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DR-2022-000285-ETH Drought Ethiopia GDACS - Severe impact for agricultural drought in 512731 km2 over East Africa-2021  
WF-2022-000284-FRA Wild fire France GDACS - Medium in France  
LS-2022-000283-LKA Land Slide Sri Lanka The Southwest monsoon activation has been intensifying rainfall in Sri Lanka from 1 to 8 August 2022 where the Northern, Central, Western, Southern and Sabaragamuwa provinces of Sri Lanka have been affected. According to the Department of Meteorology, massive rainfall of 243mm was reported in the Northern sub district, the Nuwara Eliya, Nawalapitiya and Delthota sub districts in the Kandy district (Central Province) where several landslides and rock falls damaged houses and blocked roads and railway line. Rainfall over 100 millimeters was observed in the Rathnapura district (Sabaragamuwa province), and in the districts of Kandy and Nuwara-Eliya (Central Province). In total, five deaths were reported while three people have been missing and rescue teams are working around the clock despite heavy rains to recover the missing bodies. The continuous heavy rains coupled with high winds over 50 km/p have caused landslides, road embankment failures/ cutting failures, floods, rock fall and fallen trees across the districts of Nuwara Eliya, Kandy and Matale (Central Province), GalleHambantota and Matara districts (Southern Province), Rathnapura and Kegalle districts (Sabaragamuwa Province), and Gampaha district (Western Province). Due to the severity of the situation, agricultural lands and standing crops were also damaged in low lying areas due to flooding while infrastructure and housing damages have also been reported.  
FL-2022-000282-JPN Flood Japan GDACS - Medium in Japan  
FL-2022-000281-KOR Flood Korea Republic At least seven people have died in South Korea after record overnight rainfall hammered the capital Seoul, turning streets into rivers, submerging vehicles and inundating metro stations. 
DR-2022-000280-ETH Drought Ethiopia GDACS - Medium impact for agricultural drought in 512724 km2 over East Africa-2021  
WF-2022-000279-DEU Wild fire Germany GDACS - Medium in Germany, Czech Republic  
FF-2022-000278-MNG Flash Flood Mongolia The sudden and heavy rains have been pouring since the early June until the date in different regions of the country. The rainfall precipitation average is 46-60 mm and differs depending on the region and continued nearly 4 - 6 hours. According to the 286th resolution of the Mongolian Government, if the precipitation is more than 30 mm and continues for more than 3 hours, it falls under the category of the disastrous phenomenon. As a result of the sudden and heavy rains, there have been many cases of flash floods in the country in both urban and remote settlements. The flash flood impacts include the damage to the infrastructure including the railway, road, bridge, and at the household level damage, livestock mortality, complete destruction to gers, fences, water barricades. The major flash floods occurred on 19 and 24 July and according to the primary data collected from MRCS local branches, 1,186 households or approximately over 4,269 people have been severely affected 
FL-2022-000277-SDN Flood Sudan Since the beginning of the rainy season in June, about 19,409 people (numbers yet to be verified) have been affected by heavy rains and flooding so far, mostly in South Kordofan and White Nile, Kassala, and West Darfur state. 
FL-2022-000276-GMB Flood Gambia From 30th to 31st July 2022, heavy rains have been experienced throughout the country. This has led to mass flooding across the country.  
FL-2022-000275-UGA Flood Uganda Heavy rainfall has been affecting the Eastern Region since 30 July, triggering landslides and causing rivers to overflow (in particular the Nabuyonga, and Namatala Rivers) and floods that have resulted in casualties and damage. At least 3,745 households have been affected in the districts of Mbale, Kapchorwa, Sironko and Bulambuli, and Bukedea, with 24 deaths recorded. 
FF-2022-000274-IRN Flash Flood Iran, Islamic Republic Heavy rainfall has been affecting south-western Iran (particularly Fars province) since 22 July, triggering rivers overflow (in particular the Roudbal river) floods and flash floods and that have resulted in casualties and damage. Media report, as of 25 July, 22 fatalities, two persons still missing and around 90 injured people across ten villages in the aforementioned province. The worst affected areas are the villages nearby Estahban city. 
EQ-2022-000273-PHL Earthquake Philippines GDACS - Medium humanitarian impact, magnitude 7M tsunami generates 0m 
WF-2022-000272-USA Wild fire United States A fast-moving wildfire in California, Oak Fire continues to grow in size and has now burned 16,791 acres of land. The blaze has forced the evacuation of over 6,000 people, many of whom have been staying in temporary shelters. 
FL-2022-000271-NGA Flood Nigeria Since 20thJune 2022, abundant rains are being recorded over localized areas in southern Nigeria, with total amount of rains exceeding 100mm. Floods have also started to be recorded in some parts of the area at risk, mainly in Northern localities and urban areas since end of June 2022. Currently, more flash floods are recorded and general alerts are for the moment in yellow alert with a close monitoring of meteorological expert issuing frequent alerts since July. For next few weeks, heavy and enhanced rain is forecast over the majority of West Africa. More than 2000mm of rainfalls are projected in areas of southern Nigeria and 390mm projected in the Northern Part of the country from the week of 20th June and beyond. This trend follows the same path of previous years, which led to important flooding affecting almost 20 states in the country with more than 10,000 households randomly affected in various way, with always at least 3,000 households homeless and/or displaced. GDACS and IFRC risk watch as well as NiMET forecast are issuing alerts and forecasts from June with an projected worsening of the situation in August with intensification of floods and strong winds, storm, rivers etc high incidence on displacement, agriculture, households relief, markets etc. 
FL-2022-000270-PAK Flood Pakistan Heavy rains have been lashing multiple areas of the country since the start of the week of 11 July. According to authorities, the downpour has wreaked havoc in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP), Balochistan and parts of Sindh where the local administration has geared up to deal with the emergency. According to the Sindh Provincial Disaster Management Authority (PDMA), at least 26 people were killed in rain-related incidents in Sindh after monsoon showers battered Karachi and other parts of the province. Furthermore, the latest reports highlighted that the flood caused most of the damage in Balochistan and KP. As per NDMA reports (Sit-rep 17 July 2022), the monsoon rains across the country began on June 14 and have claimed 238 lives so far of which 122 were reported in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Balochistan. 
DR-2022-000269-HUN Drought Hungary GDACS - Medium impact for agricultural drought in 114357 km2 over Central Eastern Europe-2022  
DR-2022-000268-ETH Drought Ethiopia GDACS - Medium impact for agricultural drought in 475838 km2 over East Africa-2021  
