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OCHA Situation Report No. 1: Sri Lanka - Floods and landslides (22 May 2016)

An OCHA Situation Report report supports the coordination of humanitarian response in an acute crisis.
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OCHA Situation Report

Sri Lanka | Floods and landslides
Situation Report No.1 | 22 May 2016

Dear colleagues,

Please find enclosed the link to OCHA Situation Report no. 1 on the floods and landslides in Sri Lanka. This report covers the period from 15 to 22 May 2016.

  • Floods and landslides in Sri Lanka have affected 340,150 people according to information from the Government of Sri Lanka Disaster Management Centre, 84 people are known to have died and 116 people are still missing.
  • As a result of the floods, 237,240 people have been displaced from their homes and have moved to 376 ‘safe locations’, including camps as well as schools, temples, community centres, with host families or in other temporary accommodation.
  • At least 503 houses are reported to have been destroyed with a further 3,793 partially damaged, although extent of damage is likely to be higher.
  • Flood waters are not likely to recede for several days and landslides warnings remain in place in nine locations.
  • These are reportedly the worst floods in 25 years, with further heavy rains and flooding likely as the monsoon continues. 
To access the full report, please follow this link:

For more information, contact:
Helen Mould, Public Information Officer, OCHA Regional Office for Asia-Pacific,, Mobile: +66 63 270 9122

Additional information on the situation is also available on the following websites:

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