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ECHO Daily Map of 4 March 2015

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Chile - Volcanic eruption
  • The Villarrica volcano, located in southern Chile (Region of La Araucania), erupted in the early hours of 3 March, spewing a plume of ash and lava high into the sky, and forcing the evacuation of nearby communities.
  • According to the National Geological Service – Sernageomin, a column of ash and rock particles reached up to 3 km high at around 3 am, local time. At least 3 385 people had been evacuated as a preventative measure.
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ECHO Daily Map of 3 March 2015

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ECHO Daily Map of 2 March 2015

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ECHO Daily Map of 27 February 2015

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ECHO Daily Map of 26 February 2015

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Bolivia - Severe weather - UPDATE
  • The number of people affected by the recent heavy rains, floods and landslides in northern Bolivia is still rising.
  • In the department of Pando (northern Bolivia), the river Acre overflowed over the last few days, displacing more than 4 000 people in the town of Cobija (according to media, as of 25 February).
  • In the meantime, the number of families affected in the whole country rose to over 20 300, mostly in the departments of Chuquisaca (5 185 families), Cochabamba (4 970 families) and La Paz (5 315 families), according to the latest figures of the Vice-Ministry of Civil Defense (as of 24 February).
  • In the next 24 h more heavy rains may still affect northern-western and south-western Bolivia.
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ECHO Daily Map of 25 February 2015

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Syria – Humanitarian situation and conflict (ECHO, NGOs, Media)
  • On 23 February, ISIL forces kidnapped about 90 villagers including women and children after seizing the villages of Tal Shamiram and Tal Hermuz in north-east Syria according to the Syrian Observatory of Human Rights. The abductions took place when ISIL attacked a number of largely Assyrian Christian villages along the banks of the Khabour river in Al-Hassakeh governorate.
  • Kurdish forces responded to the attacks while international airstrikes were launched against ISIL positions in the area. According to local and media reports, on 24 February, Kurdish forces retook control of some of the villages that had come under ISIL attack and continued advancing to secure others.
  • The attacks also triggered the displacement of about 500-600 families who have fled to the eastern side of the Khabour river and to the towns of Al-Hassakeh and Qamishli. Humanitarian organizations and local networks are organizing assistance to some 300 displaced families who have mostly sought refuge in local families and churches in Al-Hassakeh and Qamishli. Immediate needs include food, clothing, blankets and hygiene kits.
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ECHO Daily Map of 24 February 2015

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West Africa – Ebola epidemic
  • As of 18 February, WHO reported a total of 22 894 confirmed, probable, and suspected cases of EVD in the three most affected countries along with 9 177 reported deaths.
  • Transmission in Sierra Leone has declined but remains widespread and in Guinea there has been an increase during the last weeks. Case incidence in Liberia remains low. All affected countries still face considerable challenges in order to 'get to zero'.
  • Confirmed cases in Lola district, Guinea led to concerns and an assessment of preparedness in the western areas of Côte d'Ivoire.
  • The EU Ebola Coordinator is hosting a High Level Conference on 3 March in Brussels. The focus of the conference is on ‘getting to zero’, bringing in recovery actions and also includes a medical health part.
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ECHO Daily Map of 23 February 2015

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Dominican Republic - Floods (ECHO, National Emergency Commission)
  • Heavy rains and floods over the past few days have affected in particular the northern region of the Dominican Republic. Red alert is maintained in the provinces of Espaillat, Puerto Plata and Maria Trinidad Sanchez.
  • As a result of the floods, one person has been killed. 15 475 people have been displaced and are accommodated with host families. 3 979 houses have been damaged, and 30 communities remain isolated. A response has been provided by the National Emergency Commission.
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ECHO Daily Map of 20 February 2015

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Peru - Severe weather - UPDATE
  • On 15 February, heavy rainfall caused floods in the Department of Arequipa, affecting the districts of Mariano Melgar, Cerro Colorado, Miraflores, Paucarpata and Tiabaya.
  • As of 17 February, the National Institute of Civil Defense Peru (INDECI) reports 198 families affected, seven houses were destroyed and another 198 damaged.
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ECHO Daily Map of 19 February 2015

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Australia - Tropical Cyclone MARCIA - UPDATE
  • On 19 February, 0.00 UTC, Tropical Cyclone MARCIA (THIRTEEN) had maximum sustained wind speed of 93 km/h, and its centre was located over water, approximately 320 km north-east of Mackay, and 845 km north-east from Brisbane, Queensland.
  • Heavy rain has already started affecting the coastal area of Queensland, with approx 56 mm in Hamilton Island in 24 h over 18-19 February.
  • In the next 24 h it is forecast to intensify, continue moving south-west towards the Queensland coast in the Great Barrier Reef area, expected to make landfall between St.Lawrence and Gladstone in the evening on 19 February (UTC).
  • As of 19 February morning, the Australian Bureau of Meteorology issued a Tropical Cyclone Warning from Bowen to Double Island Point extending inland, and a Tropical Cyclone Watch between Bundaberg and Double Island Point, and nearby inland areas.
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