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2003

ECHO Daily Map of 24 March 2017

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Peru - Heavy rains, floods and landslides
  • The worst floods and mudslides in almost 30 years are continuing to affect the country.  
  • As of 24 March, the death toll has reached 85 people. More than 784 000 people are affected, including over 111 000 homeless and almost 673 000 severely affected. 1 256 schools are severely damaged and 451 have collapsed and are inhabitable; 344 health centres are affected, and 28 have collapsed; 25 298 hectares of crops have been damaged and 11 800 destroyed. A state of emergency has been declared in 12 departments. 
  • There is a risk of rise in diseases transmitted through water, food and vectors in urban suburbs and rural areas. As of 24 March, the Peruvian Red Cross (PRC-IFRC) reported over 349 000 cases of Acute Respiratory Infection, over 223 000 cases of Acute Diarrhoeal Diseases, over 5 200 cases of Dengue and over 1 000 cases of Zika.
  • The Copernicus Emergency Management Service (EMS) was activated on 22 March at 10.08 UTC for many coastal towns including Lima, the capital and Iquitos (Amazon area).
  • Over the next 48 h, moderate to locally heavy rain is forecast to affect the country.
2002

ECHO Daily Map of 23 March 2017

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2001

ECHO Daily Map of 22 March 2017

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2000

ECHO Daily Map of 21 March 2017

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1999

ECHO Daily Map of 20 March 2017

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Peru - Heavy rain, floods and landslides
  • Heavy rain has been affecting the country over the past months, causing floods and landslides.
  • More than 70 people have been killed in Peru after the worst flooding in two decades. Thousands of people have been made homeless and a state of emergency declared in more than 800 cities.
  • Over the next 24 h, heavy rain may still affect several areas of the country, especially central, western and north-western areas.
1998

ECHO Daily Map of 17 March 2017

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Peru - Severe weather UPDATE
  • Heavy rain has been affecting several areas of the country over the past three days, causing floods.
  • According to local media, as of 17 March at 7.00 UTC, 12 people have died in the region of Lima due to floods and landslides. They also reported that the death toll has reached 62 people since December 2016 and that over 12 000 houses have been damaged.
  • Over the next 24 h, moderate with locally heavy rain may affect most of the country.
1997

ECHO Daily Map of 16 March 2017

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USA - Snow storm
  • Snow storm and very low temperatures have been affecting the Midwest and north-eastern states over the past few days, causing casualties.
  • Local media reported, as of 16 March, that at least five people have died in Wisconsin State due to low temperatures.
  • Over the next 24 h, heavy rain, thunderstorms, and snow storm are forecast. The National Weather Service, as of 16 March, has issued a Freeze Warning for the southern states of the country.
1995

ECHO Daily Map of 15 March 2017

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1993

ECHO Daily Map of 14 March 2017

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1991

ECHO Daily Map of 13 March 2017

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Madagascar - Tropical Cyclone ENAWO
  • According to the situational report of 11 March from the Bureau National de Gestion des Risques et des Catastrophes (BNGRC) of Madagascar the national authorities have dropped the alert level for Grand Tana from red to yellow.
  • The report also indicates, as of 11 March 15.00 p.m. local time: 50 fatalities, 20 persons missing, 183 injured and 110 693 persons displaced.
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