Overall Green alert Flood for Yemen
in Yemen

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Flood Yemen can have a low humanitarian impact based on the magnitude, exposed population and vulnerability.

GDACS ID FL 1101681
Death: 3
Displaced: -
Countries: Yemen
From - To 25 Aug - 18 Sep


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Yemen, Late August to September 2022UNOCHA reported an estimated 231,000 people (33,00 households), were affected by floods in 120 districts of 14 governorates in Yemen between 25 August and 18 September 2022. Three children were swept away by floodwaters and later reported to be dead in Lahj Governorate on 18 September, while another three children were reportedly injured when a school building collapsed following heavy rains in Adh Dhahir District of Sa’dah Governorate on 06 September. Affected governorates and numbers of households affected: 'Amran Governorate (1163), Ad Dali' Governorate (577), Al Bayda' Governorate (182), Al Hudaydah Governorate (1058), Al Mahwit Governorate (566), Dhamar Governorate (826), Hajjah Governorate (4057), Ibb Governorate (362), Ma'rib Governorate (5023), Raymah Governorate (1312), a'dah Governorate (7, Sana'a Governorate (255 +7 in Sana'a city), Shabwah Governorate (34), Ta'izz Governorate (1337).Wed 28 Sep 2022FloodList provided by Copernicus GloFAS
Detailed event map. European Union, 2022. Map produced by EC-JRC.
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