FL-2022-000267-JPN Flood Japan Media reported evacuation orders were issued for around 256,000 residents in Miyagi Prefecture, Japan, after heavy rainfall from 15 July 2022. FDMA reported 1 person missing after the Natori Rive broke its banks in Sendai, and 1 person was injured in Osaki. Around 46 houses were damaged, mostly in Osaki. FDMA also reported landslides left around 50 people isolated in Kuma District, Kumamoto Prefecture. 
WF-2022-000266-FRA Wild fire France Since 12 July, wildfires have been affecting south-western France, in particular Gironde department (Nouvelle-Aquitaine region), burning an area of more than 12,900 hectares of vegetation, as reported by the Operational Centre for Inter-ministerial Crisis Management (COGIC). On 17 July, 2,100 people were evacuated in Cabanac Town, due to the Teste de Buch wildfire, which remains active and uncontrollable. 
FL-2022-000265-YEM Flood Yemen Yemen's annual rainy season starts in May and normally goes until August. This year however, Yemen witnessed heavier than normal rains, ranging in intensity accompanied by thunderstorms during May 2022. On 8 June, based on increased rainfall, flood alerts were issued were issued in various governorates including Ibb, Amran, Hodaidah, Hajjah and , Hadramout and Almahrah Govs . Mostwere resident in spontaneous IDPs sites. Based on CCCM cluster master lists, there are 2,286 sites, hosting a total of 265,945 1(1,861,615 which make them more vulnerable to disasters.2The National Center of Meteorology (NCM) issued a warning that rains are expected over most areas of the country, The authorities in Sana'a shared similar alerts of heavy rain and flooding to be expected in the coming days 
FL-2022-000264-COL Flood Colombia Since April 2022, 11 municipalities in the La Mojana subregion have suffered new damages because of breaches in the jarillón along the Cara de Gato, Los Arrastres, Santillana and Caño Viloria sectors. Three of four breaches remain open, allowing large amounts of water to enter municipalities and affecting at least 165,895 people (See Table 1). Respectively, 100 per cent and 97 per cent of the municipalities of Sucre and San Benito Abad have been affected, including their urban centres. Per UNGRD's request to the Office for the United Nations Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) on 7 July 2022, it has become necessary to convene a support and cooperation table within the framework of the emergency in the Mojana Subregion to join efforts and thus enable the development and implementation of basic humanitarian assistance lines.  
OT-2022-000263-NER Other Niger In Niger, over four million households are facing the devastating effects of food insecurity caused by consecutive failed rainy seasons and decades of increasing desertification of the Sahel. Men, women and children have no adequate access to food, and are exposed to several threats harming their well-being. These threats are natural hazards (climate, droughts, wildfires), epidemics (measles, malaria, meningitis and cholera) and insecurity, leading to population movements and competition over resources. The severe food insecurity situation is confirmed by the Cadre Harmonisé1 findings, which reported that between 2.5 and 3.3 million people are currently food insecure countrywide (Phase 3 to 5 as per the Integrated Food Security Phase Classification - IPC), and that between 3.6 and 4.4 million people will be food insecure in June - August 2022 period due to a delayed 2022 rainy season and irregular distribution of rainfall, long dry spells, and high risks of flooding that can lead to losses in crops, material goods, and animal and human lives in exposed localities. 
FL-2022-000262-AFG Flood Afghanistan On 5 and 6 July 2022, there was heavy rain, which is not seasonal, in nine provinces of Afghanistan, namely, Ghazni, Logar, Kunar, Laghman, Logar, Nangarhar, Nooristan, Paktia, Parwan, and Wardak. The heavy rains caused flash floodings in these provinces. Situation was made worse, as rains continue to impact these provinces as well as Kandahar, Urozgan and Zabul. As of 11 July 2022, the flash floods had impacted all these 12 provinces in various level of impact. As reported by OCHA in its Flash Update No. 2, unexploded ordnances had also been dislocated due to the floods in Paktia which increased the risks of accidental explosions in the area . Due to the extent and breadth of the floods, the number of people affected is yet to be determined. Based on the findings as of 12 July 2022, 9 of the 12 ARCS branches (Kandahar, Kunar, Laghman, Logar, Nooristan, Paktia, Urozgan, Wardak, and Zabul) has reported a total of 42 people lost their lives, 5 people injured, 1,720 houses destroyed, 3,073 houses damaged, 790 acres of agricultural land destroyed, 444 tube wells inundated, 12 wheat mills destroyed, 28 bridges collapsed, at least 5km road damaged, 49 livestock killed and 3 electrical system damaged. This report is still being verified 
FL-2022-000261-GEO Flood Georgia Through June 21-26, 2022, heavy rains and strong wind seriously affected five municipalities (Tianeti, Dusheti, Tkibuli, Ambrolauri, Senaki and Zugdidi) in eastern Georgia. Central and adjacent streets were flooded, roads were blocked by massive trees, most villages were flooded, as well as bridges and inland roads, houses, road infrastructure, perennials and power transmission towers were damaged. It became necessary to evacuate and move several families to a safe place. In addition, strong winds blew the roof off several houses in Ambrolauri Municipality. people were heavily affected by the emergency. Through June 22-23, local authorities of the affected municipalities officially approached the Georgia Red Cross Society (GRCS) with the kind request to support the affected population. Based on the information received from the GRCS branches and volunteers involved in the response activities, as well as from the local authorities of the affected municipalities, the heavy rain and the wind caused severe damages of roofs, ground/first floors (where people generally stock food and hygiene items for long-term use) and entrances. Agricultural lands and fruit trees are also destroyed. Agriculture is a primary source of income of the households in affected municipalities of Georgia. The damage caused by the disaster is foreseen to bring a heavy impact on the livelihood of the people affected. Special commission established by the Government of Georgia is calculating the damage caused by the heavy rain in the municipalities of Georgia. Georgia Red Cross has mobilized in total 20 volunteers in the affected five branches in affected regions for assessing the situation on the ground. Rapid assessment conducted by the GRCS volunteers also revealed that the main immediate need of the affected population is food and non-food items. The Emergency Management Service (EMS) under the Ministry of Interior in Georgia is actively involved in the liquidation works of the flooding and the landslide in the affected municipalities. Liquidation works include cleaning and restoring the essential parts of the damaged areas, properties, and infrastructures in the immediate aftermath of the emergency. 
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From: 2022/7/31  To: 2022/8/12

