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Drought-Related Malnutrition Kills at Least 500 in Somalia
According to the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF), at least 500 children have died of malnutrition this year as Somalia is working on a record drought. UNICEF Somalia states that the death toll is only "the tip of the iceberg" as many deaths have not been reported. UNICEF Somali spokesman Victor Chinyama told VOA that drought has had the worst impact on children and 400,000 people are at risk of severe acute malnutrition. Chinyama added that if these children could not be contacted immediately with emergency assistance, they would be at risk of dying. So far, we have registered about 500 deaths of children hospitalized for severe acute malnutrition. This is just the tip of the iceberg, knowing that there are more children with no registered deaths. These children have died at home and on the road for help, "he said. "At this point, we need urgent help," said Chinyama. He said UNICEF Somalia requested US $ 112 million in emergency assistance this year, but received only about half. The Horn of Africa will exacerbate the worst drought in 40 years as the region faces the fifth consecutive rainy season. 4,444 officials in the town of Doolow on the border between Somalia and Ethiopia and Kenya say they are still accepting about 10,000 people evacuated by the last drought of 2011. Mayor Mohamed Hussein Abdi, who visited a camp for internally displaced persons in Doolow on Sunday, told VOA that he is taking care of about 3,000 displaced persons from the current drought. According to Abdi, 4,444 Somali people arrive daily for food, water and shelter. Doolow is a hub of UN and international organizations. Doolow is a border area. And that, as you know, led to the large number of internally displaced persons coming here ... seeking help from UN agencies and the government, "he said. Somali President Hassan Sheikh Mohammed, elected in May , appointed Abdihakem Abdihakem Warsame, a special envoy for drought control, in the same month. Warsame is tasked with increasing assistance to the most needy people in Somalia. Warsame visited Doolow in June and told VOA that authorities would do anything to avoid famine. Therefore, we call on the international community and international donors to pay attention to the drought in Somalia and increase humanitarian aid. Also, my government will do everything possible to promote and support those affected by the drought. " The United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (UNOCHA) said it has provided life-saving assistance to about 4 million Somali people since January. ... Read more (Ventusky)
Thousands more escape as Sydney floods track north
Thousands of people on the east coast of Australia fled their homes on Wednesday. After the floods in Sydney, heavy rains moved north, sinking communities, roads and bridges into muddy brown water. New South Wales authorities have issued a new flood warning north of Australia's largest city, with some parts of Sydney rising in rain-swollen rivers despite reduced rainfall in the city. I warned that it was still dangerous. "This event isn't over yet," said state Prime Minister Dominic Perrottet. Since the flood began on the weekend, 4,444 paramedics have issued more than 100 evacuation orders. A total of 85,000 people were told to leave home immediately or prepare to leave home immediately so that they would not be left behind by the ebb and flow of the tide. At the western end of Sydney, rivers burst embankments, large areas turned into lakes, and muddy brown water invaded homes, blocking roads and bridges. Prime Minister Anthony Albanese visited the disaster area on Wednesday and vowed to seek a "long-term solution" after multiple flood disasters on Australia's east coast over the past 18 months. Albanese said "Australia has always been affected by floods and wildfires," but scientists warned that climate change would make such events more frequent and intense. "Unfortunately, this is the game we are watching," he said. There were 21 flood rescue workers overnight throughout New South Wales, with more than 1,000 rescue workers on Wednesday. The federal government has declared natural disasters in 23 flood areas of the state and paid subsidies to affected residents. Many affected people experienced a series of floods on the east coast. It struck in 2021 and more than 20 people were killed in March this year. The Bureau of Meteorology said the meteorological system is expected to leave the coast later this week. Andrew Hall, Chief Executive Officer of the Australian Insurance Council, said he hopes the Sydney floods will be declared a "disaster" by the insurance industry. He said more claims were expected as there were 2,700 claims in Sydney alone as of Tuesday and people were allowed to return home. ... Read more (Ventusky)
Global environmental disasters in June 2022
In June 2022, the world was hit by heavy rains and floods in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Pakistan and China, deadly landslides in Bangladesh and India, wildfires in Afghanistan and Turkiye, and sandstorms in the United States, Spain and Iraq. Below is a timeline compiled by Anadolu Agency.
