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4715

ECHO Daily Map of 01 December 2023

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Somalia - Floods, update
  • Heavy rainfall continues to affect most of Somalia and the wider Horn of Africa region since the beginning of the Deyr rainy season that lasts from early October to December, causing rivers to overflow, floods and flash floods that have resulted in increased casualties and widespread damage.
  • As of 29 November, according to UN OCHA, at least 2 million people have been affected, 746,000 have been displaced, 125,600 have relocated, and 96 died. 34 districts have been affected and at least 4,700 houses have been destroyed.
  • The most affected area is the south-west of the country, with the worst hit regions being Bay (495,600), Gedo (354,900), Middle Juba (280,000), Hiraan (267,000), Mudug (213,300), Lower Juba (199,000), and Middle Shabelle (103,500).
  • 145 organizations are responding to the urgent needs of flood-affected people, the majority being NGOs. The response includes WASH, shelter and non food items (NFIs), CASH, food assistance, protection, nutrition, camp coordination and camp management (CCCM), health and education.
  • Over the next 48 hours, more heavy rainfall is forecast over south-western Somalia.
4714

ECHO Daily Map of 30 November 2023

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4713

ECHO Daily Map of 29 November 2023

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4709

ECHO Daily Map of 28 November 2023

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4707

ECHO Daily Map of 27 November 2023

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Iceland - Volcanic unrest, update
  • On 20 November, over 700 earthquakes were detected in the region of the magma intrusion in the Reykjanes Peninsula (south-western Iceland). The highest earthquake of 2.7 M was recorded near Hagafell. In recent days, between 1,500 and 1,800 daily earthquakes have been registered in the area.
  • Crustal uplift in the Svartsengi Region, due to the magma intrusion is still ongoing.
  • In regard to the current increased seismic activity in the Reykjanes peninsula, Iceland activated the Union Civil Protection Mechanism (UCPM) on 20 November to request technical expertise to support preparation and response to the ongoing activities.
  • The Icelandic Meteorological Office, in close cooperation with experts from the University of Iceland, will continue to monitor the area closely.
4706

ECHO Daily Map of 24 November 2023

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4705

ECHO Daily Map of 23 November 2023

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4703

ECHO Daily Map of 22 November 2023

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France - Floods and landslides
  • Heavy rainfall has been affecting south-eastern France, in particular Haute-Savoie Department and Savoie Department, Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes Region, bordering with Switzerland and Italy over the last 48 hours, causing floods, rivers overflow and landslides that have resulted in evacuations and damage.
  • Media report, as of 17 November, several evacuated persons from the Notre-Dame-des-Millières Municipality and the Esserts-Blay Municipality, Savoie Department. In addition, 110  people had been rescued, five bridges and several roads have been closed across both the aforementioned Departments.
  • Over the next 48 hours, drier conditions are expected over western France.
4702

ECHO Daily Map of 21 November 2023

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Philippines – Earthquake, update
  • After the recent 6.7 M earthquake, that occurred on 17 November and affected southern Mindanao, the number of casualties and damage is increasing.
  • The ASEAN Disaster Information Network (ADINet) reports, as of 20 November,  nine fatalities, 15 injured and more than 12,885 affected people across Davao Occidental in Region XI, southern Mindanao. In addition, at least 826 houses, 118 infrastructure, 16 roads and five bridges have been damaged. Moreover, at least 21 municipalities was affected by power interruptions, that have been restores, and an earthquake-induced landslide has been reported in Region XI. Schools and working activities are still closed in 14 municipalities.
  • According to media, as of 20 November, search and rescue operations are completed. 
4701

ECHO Daily Map of 20 November 2023

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