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ECHO Daily Map of 20 April 2018

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ECHO Daily Map of 19 April 2018

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ECHO Daily Map of 18 April 2018

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ECHO Daily Map of 17 April 2018

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ECHO Daily Map of 16 April 2018

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ECHO Daily Map of 13 April 2018

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ECHO Daily Map of 12 April 2018

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ECHO Daily Map of 11 April 2018

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ECHO Daily Map of 10 April 2018

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Papua New Guinea - Earthquake
  • Following the 7.5 M earthquake that hit Hela province on 26 February, an aftershock of 6.3 M and a depth of 10 km occurred on the Western Province on 7 April at 5.48 UTC. The epicentre was located 32 km south-west of Koroba city (Hela Province). USGS PAGER indicated a shaking up to "strong" for 17 000 people and up to "moderate" for 194 000 people.
  • According to media, as of 9 April, four people were killed in the Hela Province. In addition, several buildings were damaged as well as the Tari Hospital (capital of the Hela Province).
  • Papua New guinea was recently hit by a major earthquake of 7.5 M on 26 February in the Southern Highland Province, with a death toll of at least 100 people. Media report that several shelters built for the previous earthquake were damaged by the 7 April earthquake.
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ECHO Daily Map of 9 April 2018

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Fiji, Tonga, Vanuatu - Tropical Cyclone KENI
  • Tropical Cyclone KENI formed over the South West Pacific Ocean close to Vanuatu and started moving south-east on 8 April. On 9 April at 0.00 UTC, it had maximum sustained winds of 74 km/h (tropical storm).
  • Over the next 48 hours, it is forecast to strengthen and keep heading southeast, possibly passing south-west of Viti Levu Island (Fiji) on 10 April early morning UTC and south-west of Tonga in the evening. Heavy rain with local thunderstorms and strong winds may occur over several areas of Vanuatu and Fiji. 
  • The Fiji Meteorological Service reports that a storm warning is in effect for the southwest of Viti Levu, Vatulele and Kadavu, and a gale warning is in force for the rest of Viti Levu, Yasawa and Mamanuca group, Lomaiviti group, Moala, Totoya, Matuku and Ono-i-lau. A strong wind warning and a heavy rain warning remain in force for the whole Fiji as well as a flood warning is in effect for lying areas, small streams and areas adjacent to the downstream in Viti Levu.
  • Local media reported, as of 9 April, that over 260 people have been evacuated in Yasawa and Koro Islands (Fiji). Nine evacuation centers remain open in Labasa city (Vanua Levu island, Fiji).
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