000029-COD Other Congo Democratic Republic In the eastern part of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), particularly in North Kivu, a devastating conflict has been ongoing for nearly two years. This conflict has escalated and become increasingly complex, posing unprecedented challenges to the region. The situation is characterized by the presence of numerous armed actors, a large population of internally displaced persons (IDPs), and a significant number of people in need of humanitarian assistance. Since the conflict began in March 2022, approximately 1.6 million people have been displaced according to UN data. The city of Goma and surrounding areas, notably in Nyiragongo territory, have experienced multiple waves of displacement, with large numbers of people seeking refuge.  
FL-2024-000027-ARG Flood Argentina In the early hours of 3 March the Capital Department of the Province of Corrientes experienced a deluge of intense and prolonged rainfall, totaling over 300 mm within a span of less than 12 hours. This event set a historical record for the city and resulted in significant impacts in the City of Corrientes, including flooded streets and numerous homes submerged. 
FL-2024-000026-IDN Flood Indonesia GDACS - Medium in Indonesia  
CW-2024-000025-AFG Cold Wave Afghanistan Heavy snowfall, rainfall and low temperatures has affected most of Afghanistan resulting in casualties and widespread disruption to services, blocked roads and significant loss of livestock of livestock between February 26 - March 1. The provinces most affected are: Badghis, Badakhshan, Faryab, Jawzjan, Kandahar, Helmand and Sari Pul. The government has responded to the situation wrought on by the extreme weather events with the establishment of committees to respond to the needs of the population. 
FL-2024-000024-DZA Flood Algeria On February 29th, 2024, the Wilaya of Jijel experienced significant flooding incidents in two specific areas: the AADL residencies and Al Ansar Daira. These incidents exacerbated existing challenges caused by recent heavy rainfall.  
EP-2024-000023-PER Epidemic Peru The accumulation of water from the rains and the high temperatures creates a breeding ground for diseases like dengue fever. In fact, the rise of dengue among the population led the Ministry of Health to declare a Health Emergency on 28 February in 20 regions (Supreme Decree NÂș004-2024-SA). As of February 24th, the number of cases reached 34,042, more than two times the number of cases in 2023 (+131.7%). The regions with the most cases are La Libertad (6,148), Piura (5,275), Ica (4,645), Ancash (3,766) and Lima (2,899). Children and adolescents infected with dengue are more than 10,000, representing 29.6% of the infected population and 13.6% of the deaths by dengue (6 out of 44). 
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Volcano,Indonesia: Ruang volcano, located on Ruang Island (part of Sangihe Islands, North Sulawesi Province), increased its volcanic activity on 16-17 April with explosions and emission of volcanic ash and lava. The worst hit areas are Pumpente Village and Pathology Village in Tagulandang District (Sitaro Islands Regency, North Sulawesi Province). According to the National Agency for Disaster Countermeasure (BNPB), 828 people have been displaced, of whom 45 are in one evacuation centre and 783 are in the homes of relatives. National and local authorities are providing assistance for those affected and established an Emergency Response Status for 14 days starting from April 16. The level of the volcano has been raised from II to III, people cannot enter in the area radius of 4 km from the centre of the active crater.