|Bangladesh : Tropical Cyclone : 2007/11/15|
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|Outline||Thousands of families have been evacuated from their homes in over a dozen coastal districts of Bangladesh as a severe cyclone Sidr heads in from the Bay of Bengal, officials said on 15 November, 2007.
As of 29 December, the Government of Bangladesh (GoB) official reports indicated that more than 8 million people were affected by Cyclone Sidr, with a death toll of 3,363 people, with a further 871 missing and 55,282 injured.
|Human Impact||Physical Impact||Others|
|Government of Bangladesh 2007/12/29|
|Fully damaged houses: 564,967
Partially damaged houses: 957,110
|OCHA Situation Report No.10 (2007/11/26)|
more than 7 million people were affected
over 365,772 destroyed;
875,710 partially damaged;
1.8 million acres of crops
over 523,000 livestock are killed
1,374 educational institutions destroyed
another 8,635 partially damaged
|OCHA Situation Report No.8 (2007/11/23)|
more than 6.7 million people were affected
|over 363,346 homes destroyed;
815,628 houses were partially damaged.
more than 1.6 million acres of crops are damaged.
Over 462,815 livestock are confirmed killed,
Extensive damage to roads and public buildings was also reported, including 1,355 educational institutions destroyed and another 7,847 partially damaged.
|OCHA Situation Report No.6 (2007/11/22)|
More than 5 million people in 30 districts were affected by the storm.
over 458,804 destroyed;
665,529 partially damaged.
More than 1.4 million acres
over 360,000 are confirmed killed
5,700 partially damaged.
|OCHA Situation Report No.5 (2007/11/21)|
More than 4 million people in 28 southern districts are affected.
over 300,511 destroyed;
626,088 partially damaged;
870,000 acres of crops
4,393 partially damaged.
Extensive damage to roads and public buildings is also evident.
|Report by Government of Bangladesh 2007/11/20|
5,488,216 affected (1,322,824 families)
|Houses damaged: 1,123,553
Crops damaged: 1,419,683 acre
|OCHA Situation Report No.2 2007/11/17|
A large number of missing
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