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79 Died in Philippines

Philippines, 8 Oct 2018 – 79 people died in Itogon, Benguet due to landslides and at least two people are still missing as a result of Typhoon Mangkhut that hit the region in the last 12th September.   Nearly 3 million people which equal to 719,565 families were affected by the Typhoon deemed to be

Sulawesi Hit by Tsunami

Sulawesi, 1 Oktober 2018 – More than 1200 have been reported dead after a tsunami triggered by a magnitude 7.5 earthquake in Palu and Donggala District, Sulawesi Tengah, Indonesia on September 28th.   The number of deaths is expected to increase as new information may be available as one of the two most affected districts

Cyclone Hit India

Odisha, 24 Sep 2018 – Heavy rainfalls with thunderstorms triggered as Cyclone Daye made a landfall across several districts of Odisha last Thursday.   Red alert has been issued in nine districts of India including Gajapati, Ganjam, Puri, Rayagada, Kalahandi, Kandhamal, Koraput, Malkangiri, and Nabarangpur.   Current reports claimed that Malkangiri is the worst affected

Mangkhut Typhoon Hit Philippines

Philippines, 18 Sept 2018 – 81 have been reportedly died in Philippines as Mangkhut Typhoon hit the country in the last few days.   National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC) claimed that over 1 million families have been affected by the typhoon.   The typhoon which has maximum winds of up to 205

483 Died in India

Kerala, 6 Sept 2018 – 483 people died due to heavy floods that hit the state of Kerala and a total number of 223,139 people are taking shelter at 1,500 relief camps.   The water levels are receding gradually, however, it may take the water to drain out completely given the volume of inundation.  

Over 400 Died in India

Kerala, 20 Aug 2018 – Over 400 people died, and more than 724,649 people have been evacuated to 5,645 relief camps due to heavy rainfall that caused massive floods in the area.   Heavy rain and strong winds are predicted to prolong for at least the next two days, although the Indian Meteorological Department has