Forest Fire (9105 ha) in Bolivia 10 Nov 2023

Event summary

This forest fire can have a low humanitarian impact based on the and the affected population and their vulnerability.

GDACS ID WF 1018618
Countries: Bolivia
Start Date - Last detection*: 10 Nov 2023 - 20 Nov 2023
Duration (days): 10
People affected: 4 in the burned area
Burned area: 9105 ha
More Info: Global Wildfire Information System

*(Last detection of the thermal anomaly of the fire)


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Bolivia fights forest fires – helped by the EU2023-11-29T16:59+0100.

The worst forest fires in the country since 2019. This is how experts describe the fires raging in the eastern and northern parts of the Amazon in Bolivia. The smoke from the fires is affecting the air quality in the cities of Santa Cruz an
Indigenous people fight forest fires: "We basically have nothing"2023-11-29T13:30+0100.

Large forest fires are raging in northwestern Bolivia and are described by experts as the worst in the country since the extensive fires in 2019. During the year, a total of three million hectares have burned and the country's president, Lu
Bolivia: France participates in the fight against forest fires2023-11-28T03:20+0100.

France expresses its full solidarity with the Bolivian people and authorities in the face of the ongoing forest fires that began several weeks ago, especially in the Amazon, and stands with them in the fight against these wildfires. A few d
Tra i solchi della siccità2023-11-27T15:48+0100.

Centimetro dopo centimetro. Manuel Flores è quasi incredulo nel camminare sui fondali aridi del lago Titicaca, il più grande specchio d’acqua dolce del Sud America e il più alto navigabile al mondo, a quasi 4.000 metri sul livello del mare:

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