GLIDE NUMBER IN ASEAN COUNTRIES

Glide Number Description Date
ST-2021-000231-KHM Cambodia experienced a severe meteorological storm over several days. It resulted in one fatality due to a lightning strike in Banteay Ampil district, with additional injuries and home damages in various areas, including Pursat and Battambang provinces. The Ministry of Water Resources and Meteorology attributed these weather events to Typhoon Surigae. 2021-4-16
FL-2021-000230-KHM An emergency situation unfolded due to heavy rainfall and the filling of the O kon Trom Dam in Kampong Speu province, resulting in the evacuation of 45 families. These families had established their residences within the dams boundaries and were forced to seek refuge in emergency shelters. 2021-10-12
AC-2019-000200-KHM The collapse claimed the lives of at least 38 construction workers when the housing structure gave way early Saturday morning, and an additional 24 individuals sustained injuries. Sihanoukville, known for its port and resort developments, has witnessed a surge in vestment in recent years, particularly in sectors such as casinos, tourism, and property. The incident raised significant concerns regarding construction standards and safety in the region. 2019-6-22
TC-2015-000188-KHM In Cambodia, media reports indicated 11 fatalities resulting from lightning strikes and flash floods in Battambang, Preach Sihanouk, and Koh Kong Provinces. Approximately 1,825 houses were inundated, leading to the evacuation of nearly 1,000 people 2015-9-19
FL-2015-000187-KHM According to reports from the Cambodia Humanitarian Respone Forum (CHF), starting from September 1st, widespread flooding in Cambodia has had a devastating impact. An estimated 85,482 households across 74 districts in 14 provinces have been affected. The most severely affected provinces include Kampong Thom with 29,122 households affected, Battambang with 18,786 households affected, Banteay Meanchey with 10,547 households affected, and Pursat with 9,510 households affected. The flooding has caused extensive damage with 33,165 homes, 29 health centers, 280 schools, 1.600 km of rural roads, and 152,386 hectares of agricultural land affected. These events have had a significant impact on the affected communities and their livelihood. 2015-9-1
DR-2016-000154-KHM The drought was ongoing since June of the previous year and affected the majority of Cambodia provinces. Both water and food shortages was reported. Rain arrived in June 2016 2016-6-
ST-2014-000182-THA Storm / Lightning/Thunderstorms 2014-3-16
AC-2013-000183-THA On March 22, 2013, a tragic technological incident occurred within the confines of the Mae Surin refugee camp, located in the northern Thai province of Mae Hong Son. The calamity took the form of a devastating fire, inflicting substantial damage and loss. Regrettably, the fire resulted in the loss of 42 lives, and it left a trail of destruction in its wake. Approximately 100 shelters within the Mae Surin refugee camp were consumed by the relentless flames. It is worth noting that this camp primarily served as a refuge for ethnic Karen refugees from neighboring Myanmar, who had fled the conflict between guerrilla forces and government troops. The fire's impact was profound, not only in terms of human lives lost but also in terms of the displacement and suffering experienced by the vulnerable refugees who called this camp their temporary home. This tragic event underscores the importance of fire safety and disaster preparedness in refugee and displaced persons' settlements. 2013-3-22
EP-2023-000221-MYS Up to October 2023, there was a 100.5% increase in the number of dengue cases with 96,443 cases cumulatively, compared to only 48,109 dengue cases recorded in 2022. Malaysia reported roughly 64,078 dengue fever cases nationwide in 2022, 26,365 cases in 2021, and 90,304 cases in 2020. In terms of fatalities, a total of 73 dengue-related deaths due to dengue fever complications were recorded cumulatively as of 22 October 2023, compared to 29 deaths during the same period in 2022. Daily cases were recorded averaging above 300 cases in October 2023. Currently, there are 73 dengue hotspot localities nationwide, with Selangor state having the highest number of dengue hotspots (51) while other states are in the single digits. The Petaling and Hulu Langat districts in Selangor record the highest number of cases. In terms of sub-districts, the top 3 sub-districts affected are all in Petaling; with 4-digit cumulative cases in Petaling (5,570), Damansara (4,930), and Sungai Buloh (4,160). According to MoH, there will be a surge in dengue fever cases by the year-end based on the trend over the last decade. This pattern typically reaches its peak every four to five years and is believed to be due to changing dominant serotypes in a particular area, with the last reported peak occurring in 2019. 2023-11-10
FL-2023-000213-VNM Prolonged heavy rain caused many localities in Ha Tinh Province, Vietnam, to experience landslides and local flooding. At a school, a fence about 20 meters long collapsed on a car, causing damage. 2023-10-29
AC-2013-000182-THA Technology transport accident - road 2013-10-23
