Flood in Southern Sudan

Floods have displaced nearly 60,000 people in the last month in south Sudan with many at risk of malaria and other diseases.The assessment committee's report states that some 250 families covering 2470 people were affected by the flash floods. It is also reports that 176 families in Panthou have been displaced during the 24 hour torrential downpour that hit part of greater Aweil South County.

Sources: www.alertnet.org, www.reliefweb.int

 


Status Update: 15/09/2010


Contacts:

UNOOSA/UN-SPIDER

Email: un-spider@unoosa.org

Link: http://www.un-spider.org

 

Contact Point in Sudan:
Minako Kakuma
Humanitarian Affairs Officer
OCHA South Sudan
Phone: +47 24 1378 28-35 (ext.1078)
Mobile: +249 (0) 922 406 061
E-mail: kakuma@un.org

Coordinates of affected areas (AOI)

Geographical Coordinates for SAFER activation request
 

Upper Left:
Lat: 6.354 N
Long: 29.574 E

Lower Right:
Lat: 5.577 N
Long: 30.574 E

 

International Charter Space and Major Disasters

Activation requested on 14/09/2010
Activation Request accepted: 14/09/2010 under call 325
Requested by UN-OCHA on behalf of UNOOSA \ UN-SPIDER
Link: www.disasterscharter.org

Project Manager:
François Boubila
SERCO c/o  ESA
EO Science and Applications Department D/EOP-SEP
Via Galileo Galilei, Casella Postale 64
00044 Frascati (RM) ITALY 
Tél: +39 06941 80615
Email: francois.boubila@esa.int

Value-Adder:
UNITAR/UNOSAT

Space-based resources

Satellite Tasking NoSatelliteSensorTime (UTC)AreaTypeStatusRemarks/
Products
0  Radarsat-1  SAR  28/08/2000

Upper Left:
Lat: 6.354 N
Long: 29.574 E

Upper Left:
Lat: 5.577 N
Long: 30.574 E

 Archive  Acquired  
0 ALOS PALSAR 21/03/2010
25/03/2010
26/03/2010

Upper Left:
Lat: 6.354 N
Long: 29.574 E

Upper Left:
Lat: 5.577 N
Long: 30.574 E

Archive Acquired  
0
 
ENVISAT
 
ASAR
 
11/09/2006

Upper Left:
Lat: 6.354 N
Long: 29.574 E

Upper Left:
Lat: 5.577 N
Long: 30.574 E

Archive Acquired  
13/12/2006

Upper Left:
Lat: 6.354 N
Long: 29.574 E

Upper Left:
Lat: 5.577 N
Long: 30.574 E

Archive Acquired  
 1  ENVISAT

   ASAR

   19/09/2010

Upper Left:
Lat: 6.354 N
Long: 29.574 E

Upper Left:
Lat: 5.577 N
Long: 30.574 E

 Post-Disaster  Scheduled   20/09/2010

Upper Left:
Lat: 6.354 N
Long: 29.574 E

Upper Left:
Lat: 5.577 N
Long: 30.574 E

Post-disaster Scheduled    2  Radarsat-2  SAR  15/09/2010  

Upper Left:
Lat: 6.354 N
Long: 29.574 E

Upper Left:
Lat: 5.577 N
Long: 30.574 E

Post-disaster Scheduled   19/09/2010

Upper Left:
Lat: 6.354 N
Long: 29.574 E

Upper Left:
Lat: 5.577 N
Long: 30.574 E

Post-disaster Scheduled   22/09/2010

Upper Left:
Lat: 6.354 N
Long: 29.574 E

Upper Left:
Lat: 5.577 N
Long: 30.574 E

Post-disaster Scheduled   3 ALOS PALSAR 16/09/2010

Upper Left:
Lat: 6.354 N
Long: 29.574 E

Upper Left:
Lat: 5.577 N
Long: 30.574 E

Post-disaster Scheduled   21/09/2010

Upper Left:
Lat: 6.354 N
Long: 29.574 E

Upper Left:
Lat: 5.577 N
Long: 30.574 E

Post-disaster Scheduled   4 DMC-2   16/09/2010

Upper Left:
Lat: 6.354 N
Long: 29.574 E

Upper Left:
Lat: 5.577 N
Long: 30.574 E

Post-disaster Scheduled  

 

Other Space based Information:

Situation reports:

UN OCHA:
Link:

Other Information:

UN OCHA:
Link: http://reliefweb.int/

 

Disaster Information
Name: 
Flood in southern Sudan
Region: 
southern Sudan
Occurance Date: 
01/09/2010
latitude: 
6.1
longitude: 
30.1