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Duration 2011/11 In Peru, 11 people have died more than 20,000 people have been affected as a result of the rains that have falling throughout the country since November 2011. Country or District Peru Name Flood
Headline(Source, Date) Personal Injury Material Damage Others
- OCHA 2012/04/16
The current rainy season has left some 700,023 people affected in 892 districts of the 24 departments. In Loreto some 218,718 people are affected. There are 49,420 houses damaged.
- OCHA 2012/04/09
Since November 2011, INDECI has reported 49 deaths, 9 people missing, 98 injured, 191,241 homeless and 442,722 people affected.
- OCHA 2012/02/14
Since November 2011, the toll from the rains is 49,140 people affected, 5,550 lost their homes, 14 dead and 29 injured.
- OCHA 2012/01/16
The rains have affected 20,157 people and damaged 3,894 houses.
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