|Country or District||Bangladesh|
|Event Type||Heavy Rain, Flood, Landslide|
|Outline||Heavy rainfall continues to cause widespread and severe flooding and landslides across parts of Bangladesh and north-eastern India, resulting in increased human impact. In Bangladesh, at least 10 people died and over 2 million were affected.|
|Human Impact||Physical Impact||Others|
According to the Government and UN Resident Coordinator, the floods in northeastern districts continue to affect more people with 7.2 million people impacted across 9 districts in the region. More than 481,000 people are displaced and took shelter in 1,605 flood shelters. Media reports suggest that at least 82 people and 4,000 livestock died.
Some 459,567 people have been evacuated to 1432 safety centers.
In Bangladesh, the floods are considered the worst in 122 years. 4.3 million people are already affected, of which more than 90,000 people are displaced to 650 flood shelters, though hundreds are still stranded. Unofficial reports suggest that at least 17 people died.
Bangladesh Red Crescent 2022/06/18
The continuous heavy rainfall in the north-eastern Indian region terribly affected more than 2 million people who live on the Surma-Kushiyara river’s bank of Bangladesh.
Flooding has once again disrupted the lives of thousands of people in northern Bangladesh.
A total of 133 villages of six unions at Companiganj Upazila of Sylhet district with an estimated 46,500 individuals have been affected by the ongoing flood. Moreover, about 72,300 people of 10 unions have been affected by the flash flood in Kanaighat Upazila of Sylhet district with 329 houses damaged (268 partial and 61 fully damaged).
In Bangladesh, 4,300 families were displaced to flood shelters in Sunamganj and Sylhet districts,
Sentinel Asia 2022/06/24
Flood in Bangladesh on 18 June, 2022
International Charter, UNOSAT 2022/06/24
Preliminary satellite-derived flood assessment: Bangladesh (24 June 2022)
Satellite detected water extent over Rangpur Division, Bangladesh as of 21 June 2022 V1
Satellite detected water extent over Rajshahi, Rangpur, Mymensingh and Khulna divisions, Bangladesh as of 21 June 2022 - Imagery analysis: 21/06/2022 Published 22/06/2022 V1
Satellite detected water extent over Sylhet and Sunamganj Districts, Sylhet Division, Bangladesh as of 18 June 2022 - Imagery analysis: 18/06/2022 Published 21/06/2022 V1
International Charter 2022/06/17
Flooding in Bangladesh
Satellite detected water extent over Sylhet and Sunamganj Districts, Sylhet Division, Bangladesh as of 25 May 2022 - Imagery analysis: 25/05/2022 Published 01/06/2022 V1