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MS-2024-000115-KGZ Mud Slide Kyrgyzstan 14 July 2024 Mudflow in Kyrgyzstan: in Osh city and agglomeration: Evacuated 420 people, died 1 man, lost 4 people, flooded 134 houses, damaged preliminary assessment 15 cars. 
MS-2024-000114-TJK Mud Slide Tajikistan On the evening of July 13, heavy rains caused mudflows on the territory of the village of Iskodar, Ayni district, Sughd region. The mud mass flooded the homestead of the school, the village and living quarters. 
MS-2024-000113-UZB Mud Slide Uzbekistan The bridge collapsed due to the erosion of the bridge base as a result of mudflows in the village of Yorkishlok in the Andijan region of Uzbekistan, the press service of the administration of the Khojaabad district of the region reported on July 14. 
FL-2024-000112-PHL Flood Philippines The Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) said its field offices in Mindanao are ready to provide aid to families affected by floods caused by heavy rains brought by the Southwest Monsoon or the Habagat. The agency on Sunday said its Field Office 12 (SOCCSKSARGEN) and Field Office 9 (Zamboanga Peninsula) were ordered to use the prepositioned family food packs (FFPs) for the families affected by the floods, including those in the Bangsamoro Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (BARMM). 
FL-2024-000111-VNM Flood Viet Nam After a long rain, many roads in Cua Duong commune, Phu Quoc city, flooded into rivers, some places more than one meter high, on July 14. The heavy rain lasted from last night to this morning, causing some roads in Cay Thong Trong, Cay Thong Ngoi and Ben Tram hamlets in Cua Duong commune to be flooded. This area is heavily flooded every time it rains heavily. 
LS-2024-000110-NPL Land Slide Nepal Two buses carrying passengers went missing in Trishuli river early this morning in the landslides at Simaltal area along the Narayanghat-Mugling road section in Chitwan district, officials confirmed. The buses were carrying 65 passengers, it is said. 
FL-2024-000109-IND Flood India North-eastern India is experiencing the monsoon season, which is causing widespread floods, the overflow of rivers, landslides and severe weather-related incidents.  
FL-2024-000108-NPL Flood Nepal Seventy people have lost their lives so far in disasters including flooding and landslide triggered by incessant rains, according to the Police Headquarters. Central Police Spokesperson, Deputy Inspector General Dan Bahadur Karki told RSS that 70 people have died, 86 have been injured and five people have gone missing so far in incidents of floods and landslides occurred throughout the country from June 10 till today morning. 
FL-2024-000107-NPL Flood Nepal Incessant rains over the past few days throw life out of gear. At least seven people killed in Gandaki Province. 
FL-2024-000106-VNM Flood Viet Nam According to the Vietnam Meteorological Department, from night to morning of July 3, Ha Giang City and Vi Xuyen district, Ha Giang province had torrential rain. Rainfall in Viet Lam commune, Vi Xuyen district is 365 mm, Ban Ngan is 285 mm. On the morning of July 3, heavy rain combined with floods from surrounding mountain peaks caused many roads in Ha Giang City to be flooded 30-50 cm, and some places collapsed. 
TC-2024-000105-GRD Tropical Cyclone Grenada Hurricane Beryl, the earliest hurricane to reach category five intensity in the Atlantic Ocean, has caused unprecedented devastation across the Caribbean, making its destructive path through Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Grenada, Dominica, Barbados, and Jamaica. In Grenada, the islands of Carriacou and Petite Martinique, as well as northern Grenada, have been the most affected areas. Initial reports from the field indicate a severe level of destruction. There have been five hurricane-related deaths, with four in Carriacou and one in mainland Grenada. 
TC-2024-000105-JAM Tropical Cyclone Jamaica The full extent of the destruction brought by Hurricane Beryl in the Island as it swept through the south-east Caribbean from mid-day of 03 July. 02 deaths have been confirmed. 1876 people including elderly plus 113 children are in 275 shelters. Severely affected Perishes are- Clarendon, Manchester, St Elizabeth, St Catherine and Trelawny. 
TC-2024-000105-VCT Tropical Cyclone Saint Vincent & The Grenadines Tropical cyclone Beryl has become a major hurricane forecast to bring life-threatening winds and storm surge to the Caribbean, according to the National Hurricane Center.The hurricane headed toward the Windward Islands (Saint Lucia, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Grenada and Martinique). On 29 June evening, Beryl was about 960 km/h east-southeast of Barbados with maximum sustained winds of near 136 km/h, moving west at around 30 km/h. Maximum sustained winds of 129 - 177 km/h or greater, rainfall accumulations of 100 to 150mm, very rough and hazardous marine conditions and storm surges are expected across St. Vincent and the Grenadines, with possible higher winds offshore. Large and destructive waves/swells are likely to cause life-threatening surf and rip currents. The government of St Vincent and the Grenadines has urged the population to gather emergency supplies. Shelters are to be accessible by 6 p.m. local time today. Volunteers are active in their various communities, checking the vulnerable population and assisting families preparing for the event. 
FL-2024-000104-MMR Flood Myanmar Thousands of residents of Kachin State's capital Myitkyina are trapped in their homes due to severe flooding. Most parts of the town are flooded after the water level of the Irrawaddy River reached more than 1.5 meters above the critical level. 
FL-2024-000103-NPL Flood Nepal Four members of the same family from Sundarharaincha Municipality-5 were swept away by the floodwaters of Budhikhola, situated on the border of Morang and Sunsari districts. 
EQ-2024-000102-PER Earthquake Peru GDACS - Medium humanitarian impact, magnitude 7.2M tsunami generates 0.47m 
MS-2024-000101-KGZ Mud Slide Kyrgyzstan Heavy rainfall affected western Kyrgyzstan causing floods and landslides that have resulted in casualties and damage. As of 18 June, the Red Cross and Red Crescent (IFRC) reports one fatality due to a landslide, five affected people and 300 assisted people in the villages of Boston and Eski Kochkor-Ata in the Nooken district, southern Jalal-Abad region, western Kyrgyzstan. 
