[Databook] Natural Disasters Data Book-2019 edition
[Annual Report] ADRC Annual Report 2019
NEW!ADRC organizes the Online DRR Seminar as a series of consecutive forums. The first and second seminars were held on 15 June 2021 and on 13 July 2021. Click here for more details and the seminar documents!
Новости Азиатской Конференции по Снижению Рисков Стихийных Бедствий ADRCСовещание группы экспертов на тему «Созидательное Начало Деятельности по Восстановлению после Великого Землетрясения Восточной Японии» было проведено 31 мая в Токио >>Более подробная информация (только на японском языке)
Информация о Недавних Стихийных Бедствиях
More than 144,660 residents have been affected by torrential rains in Henan Province of Central China since 16 July 2021, and 10,152 have been relocated to safe places.
At Least 20 have been killed as monsoon rainfall in western India has caused widespread damage and triggered flash floods and several landslides in part of the country’s largest city, Mumbai on 18 July 2021.
On 3 July 2021, 18 people are dead and 11 are missing after a huge landslide hit Atami city, Shizuoka Prefecture of Japan following heavy rainfall.
Tropical Cyclone Tauktae, made landfall in Gujarat state, India late on Monday 17 May 2021 with wind speeds of up to 160km/h (100mph). About 200,000 people were evacuated across several states as the cyclone approached, bringing with it heavy rains and gusty winds. The storm has hit the region amid a devastating second wave of Covid-19 that has overwhelmed Indian hospitals.
A total of 16 provinces in five regions across Afghanistan were affected by consecutive flash floods on 3 May 2021 following heavy rains since 2 May 2021. According to initial reports obtained from Afghan National Disaster Management Authority (ANDMA) and other sources, the death toll has reached to 61 persons while 33 persons sustained injuries.