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TC-2020-000137-BGD Tropical Cyclone Bangladesh At 12:30 on 11 May 2020, the Department of Meteorology and Hydrology (DMH) informed that the Tropical Cyclone (TC) Amphan has formed in Southeast Bay of Bengal and adjoining Southwest Bay of Bengal where it was expected to intensify into severe cyclone category. Currently existing at about 530 miles southwest of Paradadip (Odisha, India), about 615 miles south-southwest of Digha (India), about 675 miles southwest of Khepupara (Bangladesh) and 605 miles southwest of Pathein (Myanmar). On 18 May 2020, the system strengthened to extreme severe tropical cyclone as category 5, heading towards eastern India and Bangladesh. 
TC-2020-000136-MMR Tropical Cyclone Myanmar At 12:30 on 11 May 2020, the Department of Meteorology and Hydrology (DMH) informed that the Tropical Cyclone (TC) Amphan has formed in Southeast Bay of Bengal and adjoining Southwest Bay of Bengal where it was expected to intensify into severe cyclone category. Currently existing at about 530 miles southwest of Paradadip (Odisha, India), about 615 miles south-southwest of Digha (India), about 675 miles southwest of Khepupara (Bangladesh) and 605 miles southwest of Pathein (Myanmar). On 18 May 2020, the system strengthened to extreme severe tropical cyclone as category 5, heading towards eastern India and Bangladesh. The indirect impact is expected in Myanmar on 20 May 2020.  
TC-2020-000135-IND Tropical Cyclone India A deep depression over southeast Bay of Bengal has intensified into a cyclonic storm "Amphan" on Saturday, 16 May. The cyclone is currently located in the central Bay of Bengal and will track north, north-eastward towards India and Bangladesh. According to the latest forecasts, the cyclone will make a landfall on 20 May somewhere in NE India, West Bengal – Bangladesh coast. It is expected that it will bring strong winds, very rough sea conditions, storm surge and heavy rain across Odisha and west Bengal coasts.  
TC-2020-000134-PHL Tropical Cyclone Philippines According to the PAGAS as of 04:00 local time on 14 May 2020, Typhoon Vongfong is approximately 230 km east of the Catarman, Northern Samar, moving west at 15 kph. On entering the Philippine Area of Responsibility (PAR), it has been locally named “Ambo”. PAGASA reports that Ambo has maximum sustained winds of 150 kph near the centre and gustiness of up to 185 kph. It has rapidly intensified from a severe tropical storm into a Category 3 typhoon over the past 12 hours. Tropical wind signal #3 has been raised over Luzon, Mindanao and the Visayas (Eastern and Northern Samar). The trajectory of the weather disturbance is currently forecast to make landfall over the northeastern part of Northern Samar province, Eastern Visayas (Region VIII) in the afternoon of 14 May 14, 2020, before moving towards Sorsogon province, Bicol (Region V).  
FL-2020-000133-BDI Flood Burundi Rusizi river rising due to floods from 30 April to 01 May 2020, resulting in displacement of people in Gatumba zone. The displaced people are currently settled in Kinyinya II settlement. The heavy rains have impacted the coastal zones destroying homes and other infrastructures. As a result of this 30th April and 1st May flooding at least 7,684 households (almost the whole population of Gatumba) have been displaced.  
FL-2020-000132-UGA Flood Uganda The Uganda Red Cross Society and local authorities are carrying out damage and loss assessment of the landslides, wind destruction and the general floods that occurred in the Girigiri lower plains. In Kasese District (South-western Uganda), flash floods continue to affect the local population. Rivers Nyamwamba, Mubuku, Nyamughasana and Lhubiriha burst their banks again, flooding the communities and displacing over 100,000 people. 
EQ-2020-000131-CUB Earthquake Cuba Medium humanitarian impact, magnitude 7.7M tsunami generates (1.6m) 
FL-2020-000130-KAZ Flood Kazakhstan  
EP-2020-000127-ZWE Epidemic Zimbabwe From 1 January to 26 April 2020, more than 236,365 malaria cases and 226 deaths have been reported. During the week from 20 to 26 April, a total of 33,171 malaria cases and 21 deaths were reported representing a 220 per cent increase in cases compared to similar period in 2019. The number of health facilities reporting malaria outbreaks remain on the rise, with highly affected provinces being Manicaland, Mashonaland East and Mashonaland Central. 
