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Madagascar:Tropical Depression:2022/01/24

Duration2022/01/24 On 24 January 2022, tropical storm Ana made landfall in Angoche district, Nampula province, Madagascar, significantly affecting the provinces of Zambezia, Nampula and Tete. To date, the storm has affected 120,763 people, injured 196 people, and killed at least 20 people. In addition, it continued moving westward across Mozambique and southern Malawi, causing serious impact to these countries.
Country or DistrictMadagascar
NameTropical Depression

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Related Links
  • International Charter 2022/01/29
    Antananarivo, Madagascar : Flood - Situation as of 25/01/2022
  • IFRC 2022/01/27
    According to the Flash Bulletin No. 6 issued by the National Disaster Management Office (BNGRC) on 23 January, provisional damage report indicates 24 people dead.
Geographycal Data Information
  • ECHO 2022/01/27
    Madagascar, Mozambique, Malawi | Tropical Storm ANA – DG ECHO Daily Map | 27/01/2022
Emergency Relief Information
Urgent Report from Supporting Members of the Asian Disaster Reduction Center