Afghanistan

Flash Flood in Afghanistan

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Flash floods killed at least 10 people and destroyed hundreds of houses in different parts of Kandahar Province, southern Afghanistan, on 7 February, according to the Afghan Red Crescent Society (ARCS).

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Flash Flood in Afghanistan

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FF-2010-000020-AFG

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Kandahar Province

Occurance Date: 

07/02/2010

Floods in Afganistan

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Heavy rains caused flooding in Jalabad, eastern Afghanistan. 626 houses destroyed, roughly 4000 people affected. (UNAMA Press Release 01/09/2009)

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FL-2009-00171

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Afganistan

Occurance Date: 

31/08/2009

UN-SPIDER co-chairs inter-agency briefing on use of Remote Sensing for DRR and Emergency Response in Afghanistan

On June 22nd, an inter-agency briefing with UNOOSA/UN-SPIDER took place in Kabul to determine how best to make use of spatial data/mapping tools to support

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Mon, 22/06/2009 - 18:00

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Flood in Afghanistan

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According to assessments conducted to date, floods have affected approximately 10,000 households in five provinces in the Northern region (Jawzjan, Faryab, Balkh, Samangan and Sari Pul) and four provinces in the Northeastern region (Kunduz, Baghlan, Takhar and Badakhshan). Flooding in the north and northeast is expected to continue and worsen, due to heavy rains and to snow melting.

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Flood in Afghanistan

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not available

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Afghanistan

Occurance Date: 

19/05/2009

Flood in Afghanistan

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On 20-21 April, flooding was reported in 10 locations on the outskirts of Mazar city and 3 in Chemtal district of Balkh province. Two children were killed, a total of 240 houses completely destroyed, 157 partially damaged. 240 families have lost everything.

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Flood in Afghanistan

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FL-2009-000080-AFG

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Afghanistan

Occurance Date: 

22/04/2009

Earthquake in Afghanistan

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Two earthquakes killed at least 22 people and destroyed several hundred homes when they struck two hours apart in eastern Afghanistan (17/04/2009).

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Earthquake in Afghanistan

GLIDEnumber: 

EQ-2009-000077-AFG

Region: 

Afghanistan

Occurance Date: 

17/04/2009

Snow Avalanche in Afghanistan

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Ten people were killed and more than 30 others had to be rescued when avalanches buried their vehicles in Afghanistan's Salang pass north of the capital, Kabul.

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Snow Avalanche in Afghanistan

GLIDEnumber: 

AV-2009-000017-AFG

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Afghanistan

Occurance Date: 

18/01/2009

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