Flash Appeal

Pakistan Cyclone and Floods Flash Appeal 2007

Islamabad
18 July 2007

Intense storms and a major cyclone at the end of June and early July 2007 caused severe flooding in Pakistan, displacing over 300,000 people and affecting more than 2.5 million.  Balochistan and Sindh provinces in southern Pakistan are worst affected, with 280 confirmed deaths and a further 188 missing persons.  The flooding has already spread to 18 districts in Balochistan and a further five in Sindh, and the monsoon season is expected to continue for the next two to three months.

Nicaragua Hurricane "Felix" Flash Appeal 2007

Managua
14 September 2007

Mozambique Floods and Cyclone Flash Appeal 2007

12 March 2007

Madagascar Floods Flash Appeal 2007

Antananarivo
15 March 2007

Mid-Year Review of the Madagascar Floods Flash Appeal 2007

Antananarivo
14 May 2007

Lesotho Drought Flash Appeal 2007

Maseru
28 July 2007

Democratic People's Republic of Korea Floods Flash Appeal 2007

27 August 2007

Torrential rains between 7 and 14 August 2007 caused severe flooding in the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK), killing over 450 people and affecting over 960,000.  Nine provinces in central and northern DPRK are worst affected, as well as the capital Pyongyang. Nearly 170,000 people have been made homeless.

Dominican Republic Tropical Storm Noel Flash Appeal 2007

6 November 2007

Burkina Faso Floods Flash Appeal 2007

Ouagadougou
25 October 2007

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