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: Flash Flood: 2021/03/29 Country Information on DRR

Period 2021/03/29
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Event Type Flash Flood
Outline From 29 March to 4 April 2021, heavy rains across Timor-Leste have caused flash floods and landslides. The capital city, Dili, is the worst affected. According to preliminary official figures, a total of 2,065 households - or approximately 10,325 people - have been affected across 8 municipalities in Timor-Leste. 21 deaths were reported.
Human Impact Physical Impact Others

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UN RC/HC Timor-Leste 2021/04/16
To date, a total of 45 fatalities (including 10 who are still missing and presumed dead) have been recorded.

ECHO 2021/04/08
According to UN OCHA, at least 42 people died and up to 9,779 people have been temporarily displaced in Dili capital city.

UN RC/HC Timor-Leste 2021/04/05
A total 21 fatalities, including 6 children, have been officially recorded so far.

Geographycal Data

Timor-Leste: Baucau Department - Imagery Analysis: 5 April 2021 Published 7 April 2021 V1.


UNOSAT 2021/04/19
Landslides impact analysis in Cristo Rei posto adminstrativo, Dili municipality, Timor-Leste (19 April 2021)

UNOSAT 2021/04/19
Flood impact analysis in Cristo Rei Posto Adminstrativo, Dili Municipality, Timor-Leste (19 April 2021)