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EP-2022-000369-CMR Epidemic Cameroon Cameroon has been subject to multiple epidemics for several months. This is coupled with increased flooding and conflicts in some regions. These different elements create an area conducive to the development of epidemics and disasters. The cholera and monkeypox epidemics are particularly alarming, with major concerns in the concern in the Far North, South West and North West regions, the Littoral. Cholera has been rife in the regions for several months and has spread this year to all regions of the country. As at 17 November 2022, the report shows that there are 4 active regions and 20 active districts. A total of 13730 cases have been notified with 295 deaths recorded. Since October 2022, the cholera epidemic has hit the Far North region of Cameroon, precisely in the Departments of Mayo SAVA and Mayo Tsanaga with more than 305 cases were recorded, including 45 in Fotokol and 94 in Mora (Mayo Sava), 118 in Mokolo (Mayo Tsanaga)where the Minawao refugee camp was severely affected. has been declared in several regions of the country by the health authorities. On 10 October 2022 the regional delegate of the South West region declared confirmed cases of Monkeypox. Despite the rapid implementation of the surveillance system, the epidemic rapidly spread to 6 regions. As of 17 November 2022, 5 regions are active, including 10 health districts with 92 notified cases and 03 deaths with a case fatality rate of 0.5%. deaths with a case fatality rate of 3.2%. According to the Sitrep curve, there has been a drastic increase in new cases between week 40 and week cases between week 40 and week 45. That is to say 16 confirmed cases and 2 deaths distributed as follows: 9 confirmed cases in the 9 confirmed cases in the South-West for 1 death, 2 in the North-West for 1 death, 4 in the Centre, and 1 case respectively in the South, the Littoral and the Extreme North. This situation clearly shows the progression of the epidemic and the need for rapid containment to avoid a larger scale spread. It should be noted that Note that in 2022, the number of monkeypox cases reported to WHO exceeded the total number of cases reported in the last 60 years combined. in the last 60 years combined (since 1958). On 23 July 2022, the Director-General of WHO declared the escalation of the monkeypox epidemic as a public health emergency of international concern due to the due to the unusually high number of cases and the wide geographical spread of the virus. The disease is mainly in West and Central Africa, and Cameroon is an endemic country that has experienced several several epizootic outbreaks with 2 human cases between 2019 and 2020 and 6 in 2021. 
EP-2022-000368-NPL Epidemic Nepal The country is experiencing a surge in cases that started from the week commencing 8 August to 26 August. Between January to 28 September 2022, a total of 28,109 confirmed and suspected dengue cases including 38 confirmed deaths have been recorded from all seven provinces of Nepal. Bagmati province, which is the second-most populous province, has reported the highest number of cases (78.2%) and deaths (68.4%). Dengue cases have increased since July, coinciding with the rainy season, with majority of the cases reported during September. (WHO, 10 Oct 2022) 
EP-2022-000367-KEN Epidemic Kenya On 19 October 2022, the Kenya Ministry of health issued a communication to all County Directors of Health on a multicounty cholera outbreak following the isolation of Vibrio cholerae-01 Ogawa serotype at The National Public Health Microbiology Laboratory. 
EQ-2022-000366-TUR Earthquake Turkey GDACS - Medium humanitarian impact, magnitude 6.1M 
FL-2022-000365-PAN Flood Panama On 9 November, the Yellow Alert was raised in six provinces (Chiriquí, Darien, Herrera, Los Santos, Panama and Veraguas). Heavy rains in the provinces of Herrera, Veraguas and Los Santos caused the main rivers in these provinces to overflow. 
EQ-2022-000364-SLB Earthquake Solomon Islands GDACS - Medium humanitarian impact, magnitude 7M tsunami generates 1.32m 
EQ-2022-000363-IDN Earthquake Indonesia GDACS - Medium humanitarian impact, magnitude 5.6M 
FL-2022-000362-LCA Flood Saint Lucia On 6 November 2022, heavy rains associated with an upper-level trough caused widespread flooding and landslides in a number of communities in the north of St Lucia. Nearly 200 families have been displaced from the flooding.  
OT-2022-000361-SWZ Other Swaziland A hailstorm with strong winds and hail stones as big as a child's fist was experienced on Saturday 5/11/2022 night, affecting mostly Nsingizini and Nsubane communities under Hosea and Somntongo respectively in the Shiselweni region. The affected communities are in the Lowveld of the country. An estimated 2000 people were affected by the storm where some had roofs blown away, roofing sheets riddled by the hailstones, window glasses shattered, and house furniture, food, and other documents soaked in water. 