DR-2022-000285-ETH
Drought,Ethiopia: GDACS - Severe impact for agricultural drought in 512731 km2 over East Africa-2021

LS-2022-000283-LKA
Land Slide,Sri Lanka: The Southwest monsoon activation has been intensifying rainfall in Sri Lanka from 1 to 8 August 2022 where the Northern, Central, Western, Southern and Sabaragamuwa provinces of Sri Lanka have been affected. According to the Department of Meteorology, massive rainfall of 243mm was reported in the Northern sub district, the Nuwara Eliya, Nawalapitiya and Delthota sub districts in the Kandy district (Central Province) where several landslides and rock falls damaged houses and blocked roads and railway line. Rainfall over 100 millimeters was observed in the Rathnapura district (Sabaragamuwa province), and in the districts of Kandy and Nuwara-Eliya (Central Province). In total, five deaths were reported while three people have been missing and rescue teams are working around the clock despite heavy rains to recover the missing bodies. The continuous heavy rains coupled with high winds over 50 km/p have caused landslides, road embankment failures/ cutting failures, floods, rock fall and fallen trees across the districts of Nuwara Eliya, Kandy and Matale (Central Province), GalleHambantota and Matara districts (Southern Province), Rathnapura and Kegalle districts (Sabaragamuwa Province), and Gampaha district (Western Province). Due to the severity of the situation, agricultural lands and standing crops were also damaged in low lying areas due to flooding while infrastructure and housing damages have also been reported.