FL-2020-000126-ETH Flood Ethiopia Close to 219,000 and 107,000 people are affected and displaced respectively due to floods in Somali, Afar, SNNP, Dire Dawa and Harari. Over 90% of the flood-affected and displaced people are from the Somali region. 
FL-2020-000125-TZA Flood Tanzania Tanzania Meteorological Agency (TMA) weather forecast indicated above normal rainfall for the period from March and May 2020 with risks of flooding in some regions. In total five regions are now experiencing flooding as a result of increased rainfall displacing thousands of people. Lindi and Pwani regions in the south east of the country were the first to experience flooding early this year. TRCS requested a DREF allocation to offer relief to 2,501 displaced families in Lindi region. Between 22nd and 26th April 2020, the country has recorded increased rainfall in the northern part where seven regions (Kilimanjaro, Kagera, Katavi, Mara , Manyara, Kigomaand Rukwa) are reporting flooding and landslides since April 24.  
FF-2020-000123-YEM Flash Flood Yemen Heavy rains hit southern parts of Yemen on 24 and 25 March, affecting Lahj, Aden, Abyan, Taizz, Al Dale’e, Al Mahrah and Hadramaut governorates badly. In Aden, torrential rains flooded houses and roads in Crater and Al Mualla districts. In Hadramaut, hous"&"es, road bridges, water networks, and crops were destroyed and livestock drowned in Al Sawm, Hajr, Mayfa and Brom districts. Sites for internally displaced people (IDPs) were worst affected where rains destroyed shelters and property and led to stagnant w"&"ater. Initial findings suggest that at least 4,625 families have been affected in 60 IDP sites.") 
DR-2020-000122-LKA Drought Sri Lanka On 4 March, the Disaster Management Centre of Sri Lanka reported that 39,801 people were affected by the drought in four districts ([Goverment of Sri Lanka, 4 Mar 2020](https://reliefweb.int/node/3550658/)). By 10 March, that number rose to more than 88,500 drought-affected people - an increase of more than 122 per cent - in six districts ([Government of Sri Lanka, 10 Mar 2020](https://reliefweb.int/node/3558638/)). 
EP-2020-000120-CAF Epidemic Central African Republic Selon les données épidémiologiques de la période de février 2019 et janvier 2020, le pays a enregistré 3653 cas de rougeole dont 53 décès soit 0,09% de létalité. Pour l’année 2019, 3388 cas de rougeole ont été enregistrés contre 241 cas en 2018 soit une augmentation de 1400%. Sur les 3388 cas 933 ont été investigués dont 260 confirmés par le laboratoire de l’Institut Pasteur de Bangui. Cette situation a conduit le Ministère de la Santé et de la Population a déclaré des épidémies de rougeole en 2019 dans les districts de santé de Paoua en mars, Vakaga en avril, Nana Gribizi et Batangafo et Bocaranga-Koui, Ngaoundaye, Bambari en octobre. Face à ces épidémies, le Ministère de la Santé et de la Population en collaboration avec les partenaires de la vaccination OMS et UNICEF ainsi que les ONGs internationales œuvrant dans les districts de santé affectés, a organisé des ripostes localisées. 
FL-2020-000069-LAO Flood Lao People's Democratic Republic Since 24 April, heavy rain has been affecting north Laos (particularly the Luang Prabang Province), triggering floods and causing casualties. Media report, as of 29 April, at least 3 fatalities, and 4 people still missing in the area of Kiawtaloun Village (Luang Prabang Province). 
