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FL-2019-000167-BDI Flood Burundi In the night of 4 to 5 December, 26 people died and over 500 people were affected by torrential rains and landslides which caused devastation in the northwestern provinces of Cibitoke, Bubanza, and the northeastern province of Cankuzo. The death toll and number of people displaced is expected to rise in the days ahead as further information is received and verified from affected areas.  
TC-2019-000166-COM Tropical Cyclone Comoros On December 5, 2019, a Cyclone Belna formed in the south eastern Indian Ocean.The current trajectory threatens both the island of Anjouan and Moheli in the Union of Comoros 
TC-2019-000165-SOM Tropical Cyclone Somalia The Tropical Storm (TS) initially named SIX that developed in the northern Indian Ocean has now been assigned the name PAWAN after sustaining a speed of more than 39 miles per hour for two days. The probability of the TS landing in the coastal areas of Puntland has increased from (10% TO 35%) over the last two days and is expected to make a land fall in Nugaal region in the next 24 hours.The influence of PAWAN may start being felt in the coastal areas of Bari, Mudug and Sanaag regions in the next 12 hours where moderate to heavy rains and strong winds are expected. The rains will then spread further inland to many areas within Somaliland, Puntland and central regions on 07 and 08 December 2019.  
TC-2019-000164-MDG Tropical Cyclone Madagascar The low-pressure system located north of Madagascar has intensified into Severe Tropical Storm Belna. The trajectory of the storm has shifted further south than previously anticipated. According to different projections, the system is expected to brush the extreme west of the country around 9 or 10 December at a maximum wind speed of 167 km/h. This is a very isolated area, with no commercial flights and is challenging to access by road during the rainy season. Five districts in Madagascar? Boeny, Diana, Melaky, Sava and Sofia ?have been placed on warning (green alert) by Meteo Madagascar.  
FL-2019-000163-UGA Flood Uganda In Uganda, 3 deaths were reported in Kasese District (Western Region). Around 950 households were affected, approximately 100 homes destroyed and several others damaged in eastern and western regions due to the Manafwa River overflow . 
FL-2019-000162-MYS Flood Malaysia Heavy rains continue in Malaysia since the seasonal rains began to make its mark in the northern states of the western peninsula from the end of November 2019. Significant heavy rains from 26th of November have caused flooding in four states in Peninsular Malaysia, namely, Johor, Kelantan, Pahang and Terengganu. The floods have temporarily displaced about 15,000 people primarly in Kelantan and Terengganu. The situation following the weekend (30th November) saw water level increasing in several affected districts in this both states.The Pasir Mas district in Kelantan was the worst affected district with almost 2000 families were evacuated to evacuation centers. The district remains to be accessible only to watercrafts. The Malaysian National Security Council (NSC), the National Agency for Disaster Administration and the District Offices in the respective affected areas are coordinating the evacuation activities with the support of the Bomba and JPAM. 
FF-2019-000161-DJI Flash Flood Djibouti Reports indicate that between 21 and 24 November, almost 300mm of rain were recorded in Djibouti city alone, or over three times the annual average. Initial estimates indicated that over 30,000 to 40,000 families (150,000-250,000 people) have been somewhat affected by the floods 
FL-2019-000160-COG Flood Congo, Republic On 3 October, heavy rains resulted in floods in the department of Likouala. As a result of the floods, homes and public infrastructures (schools, health centres, water points, latrines, etc.) have been destroyed leaving the affected population in precarious living conditions and with limited access to health care. Furthermore, the floods have caused significant damage to the agricultural and farming sectors thus pausing a threat to food security. As of 4 November 2019, 17 353 people were affected and 3 913 homes were destroyed. The villages of Liboko, Eboko and Ikpembele were the most affected. Some of the displaced people have moved towards the Democratic Republic of the Congo. (WHO, 24 Nov 2019) 
TC-2019-000159-PHL Tropical Cyclone Philippines According to the Philippines Atmospheric Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA) as of 11:00 on 28 November 2019, Tropical Storm (TS) TISOY is approximately 1,430km east of the Visaya group of islands, moving slowly at around 10kph west northwest. PAGASA reports that Tisoy currently has maximum sustained winds of 120kph near the centre and gustiness of up to 150kph. On entering the Philippine Area of Responsibility between 1 and 2 December 2019 it will be locally named ?KAMMURI?. PAGASA said steady intensification is likely. Longer range models predict it could intensive to a Category 4 typhoon. Tisoy is expected to make landfall over Camarines Sur or Catanduanes provinces. It is possible that the TS will then make multiple landfalls as it traverses across the outlying islands which form Luzon. TS Tisoy will be the Philippines 20th tropical cyclone in 2019. 
EQ-2019-000158-BIH Earthquake Bosnia-Herzegovina Medium humanitarian impact, magnitude 5.4M 
EQ-2019-000157-ALB Earthquake Albania Medium humanitarian impact, magnitude 6.4M tsunami generates 0.12m 
FL-2019-000156-DJI Flood Djibouti Since 21 November, Djibouti has experienced heavy rains which triggered flash floods across the country. In Djibouti city alone, initial estimates indicate that over 30,000-40,000 families (150,000-250,000 people) have been somewhat affected by the floods, and 9 people (7 children) have reportedly been killed. 
EP-2019-000155-SDN Epidemic Sudan On 10 October 2019, the Sudan International Health Regulations (IHR) National Focal Point (NFP) notified WHO of 99 suspected cases of dengue fever in Kassala State. The first reported case presented to the health facilities on 8 August 2019...From 8 August through 4 November 2019, a total of 1,197 suspected cases of dengue fever including five deaths have been reported from seven states: Kassala (1,111 cases; 3 deaths), West Darfur (43 cases; 1 death), North Darfur (29 cases; 1 death), Red Sea (9 cases; 0 deaths), South Darfur (3 cases; 0 deaths), Gadarif (1 case; 0 deaths) and North Kordofan (1 case; 0 deaths)...The current dengue fever outbreak is coinciding with other ongoing outbreaks of chikungunya, rift valley fever, malaria, and cholera. Control and response capacities of the public health sector is limited; years of political and civil conflicts have reduced the country capacity to control and prevent outbreaks...The high likelihood of co-infection with chikungunya and/or malaria complicates case management and may result in poor prognosis.  
