Flood

Flood in Dominican Rep.

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3,198 people displaced, 631 houses damaged by floods due to heavy rains and strong winds in most parts of the country.

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Flood in Dominican Rep.

GLIDEnumber: 

FL-2009-000100-DOM

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Dominican Rep.

Occurance Date: 

21/05/2009

Flood in Haiti

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Several days of heavy rain has swamped Haiti and left 11 people dead across the poverty-seeped Caribbean nation, officials said Thursday(21/05/2009).

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Flood in Haiti

GLIDEnumber: 

FL-2009-000102-HTI

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Haiti

Occurance Date: 

21/05/2009

Flood in Panama

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145 people affected, 57 houses damaged by floods after heavy rains struck the capital on the night of the 20 May.

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Flood in Panama

GLIDEnumber: 

FL-2009-000101-PAN

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Panama

Occurance Date: 

21/05/2009

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 Angola

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Heavy rains have caused floods in Angola's southern and central provinces of Moxico, Cunene, Kuando Dubango, Bie, Lunda Sul, Uige and Malange since early May 2009. Part of the flooded areas are landmine contaminated. According to officials, 220,000 people are affected so far and 71 deaths were reported.

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Flood in Angola

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not available

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Angola

Occurance Date: 

11/05/2009

Flood in Tajikistan

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According to official statement, the death toll in the heat wave sweeping across Orissa has risen to 31 on Monday(11/05/2009, Times of India reported.

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Flood in Tajikistan

GLIDEnumber: 

FL-2009-000095-TJK

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Tajikistan

Occurance Date: 

11/05/2009

Flood in Brazil

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Severe flooding has hit Brazil's perennially drought-stricken northeast, killing 15 people and leaving 70,000 others homeless.

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Flood in Brazil

GLIDEnumber: 

FL-2009-000089-BRA

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Brazil

Occurance Date: 

04/05/2009

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

GLIDEnumber: 

FL-2009-000080-AFG

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Afghanistan

Occurance Date: 

22/04/2009

Flash flood in Philippines

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Continuous heavy rains in the low-lying areas along Chico River from 5:00 PM to 12:00 midnight (local time) of 21 April 2009 caused caused flash flooding in Rizal, Cagayan particularly to the barangays of Cambabangan, Nanungaran and Dunggan. As of initial report, 20 families or 110 persons were affected. However, there were no reported human casualties. Three (3) ferry boats docked in Rizal river bank without passengers were reported missing. Further 12 carabaos drowned in the said incident.-NDCC update dd 22/04/2009.

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Flash flood in Philippines

GLIDEnumber: 

FF-2009-000081-PHL

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Philippines

Occurance Date: 

21/04/2009

Flood in Vanuatu

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Recent rainfall caused floods and landslides severely affecting North Ambrym. Ten villages between Linbul and Ranvetlam, with an estimated population of 950 (239 households), were affected.

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Flood in Vanuatu

GLIDEnumber: 

FL-2009-000087-VUT

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Vanuatu

Occurance Date: 

15/04/2009

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