TC-2022-000360-USA Tropical Cyclone United States Tropical Storm Nicole Sweeps Across Florida, making landfall as a rare November hurricane, causing flooding and destructive coastal erosion. Several deaths have been linked to the storm. The National Hurricane Center said Nicole made landfall at 3 a.m. Eastern time south of Vero Beach, the first hurricane to come ashore on Florida's Atlantic coast since Katrina in 2005. By evening, the center of the storm was about 40 miles southeast of Tallahassee. More than 30 million people were under some type of storm-related warning, and more than 300,000 customers in Florida had lost electric power at times on Thursday, mostly in Brevard, Indian River and Volusia Counties along the state's east coast, according to poweroutage.us, a site that tracks power interruptions. By early evening, the number without power had fallen below 200,000. Four deaths have been attributed to the storm, including two people in Orange County who were electrocuted by a downed power line and two others who crashed on the Florida Turnpike. 
FL-2022-000359-ETH Flood Ethiopia GDACS - Medium in Ethiopia  
EQ-2022-000358-NPL Earthquake Nepal GDACS - Medium humanitarian impact, magnitude 5.6M 
TC-2022-000357-BLZ Tropical Cyclone Belize On 2nd November 2022, hurricane Lisa made landfall just south of Belize City as a category 1 storm. The NEMO estimated close to 39 percent affectation rate of the country's population i.e. approximately 172,000 persons. The storm has resulted in the temporary displacement of a large number of persons, with an estimated 5K+ seeking refuge in state managed shelters across the country of Belize. The ISA reports damages primarily to the housing sector which is reflective of the poor housing stock associated with the areas of affectation. An estimated 500 houses have been reported as being completely destroyed, with an additional 5,000 homes suffering from light, medium and heavy damages. The NEMO reports initial damage estimates to the housing sector as being approximately USD$10M with most of this damage recorded within the Belize District. 
FL-2022-000356-ETH Flood Ethiopia Due to the heavy rains recorded in July and August, some regions have been affected by floods in the country. In Gambella, the regional authorities have reported that over half the population (more than 250,0000 people) have been affected by floods across eight of the 14 woredas, including 36,000 children. In addition, 75,000 people, including 10,000 children, have been displaced. The heavy rains in the neighbouring highland areas have also caused flash floods from the Awash River in Afar region, displacing over 70,000 people and causing damage to 59 schools, 21 health facilities, and 36 water supply points/schemes in 10 woredas. In addition, in Amhara, heavy rains have led to flooding and landslides, causing displacement, loss of lives and livelihoods, and damage to infrastructure. 
FL-2022-000355-MLI Flood Mali On 23 September, flooding in Syn village, Mopti region, destroyed over 400 houses and displaced over 3,000 people. Moreover, on 25 September, flooding in Soala village, also in Mopti region, affected about 4,350 people. And in Touara village, Segou region, floods significantly affected inhabitants. Affected people in these villages critically need aid in food, shelter, nutrition, etc. Humanitarian organizations are mobilizing to provide assistance. 