OT-2019-000154-BOL Other Bolivia On November 10, the President of the Republic of Bolivia resigned from the executive, after a series of events, demonstrations, and protests triggered by the election process held on October 20, where a delegation of the Organization of American States that monitored and audited the elections in Bolivia reported irregularities during the process. This situation has triggered a series of blockades, paralyses, looting at the national level promoted by the civilian population linked to the political parties of the election process, generating confrontations with the forces of public order. According to the Inter-American Confederation of Human Rights and the Ombudsman's Office of Bolivia, 23 people died during the period of demonstrations and protests, 715 were injured, of whom 631 were men and 84 women, 659 were wounded by civilians and 56 by the police, in addition to 1,112 detainees, of whom 50 are still being detained. The Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights has expressed concern about the unnecessary and disproportionate use of force and repression.  
FL-2019-000153-COD Flood Congo Democratic Republic Several regions have been affected by flooding, following intense rain since mid October. The worst hit areas are Zongo and Libenge towns (Sud-Ubangi Province, north-western DRC), where the river Ubangui breached its banks and flood waters have yet to recede. One person died in Zongo and 36,800 people are homeless. In Sud-Ubangi province, media report 14,200 houses damaged, 12 schools, 21 bridges, 48 public buildings and wide areas of crops. (ECHO, 11 Nov 2019) 
EQ-2019-000152-PHL Earthquake Philippines Medium humanitarian impact, magnitude 5.9M 
CE-2019-000151-BFA Complex Emergency Burkina Faso Escalating violence and insecurity have sparked an unprecedented humanitarian crisis in parts of Burkina Faso, Mali and western Niger. In one year, the number of internally displaced people across the region has increased five-fold. The crisis is affecting extremely vulnerable families, compounding the impact of food insecurity, malnutrition and epidemics. Around 1.8 million people are currently food insecure. Armed attacks, which reached a new peak in May, are directly targeting schools and forcing health centres to close, jeopardising the future of thousands of children and depriving violence-affected communities of critical services. The Humanitarian Response Plan of Burkina Faso had been revised in July to reflect the rapid deterioration of the situation. In 2019, 5.4 million people in the affected regions need urgent assistance, including 3.2 million in Mali, 1.5 million in Burkina Faso, and 700,000 people in western Niger. In support of national and local authorities, humanitarian partners are stepping up operations to save lives and alleviate human suffering. Some US$689 million are required to assist 4.1 million people in the three countries. As of August, only a third of the funds had been received. Beyond immediate humanitarian action, a coordinated approach integrating cross-border dynamics is required to reverse the spread of conflict and bring meaningful improvement in the lives of millions of affected people. (https://www.humanitarianresponse.info/en/operations/west-and-central-africa/infographic/burkina-faso-mali-and-western-niger-humanitarian) 
EP-2019-000150-SDN Epidemic Sudan On 10 October 2019, the National IHR Focal Point for Sudan notified WHO of 47 suspected cases of Rift Valley Fever (RVF), including two deaths in Arb'aat Area, Towashan Village, in El Qaneb locality, Red Sea State...On 13 October 2019, a total of 10 suspected RVF cases were recorded in Barbar and Abu Hamed localities, of River Nile State. Of the 10 suspected RVF cases, five samples were tested and four were found positive for RVF. From 19 September 2019 until 11 November 2019, a total of 293 suspected human RVF cases, including 11 associated deaths have been reported from six states; including the Red Sea (120), River Nile (168), Kassala (2), White Nile (1), Khartoum (1), and Al Qadarif (1) States 
IN-2019-000149-ETH Insect Infestation Ethiopia A Desert Locust infestation has been ravaging crop and pasture-land, as well as trees and other vegetation, since June 2019 in parts of Afar, Amhara, Somali and Tigray regions. The swarms have produced hopper bands that have covered more than 174 square kilometers (in 56 woredas and 1085 kebeles) and are consuming approximately 8,700 metric tons of green vegetation every day. 
EP-2019-000148-COD Epidemic Congo Democratic Republic The DRC's Ministry of Health declared a measles outbreak in the country on 10 June 2019. Between January and August 2019, measles infected more than 145,000 people and killed 2,758 people 
TC-2019-000147-BGD Tropical Cyclone Bangladesh GDACS - High humanitarian impact, max wind speed 167 km/h  
EQ-2019-000146-IRN Earthquake Iran, Islamic Republic Medium humanitarian impact, magnitude 5.9M 
FL-2019-000145-TZA Flood Tanzania From 26th to 28th October, Mara region of Tanzania was highlighted as one of the most affected regions hit by heavy rains which affected the Central and Northern parts of the country 
OT-2019-000144-LBN Other Lebanon On Thursday 17th of October 2019, calls to protest were made on various social networks. The call to protests came as the government discussed hiking taxes and introducing new fees, including a 0.20 levy per day for WhatsApp calls. Protesters quickly responded to the requests and started by blocking major roads and highways in different parts of the country. Later on, activists called protesters to head to Beirut, Tripoli, Tyre and many other areas all over the countries. A huge number of protesters started protesting for 2 weeks in the whole country. 
EQ-2019-000142-PHL Earthquake Philippines Medium humanitarian impact, magnitude 6.5M tsunami generates 0m 
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FL-2019-000075-HUN
Flood,Hungary: Devastating storm cells hit Eastern Hungary on 27th afternoon, leaving 80 settlements affected by damages caused by strong wind and heavy rainfall.

