Yemen: Flood: 2022/06/08
|Country or District||Yemen|
|Outline||People in Yemen’s several governorates, mainly internally displaced people, were affected by heavy rains and floods in June 2022, losing their shelters, food supplies and household items.|
|Human Impact||Physical Impact||Others|
Nearly 30,000 families have been affected, and at least 91 people killed, a figure expected to rise, with many more injured or missing.
Heavy rainfall has been affecting northern and central Yemen (in particular Hajjah, Al Jawf, Saada, and Ma’rib Governorates) since 3 August, causing floods and flash floods that have resulted in casualties and damage.
On 24 July, floods caused by heavy rainfall affected Sanaa and Dhamar governorates in central-western Yemen, resulting in at least 10 casualties.
Initial reports received from humanitarian partners and the local authorities during the month indicated that an estimated 6,800 households (approximately 41,000 people) were affected.