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Thousands flee as floodwaters rise in Malaysia

Posted by feww on November 25, 2011

Rising floods kill 3, force thousands to evacuate their homes in Malaysia

Malaysia braces for massive flooding as 40 percent more monsoon rain forecast this season compared with last year.

Disaster Calendar 2011 – November 25

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  • Malaysia. Rising floods have left at least 3 children dead, a teenager missing, and forced thousands to evacuate their homes across 2 north-eastern states of Terengganu and Kelantan. Up to 40 percent more rain is forecast for the monsoon season (November 2011 – March 2012) compared with last year.
    • The Malaysian states expected to receive extreme rain are  Kelantan, Terengganu, Pahang, Perak, Perlis, Kedah and Sabah.
    • The govt has designated 5,156 evacuation centers, which could accommodate  about 1.4 million evacuees.
    • The Malaysian Govt has categorized about 500 schools with a total of more than 200,000 students as being at high-risk of flooding.
    • The flooding would be exacerbated by high tides.
    • “The high-tide phenomenon is predicted to occur on Dec 25 this year and Jan 23, 2012.” Malaysia’s deputy PM told reporters.

Other Global Disasters

  • Zambia.  Early rains have destroyed about a third of Zambia’s 2010/11 maize harvest.
    • “We are talking about a bumper harvest of 3.1 million tonnes but close to a million tonnes has gone to waste because farmers did not anticipate the rains coming early,” said Zambia National Farmers Union spokesman.


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