TC-2019-000165-SOM
Tropical Cyclone,Somalia: The Tropical Storm (TS) initially named SIX that developed in the northern Indian Ocean has now been assigned the name PAWAN after sustaining a speed of more than 39 miles per hour for two days. The probability of the TS landing in the coastal areas of Puntland has increased from (10% TO 35%) over the last two days and is expected to make a land fall in Nugaal region in the next 24 hours.The influence of PAWAN may start being felt in the coastal areas of Bari, Mudug and Sanaag regions in the next 12 hours where moderate to heavy rains and strong winds are expected. The rains will then spread further inland to many areas within Somaliland, Puntland and central regions on 07 and 08 December 2019.

TC-2019-000164-MDG
Tropical Cyclone,Madagascar: The low-pressure system located north of Madagascar has intensified into Severe Tropical Storm Belna. The trajectory of the storm has shifted further south than previously anticipated. According to different projections, the system is expected to brush the extreme west of the country around 9 or 10 December at a maximum wind speed of 167 km/h. This is a very isolated area, with no commercial flights and is challenging to access by road during the rainy season. Five districts in Madagascar? Boeny, Diana, Melaky, Sava and Sofia ?have been placed on warning (green alert) by Meteo Madagascar.

FF-2019-000161-DJI
Flash Flood,Djibouti: Reports indicate that between 21 and 24 November, almost 300mm of rain were recorded in Djibouti city alone, or over three times the annual average. Initial estimates indicated that over 30,000 to 40,000 families (150,000-250,000 people) have been somewhat affected by the floods

TC-2019-000166-COM
Tropical Cyclone,Comoros: On December 5, 2019, a Cyclone Belna formed in the south eastern Indian Ocean.The current trajectory threatens both the island of Anjouan and Moheli in the Union of Comoros

FL-2019-000167-BDI
Flood,Burundi: In the night of 4 to 5 December, 26 people died and over 500 people were affected by torrential rains and landslides which caused devastation in the northwestern provinces of Cibitoke, Bubanza, and the northeastern province of Cankuzo. The death toll and number of people displaced is expected to rise in the days ahead as further information is received and verified from affected areas.

TC-2018-000427-FJI
Tropical Cyclone,Fiji: Tropical Disturbance, TD03F was upgraded to a depression on 31th Jan 2018 at 6 AM. Tropical Depression, TD03F center was located near 11 degrees' south latitude and 172 degrees' east longitude or about 470km west-northwest of Rotuma and about 860km northwest of Nadi. TD03F may intensify further into a category 1 tropical cyclone in the next 12 to 18 hours with average winds of 65km/hr and momentary gusts to 90km/hr close to the centre. TD03F is moving southeast at about 25km/hr.