FL-2022-000354-BGD Flood Bangladesh GDACS - Medium Humanitarian impact in Bangladesh. Tropical Storm Sitrang made landfall on 24 October 2022 near Rangabali upazila (sub-district) of Patuakhali district, Bangladesh. Sitrang then weakened to a Tropical Depression moving northwards over Bangladesh, and further dissipating on 25 October. Some coastal areas were flooded due to storm surge in areas of Bagerhat, Bhola, Patuakhali, Noakhali, Barisal and Chittagong Districts. GDACS / HWRF reported storm surge of 1 to 1.5 metres. Bangladesh Red Crescent said rain and thundershowers swept over the other parts of the country, including the capital Dhaka. UNOCHA said more than 219,000 people evacuated to temporary storm shelters. According to the Ministry of Disaster Management and Relief (MoDMR) of the Government of Bangladesh (GoB), 10,000 houses and 6,000 hectares of crops were damaged. Another 1,000 fish enclosures were destroyed. At least 35 people died (according to media reports). Need Assessment Working Group (NAWG) reported 1.5 million people affected, mostly in Bhola, Bagerhat, Barguna, Cox's Bazar, Khulna, Patuakhali districts. Note: Media reported most fatalities and much of the damage was a result of wind damage. however, official data didn't differentiate between wind or flood damage. [FloodList provided by Copernicus GloFAS]  
FL-2022-000353-PHL Flood Philippines GDACS - Medium Humanitarian impact in Philippines. ADINet reported heavy rain from Tropical Cyclone Nalgae (known as Paeng in the Philippines) caused 310 incidents of flooding and 42 landslides in Regions II, III, V, VI, VII, VIII, IX, XII, CALABARZON, MIMAROPA, CARAGA, and BARMM. A total of 139,066 families or 374,979 persons were affected. 179 houses were damaged and 142 destroyed. 169,187 people were displaced in Regions CALABARZON, V, VI, VII, VIII, IX, XII, and CARAGA. Many of the fatalities were a result of flooding and landslides in southern areas, in particular Maguindanao del Norte province in the Bangsamoro Autonomous Region in Mindanao (BARMM) where fatalities were reported in Datu Blah Sinsuat, Upi and Datu Odin Sinsuat. [FloodList provided by Copernicus GloFAS] 
TC-2022-000352-PHL Tropical Cyclone Philippines Severe tropical storm Nalgae (locally named Paeng) has brought heavy rains and strong winds to the Philippines and affected several hundreds of thousands of people, most severe in Regions 5, 6, 8, 12 and BARMM, over 557,000 are affected only in BARMM. At least 170,000 people are taking temporary shelter in and outside evacuation centres. National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC) has reported that the storm left at least 45 people dead, injured 33 with 14 missing, due to flash floods and landslides. All numbers are expected to increase. 
FL-2022-000351-TGO Flood Togo Since October, heavy rains have fallen in the northern part of Togo (savannah region), creating an overflow of water in communities and pockets of rain flooding in some areas. savannah region), creating an overflow of water within communities and pockets of rain flooding in some villages. Of the 7 prefectures in the Savannah region, 3 are seriously affected by flooding. by flooding. These are the prefectures of Oti, Oti-Sud and Kpendjal. The rainfall recorded in the northern zone and the rest of the country flowed into the Mono River by the various tributaries. The Mono River which houses the Nangbeto dam in the Maritime Region. As of October 17, 2022, the continuous heavy rainfall in the maritime region has created an exponential rise in the level of the exponential rise in the level of rivers in general and a meteoric rise in the water level of the dam. By mid-October, the mid-October, the Nangbeto dam authorities reported that the water retention capacity had already been exceeded while forecasts were still showing heavy rainfall for the coming days. On October 17, the Mono River, which collects all the water from the northern region, overflowed its banks. The authorities of the authorities had to release water to prevent the dam from bursting and causing further damage. damage. This accentuated the rise in water levels in the various rivers, especially in the prefectures of of Yoto, Bas Mono and Lacs. These widespread floods in the communities have led to the destruction of crops in the fields, due to the loss of several hectares of land. The widespread flooding in the communities led to the destruction of several hectares of rice, corn, soybean and bean crops. The floods have also The floods have also caused the occupation of agricultural roads and material damage. Among the most important are the destruction of Page 2 of 19 Among the most important damages were the destruction of huts, the flooding of schools, and the considerable loss of livestock. On October 25, the National Disaster Prevention Agency (ANPC) shared information collected in the Savanes and Maritime regions On October 25, the National Disaster Prevention Agency (ANPC) shared information collected in the Savanes and Maritime regions that more than 18,037 people had been affected by the disaster in both regions. Property damage and many vulnerable people are counted in the censuses made so far by the ANPC and the Togolese Togolese Red Cross. Preliminary data by region show a more significant impact in the Maritime region, which accounts for 90% of the people affected because they are the ones who suffered the full force of the release of water from the dam. 
FL-2022-000350-NGA Flood Nigeria GDACS - High in Nigeria  
FL-2022-000349-CMR Flood Cameroon Since August 2022, the Far North region has been experiencing flooding in several localities in the MayoDanay, Logone et Chari and Mayo-Tsanaga divisions. These floods are the result of heavy rainfall, the overflowing of rivers and the breaching of dikes. As of 21 September 2022, over 37,000 people were affected by floods with two people killed and more than 95 people injured. 
