This flood can have a medium humanitarian impact based on the Magnitude and the affected population and their vulnerability.
Updated: this report is based on update number 252.
- Flood Magnitude 5.11
- from 24/06/2012 00:00 UTC to 02/07/2012 23:59 UTC
- 106 killed and 102000 displaced
Known identifiers for this event: FL-2012-000106-BGD (glide)
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As the climate changes, extreme weather isn't that extreme any more | John Vidal
Wed, 04 Jul 2012 17:24:00 +0200
With the US heatwave and Europe's rain, records are tumbling. Formerly rare occurrences are becoming the new normal Britain and northern Europe are dripping their way into what is already being called a "lost summer". We have had our wettest April and June and our coldest spring, and there is no end in sight of the abnormal weather.
People and organisations: John Vidal
Bangladesh flood victims face food, water crises
Mon, 02 Jul 2012 04:07:00 +0200
Thousands of people marooned due to floods in four districts in northern Bangladesh are suffering from shortage of shelter, drinking water and food. The flood situation worsened further in three of t .....
People and organisations: Abdur Razzak
Flood: Lagos urges residents of low-lying area to relocate for two weeks
Mon, 02 Jul 2012 02:33:00 +0200
LAGOSIANS residing in low-lying areas, particularly along lagoons, drainage channels, river courses and wetlands of the state have been advised to relocate upland within the next two weeks, which is the peak period of this year’s rainy season. This is in order to avoid discomfort and loss of lives and property.
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