Glide Number Description Date
FL-2015-000081-PHL Due to continuous heavy rainfall from 23 to 24 June 2015, the people in low-lying areas of the Region XII (Central Visaya) in the Philippines experienced flooding. 4 people were killed and more than 20,000 people were affected. 2015-6-23
FL-2015-000080-MMR Over the past several days, increasing heavy rains have caused severe flooding in the western state of Rakhine, Myanmar, destroying nearly 200 homes and causing serious damage to another hundred across four townships. During the first few days of the flooding, around 1,500 people were evacuated, and about 300 of the displaced continued to stay at camps for several days as the water receded. 2015-7-2
EQ-2015-000063-MYS At least 11 climbers are dead and others missing after a 6.0 magnitude earthquake triggered landslides on Mount Kinabalu, Malaysia on 4 June 2015. 2015-6-4
TC-2015-000051-PHL As of 7 May 2015, Typhoon Noul (locally named Dodong) was heading for the northeast of the Philippines' main island of Luzon and was expected to make landfall on 10 May, bringing heavy to intense rainfall. 2015-5-8
CE-1972-000003-PHL In 2003, Manila opened peace negotiations with the MILF in the hope of ending the group's 32-year war for an independent Muslim state on Mindanao. Large-scale fighting broke out in late 2008. The conflict is ongoing. 1972-1-1
ST-2015-000036-THA Seasonal storms pounded about 50 villages in 11 districts of eight provinces on 7 and 8 April 2015, damaging more than 900 houses. 2015-4-7
OT-2015-000022-VNM On 2 March 2015 oil lumps appear scattered early morning but only a few hours later large area under the waves washed ashore, polluting beaches series in the area of ??Back Beach, Vung Tau (Ba Ria - Vung Tau). 2015-3-2
FL-2015-000010-IDN The National Disaster Mitigation Agency (BPNB) predicts peak floods in Jakarta and its surrounding areas will happen in early January 2015. It will also affect hundreds of thousands of people. 2015-2-10
TC-2015-000005-PHL Tropical Cyclone Mekkhala (locally named Amang) is forecast to reach the Philippines island of Samar in the morning of 17 Jan 2015. Then it is forecast to turn north-west across central-northern Philippines, weakening into a Tropical Depression. As of 16 Jan 11.00 UTC, a Public Storm Warning Signal #1 was in effect for parts of Luzon and Visayas, as heavy rainfall and strong winds may affect the areas along the storm's path. 2015-1-17
TC-2014-000169-PHL Tropical Storm Jangmi, locally named Seniang, made landfall on the Philippines' main southern island of Mindanao on 29 Dec 2014 and then crossed to the central islands, causing floods and landslides. By 31 Dec, 53 people had been killed and 121,737 affected, of which 80,186 were in evacuation centres. 2014-12-29
FL-2014-000168-MYS Heavy rain and flooding along the Thai-Malaysian border have left one child dead, two people missing, dozens of villages inundated, and the Sungai Kolok border crossing closed. 2014-12-16
FL-2014-000168-THA Heavy rain and flooding along the Thai-Malaysian border have left one child dead, two people missing, dozens of villages inundated, and the Sungai Kolok border crossing closed. 2014-12-13
LS-2014-000164-IDN Heavy rains in central Indonesia loosened soil and collapsed a hill, setting off a landslide that killed at least 18 villagers and left 90 others missing under piles of mud. 2014-12-11
TC-2014-000160-PHL As of 3 Dec 2014, Typhoon Hagupit (named Ruby in the Philippines) was expected to enter the Philippine area of responsibility in the morning of 4 Dec and make landfall on 6 Dec. If Hagupit continues under its projected track, an estimated 4.5 million people may be affected. 2014-12-4
FL-2014-000154-IDN Continued flooding occurred from 1-3 Nov in Aceh, northern Sumatra. In Aceh Barat Daya over 46,100 people are affected and almost 6,900 people are affected in Aceh Jaya. 2014-11-1
TC-2014-000128-PHL Tens of thousands of people fled roof-high floods and one girl drowned in the Philippine capital on Friday as another vicious storm swept across the disaster-plagued country. 2014-9-19
VO-2014-000127-PHL On 15 Sep 2014, the Philippines raised Alert Level 3 for the Mayon Volcano, indicating that the volcano is exhibiting relatively high unrest and that a hazardous eruption is possible within weeks. More than 50,000 people were identified within the permanent danger and high-risk zones and evacuation began on 16 Sep. 2014-9-15
TC-2014-000124-PHL Tropical Cyclone FIFTEEN formed on 10 Sep 2014 over the south-western Pacific Ocean and started moving west in the general direction of the Philippines. According to the data of 11 Sep, FIFTEEN may reach the northern Philippines on 15 Sep as a Typhoon, however the uncertainty of the forecast track/intensity is still high. 2014-9-15
FL-2014-000110-LAO Due to high intensity of rainfall caused flooding to the surrounding areas. The affected provinces so far include: Savanhnakhet, Saravanh, champasak and Luangphabang. In total 20 district, 450 villages are suffering from floods, 36,563.42 hectares of rice field were inundated and 147 houses were evacuate caused by monsoon rains. Bases on Data from Provincial Disaster Committee 2014-8-15
FL-2014-000107-MMR The riverside town of Pegu has been affected by severe flooding after heavy downpours hit much of lower Burma in recent days, causing the Pegu River to swell and burst its banks. Hundreds of residents of the town have seen their neighborhoods flood, forcing some to leave their homes and take shelter in local monasteries, while others have to wade through deep water or use boats to move around. 2014-8-5