-Hurricane It is estimated that at least 11 people have died and 33 are missing in southern Oaxaca after the attack on Mexico.
-A wildfire in the forests of eastern Afghanistan raged on the fourth day as authorities said strong winds were hindering firefighting.
-Landslides and floods from heavy rains in northeastern Brazil have killed at least 106 people.
-Landslides and floods from heavy rains in northeastern Brazil have killed at least 126 people since May 25.
-A large fire broke out in a highland forest in northwestern Pakistan, killing at least four people.
-Spain's first official heat wave of the year is intensifying, meteorologists warned on Friday.
-Iraq temporarily suspended flights from Baghdad Airport due to a new sandstorm.
-More than 120 schools in the Extremadura region of Spain have very high temperatures that allow students to go home.
-Climate change extreme weather events broke out across the United States this week, causing excessive heat, floods and fires in different parts of the country.
-At least 30 families in Bosnia and Herzegovina have lost their homes in the floods.
-Heavy rains and landslides have killed a total of 80 people and left 10 missing in Colombia since early March.
-High temperature and humidity killed at least 2,000 cattle in Kansas.
-Spanish firefighters are scrambling to bring more than 12 wildfires under control as heat waves continue to hit most of the country.
-Today is the seventh day of Spain's unusually intense early summer heat wave, and the relentless heat is only exacerbated in many of the countries where more than 33 million people live- About 70% of the population--Recently dealt with extreme heat.
-Heavy rains in northeastern Pakistan have destroyed the roofs of homes, killing at least five people and injuring several.
-At least four people were killed and several were injured in separate landslides in the hills of Chatigram, a southern port town in Bangladesh.
-At least seven people were killed in the rain before the monsoon, most of Pakistan was flooded, flash floods washed away some bridges and roads, and submerged farmland.
-Wildfires in Zamora, Spain, occupy at least 25,000 hectares (61,776 acres) and have become one of the largest wildfires in the country in decades.
-Bangladesh floods are exacerbated by heavy rains and floods from the upper hills of India, affecting millions of people.
-Floods and landslides in Assam, northeastern India, have killed another nine people in the last 24 hours.
-The eighth and last body of a group of miners reported missing after heavy rains in April was found, ending a search at the zinc mine for more than two months. did.
Heavy rains flood most of Bangladesh's lowlands, killing at least 42 people, spreading water-borne diseases in the affected areas, and demanding food and drinking water. Increased.
-Firefighters and other personnel intervened on land and in the air to control a wildfire that broke out all night in the forests of southern Turkey.
-According to the National Observatory of Athens, Greece was hit by the first heat wave of the season this week at temperatures above 40 degrees Celsius (104 degrees Fahrenheit).
-Monsoon floods and surges in upstream water from India have killed at least 68 people in Bangladesh amid rising water-borne diseases and food and drinking water crises.
-Flood deaths in Assam, northeastern India, have increased by 10 in the last 24 hours.
-The normal life of thousands of people across 12 regions of China is severely disrupted by torrential rains in China.
-At least 19 people died after a house in Mumbai, India's financial capital, collapsed in heavy rain.
-Eight people have died and more than 50 are missing after a major landslide in Manipur, northeastern India.
-A devastating monsoon flood in the northeastern Sylhet region of Bangladesh has displaced about 3 million people and killed 92, but the situation remains volatile. ... Read more (Ventusky)
Landslide Kills 1, At Least 4 Feared Washed Away In Cloudburst In Kullu
Four to six people went missing after a cloud burst in the village of Chojh in Hallal Panchayat around 6 am, SDRF officials said. At least five cows were also washed away by flash floods. At least four people were washed away by flash floods caused by heavy rains in Kuru, Himachal Pradesh, while a landslide on the outskirts of Shimla on Wednesday killed a woman and seriously injured two others. The Shimura District Emergency Operations Center (DEOC) said the incident took place in Dali. The injured were hospitalized here. The rescue team was in a hurry, but was stuck on the way due to a landslide, a senior state disaster management official said. Around 6 am, four to six people went missing after a downpour in the village of Chojh in Hallal Panchayat. At least five cows were also flash flooded, he added, citing information from the Kuru District Emergency Response Center. ... Read more (Ventusky)
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