|Viet Nam : Flood : 1999/12|
|Outline||One month after the central coastal provinces of Vietnam were inundated by the worst floods the country has experienced this century, the same region has suffered heavy rains and new, extensive flooding. These new floods occurred just as rehabilitation measures were being undertaken in order to help stabilize the lives of the people in the central provinces. The new floods caused by heavy rainfall from 1 to 6 December once again attained historical water levels in some rivers in the central provinces from Thua Thien Hue to Khanh Hoa|
|Human Impact||Physical Impact||Others|
|OCHA Situation Report No. 2 1999/12/10|
|December floods impact:People killed is 115,Injured 164,Missing 12,People evacuated 11,475 households||Houses damaged/destroyed are 423,653 flooded and damaged 9,053 destroyed.
Paddy crops destroyed is 28,779 ha.
|300,000 people face a serious shortage of food and the loss of livelihood for the next six to nine months until they can replant and harvest the next rice crop.
||More than 5,000 homes were entirely destroyed, while nearly 400,000 were submerged and damaged.
Some 451 bridges and dams needed repair, while roads suffered extensive damage due to erosion.
|Nearly 26 million dollars in losses were caused by floods, primarily in damage to homes and crops.