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Duration2022/06/08 People in Yemen’s several governorates, mainly internally displaced people, were affected by heavy rains and floods in June 2022, losing their shelters, food supplies and household items.
Country or DistrictYemen

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  • CARE 2022/08/18
    Nearly 30,000 families have been affected, and at least 91 people killed, a figure expected to rise, with many more injured or missing.
  • ECHO 2022/08/08
    Heavy rainfall has been affecting northern and central Yemen (in particular Hajjah, Al Jawf, Saada, and Ma’rib Governorates) since 3 August, causing floods and flash floods that have resulted in casualties and damage.
  • ECHO 2022/07/25
    On 24 July, floods caused by heavy rainfall affected Sanaa and Dhamar governorates in central-western Yemen, resulting in at least 10 casualties.
  • UNOCHA 2022/07/14
    Initial reports received from humanitarian partners and the local authorities during the month indicated that an estimated 6,800 households (approximately 41,000 people) were affected.
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