||Quang Ngai evacuated thousands of people to shelters from floods. Floodwaters rose rapidly on rivers, so Quang Ngai organized the evacuation of thousands of people in low-lying areas to safety.
||Since 1 September, Cambodia has experienced heavy rainfall across much of the country. As of 29 September, about 19,193 households in 3 provinces are reported to be affected by flash floods. In these areas, houses, infrastructure (roads, schools, health centres) and agricultural land have been inundated.
||A tropical storm has set off landslides and flash floods as it barreled over the tip of the northern Philippines, leaving at least 11 people dead and seven missing.
||The central region is forecast to experience a spell of heavy rain and flooding over the coming days as a tropical depression entering the East Sea is likely to strengthen into a storm.
||Since 23 September, flooding caused by heavy rain has been affecting 30 Provinces of Thailand, resulting in casualties.
||Super Typhoon Chanthu made landfall in the far northern Philippines on Saturday, bringing destructive winds and heavy rain to the archipelago. Chanthu, known as Kiko in the Philippines, was one of the strongest storms this year, with sustained winds of 260 kph (160 mph) before landfall -- equivalent in strength to a Category 5 Atlantic hurricane at its peak.
||Vietnam’s central coastal provinces have developed plans to evacuate a total of 331,392 residents from flood-prone areas before typhoon Conson makes landfall on September 12.
||A landslide struck in the Mandalay Region of Myanmar on 24 August 2021 burying 4 homes in Mogok Township. Fourteen people were buried under the collapsed houses. Teams of search and rescue workers including personnel from Myanmar Red Cross and the Fire Department searched through the wreckage of the buildings over the last few days. As of 26 August, officials said 11 bodies had been found. Three people survived but were injured.
||As of 5 am, Metro Manila joins the areas expected to see the strongest rain from Severe Tropical Storm Jolina (Conson) on Wednesday, September 8
Severe Tropical Storm Jolina (Conson) was moving over the Tayabas Bay-Verde Island passage area before dawn on Wednesday, September 8, while Typhoon Kiko (Chanthu) was undergoing rapid intensification.
||According to the latest update from Department of Metrology and Hydrology (DMH) Monsoon flooding has hit the lower part of Myanmar following heavy rainfall since the third week of July. The flood has been affecting thousands of households in Shan (East), Kayin, Mon, Rakhine, Mandalay and Tanintharyi. The Department of Meteorology and Hydrology (DMH) Myanmar reported that the low-pressure area over the North Bay of Bengal still persists and will remain until October 2021.
||Yan District in Kedah State was faced with a flash flood from the foothill of Mount Jerai (Gunung Jearai). The flash flood happens on Wednesday 18th of August 2021 at 5.30 pm (Local Malaysian Time). The heavy downpour causes a water surge and landslides on Gunung Jerai that later hit Yan, Kuala Muda, Bandar Baharu district in Kedah by flash muddy floods. The surrounding location of Gunung Jerai Resort was severely damage. The difficult road access from the affected mud flash flood had hampered the search and rescue of the victim that believe to be drowned and flush with the strong current. The people affected by these flash floods have reached around 879 families (4,395 people) in the affected area of Yan District and 86 families (430 people) at Kubang Pasu District.
||Medium humanitarian impact, magnitude 5.5M
||Heavy rains battered the southern states of Kayin and Mon and Tanintharyi region beginning on Sunday, impacting as many as 3,000 people. More than 100 in Kayin’s Hlaingbwe had to be evacuated, according to a relief official from the area.
||Large parts of the Luzon island in the north of the Philippines, including Metropolitan Manila, have been experiencing heavy monsoon rain in the last days. On 24 July, the water level of the Marikina River in Manila reached 16 meter, triggering evacuations. The National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council reports that around 14,000 individuals have been pre-emptively evacuated. Most of the affected communities are located in Marikina City and in the nearby towns of San Mateo, Taytay, and Cainta in the province of Rizal.
||On 1 July 2021, the Department of Science and Technology’s Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (PHIVOLCS) raised an Alert Level from 2 to 3 (out of 5) after increasing activity of Taal Volcano, which is located on the island of Luzon in Batangas, CALABARZON (Region IV-A). An Alert Level 3 means that there is magmatic intrusion at the main crater that may further drive succeeding eruptions. Taal Volcano is situated on Volcano Island and is listed as a Permanent Danger Zone, with permanent settlement on the island not recommended, however, approximately 53,697 people (10,131 families) and CHF 129 Million of infrastructure are within 10 kilometre radius and 2.81 Million people within 30 kilometre distance (AHA Centre).
||Sabah, Malaysia had been experiencing heavy rainfalls since 20th May, causing two districts (Beaufort and Tenom) were inundated by floods. The rain was nonstops for few days resulting in 2 rivers collided between the Pagalan River and the Padas River. People were fleeing from their home and evacuated to the temporary shelters. Total number of people affected by flood have reached 1,552 families (5,782 people) in those two districts, based on the released information from Social Welfare Department (JKM) as of 25th May 2021.
||Since 1st February 2021, Myanmar has been undergoing a political crisis with civil unrest impacting across Myanmar’s regions and states, precipitating a humanitarian crisis with affected populations across many parts of the country. After detaining civilian leaders on 1st February, the Myanmar Military announced the suspension of the new elected parliament, following November 2020 elections. A State of Emergency was declared for one year and a State Administration Council (SAC) formed under military leadership. Following these events, public demonstrations and a Civil Disobedience Movement (CDM) have been ongoing.
||The passage of Tropical Cyclone SURIGAE over the Philippine Sea continues to affect the eastern coast of central and northern Philippines, resulting in four fatalities and 13 injured people, as reported by national authorities on 22 April. More than 235,750 people have been affected across Cagayan Valley, Bicol, Eastern Visayas and Caraga Regions.
||Tropical Cyclone SEROJA formed over the Savu Sea (eastern Indonesia, bordering Timor-Leste) on 4 April, moving south-west towards the Western Australia coast. On 6 April at 0.00 UTC its centre was approx. 130 km south of Sumba Island (East Nusa Tenggara) and 730 km north-west of Derby Town (Western Australia), with maximum sustained winds of 102 km/h. Following its passage, the Indonesian National Board for Disaster Management reports 128 fatalities, 72 people missing and 8,424 people displaced in East Nusa Tenggara. The Government of Timor-Leste reports 27 fatalities and 7,000 displaced in Dili.
||On 29 March - 1 April, several flooding and landslide events, triggered by heavy rainfall, occurred mostly in Java, Sumatra, and western Lesser Sunda Islands, resulting in about 75,506 affected people, and at least 50 displaced residents.