FL-2022-000348-CRI Flood Costa Rica During the early morning of 8 October, Tropical Storm Julia generated rains in the entire national territory of Costa Rica, particularly in the South Pacific, where effects are reported due to overflowing of rivers and streams. The accumulated rainfall according to the National Meteorological Institute (IMN by its Spanish acronym) exceeded 200 mm in the extreme south of the country. As a result, there are high saturation values in the soils, particularly in the South Zone, North Pacific, and North Zone. The event maintained its influence on the territory, particularly in the South Pacific, and gradually dissipated, as well as in the North Pacific and North Zone, where weather conditions remained. The heavy rains caused flooding in several areas of the country, mainly in the South Pacific regions. The National Emergency Commission (CNE) counted a total of 379 incidents associated with Hurricane Julia in Costa Rica, with the highest number in Golfito with 212 reports, Osa with 63 incidents and Buenos Aires with 35 reports. In Coto Brus there were 19, in Pérez Zeledón 15, in Corredores seven and in Abangares five. As of 10 October, 19 collective centres were available, where 825 people have been sheltered. 13 of the shelters are located in the Brunca Region with 591 people sheltered, four in the Chorotega region with 224 people, one in the Central Pacific with eight people and one in the Northern Zone with two people. 
FL-2022-000347-NPL Flood Nepal Intense and unseasonal post-monsoon rains have affected Nepal over the past week, in the midst of the country's largest festival season and immediately before the typical crop harvesting period. Both mountainous (hill) and lowland (Tarai) districts have been affected by resulting floods and landslides. To date, 46 people have been reported killed, 33 injured and another 22 remain missing. Information in damages and losses are still being collected. Initial estimates are currently putting losses at under US$1 million. In the Karnali river basin, the CERF Anticipatory Action project was activated on Friday, October 7th after a one-week readiness period. Partners have provided anticipatory assistant, including WFP with cash assistance, UNFPA distributing inter-agency reproductive health kits to health facilities and dignity kits to target populations, and a deployment by UN Women of gender advisers to support a gender responsive roll-out of anticipatory response activities.  
EQ-2022-000346-PHL Earthquake Philippines GDACS - Medium humanitarian impact, magnitude 6.4M tsunami generates 0m 
TC-2022-000345-MEX Tropical Cyclone Mexico GDACS - Tropical Cyclone ROSLYN-22 Medium humanitarian impact, max wind speed 213 km/h 
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Epidemic,Mozambique: On 8th January 2023, the Niassa Daily Cholera Bulletin from MoH was showing an alarming increase in the number of Cholera cases in this Province neighbor of Malawi where the epidemy is worsening. Niassa was recording 379 cholera confirmed cases and 6 deaths in Lago, 250 in Lichinga district with 2 deaths reported. As of 13th January 2023, the reports from MoH shows cumulative number of cases of 878 confirmed cases and 14 deaths. 2 suspected cases offciailly declared and cases of diarrhea reported in the field. This is an increase of 80% of the cases recorded on 21 December 2022 which was 409 cases confirmed with 7 reported deaths. The Outbreak started in 2022. Even if there are no more active cases in TETE Province, suspected cases remain and areas is in at risk areas due to proximity with Malawi. On the 15th of Dec 2022 the Government of Mozambique reportedly announced the confirmation of the Cholera outbreak in the districts of Lichinga and Lago in the Niassa province. In late September, a cholera outbreak was declared in Lago district in Mozambique which borders Malawi (through Lake Malawi also known as Lake Nyasa). Shortly, cases started to be reported in the neighboring district of Lichinga and others provinces. Five (05) provinces are facing the outbreak and/or at risk. Concerned areas include provinces of Niassa with districts of Lago, Lichinga , Sanga, Chimbonila and Mecanhelas; province of Gaza : Xai-Xai, Chilaulene districts; Tete province; Zambezia; Sofala: Caia and Buzi districts. Similar risk is also considered by in other surrounding countries, mainly Malawi, Zimbabwe, Tanzania, Zambia. Malawi is bordering Niassa and it is likely that transmission is linked to activities with countries borders districts, activities along the borders areas, rainfalls and festive season. in cases and cross-border movements risk the spread of cholera to neighboring countries of Mozambique and vice versa. Niassa Province is bordering Malawi, that has been battling Cholera outbreak for over five months with a deteriorating situation. Now spreading to the Southern part if the country and bordering areas with Mozambique. There are cases of diarrheic being reported in others districts in NIASSA as well but no cholera laboratory confirmation yet. The upcoming rainy season further poses a threat of disease spreading nation-wide.