المجلس الأعلى لإدارة وتنسيق الشؤون الإنسانية والتعاون الدولي

A report that monitors the damage of the floods and the council’s interventions to provide relief to those affected

Flood victims: 98 dead and 40 injured: damage stats

The death toll from the torrential rains in the Yemeni governorates under the control of the Political Council has risen to 98 dead, with 40 injured.
According to the preliminary statistics of SCMCHA the death toll from the torrents rose to 98 dead, and 40 others were injured

According to SCMCHA, the total damages in houses amounted to 10,597 houses, between total and partial destruction, distributed in 2,417 completely damaged houses, 5 thousand and 569 partially damaged houses with various damages between the collapse of roofs and walls, and 1,781 damaged houses as a result of the entry of torrents into the city. The houses, as well as the presence of 751 dilapidated houses, most of them in Ament al Asemah.

The statistics of the affected families reached 41,234 affected families in 15 governorates, including 16,745 displaced families, and the outcome of the damage to the camps of the displaced reached 8,149 tents

The damage to facilities, including roads, water sources, and sewage networks, was reported, amid the deterioration and damage to public services.

According to the report, the toll of damage to the facilities reached 52 schools and mosques, and 80 water networks, while the rains caused rock and earth landslides that led to the erosion and collapse of 132 roads, 10 water barriers and dams collapsed, and the toll of damages to wells reached 115 wells. Damage to agricultural lands is 689 agricultural lands, while livestock damage statistics amounted to 229 deaths among cows and sheep.

the Secretary-General of the Supreme Council inspects a number of districts and directorates in Al-Jawf, Hajjah, Sa ‘ada governorate to see the damage of floods, the extent of damage and needs, and to work to provide emergency response to those affected by the floods through the implementation of relief and service projects to alleviate the suffering of those affected.

the Secretary-General of the Supreme Council declared a state of emergency and directed SCMCHA branches to establish an emergency committee and to work with humanitarian partners to provide relief to those affected by floods by providing emergency assistance with housing, cash and food materials to contribute to alleviating the suffering of those affected
Although aid remains limited in view of the world’s worst humanitarian crisis caused by aggression, blockade and widespread damage in various governorates, especially as floods have damaged homes, tents, dams and roads, caused rocky collapses and road interruptions The Council worked with humanitarian partners to provide relief to 35 thousand and 633 families affected by floods, more than 80% of the total number of families affected

According to SCMCHA 575 million 276 thousand cash assistance was disbursed to more than 7 thousand and 82 families, while emergency assistance was distributed to more than 7 thousand and 159 families, and more than 3 thousand and 264 households received household items.

More than 6 thousand and 375 families received a bag of hygiene (sanitation), more than 11 thousand and 137 families received various assistance between brushes, blankets, Tarabil, tents and harbours, and more than 1403 received food assistance.

 

 

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