FF-2020-000055-SOM Flash Flood Somalia The 2020 Gu’ rains (April-June) have intensified across Somalia, triggering flash flooding in South West State, Jubaland, Bandir, Puntland and Somaliland from 20-23 April. As water levels rise in rivers, there are reports of riverine flooding in Jubaland. FAO’s Somalia Water and Land Information Management (SWALIM) reported heavy rains in Somaliland where on 26 April, Lughaye and surrounding areas received unusually heavy rains of 102mm. On 23 April, heavy rains were also received within the Juba river basin. SWALIM forecasts increased rainfall activity in most areas in Somalia and in the Ethiopian highlands in the coming week, which is likely to keep the water levels high in the Shabelle and Juba rivers. The flooding has started barely four months after heavy Deyr (October-December) rains inundated parts of Somalia, affecting over half a million people; and as the country works to contain the COVID-19 virus, which is exponentially rising and has already infected several hundreds of people. The country is also working to contain a desert locust infestation. 
FL-2020-000054-BDI Flood Burundi Floods caused by heavy rain was reported on 19-20 April in Burundi. According to national authorities, the overflow of Rusizi River in Bujumbura City (Bujumbura Mairie Province, central-west Burundi) damaged several houses and affected more than 27,000 people.  
FF-2020-000053-DJI Flash Flood Djibouti In the night between 20 and 21 April, Djibouti city received 80 mm of rainfall in few hours (half of the annual average), triggering widespread flash floods. Heavy rains also occurred in other areas of the country, causing some damages. 
FL-2020-000052-COD Flood Congo Democratic Republic Significant rainfall in South Kivu's Uvira town and its surroundings between last Thursday and Saturday, led to heavy floods hitting densely populated areas of the town and surrounding villages that are hosting displaced people - including refugees. Initial reports suggest more than 25 people have died because of the floods and more than 40 injured with fears of many others swept away by the flood waters. 
TC-2020-000051-FJI Tropical Cyclone Fiji Tropical cyclone (TC) Harold entered Fiji Waters on 8 April as a category 4 cyclone from the west and moved in a south easterly direction towards the southern part of Fiji. It brought heavy rain to the whole country causing widespread flooding. At 08:00 on 9 April, a total of 197 evacuation centres were activated across the country with 6,240 evacuees. In the main islands of Viti Levu and Vanua Levu, there were reports of landslides and flooded crossings but no significant public infrastructural damages. However, the cyclone caused significant damages to Island of Kadavu and islands in Southern Lau. 
FL-2020-000050-AFG Flood Afghanistan Since 28 March, flash floods following heavy rain affected 18 provinces in north-central and west regions of Afghanistan. Preliminary information suggests that floods have killed 11 people, while 15 people are injured. Most affected provinces are Farah, Badghis, Faryab, Baghlan, Takhar and Parwan. Needs assessments are coordinated by the local authorities and humanitarian agencies. The flash floods displaced families. At least 288 houses were completely destroyed, and 400 houses were partially damaged. Furthermore 500 hectares of agricultural crops were washed away.  
TC-2020-000049-VUT Tropical Cyclone Vanuatu At 22:00 UTC on 4 April, TC Harold was a category 4 tropical cyclone located approximately 95km off the west coast of Santo, Vanuatu. It is currently moving in a south south easterly direction at a rate of 14km/h, with maximum sustained winds close to the centre estimated at 175km/h.  
DR-2020-000048-LKA Drought Sri Lanka On 4 March, the Disaster Management Centre of Sri Lanka reported that 39,801 people were affected by the drought in four districts. 
IN-2020-000041-IRN Insect Infestation Iran, Islamic Republic Desert Locust invaded Iran in late February 2020 and quickly spread to four southern provinces of western Hormozgan, Boushehr, Khouzestan, and southern Fars, where the adults rapidly matured and laid eggs in areas that had received good rains. This breeding will cause a substantial increase in locust numbers once eggs hatch in March, hoppers form bands in April and a new generation of swarms form by the end of May. 
EQ-2020-000040-HRV Earthquake Croatia  
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Flash Flood,Serbia: As of 22nd October, the Republic of Serbia has been affected by heavy rainfalls. The most affected areas are Kolubarski, Moravicki, Raski, Zlatiborski, Rasinski, Toplicki, Jablanicki, and Pomoravski districts.