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Duration2014/04/21 About 3,000 families (15,000 people) were affected by rains in the department of Presidente Hayes, where authorities declared a state of emergency for floods.
Country or DistrictParaguay

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  • OCHA 2014/07/08
    About 76,725 people are displaced and are expected to remain in temporary shelters for the next few months.
  • OCHA 2014/06/30
    The number of affected families is 46,272 and 15,545 families are displaced due to flooding.
  • IFRC 2014/06/20
    To date, 40,631 families (203,155 people) from five departments in the country have been affected by the flooding and require humanitarian support.
  • WFP 2014/06/10
    Unusual and heavy rains have increased the water levels of the Yguazú and Paraná rivers, as well as the Yacyretá and Itaipú dams, increasing twice as much their flow volume and causing the flooding of large rural and urban areas affecting 31,837 families.
  • OCHA 2014/05/26
    Some 17,000 families (85,000 people) were affected by floods in the Ñeembucú, Presidente Hayes and Alto Paraguay departments.
  • OCHA 2014/05/19
    Authorities in Ñeembucú report about 40,000 people affected by floods.
  • OCHA 2014/05/12
    About 3,000 families (15,000 people) were affected by rains in the department of Presidente Hayes.
  • OCHA 2014/04/21
    The National Emergency Secretariat reports that is assisted 800 families after the heavy rains and storms over the last few days.
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