Cambodia: Flood: 2011/09/10
|Country or District||Cambodia|
|Outline||At least 14 Cambodians died in flooding that was caused by heavy rain falls just in a week.|
|Human Impact||Physical Impact||Others|
Flooding has spread across 17 of Cambodia\'s 24 provinces, killing 247 people, forcing the evacuation of more than 34,000 households, and destroying some 200,000 hectares of rice fields, which comprise nearly 10 percent of the country\'s harvest, according to the National Committee for Disaster Management (NCDM)
Tragic flood hit center of Cambodia. Around 170,000 families were affected, and 207 people were killed.
At least 97 people, including a British national, have died. To date, 90,300 families in 15 flood-hit provinces have been affected, about 170,000 hectares of rice fields have been submerged and more than 300 schools were closed.
Reuters AlertNet 2011/09/26
Floods kill 61 in Cambodia in the past two weeks.
The country\'s central province of Kompong Thom was recorded with the highest death toll of 11, with five of them were children.
UNITAR, UNOSAT 2011/10/18
Floods Water Over Phnom Pneh and Kandal Districts, Cambodia (as of 18 October 2011)