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Myanmar: Floods Emergency Situation Report ( No.3)

By United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs  •  August 13, 2015

Flooding in BurmaAs of 10 August, the National Natural Disaster Management Committee (NDMC) reports that over 1.1 million people have been severely affected by floods and landslides since mid-July. This includes a cumulative number of over 240,000 households that have been or remain temporarily displaced during this period. At least 103 people are confirmed to have died in the floods since June. Population figures continue to change daily as people in some areas where flood waters are receding start to return to their homes and people in other areas are newly affected by floods. Close to 380,000 people are currently affected or displaced by floods in the Ayeyarwady Region.

Download the full report in English here.

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This post is in: Aid, ASEAN, Children and Youth, Displacement, Health, Women

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