GLIDE NUMBER IN ASEAN COUNTRIES

Glide Number Description Date
EP-2013-000107-LAO As of 14 Jun 2013, more than 10,000 cases of dengue and 40 deaths had been recorded in Lao PDR. This is seven times more than the number of cases reported for the same period in 2012. By 9 Aug, the number of cases had increased to almost 35,000 and 81 deaths had been reported. On 20 Aug, the Central Emergency Response Fund allocated $753,504 to the World Health Organization to reach more than 4.7 million people in the 11 provinces with the highest incidence of dengue. 2013-8-20
FL-2013-000101-LAO Due to the continuous heavy rainfall causes by the climate change during June to August and the influences of the JEBI storm and Mongkhut storm that blown off Laos in early August, many provinces in the Northern and Central part of Laos (Oudomxay, Xayabouly, Bolikhamxay, Khammuan, XiengKhuang, Luangprabang and Vientiane Province) 384 villages, 29 Districts have been adversely affected by flooding caused 20,445 Families, 112,586 people effected, 174 families Evacuated . Damaged 213 House,170 Rice warehouse,5,972 hectares rice fields, 1,636 hectares gardens, 54 hectares upland rice, 775 Km road damaged by flooding 2013--
FL-2013-000095-PHL The Southwest Monsoon has caused flooding in several areas of the Philippines since mid-June 2013, which has been exacerbated by tropical depressions and storms. From 21 Jul onward, floods following heavy rainfall affected 22 municipalities and nearly 250,000 people in Mindanao's Maguindanao Province. Starting on 17 Aug, heavy monsoon rains aggravated by Tropical Storm Trami (locally known as Maring) caused flooding and landslides in 11 provinces and Metro Manila on Luzon island. More than 94,200 people have been affected and nearly 2,200 people sought refuge in 19 evacuation centers. 2013-8-19
TC-2013-000092-PHL Twenty-three people were missing as Typhoon Utor swept across the northern Philippines on Monday, ripping roofs off houses, tearing down power lines and triggering landslides in remote villages. 2013-8-12
FL-2013-000087-MMR Nearly 25,000 people have been evacuated to makeshift camps after floods ravaged eastern Myanmar. 2013-7-29
FL-2013-000083-THA Heavy rain has caused flooding in Trat and Ranong province. Over 500 residents of Trat province have been affected, as the water level has risen to 1.5 meters. 2013-7-18
EQ-2013-000073-IDN A 6.1-magnitude earthquake shook northwestern Indonesia on 2 July 2013, killing 22 people, injuring more than 200 and damaging thousands of homes. 2013-7-2
TC-2013-000072-LAO On 23 July 2013 topical storm BEBINCA hit northern and central of Lao PDR made heavy rain coursed flood damaged in three provinces ( Bolikhamsay, Oudomsay and Xiengkhoung Provinces) coursed 7 district ,26 Villages 2,850 families, 10,468 people affected, 12 ha fish pond, 100 ha rice field damaged. Fist report from PDMC 2013-6-23
TC-2013-000071-LAO On 23 June 2013 topical storm BEBINCA hit northern and central of Lao PDR made heavy rain coursed flood damaged in three provinces ( Bolikhamsay, Oudomsay and Xiengkhoung Provinces) coursed 7 district ,26 Villages 2,850 families, 10,468 people affected, 12 ha fish pond, 100 ha rice field damaged. Fist report from PDMC 2013-6-23
TC-2013-000060-MMR Probable landfall of cyclone Mahasen in Rakhine is 16 May 6pm UTC. The vulnerable refugee population of the Rohingya may be severely affected 2013-5-16
ST-2013-000036-LAO On 22 March 2013, the strong wind hit kaisone District, Savannakhet Province, affected 597 houses, 7 government buildings, 11 Electricity poles, estimate the cost damaged around 45,725 USD. 2013-3-22
TC-2013-000026-PHL Tropical Depression Shanshan, locally known as Crising, affected about 51,000 families (260,000 people) across 8 regions of the Philippines including areas still recovering from Bopha. In central Mindanao, heavy rains triggered flooding in several areas in North Cotabato province and 2,000 families (10,000 people) were evacuated to safer areas. 2013-2-18
FL-2013-000006-IDN Floodwaters have inundated 52 subdistricts in Jakarta since Tuesday, claiming one life and displacing some 6,000 residents 2013-1-16
TC-2012-000206-PHL Tropical Storm Wukong (Quinta) made landfall over Leyte in the Eastern Visayas region of the Philippines on 26 Dec 2012 and subsequently weakened to a tropical depression. As of 31 Dec, 20 deaths were reported and over 240,000 people were affected. Almost 58,000 people were served in 60 evacuation centers. 3,500 houses were damaged and 1,500 were destroyed. 2012-12-26
FL-2012-000202-BRN Bandar Seri Begawan - Several low-lying areas in the Brunei-Muara District came under the attention of several key government agencies yesterday following heavy rains Monday night that inundated dozens of homes, some with waist-high flood water and triggered landslides that have become major causes for concern. A Press statement issued by the Public Works Department (PWD) said among the affected areas were Kg Lugu, Kg Katimahar, Ban areas in Kg Mulaut, Kg Jangsak, Kg Pawas, Kg Rimba as well as Kg Lumapas, which was the hardest hit. 2012-12-4
TC-2012-000197-PHL Tropical typhoon Pablo (Bopha)has slightly weakened after landfall. 2012-12-4
EQ-2012-000190-MMR A powerful earthquake measuring 6.8 magnitude struck the Sagaing region in Myanmar on Sunday, 11 Nov at 7.42am local time. The epicentre of the earthquake is believed to lie approximately 45 miles north of Shwe Bo township. The tremor was also felt in Mandalay region and Kachin state. Aftershocks were felt within the first hour of the earthquake. The most affected townships are Mogok, Sintku, Thabaikkyin, and Kyaukse in Mandalay region, and Shwe Bo, Kyauk Myaung and Sagaing township in Sagaing region. According to information received from Myanmar Red Cross Society local branches and government sources, 26 people died, 231 are injured and 12 are missing 2012-11-11
FF-2012-000189-IDN At least 11 people were killed and seven missing after a flash flood triggered by heavy rains hit a village on Indonesia's Sulawesi island. 2012-11-9
TC-2012-000181-VNM Typhoon Son-Tinh made landfall in mainland Vietnam on 28 October 2012. The typhoon affected the provinces of Ninh Binh, Nam Dinh, Thai Binh, Hai Phong and Quang Ninh, with rainfall up to 180mm. Initial damage reported by the Central Committee for Flood and Storm Control (CCFSC) at 17h00 on 29 October include 3 deaths, 13 injured and up to 23,916 hectares of rice and other crops destroyed. 2012-10-29
TC-2012-000179-PHL Tropical Storm Son-Tinh hit the Philippines, leaving five dead and nine missing. 2012-10-24