AC-2013-000181-THA On July 23, 2013, a tragic incident unfolded in central Thailand, marked by a catastrophic road accident involving technology transport. A double-decker coach collided with a truck, resulting in a devastating chain of events. Nineteen lives were tragically lost in this horrific collision, and an additional 23 individuals suffered injuries as a consequence of the accident. The collision was so severe that it led to a subsequent fire, engulfing the scene in flames. While specific details regarding the total monetary damages incurred are not available, the human toll and the gravity of this technology transport accident were undeniable. It stands as a somber reminder of the importance of road safety and vigilant transportation practices. 2013-7-23
AC-2013-000180-THA On December 27th, 2013, a devastating technology transport accident occurred on the roads of Phetchabun province in northeast Thailand. This tragic incident involved a bus that tragically veered off the road and plunged into a deep ravine. The repercussions of this horrifying accident were profound, resulting in the loss of at least 29 lives and leaving four individuals with severe injuries. The exact details of the accident and the extent of property damage are not provided, but the human toll underscores the urgency of road safety measures in the region. This tragic event serves as a poignant reminder of the importance of ensuring safe and responsible transportation practices. 2013-12-27
FL-2013-000179-THA In the summer of 2013, on the 31st of July, a devastating riverine flood wreaked havoc in the Mae Sot district of Tak province. This natural disaster, characterized by its torrential nature, resulted in considerable losses. Mae Sot, a town situated along the border with Myanmar, found itself in the throes of this catastrophic event. Nearby, across the border, the Myanmar town of Myawaddy also bore the brunt of the disaster, leading to the evacuation of approximately 7,000 residents. The flooding's genesis was attributed to the deliberate opening of floodgates upstream from these two towns, compounding the already dire situation. 2013-7-31
FL-2013-000178-THA 61 people died, nearly 3.500.000 people affected, total damage (USD) 605.518 2013-9-30
FL-2014-000181-THA Between September 1st and 8th, 2014, a significant riverine flood event occurred in various provinces in Northern Thailand, including Sukhothai and Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya. According to ADINET (with an August 31st reference), this natural disaster was primarily characterized as a riverine flood, resulting from relentless heavy rainfall. During this calamity, a total of 10 fatalities were reported across the affected regions. The impact was widespread, affecting approximately 15.000, with particular emphasis on the Chaiyaphum, Nakhom Sawan, Nan, Sukothai, and Tak provinces. The heavy rainfall led to severe consequences, including damage to agricultural fields. Approximately 15,000 people were directly affected by the flood, with 17,479 hectares of agricultural land suffering damage. Among these, 3,000 hectares specifically pertained to rice fields, resulting in substantial losses. 2014-9-1
EQ-2014-000180-THA On May 5th, 2014, a formidable earthquake struck multiple provinces in northern Thailand, including Chiang Rai, Chiang Mai, Lampang, Lamphun, Mae Hong Son, Phayao, Phrae, and Nan. This seismic event, marked by a magnitude of 6.3, occurred at a depth of 7 kilometers in Chiang Rai Province at 18:08 (UTC + 7). Regrettably, this earthquake resulted in the loss of one life and affected 17,523 individuals. The economic toll of the disaster was substantial, with an estimated total damage cost of $76.645 million USD. The affected provinces in northern Thailand experienced the full force of this natural disaster, underscoring the importance of earthquake preparedness and the need for resilient infrastructure in regions prone to seismic activity. 2014-5-5
FF-2014-000179-THA Between November 7th and 16th, 2014, a significant flood and flash flood event unfolded in various Southern provinces of Thailand, including Pattani, Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya, and Surat Thani. This natural disaster was primarily driven by persistent heavy rainfall. During this calamity, it is reported that a significant number of people, specifically 7,237 according to ADINET, were affected across the impacted regions. The flood event had a particularly pronounced impact on the aforementioned provinces, including Nakhon Si Thammarat. Additionally, around 2,000 acres of agricultural lands were inundated, leading to substantial agricultural losses 2014-11-7
CW-2014-000178-THA According to EM-DAT 63 people died and 1.000.000 people where affected 2014-1-
FL-1993-000013-PHL Due to the effects of Tropical Storm 'Rubing' during last days, floods and mudflows have occurred near Mount Pinatubo in northern Philippines. Most affected regions are Metro Manila, Region I and Region III where a total of 200 families (9,828 persons) had to be moved to 27 evacuation centres. […] Latest damage report from National Disaster Coordinating Council (NDCC) indicates: confirmed deaths: 5, population affected: 55,106 families: Metro Manila (6,816), Region I (6,535) and Region III (41,755) total: 258,080 persons, houses damaged: 830, total amount of damage: USD 2.6 million (P 70.126 million). 1993-8-18