||On 25 September, tropical cyclone NORU ("Karding" in the Philippines), made landfall in northern Quezon Province (Calabarzon region, central Luzon), crossed central Luzon, and continued west towards Vietnam over the South China Sea. On 26 September at 0.00 UTC, its centre was located offshore approximately 140 km west of the eastern coast of Pangasinan Province (eastern Luzon), with maximum sustained winds of 139 km/h.
According to media reports, at least five people have died and one person has been injured. The National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC) reports more than 640 displaced people, almost 2,500 evacuated, and 653 affected persons across five Regions.
||GDACS - Tropical Cyclone NORU-22 High humanitarian impact, max wind speed 259 km/h
||Tropical storm MA-ON (FLORITA in the Philippines) crossed northern Luzon (northern Philippines) on 22-23 August, leading to casualties and damage. According to the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC), three people have died, and about 10,255 individuals have been displaced.
||Since mid-August 2022, heavy to very heavy rainfall has been affecting 19 provinces of Thailand, affecting more than 63,100 people, as reported by the ASEAN Disaster Information Network (ADINet).
||Early August, heavy rains hit Laos countrywide followed by a tropical storm that caused widespread Floods in North, Central, and South of Laos. The Ministry of Labour and Social Welfare released an official report on 15 August 2022 that 08 provinces (Huaphan, Xayabouly, Borkeo, Luangprabang, Vientiane Capital, Salavan, Savanakhet, and Champasak) were affected. The rainfall brought widespread flooding and landslides causing roads to become impassable, water and electricity supplies have been cut and many residents evacuated. In Xayaboury, Houng River overflowed, swamping riverside villages and partially submerging houses. People who have been forced to leave their homes now need clothing, food and drinking water amongst other needs described in the needs assessments, while authorities are assessing the extent of the flooding and collecting information about the number of people affected.
||GDACS - Medium humanitarian impact, magnitude 7M tsunami generates 0m
||Indonesia has been struck by a highly contagious viral Foot and Mouth Disease (FMD), affecting the population of cattle farming. As of 2nd July 2022, Government of Indonesia reported that FMD outbreak has been detected in 20 Provinces and 227 districts or city. FMD has infected a total of 313,636 cattle, 105,675 of which has recovered, 2,734 died and 1,948 had to be slaughtered (with severe condition). Responding to the outbreak situation, the Government of Indonesia, through the Indonesian Disaster Management Authority (Badan Nasional Penanggulangan Bencana or BNPB) declared outbreak status from 29 June 2022 until 31 December 2022
||Four men were swept away by a flash flood triggered by heavy rains in Cao Bang Province, Vietnam that borders China on Tuesday, 5 July 2022
||Heavy rainfall has been affecting northern Peninsular Malaysia (in particular the Kedah State) since 4 July 2022, causing floods, flash floods and rivers overflow (particularly the Ketil River) that have resulted in casualties and damage.
||418 people have been evacuated and 16,400 were affected
||The high sea level, with the water height reaching +210 centimeters above sea level, triggered flooding in some coastal areas of northern Central Java, such as Semarang city, Pekalongan city/district, and Demak district,
||GDACS - Medium in Philippines
||Tropical Depression MEGI (named "Agaton" in the Philippines) formed over the western Philippine Sea on 9 April as a tropical low and on 10 April, intensified as a tropical storm approaching Eastern Samar (Eastern Visayas Region, central Philippines). On 11 April at 2.00 UTC, its centre was located offshore over the coastal waters of Tanauan (Leyte Province, Eastern Visayas Region) in the Leyte Gulf with maximum sustained winds of 45 km/h (tropical depression).
According to the authorities, following the passage of MEGI, one person has died, and another is missing in Davao Region, while two people have been injured in Northern Mindanao. In addition, 15,326 people have been displaced and 136,400 affected across nine Regions.
||Medium humanitarian impact, magnitude 5.3M
||Heavy rain has also affected southern Thailand over the last few days, resulting in floods in the provinces of Nakhon Si Thammarat, Narathiwat, Pattani, Phatthalung, Songkhla, Trang and Yala. Thai Meteorological Department reported 184 mm of rain fell in Pattani in 24 hours.
||Heavy rainfall and strong winds have been affecting parts of Indonesia over the past few days, causing floods, triggering landslides and leading to damage.
Floods and landslides caused by heavy rain have been reported across eastern Papua Province (Indonesia), leading to at least six fatalities and 500 displaced people, as reported by media. One of the most affected areas by floods include Jayapura City, as several houses, public buildings and a hospital have been damaged by floodwaters.
||Hundreds of buildings, including houses, places of worships and community health centers (Puskesmas), were damaged in a 6.6 magnitude earthquake that struck the western parts of Java Island on Friday.
The earthquake's epicenter was in the Indian Ocean, near the Ujung Kulon National Park in Banten, at a depth of 40 kilometers and struck at 4.05 p.m. local time, according to the Meteorological Climatology and Geophysics Agency (BMKG).
||A landslide at a jade mine in Hpakant Township, Kachin State (northern Mynamar) on 21 December has killed at least one person, while up to 100 people are missing, according to media reports.
||Medium humanitarian impact, magnitude 7.3M tsunami generates 0m
||The Tropical Depression TWENTYNINE made landfall in an area in Kemaman District (southern Terengganu State, north-eastern Peninsular Malaysia) in the late evening of 16 December, and of 17 December at 0.00 UTC, its centre was about 40 km west of Kemaman, with maximum sustained winds of 46 km/h. It continued further west over central Peninsular Malaysia as a Tropical Depression, dissipating in an area north of Kuala Lumpur in the early morning of 18 December. Most of Peninsular Malaysia experienced moderate to heavy rain with thunderstorms on 17-18 December, causing severe flooding. According to the Department of Irrigation and Drainage, 316.5mm of rain fell in Klang last Saturday (Dec 18), compared to the average monthly national rainfall of 202mm.