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The VirtualOSOCC is a web-based tool to facilitate information exchange and coordination of bilateral assistance in the early disaster phase.

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Tropical Cyclone Haiyan (Philippines)

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TC-2012-000020-MDG - Madagascar Cyclone Giovanna

Situation overview (last update: 19-Feb-2012 09:43 by Albrecht Beck (OCHA))
Madagascar Cyclone Giovanna
Source: OCHA
Provider: OCHA
Update 19-Feb:
The two joint assessments teams are back to the capital and are processing information
collected in cyclone-affected areas.
? Delivery of humanitarian assistance is ongoing in the severely affected areas, namely in the

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EQ-2011-000162-TUR - Earthquake in the Van Province, Turkey

Baseline information
Country information
Earthquake in the Van Province, Turkey info on Van
Additional information (last update: 28-Oct-2011 16:58 by Nihan Erdogan (OCHA))
Republic of Turkey Prime Ministry Disaster and Emergency Management Presidency,
Turkish Red Crescent Society,

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FL-2011-000135-THA - Southeast Asia: Flooding


Additional information (last update: 13-Oct-2011 18:24 by annette rolfe)

Thailand: According to the Royal Thai Government (RTG), 269 people have died and 2.34 million are affected in 30 provinces across the country. To date, 30 affected provinces have been declared “disaster areas”. Twelve provinces, including Bangkok, are on high alert for heavy rain and overflowing rivers. Flood has caused damages to rice plantations, farmland, and millions of livestock; sixty main highways in 17 provinces and 154 roads in 28 provinces are impassable.

Vietnam: As of 10 October, about 57,600 houses have been flooded and nearly 1,900 households evacuated in seven affected provinces, with An Giang and Dong Thap remaining the worst affected (see map). About 234,000 students cannot go to schools which are either flooded or damaged. A total of 23,922 hectares of rice paddy are flooded and 6,553 hectares totally destroyed. Over 660 hectares of fish farming ponds and nearly 800 km of roads have been flooded. Flood water is expected to remain at high levels until mid-October.

Cambodia: The latest government figures on affected populations and estimated damages are still coming in with the toll rising fast. The estimated number of affected people is over 200,000 and the number of evacuated needing shelter and immediate assistance is approximately 35,000 HHs. The worst affected areas have shifted to provinces downstream including Prey Veng, Kandal, and Kratie (see attached map). In Kratie, 22 deaths were reported last week alone.

Laos: The flooding and landslides triggered by Tropical Storms Haima, Nok Ten, and heavy monsoon rains destroyed over 64,000 hectares of farmland, 323 roads and 42 bridges and caused damages to schools, hospitals, tourist sites, electricity and water installations in 96 districts of 12 provinces. Champasack has also been affected by the overflow of the Mekong River.

Philippines: According to the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC) in the Philippines, over 4 million people have been affected by typhoon Nesat and Nalgae, with over 727,000 people requiring assistance. An estimated US$286 million worth of agriculture and infrastructure have been damaged. Joint Government/HCT assessments in the worst affected and densely populated southern provinces of Bulacan and Pampanga have identified water, sanitation and hygiene and health as the most urgent needs.

Telecoms and ICT:
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Southeast Asia: Flooding
Southeast Asia: Flooding Cambodia Flood Sitrep No 4, 19 Oct 11.doc
Southeast Asia: Flooding Viet Nam Mekong and Central region Floods Sitrep No10 20Oct 2011.pdf


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