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Uganda Multi-Hazard Infographic - Response/DRR Platform (Published 25 May 2022)

Дата публикации

April and May 2022 observations

  • During the period from 01 April to the date of reporting (24 May), Uganda has experienced floods, landslides/mudslides and hailstorms/windstorms.

  • A total of 31,848 individuals were affected, representing 6,568 households. 1,236 individuals from 988 households were internally displaced by disasters.

  • Adults (19-64) were the most affected population group (50%), followed by children <18 (43%) and the elderly >64 (7%).

  • The most pressing needs are health, water supply, food assistance, education, sanitation and hygiene related.

  • So far in 2022, 46,519 individuals have been affected by disasters, representing 11,368 households. A total of 4,434 individuals representing 1,521 households have been Internally displaced.

  • As the March, April and May (MAM) rainy season comes to an end, light rainfall (averaging less than 50 mm) is expected across the nation in the month of June. Therefore, a reduction in disasters triggered by rainfall is anticipated.