GLIDE NUMBER IN ASEAN COUNTRIES

Glide Number Description Date
FL-2024-000089-VNM On June 9, prolonged heavy rain in Quang Ninh, Hai Phong, and Nam Dinh caused extensive flooding, raising the risk of landslides. In Quang Ninh province, districts such as Hai Ha, Dam Ha, and Uong Bi City experienced severe flooding. Rising river and stream levels also caused underground flooding in parts of Ha Long City and Ba Che District. 2024-6-9
ST-2024-000070-VNM On 12-13 May, heavy rain accompanied by thunderstorms, tornadoes, and strong winds affected Lao Cai, Yen Bai, Thai Nguyen, Phu Tho, Quang Ninh, and Hanoi provinces causing severe weather-related incidents and landslides that resulted in casualties and damage. According to the ASEAN Disaster Information Network (ADINet), three people died due to severe weather-related incidents in Ba Vi district, Hanoi Province. Moreover, 2,128 people have been affected. 2024-5-12
LS-2024-000067-IDN Torrential rain pounding the area since Thursday triggered a landslide in Luwu district in South Sulawesi province, said local rescue chief Mexianus Bekabel. Floods up to 3 meters (10 feet) have affected 13 sub-districts as water and mud covered the area. More than 1,000 houses were affected, with 42 of them swept off their foundations. 2024-5-4
DR-2024-000057-VNM In April 2024, several provinces declared emergency situations of clean water shortage due to severe drought and saltwater intrusion in the Mekong River Delta. The situation is evolving and an increasing number of provinces, families, women, and children are expected to be affected in the coming weeks. Four provinces have declared a state of emergency till date. 2024-4-1
LS-2024-000054-IDN As many as 14 people died as a result of being buried by landslides in Tana Toraja Regency, South Sulawesi Province, Indonesia. The landslide incident was triggered by high-intensity rain in an area with unstable soil conditions on Saturday, 13 April 2024 at 22.30 WITA (UTC+8). 2024-4-13
VO-2024-000046-IDN 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. 2024-4-16
EQ-2024-000033-IDN GDACS - Medium humanitarian impact, magnitude 6.4M tsunami generates 0m 2024-3-22
VO-1990-000010-IDN Eruption of Mt. Kelud (alt. 1731 metres) in east java on 10 February 1990 at 11.41 a.m (local time) caused 20 people reported dead, five missing, 81 injured from landslides and falling ash/rocks. Regencies of Blitar and Kediri most affected. 181 houses and public buildings destroyed or seriously damaged. In view earlier warnings for major eruption, 42,770 people evacuated to safer areas. Second eruption reported on 12 February. Two eruptions disgorged estimated total 220 million cubic metres of lava, ash and stones. Most drinking water sources within 35 km radius of volcano polluted by fallout. 1990-2-10
VO-1991-000013-IDN Mount Lokon volcano in north Sulawesi first erupted Thursday 24 October 1991, at 09:31 hrs local time, followed by several weaker eruptions. Eruption is magmatic (fresh molten rock) throwing ash and smoke up to 2,000 meters high and glowing blocks up to 300 metres distance from crater. Weaker eruptions still continue to date. Few casualties reported. Glowing blocks caused minor damage to buildings. Main road in sub-district of Tomohon is covered by ashes ranging from 4 to 10 centimeters thick. 227 acres of plantation fields were destroyed and another 149 acres slightly damaged. Estimated total loss is USD 1,000,000. According to local authorities, 7,679 out of 9,031 inhabitants from villages Kinilow, Tinoor I and Tinoor Ii were evacuated to neighbouring villages. 1991-10-24
VO-1994-000019-IDN UNDP/DHA resident representative in Jakarta reports that Mt. Merapi (2968 m), a volcano situated on island of Java, erupted on 22 Nov, at 10.15 hrs local time. A pyroclastic flow containing hot ash, gas and other particles in suspension flowed six kilometres down along the river Boyong in Turgo village, subdistrict of Pakem, Yogyakarta province. Twenty-four (24) people were killed and 95 severely injured. 25 of 40 public works workers who were building a water treatment facility still missing, while 15 were found dead. 6,026 people from the neighbouring villages in the subdistrict of Pakem were evacuated. 1994-11-22
FL-2024-000026-IDN GDACS - Medium in Indonesia 2024-2-3
EQ-2024-000012-PHL GDACS - Medium humanitarian impact, magnitude 5.8M 2024-2-10
FL-2024-000011-PHL On 28 January 2024, the Northeast Monsoon and the Trough of the Low Pressure Area (LPA) affected Mindanao. The trough of the LPA continued to bring light to heavy rains until 02 February 2024. This resulted in flooding and landslide incidents in some areas in Mindanao. On 03 February 2024, 11:00 AM, the Low-Pressure Area (LPA) has dissipated. A total of 14 cities/municipalities were declared under the State of Calamity. 2024-1-28
LS-2024-000003-PHL According to the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC) of the Philippines reports dated 17-18 Jan 2024, Caraga and Davao Regions in Eastern Mindanao have been experiencing rains and thunderstorms since 16 January 2024 due to the shear line. According to media, at least seven people died and ten others are still missing following a landslide that occurred in Davao de Oro Province, Davao Region, south-eastern Mindanao. 2024-1-19
VO-2023-000247-IDN On 3 December, Mount Merapi located on the border between the province of Central Java and the Special Region of Yogyakarta, increased its volcanic activity with volcanic ash emission and volcanic rocks. The ash column was observed 3,000 m above the peak. According to the Indonesian National Board for Disaster Management (BNPB) and the ASEAN Disaster Information Network (ADINet), as of 3 December, at least 11 people died, nine have been injured, 28 are still missing and a total of 75 people have been affected. 2023-12-3
EQ-2023-000246-PHL GDACS - Medium humanitarian impact, magnitude 6.9M tsunami generates 0.22m 2023-12-3
EQ-2023-000245-PHL GDACS - Medium humanitarian impact, magnitude 7.6M tsunami generates 0.74m 2023-12-2
CE-2023-000234-MMR On October 27, an intensified conflict occurred between the ethnic armed groups known as the Three Brotherhood Alliance's “Operation 1027” and the Myanmar Armed Forces (MAF) in the north of Myanmar's Shan State, targeting the Chinese border town of Kokang. Another armed conflict escalated in seven townships in Rakhine State and Chin on November 16. Clashes are ongoing in five states/regions, out of seven in Myanmar, namely Northern Shan, Rakhine, Southern Chin, Sagaing, and Kayah. Martial law has been imposed on additional townships in multiple states and the main forms of transportation between Sittwe and Yangon are closed. 2023-11-14
EQ-2023-000228-PHL GDACS - Medium humanitarian impact, magnitude 6.7M tsunami generates 0m 2023-11-17
EQ-2023-000227-MMR GDACS - Medium humanitarian impact, magnitude 5.7M 2023-11-17