||Stung Treng Province, the North-East province of Cambodia has been affected by the hydroelectric dam collapsed in Lao PDR on 23 July 2018. Total of two Districts (Siem Pang District and Stung Treng Town) were directly affected by the flash flooding, while three more districts (Siem Bok, Sesan, and Thalaborivat) were inundated by the flood water from Siem Pang and Stung Treng Town. In the aftermath of the flood, 1,662 families (5,817 people) from the two districts have been evacuated to the safe area.
||Heavy monsoon rains in recent weeks have led to floods and landslides in 10 states and regions of Myanmar. As of 17 June, 8,000 houses have been damaged or inundated, 23,000 people have been temporarily evacuated, 12,000 acres of farmland have been damaged, and 11 people have died due to floods and landslides. Government authorities, the Myanmar Red Cross Society (MRCS), and local organizations are providing assistance to flood-affected people, including food and other relief items.
||Medium humanitarian impact, magnitude 6.4M tsunami generates 0.04m
||Flooding in northern and central Viet Nam has reportedly resulted in the deaths of 20 people following the impact of tropical storm Son Tinh. More than 100 houses have reportedly been destroyed and 4,000 houses have been flooded. Over 82,000 hectares of agricultural land has been destroyed and around 17,000 livestock killed. There is an ongoing risk of landslides in northern Viet Nam and in the areas close to the border with Lao PDR, with higher than average rainfall forecast for northern Lao PDR.
||The Xepian-Xe Nam Noy hydropower dam under construction in Attapeu province in Southeast of Laos collapsed for an unknown reason on Monday 23 July. Five billion cubic metres of water released by the dam collapse caused flash flooding in at least six nearby villages (Yai Thae, Hinlad, Mai, Thasengchan, Tha Hin and Samong). Some 7,000 people have been affected by the floods.
||NDRRMC has issued heavy rainfall and flood warnings for Tropical Depression 13 (Josie). It will be expected to leave Philippines Area of Responsibility by 23 July.
Habagat monsoon season is enhanced by Tropical Depression 11, 12 and 13 bringing heavy rainfall since 16 July. NDRRMC reported that 158.509 families or 728,003 persons being affected across 585 barangays. Till date, 156 houses were reported to have sustained damage with only 9 being totally damaged.
||On 22 June, 300 houses were inundated by flash floods in Alasmalang Village, Banyuwangi District, East Java Province. 15 of the houses were heavily damaged by the flood waters. The local government and stakeholders provided support to 1,600 flood-affected people. On 23 June, heavy rains triggered landslides in Lumajang District, East Java Province. The National Disaster Management Authority (BPBD), Armed Forces, and Police are leading the response.
||Flash floods and landslides triggered by torrential rains have killed at least seven people and left 12 missing in northern Vietnam since Saturday, 23 June 2018, the government's Disaster Management Authority said on Monday.
||On 16 January 2018, Indonesian Ministry of Health (MoH) has declared a measles outbreak and malnutrition in the Asmat District of the Papua Province. The National Health Crisis Centre at MoH activated its public health emergency operation center to monitor the impact of the crisis regularly. As of 21 January 2018, at least 602 positive measles cases have been identified. Papua, as one of the poorest area of Indonesia, has a poor food security status. A large proportion of the population, especially children, are suffering of malnutrition and weakened immunity, which makes them more vulnerable to measles and its complications. Only 17 % of the area's population are vaccinated against measles.
||On Sunday, 14th of January 2017 Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology increased the alert level for Mount Mayon to three (scale 1-5), which indicates a prospect of hazardous eruption within the following weeks or even days. On Monday, 15th of January, ash clouds were seen erupting from the crater with lava falling down the slopes. At least 15 000 people living nearby have fled their homes.
||Typhoon Tembin is expected to slam into Vietnam late on Monday, 25 December 2017. Vietnam's disaster prevention committee said 74,000 people had been moved to safety from vulnerable areas, while authorities in 15 provinces and cities were prepared to move more than 1 million.
||On 20 Dec 2017, Tropical Depression "Vinta" (local name) has intensified into a tropical storm as it continues to track westward with maximum sustained winds of up to 65 kph. Scattered to widespread moderate to heavy rains is expected over Eastern Visayas, Caraga and Davao Region within 24 hours. The storm is expected to make landfall over Caraga - Davao Region area between Thursday (December 21) evening and Friday (December 22) morning.
||On Friday, 15 December 2017, at 23:47 local time, BMKG (Meteorological, Climatological and Geophysical Agency) reported an earthquake of 6.9 magnitude. The epicentre was located on the coast at 7.75 degrees south and 108.11 degrees east, some 6 km southeast of Bantarkalong, Tasikmalaya District, West Java Province, with an estimated depth of 120 km. The National Disaster Management Office (BNPB) BNPB confirmed that as a result of the earthquake, four people are dead, 11 people seriously injured and 25 people slightly injured. To date, the recorded number of damaged houses is 2,935 in West Java, Central Java and Yogyakarta, with West Java as the most affected province. Latest data shows 451 heavily damaged houses, 579 medium damaged houses and 1,905 slightly damaged houses.
||A new Tropical Cyclone KAI-TAK (named URDUJA in the Philippines) formed over the south west Pacific Ocean on 13 December and started moving west-northwest toward Eastern Samar province (Eastern Visayas region, Philippines). On 14 December at 0.00 UTC its centre was located 200 km south-east of Borongan city (Eastern Samar province) and it had maximum sustained wind speed of 56 km/h (Tropical Depression).
||Heavy rain has been affecting Malaysia over the past few days, causing floods and landslides.
According to media, as of 6 November at 6.00 UTC, at least seven people have been killed in the state of Penang (north-western Malaysia) and 5 500 have been evacuated from the states of Penang and Kedah.
||As of 5 November, Typhoon Damrey caused 29 deaths, destroyed 600 houses and damaged nearly 40,000 houses after hitting 10 provinces and the city of Danang on 4 November. National authorities have instructed all central and provincial agencies to scale up search and rescue and relief operations and to quickly restore damaged infrastructures. NGO partners with operations in the affected areas, including Save the Children and World Vision, have mobilized local staff and resources to support provincial authorities. No international assistance has been requested.
||Many South Central provinces flooded deeply in the flood
The rise of rivers has drowned many roads, isolating some residential areas in Phu Yen, Khanh Hoa, Binh Dinh, Quang Ngai.
The provinces of the South are busy coping with tropical low pressure
On November 1, the tropical low pressure caused the long-lasting rain causing the Ky Lo River in Dong Xuan District ( Phu Yen ) to rise as the La Hai Bridge flooded more than 1.5 meters; As for the Cay Sung River bridge in Xuan Son Bac commune, the flood waters are over 2 m. Two villages of Xuan My and Lac Chi communes of Hoa My Dong commune, Tay Hoa district were flooded. Many parts of the district are isolated.
The rails in Xuan Quang Bac commune were lashed up over 20 m, causing the North-South trains to pause. SE8 train route Ho Chi Minh City - Hanoi forced to stop at Tuy Hoa station waiting to overcome the problem.
||Heavy downpours and flooding caused by a tropical depression over the past few days have wreaked havoc in central and northern localities, claiming the lives of at least 20 people. Five were injured and at least 12 others are missing, according to the National Committee for Search and Rescue.
||The activity of Mount Agung in Bali has increased from Level 3 (High Alert: Orange/Ready to erupt) to Level 4 (Red/Danger). The increased seismic activity in the region is increasing the danger of eruption. As of 24th of September, over 35,000 people have been evacuated from the high risk areas. The number is expected to increase in the upcoming days.