Parts of Mozambique experienced heavy rainfall since mid February 2010, mainly in the central region covering Zamb?zia, Tete, Manica and Sofala Provinces.
Thousands of people were evacuated and some were killed in Kazakhstan on Friday after severe floods destroyed two dams in the south of the Central Asian state, the emergencies ministry said.
In Angola 10,000 people have lost their homes to floods in the southern province of Cunene.
Heavy rainfall at the onset of the Long Rains Season (Mar - Jun) has caused flooding in several locations affecting over 8,000 people.
Based on UNICEF situation report, 210 families (1,050 people) have been affected by the initial inundation in Namathanda district; of these, 613 people have been evacuated to a temporary shelter lo
Heavy rains and rapid slow melting have caused floods in the eastern and central part of Serbia damaging and flooding 1,306 households and affecting more than 3,150 people.
Around 1,000 families have been displaced by flooding after heavy rains in an area straddling the border between Ethiopia and the self-declared independent republic of Somaliland, according to offi
(...) "The peak of highest danger may start from the last ten days of March, but this doesn't mean that we should wait until then - we have to work in order to minimize those problems which we
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