Myanmar: Tropical Cyclone: 2010/10/22
|Country or District||Myanmar|
|Event Type||Tropical Cyclone|
|Outline||At least 27 people were killed and 15 are missing in Myanmar as a result of Tropical Cyclone Giri, which slammed into the country on 22 October 2010|
|Human Impact||Physical Impact||Others|
OCHA ReliefWeb 2010/11/10
The Government has reported that at least 45 people are dead or missing to date, while 101,923 people remain homeless and at least 20,380 houses were completely destroyed, with a total of at least 260,000 people (52,000 households) affected.
OCHA ReliefWeb 2010/10/29
The Government confirmed that 45 people deaths have been recorded to date, while at least 10 remain missing and 49 injured. According to Government figures, 70,975 people remain homeless and at least 15,000 houses were completely destroyed, with a total of approximately 200,000 people affected.
OCHA ReliefWeb 2010/10/26
According to assessments conducted by the Red Cross, the number of affected persons is confirmed to be at least 176,823. According to local authorities, 70,795 people remain homeless.
2,500 homes were damaged in Myanmar as a result of Tropical Cyclone Giri.
Myanmar Information Management Unit 2010/10/26
Myanmar: Cyclone GIRI - Initial Assessment Data - as of 26 Oct 2010
OCHA ReliefWeb 2010/10/25
Myanmar: Tropical Cyclone Giri (as of 24 Oct 2010)
International Charter, UNOSAT 2010/10/28
Myanmar: Overview of Flood Waters in Pauktaw and Kyaukpyu Province - as of 25 Oct 2010