||Landslides in Bogobaida (sub-district of Paniai), Papua on Friday evening, 4 July 2014, claimed nine casualties and caused four people to go missing. Several houses were severely damaged. Search and rescue operations continue.
||Over 85,000 people affected by seasonal flooding in Maguindanao province, southern Philippines.
||In the last few days heavy rains and winds affected parts of Indonesia. In Kolaka Regency (Southeast Sulawesi) one person died washed away by floods on 15 June. In Tanah Datar Regency (West Sumatra) a number of houses were damaged by strong winds on 14 June. In a village in Cariu district (Bogor Regency, West Java) a landslide, triggered by heavy rains, killed at least six people on 16 June; as of 17 June, three people were still missing.
||Heavy storms over the past week slammed eight provinces, leaving four people dead and hundreds of houses damaged or destroyed.
||Mount Kelud in East Java, Indonesia, started eruption at 22:50 p.m. Jakarta time on Thursday, forcing thousands of residence living within 10 kilometers from the crater to evacuate.
||The Department of the Disaster Prevention and Mitigation (DDPM) has said 25 districts in 8 provinces in the northeastern region have already been hit by drought.
||A Low Pressure Area brought heavy rainfall in the southern Philippines starting on 10 Jan 2014, causing floods and landslides. As of 17 Jan, the Government reported 37 deaths and more than 486,000 affected people in Northern Mindanao, Davo and Caraga regions.
||At least 16 people have been killed and 40,000 have fled their homes after torrential rain triggered flash floods and landslides on Indonesia's northern Sulawesi island, officials said Thursday.
||Heavy rainfall affected the island of Java on 14-15 December, causing floods, overflown rivers and landslides. As of 15 December, the Indonesian National Board for Disaster Management (BNPB) reports floods in over 43 villages in Bojonegoro, Tuban, Gresik and Mojokerto, East Java, to have affected approximately 5000 households.
||Heavy rainfall caused by the NE Monsoon since 20 November has caused floods in the SE provinces of Thailand, notably in Nakhon Si Thammarat, Songkhla, Narathiwat, Phatthalung, Trang. After a brief respite, heavy rainfall resumed on 5 December. More than 200,000 people are estimated affected since the beginning of the floods.
||Floods in Malaysia caused by heavy rains have left a teenager dead and forced authorities to evacuate thousands of people.
||On the evening of 14 Nov, the tropical storm 15 weakens into tropical depression and hit the south-central provinces of Viet Nam, bringing heavy rainfall and strong winds. From 14 November at 7 PM to 17 November at 7 PM, the coastal areas from Quang Tri to Ninh Thuan and the Central Highlands have been affected by torrential rains, with total rainfall of 401 to 973 mm. As a consequence of the heavy rain brought by the tropical depression, extensive flooding has hit the central provinces of Quang Nam, Quang Ngai, Da Nang, Phu Yen and Binh Dinh.
||Haiyan (locally named number 13) will move to the East Sea and become the strongest typhoon toward Vietnam in a period of 10 years. Its wind strength will remain around 195 kilometres per hour (category 4). It is forecasted that this severe typhoon eye will move along Vietnam coastline around 9 AM 10 November at strength of category 3 or 2 through Quang Ngai, Quang Nam, Quang Tri, Quang Binh to Lao then to Ha Tinh, Nghe An, on 11 November.
Estimated affected people by this typhoon at category 1 will be around 6,6 million people in Vietnam on 10 Oct 2013 (Source: http://www.gdacs.org/Cyclones/report)
According to today forecast, this typhoon will provide impact to the entire centre of Vietnam.
Currently there are heavy rains in those provinces because of recent tropical depression. Local flash flood are in red. There were two deaths and one missing because of the current flood.
The vulnerability of those provinces people are very high. Since they were affected by two recent floods, typhoon in Octobers. The poverty rate remained at from 20% to 60% in 2010 (WB Vietnam poverty report 2012).
||Typhoon Haiyan is expected to make landfall in Guiuan, Eastern Samar or Abulog municipality, Leyte province in the Philippines in the morning of 8 Nov 2013 and is locally known as Yolanda. A UN Disaster Assessment and Coordination (UNDAC) team in coordination with the ASEAN Coordinating Centre for Humanitarian Assistance on disaster management has arrived in Manila to provide additional capacity to the Humanitarian Country Team to support the Government. All government line agencies are on full alert to respond to the potential effects of the typhoon.
||At least six people were killed when buildings collapsed on islands popular with tourists in the central Philippines on 15 October 2013, radio reports said, after an earthquake measuring 7.2 hit the region.
||Typhoon Nari knocked down trees and damaged hundreds of houses in central Vietnam early on 15 Vietnam, forcing the evacuation of tens of thousands of people, state media said.
||Typhoon Nari (locally known as Santi) pounded the northern Philippines early on 12 Oct 2013, killing 13 people, ripping roofs off thousands of buildings, and leaving more than two million without power.
||Heavy rains since the third week of September have resulted in floods in at least 10 provinces throughout the north-west and along the Mekong River in central Cambodia. There were 30 confirmed deaths, including at least 16 children.
||Typhoon Wutip, the tenth tropical storm over the East Sea this year, is forecast to make landfall in central Viet Nam on Monday, 30 September 2013, bringing strong winds and heavy rains to the central highlands and mountainous areas, which may cause landslides and flash floods. It is predicted to be the strongest typhoon hitting central Viet Nam since Typhoon Xangsane in 2006.