WF-2022-000284-FRA
Wild fire,France: GDACS - Medium in France

FL-2022-000282-JPN
Flood,Japan: GDACS - Medium in Japan

FL-2022-000281-KOR
Flood,Korea Republic: At least seven people have died in South Korea after record overnight rainfall hammered the capital Seoul, turning streets into rivers, submerging vehicles and inundating metro stations.

DR-2022-000280-ETH
Drought,Ethiopia: GDACS - Medium impact for agricultural drought in 512724 km2 over East Africa-2021

FF-2022-000278-MNG
Flash Flood,Mongolia: The sudden and heavy rains have been pouring since the early June until the date in different regions of the country. The rainfall precipitation average is 46-60 mm and differs depending on the region and continued nearly 4 - 6 hours. According to the 286th resolution of the Mongolian Government, if the precipitation is more than 30 mm and continues for more than 3 hours, it falls under the category of the disastrous phenomenon. As a result of the sudden and heavy rains, there have been many cases of flash floods in the country in both urban and remote settlements. The flash flood impacts include the damage to the infrastructure including the railway, road, bridge, and at the household level damage, livestock mortality, complete destruction to gers, fences, water barricades. The major flash floods occurred on 19 and 24 July and according to the primary data collected from MRCS local branches, 1,186 households or approximately over 4,269 people have been severely affected