FF-2024-000100-BGD Flash Flood Bangladesh Due to continuous rains in India's Meghalaya and Asham, the onrush of upstream hilly waters and in-country rains, made rivers in Sylhet and Sunamganj breached the danger mark and inundated the low-lying areas, including the cities. Mainly, several places of the 3 districts (Sylhet, Sunamganj and Moulvibazar) in the northeastern region of Bangladesh are inundated, and Sylhet and Sunamganj districts are affected severely - affected more than 1.8 million people. 
EP-2024-000099-GTM Epidemic Guatemala Dengue continues to be the arbovirus with the highest number of reported cases in the Americas region, with outbreaks occurring on a cyclical basis every 3 to 5 years. During the year 2024 between epidemiological weeks (SE, for its acronym in Spanish) 1 and 16 of 2024, a total of 6,769,140 suspected cases of dengue were reported (cumulative incidence of 717 cases per 100,000 population). This ígure represents an increase of 206% compared with the same period in 2023 and 387% compared with the average for the last 5 years (1). On 16 February 2024, in view of the exponential increase in dengue cases observed in the írst weeks of the year in several countries of the Region of the Americas, PAHO made an urgent appeal to Member States. The organization emphasized the need to intensify vector control measures and to maintain active surveillance, ensuring early diagnosis and timely treatment of cases (2). On 7 March 2024, the Ministry of Public Health and Social Assistance (MSPAS, for its acronym in Spanish) of Guatemala, through the Directorate of Epidemiology and Risk Management, issued an epidemiological alert for dengue (3). This alert was established to reinforce dengue control and prevention plans, based on data accumulated up to epidemiological week 7, which ended on 17 February. As of that date, a total of 6,760 cases of dengue fever had been recorded this year, of which 31 were severe cases resulting in 3 deaths. The decision to issue this alert was motivated by the beginning of the high dengue transmission season in the country. As part of this measure, speciíc epidemiological surveillance actions were reinforced, including standardized protocols for the detection, notiícation, and registration of cases in hospitals and health areas. 
FL-2024-000098-SLV Flood El Salvador Heavy rainfall has been affecting El Salvador since 15 June, causing floods, landslides and severe weather-related incidents, that have resulted in casualties and damage. According to the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) and media reports, as of 17 June, at least 14 fatalities have been reported, including five in Tacuba district in Ahuachapán Department (western El Salvador) due to a landslide, two due to a severe weather-related incident, and four due to flooding. At least 744 people have been displaced in 30 active shelters, another 100 shelters are pre-equipped and available, and 26 homes have been destroyed. A national state of emergency was declared on 16 June. On 19-20 June, more very heavy rainfall is forecasted for the whole country. ([ECHO, 19 Jun 2024](https://reliefweb.int/node/4071464)) 
FL-2024-000097-CHN Flood China, People's Republic In the past few days, heavy rain has been impacting south-eastern China, particularly Fujian and Guangxi provinces, causing landslides, floods and severe weather-related incidents that resulted in casualties and displacement. According to state media and local authorities, torrential rain and landslides have killed nine people and left 17 missing as of 17 June 2024. 
FL-2024-000096-DEU Flood Germany Thousands of people have evacuated their homes in southern Germany after heavy rain caused multiple rivers to break their banks. At least two people have died and another is reported missing.  
DR-2024-000095-AGO Drought Angola In Southern Africa, the impact of El Niño began in November 2023 and has continued into the first quarter of 2024, with high temperatures and below average rainfall reported. A record mid-season dry spell has affected vast parts of the region including, Angola, Botswana, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, Zambia, and Zimbabwe ... The evolving drought crisis in Southern Africa is expected to continue to worsen already dire food insecurity levels, further driving malnutrition and spreading diseases like cholera. Reports indicate that the impact of these dry conditions in Southern Africa is likely to be long-lasting, with FEWS NET projections indicating the possibility of elevated needs for food assistance during the lean season in early 2025. 
DR-2024-000094-NAM Drought Namibia On 22 May, the Government of Namibia declared the State of Emergency following the worst drought that the country has experienced in 100 years. According to media reports, every one in five Namibians is considered food insecure. Against the backdrop of scarce rains, over 331,000 households have already registered for the government-funded drought relief programme to assist the affected communities.  
EP-2024-000093-HND Epidemic Honduras This year, due to the escalating number of reported cases, the Secretariat of Health (SESAL) issued an epidemiological alert in February. By March, the incidence of cases had escalated to epidemic proportions. Despite extending the scope of the alert in May, the number of dengue cases and associated fatalities continued to rise. Consequently, a national emergency was declared on 31 May. According to data from the Epidemiological Alert issued by WHO on 24 May 2024, in Honduras, up to EW 19 of 2024, of the 20,563 dengue cases reported, 1,248 (6.0%) were laboratory-confirmed, and 266 (1.29%) were classified as severe dengue, as well as 27 deaths, with 11 of these fatalities directly attributed to the disease. The cases reported up to EW 19 of 2024 represent an increase of 445% compared to the same period of 2023, and 193% compared to the average of the last 5 years. In the same period, a total of 10 deaths were reported, corresponding to a case fatality rate of 0.049%. 
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FL-2024-000112-PHL
Flood,Philippines: The Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) said its field offices in Mindanao are ready to provide aid to families affected by floods caused by heavy rains brought by the Southwest Monsoon or the Habagat. The agency on Sunday said its Field Office 12 (SOCCSKSARGEN) and Field Office 9 (Zamboanga Peninsula) were ordered to use the prepositioned family food packs (FFPs) for the families affected by the floods, including those in the Bangsamoro Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (BARMM).

