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DR-2019-000130-IDN According to Meteorology, Climatology, and Geophysical Agency (BMKG), the dry season in Indonesia has culminated back in August 2019. About 92% of the country is currently experiencing drought due to El Nino cycle at the end of 2018, resulting in a drier and harsher dry season. BMKG also noted that meteorological (climate) drought in most of Java, Bali and Nusa Tenggara potentially will suffer long to extreme drought. The government predicted to impact the lives of 48,491,666 people in 28 provinces. Nine provinces are severely affected by the drought which are Banten, Central Java, West Java, East Java, Yogyakarta, Bali, West Nusa Tenggara and Sulawesi and Borneo and the Government of Indonesia has declared an emergency drought alert status in seven provinces; Banten, Central Java, West Java, East Java, Yogyakarta, West Nusa Tenggara and East Nusa Tenggara. 2019-6-25
EQ-2019-000129-PHL Medium humanitarian impact, magnitude 6.4M tsunami generates 0m 2019-10-16
FL-2019-000120-PHL Heavy rainfall has been affecting Maguindanao Province (Mindanao Island, southern Philippines) since 6 June, resulting in flooding in Datu Salibo and Sultan sa Barongis municipalities. At least 45,000 people have been displaced according to the national authorities. 2019-6-6
EQ-2019-000119-IDN A magnitude of 6.5 earthquake struck Maluku Island, Indonesia on Thursday, 26 September 2019, at 08:46 local time. Local Disaster Management Agency of Maluku province (BPBD Maluku Province) noted as per 9 October 2019, the earthquake has displaced nearly 170,900 people. As much as 39 people have been killed and 1,578 injured. 2019-9-26
FL-2019-000111-KHM Continuous flooding has affected several provinces along the Mekong River, resulting in 12 fatalities, according to media reports. More than 87,000 families have been affected and 10,000 have been evacuated across 14 provinces over the past ten days. The most affected provinces are Stung Treng, Kratie, Kampong Cham and Tbong Khmum. Warnings for severe weather are in effect across Cambodia. 2019-9-20
EP-2019-000110-PHL On 19 September 2019, the Department of Health (DOH) confirmed the re-emergence of polio in the Philippines and declared a national polio outbreak. This follows a confirmed Vaccine Derived Poliovirus Type 2 (VPDV2) case in a three-year old child in Lanao de Sur (Mindanao). The re-emergence of the disease comes almost 20 years since the Philippines was declared polio-free in 2000. The last known case of wild poliovirus recorded in the Philippines was in 1993. Between 1 July and 27 August 2019, four (4) environmental samples tested positive for VPDV 1 from Tondo (Manila), with no genetic linkage found with any known VDPV1 indicating new emergence. Between 13 and 22 August 2019, two (2) environmental samples tested positive for VDPV2 from Tondo (Manila) and Davao City. Both samples were founded to be genetically linked. As a result, VDPV2 was classified as circulating (cVDPV2). 2019-9-20
FL-2019-000104-THA In Thailand, 19 deaths have been reported, 158,000 are affected and more than 4,300 buildings damaged 2019-8-29
FL-2019-000103-LAO Floods caused by the passage of Tropical Cyclone PODUL and Tropical Depression KAJIKI have resulted in 14 fatalities and 1 missing person across Laos, as of 10 September. The most affected areas are the southern Provinces of Attapeu, Champasak, Khammouan, Saravan, Savannakhet, and Sekong. Over 1 million people are affected (approximately 150,000 families) and 102,000 have been displaced. 2019-9-11
FL-2019-000092-VNM Several provinces in the center, central highlands, and south of Vietnam have been impacted by floods following torrential rain over a number of days. The worst affected provinces are Kien Giang followed by Lam Dong. Other provinces affected include Gia Lai, Dak Lak, Dak Nong, Kon Tum, Dong Nai, Binh Thuan and Binh Phuoc. According to a report issued by the National Steering Committee for Natural Disaster Prevention and Control (NCDPC), as of 10 August 2019, 10 deaths have been reported while four people injured and over 1,985 people evacuated. In total 12,141 houses are affected by the floods. In addition, households have lost livestock, gardens and other assets. 2019-8-8
