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ECHO Daily Map of 09 August 2022

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ECHO Daily Map of 08 August 2022

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Philippines - Earthquake - update
  • Following the 7.0 magnitude earthquake on 27 July 2022, the affected population continues to rise. The Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology recorded 3,213 aftershocks thus far and warned that aftershocks may occur for several days or even up to months. As of 8 August 2022, 502,462 people are reported as affected and 53,338 persons are displaced according to the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC).
  • A total of 29 cities and/or municipalities were declared under the State of Calamity. So far, 35,327 houses and 1,519 public facilities and structures have been damaged. Some areas still remain inaccessible.
4162

ECHO Daily Map of 05 August 2022

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4161

ECHO Daily Map of 04 August 2022

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ECHO Daily Map of 03 August 2022

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Czechia, Germany - Forest fires update
  • Fire fighting operations continue due to a forest fire that is burning in the Bohemian Switzerland National Park (northern Czechia) and in the Saxony Switzerland National Park (central-eastern Germany).
  • According to the Czech Fire Rescue Service (HZSCR), ten people sustained injuries on 31 July during operations, increasing the total number of injured people to 49. The affected area is approximately 1,060 ha on the Czech side and 150 ha on the German side.  
  • In Czechia, 750 firefighters plus six helicopters (two of which are from Slovakia through the EU's Civil Protection Mechanism) and five fire-fighting aircraft (two of which are from the rescEU reserve in Sweden) and 10 German helicopters (in the border area) were deployed. Residents can return to the Vysoká Lípa area. Other locations, including the Municipalities of Hrensko, Janov, Mezná, and Mezní Louka remain inaccessible.
  • The EU's Copernicus Emergency Mapping Service (EMSR610) has produced three mpas of the area affected by the fire.
  • According to the European Forest Fire Information System (EFFIS), the fire risk is expected to be from very low to low on 1 and 2 August over northern Czechia and central-eastern Germany. 
4158

ECHO Daily Map of 02 August 2022

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Iran - Floods update
  • Heavy rainfall has been affecting most provinces across the country (24 out 31) since the second half of July, triggering rivers to overflow and causing floods and flash floods that have resulted in casualties and damage. The worst affected provinces are: Tehran, Mazandaran, Lorestan, and Kerman.
  • The media reports, as of 31 July, 69 fatalities, 45 people still missing and more than 6,500 evacuees (over 5,200 of whom are in emergency shelters according to the Iranian Red Crescent). In addition, 20,000 homes have been damaged and tens of thousands of animals and livestock have perished. The Iranian Red Crescent reports to have provided relief services to more than 27,000 flood-affected people across the country.
  • Over the next 24 hours, more rainfall with locally heavy rainfall is forecast over the southern provinces.
4157

ECHO Daily Map of 01 August 2022

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Sudan - Floods
  • On 10 July, flash flood events triggered by heavy rainfall affected an area located south-east of Kassala Town (Kassala State, eastern Sudan), resulting in damage.
  • According to UN OCHA, as of 13 July, 750 people have been affected, at least five tukuls have been destroyed and a number of houses flooded. Since the beginning of the rainy season in June, at least 6 250 people have been affected by heavy rain and floods across the states of South Kordofan, White Nile and Kassala.
  • According to preliminary reports, emergency shelter, non-food relief supplies, and food assistance are the priority needs of the affected families.
  • According to the 2022 Humanitarian Needs Overview (HNO), there are 457 756 residents and refugees in Madinat Kassala locality (which includes Kassala town), of whom 70 772 people need humanitarian assistance.
  • For the next 24 hours, moderate to heavy rainfall is forecast over southern, south-western, eastern and south-eastern Sudan.
4156

ECHO Daily Map of 29 July 2022

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4154

ECHO Daily Map of 28 July 2022

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ECHO Daily Map of 27 July 2022

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Philippines - Earthquake
  • A magnitude 7,0 earthquake hit northern Philippines at 08:43hr (UTC +8) 27 July 2022, severely affecting the provinces of Abra, Benguet, Ilocos Sur, Pangasinan, Mountain Province, Nueva Vizcaya. The epicenter was at 17km depth of focus resulting in a shallow earthquake of intensity 7 (very devastating) and intensity 6 (devastating) in 4 areas and intensity 5 in various localities including some in Metropolitan Manila. Landslides are reported.  At least six national road networks are not passable. Baguio City reports disruption of their water system.
  • Reports from the national police and local government show at least three people dead. At least three major hospitals, Northern Benguet State Hospital, Abra Provincial Hospital, and Baguio General Hospital have reported a number of injured people waiting to be served outside the hospital premises. Displacement has been noted in various localities but still with no official reports. Rescue and retrieval operations are prioritized.
  • DG ECHO Manila and Bangkok offices are monitoring the situation, DG ECHO partners are present on the ground in the affected areas and are providing first-hand localised information.
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