LS-2024-000110-NPL
Land Slide,Nepal: Two buses carrying passengers went missing in Trishuli river early this morning in the landslides at Simaltal area along the Narayanghat-Mugling road section in Chitwan district, officials confirmed. The buses were carrying 65 passengers, it is said.

FL-2024-000111-VNM
Flood,Viet Nam: After a long rain, many roads in Cua Duong commune, Phu Quoc city, flooded into rivers, some places more than one meter high, on July 14. The heavy rain lasted from last night to this morning, causing some roads in Cay Thong Trong, Cay Thong Ngoi and Ben Tram hamlets in Cua Duong commune to be flooded. This area is heavily flooded every time it rains heavily.

MS-2024-000113-UZB
Mud Slide,Uzbekistan: The bridge collapsed due to the erosion of the bridge base as a result of mudflows in the village of Yorkishlok in the Andijan region of Uzbekistan, the press service of the administration of the Khojaabad district of the region reported on July 14.

MS-2024-000115-KGZ
Mud Slide,Kyrgyzstan: 14 July 2024 Mudflow in Kyrgyzstan: in Osh city and agglomeration: Evacuated 420 people, died 1 man, lost 4 people, flooded 134 houses, damaged preliminary assessment 15 cars.

MS-2024-000114-TJK
Mud Slide,Tajikistan: On the evening of July 13, heavy rains caused mudflows on the territory of the village of Iskodar, Ayni district, Sughd region. The mud mass flooded the homestead of the school, the village and living quarters.

FL-2024-000108-NPL
Flood,Nepal: Seventy people have lost their lives so far in disasters including flooding and landslide triggered by incessant rains, according to the Police Headquarters. Central Police Spokesperson, Deputy Inspector General Dan Bahadur Karki told RSS that 70 people have died, 86 have been injured and five people have gone missing so far in incidents of floods and landslides occurred throughout the country from June 10 till today morning.