EQ-2019-000086-PHL Two moderate-sized earthquake with Magnitude 5.4 and 5.9 occurred on 27 July 2019, 4:16 AM and 7:13 AM (local time) respectively in the province of Batanes of the Philippines. Approximately 3,000 persons were affected. 2019-7-27
EP-2019-000085-PHL With 106,630 dengue cases reported through the Philippines Integrated Disease Surveillance and Response (PIDSR) system from 1 January to 29 June 2019, including 456 deaths, the current dengue incidence is 85% higher than in 2018, in spite of a delayed rainy season. Whereas the Case Fatality Rate (CFR) of 0.43% as of 29 June 2019 is lower than in the same time period in 2018 (0.55%), this is still significantly higher than the regional average of 0.22% in the Western Pacific. The Philippines Department of Health (DoH) declared a National Dengue Alert on 15 July 2019, urging regional DoH offices to step up dengue surveillance, case management and outbreak response in primary health facilities and hospitals, as well as through community and school-based health education campaigns, clean-up drives, surveillance activities, case investigations, vector control, and logistics support for dengue control (insecticides, RDTs, medicine, etc) in line with an Advisory on Dengue Preparedness and Outbreak Response issued earlier this year. The National Disaster Risk Reduction Management Council (NDRRMC), raised the code blue alert, activating the national Health Cluster, led by DoH. 2019-7-15
FL-2019-000082-MMR Torrential monsoon rains and rising river levels have caused flooding. In Kachin State, according to the State Government, more than 6,200 people have been evacuated to 39 sites in Myitkyina, Bhamo and Shwegu townships as of 13 July. Rakhine, Chin and Mon states are also being hit by floods. 2019-7-13
FL-2019-000081-MMR Torrential monsoon rains and rising river levels have caused flooding. In Kachin State, according to the State Government, more than 6,200 people have been evacuated to 39 sites in Myitkyina, Bhamo and Shwegu townships as of 13 July. Rakhine, Chin and Mon states are also being hit by floods. 2019-7-13
FF-2019-000068-VNM The incident started around early this morning, June 24, in Ban Ho Commune. The water flew into 20 households in Ban Den and La Ve villages, sweeping away much their personal property. 2019-6-24
FL-2019-000057-IDN Continuous rainfall in the region for the past few days resulted to flooding and rain-induced landslide in several provinces in Indonesia, with the most number of affected persons being recorded in East Kalimantan (to date). Three (3) areas were reported to be affected, namely Samarinda City, and Tenggarong Sebrang District and Tenggarong Sub-district (both in Kutai Kartanegara Regency). 2019-6-2
EQ-2019-000036-PHL Medium humanitarian impact, magnitude 6.4M tsunami generates 0m 2019-4-23
EQ-2019-000035-PHL Medium humanitarian impact, magnitude 6.1M 2019-4-22
FF-2019-000029-IDN The reported number of people displaced by flash floods and landslides in Sentani District in Papua Province following heavy rains on 16 March has increased to nearly 17,000 people, according to the national disaster management agency (BNPB). Displaced people are sheltering in 33 displacement sites. The number of people known to have died has reached 112, with 94 people missing and 915 injured. 2019-3-16
EP-2019-000023-PHL The number of cases of measles has been increasing in the Philippines over the past several years, but since late 2018, there has been a dramatic increase in cases nationally. There has been 261 deaths between 1 January and 2 March 2019 in comparison to 202 deaths in 2018. Between 2017 and 2018, there was a 547 per cent increase of measles cases reported nationwide. On 6 February 2019, Department of Health (DOH) declared the first measles outbreak. As of 2 March, eight regions have declared outbreaks and the province of Cavite has declared a state of calamity. 2019-1-1
FL-2019-000011-IDN The heavy non-stop rainfall in South Sulawesi area from Monday 21 January onwards caused over 100 meter increase in the water level of the Bili-Bili reservoir. The next day, the government decided to open the Bili-Bili reservoir spillway to normalise the water level. However, as a result of this decision, the nearby Jeneberang river overflowed, causing flooding in the surroundingh Gowa District. According to the National Agency for Disaster Management (BNBP), some 106 villages in 13 districts have been affected by the floods. 2019-1-28