Flood

Flood in Tajikistan

English

As a result of heavy rains on 11 April 2010, rural areas of Tajikistan have been affected by flooding and landslides. Around 18 villages throughout the country have been affected. In total 319 houses (with 1,914 inhabitants) have been damaged, out of which 5 houses totally destroyed. Two people were killed by the floods.

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Flood in Tajikistan

GLIDEnumber: 

FL-2010-000075-TJK

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Tajikistan

Occurance Date: 

14/04/2010

latitude: 

39

longitude: 

69

Flood in Russia

English

A sharp increase in the temperature from minus 10 degrees to plus 10 degrees triggering the melting of snow caused floods between 22 and 26 March, inundating seven settlements in four municipal districts in the Volgograd region of the Russian Federation. Some 3,250 people, including 197 children were affected and had to be evacuated into temporary shelter solutions

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Flood in Russia

GLIDEnumber: 

FL-2010-000072-RUS

Region: 

Volgograd Region

Occurance Date: 

12/04/2010

Floods in Bangladesh

English

Areas affected by Cyclone Aila have been hit by flooding and swollen rivers due to high tides. Over 45,000 are marooned, 28 villages inundated.

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Flood in Bangladesh

GLIDEnumber: 

FL-2010-000070-BGD

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Bangladesh

Occurance Date: 

08/04/2010

Flood in Brazil

English

 Torrential rains caused floods and landslides that killed at least 31 people in Rio de Janeiro state, shutting down transport and commerce.

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Flood in Brazil

GLIDEnumber: 

FL-2010-000067-BRA

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Rio de Janeiro

Occurance Date: 

06/04/2010

Flood in Indonesia

English

A flood have occured in Karawang District, West Java-Indonesia. The Citarum river has overflowed for 4 days recently since March 21, 2010. It has inundated More than 5000 houses in 21 villages (7 subdistricts). The depth of inundated area in Pakisjaya subdistrict has reached 2.5 meter.

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Flood in Indonesia

GLIDEnumber: 

FL-2010-000063-IDN

Region: 

West Java-Indonesia

Occurance Date: 

21/03/2010

Flood in Congo

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Flood from Congo river affected 13,500 families, over 5,000 became homeless in Bukama.

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Flood in Congo

GLIDEnumber: 

FL-2010-000062-COD

Region: 

Zaire/Congo

Occurance Date: 

17/03/2010

Flood in Zimbabwe

English

 Northern Zimbabwe experienced flash floods that destroyed the livelihoods of around 1,775 people - Southern Africa: Floods Regional Update # 2 (16/03/10)

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Flood in Zimbabwe

GLIDEnumber: 

FL-2010-000059-ZWE

Region: 

Northern Zimbabwe

Occurance Date: 

17/03/2010

Flood in Burundi

English

Since February heavy rains mixed with hail storm have fell in the western region of Burundi and subsequent flooding affected several areas of Cibitoke. The worst affected were Cibitoke and Bujumbura Rural Provinces where an estimated of 198 families had houses damaged and 2938 hectares of crops (rice, beans, cassava and potatoes) destroyed.

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Flood in Burundi

GLIDEnumber: 

FL-2010-000057-BDI

Region: 

Cibitoke and Bujumbura Rural Provinces

Occurance Date: 

16/02/2010

Floods and cholera in Mozambique

English

Parts of Mozambique experienced heavy rainfall since mid February 2010, mainly in the central region covering Zamb?zia, Tete, Manica and Sofala Provinces. The persistent rains have saturated the soil causing floods in the valleys of Buzi, Zambeze, Licungo, Save and other rivers affecting approximately 17,000 people. The rainy situation has also been experienced in the neighbouring Malawi, Zambia and Zimbabwe. 

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Floods

GLIDEnumber: 

FL-2010-000055-MOZ

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Mozambique

Occurance Date: 

09/03/2010
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latitude: 

-18

longitude: 

35

Flood in Mozambique

English

Parts of Mozambique experienced heavy rainfall since mid February 2010, mainly in the central region covering Zamb?zia, Tete, Manica and Sofala Provinces. The persistent rains have saturated the soil causing floods in the valleys of Buzi, Zambeze, Licungo, Save and other rivers affecting approximately 17,000 people. The rainy situation has also been experienced in the neighbouring Malawi, Zambia and Zimbabwe.

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Flood in Mozambique

GLIDEnumber: 

FL-2010-000055-MOZ

Region: 

Zamb'zia, Tete, Manica and Sofala Provinces

Occurance Date: 

09/03/2010

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