The European Union has said that it will give €1.6 million to help the flood victims in South Asia on humanitarian grounds. The severe floods in India, Nepal, and Bangladesh have caused great devastation. Millions of people were affected due to floods in the area, and villages have been inundated.
According to South Korea’s Central Disaster and Safety and Countermeasure Headquarters and the Ministry of Public Administration and Security on the 9th, the number of deaths due to torrential downpours from the rainy season, from June 24th to Sunday has been counted as 38.
At least 17 people died due to landslides in Rajmala, in the Idukki district of Kerala. So far 10 people have been saved. More than 80 people are feared trapped. This area is 25 km from the tourist destination Munnar. The place where the landslide occurred was the colony of laborers working in the tea plantation.
More than 20 people have been killed in some worst the worst flooding to hit Egypt in decades, the country’s prime minister said in a statement on Friday. The North African country has been battered by heavy rains and strong winds that began in the earlier hours of Thursday and continued on Friday.
At least 31 people have been killed by floods and landslides after a week of heavy rains in the north-west side of Madagascar. According to the country’s National Disaster Management office, twenty people are missing on the popular tourist island as flooding intensified in the Districts of Mitsinjo and Maevatanana.
Mudslides that were caused by heavy rains have killed at least 29 people in western Kenya, the nation’s interior minister said Saturday. A previous record of local officials reported at least twelve dead. “We are saddened to confirm that 12 people from Tapach and Parua in Pokot South, and 17 from Tamkal in Pokot Central lost their lives,” Kenyan Interior Minister Fred Matiang’i said in a statement.