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More than 23,000 affected by flooding so far in July

15 July 19 - Source: Myanmar Times - More than 23,000 people have been affected by floods as a result of heavy rains across Myanmar so far this month, according to the Disaster Management Department. Most of the casualties have been in Kachin State in northern Myanmar. More than 15,000 in Myitkyina,...

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  • Untitled ​Source: Thant Myanmar & Flora and Fauna InternationalDate: 16th July 2019A new survey on plastic pollution in Myanmar conducted by Fauna and Flora International (FFI) in collaboration with Thant Myanmar reveals that 119 tons of plastic waste enter the Ayeyarwady River every day. A related study conducted by the Fridtjof Nansen research vessel ...
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  • Raised-sea-level-affect-freshwater ​In Myanmar, Groundwater in coastal areas and delta area closed to the sea starts facing that effect. Of that sea level rising by ice, glaciers melting are causing the greatest sign of seawater intrusion to Groundwater at Ayeyarwaddy delta area in Myanmar, mostly in the lower part of widening delta area.According to the Global Climate Risk Index, M...
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  • youth_volunteers_deliver_water_to_flood_affected_homes_in_gyet_poung_chan_3_july_13_afternoon 15 July 19 - Source: Frontier Myanmar By EMILY FISHBEIN | FRONTIERMYITKYINA — Youth and former drug users volunteered support in Myitkyina as the Ayeyarwady River broke its banks and flooded the Kachin State capital, affecting more than 10,000 people.With water rapidly rising in several quarters of Myitkyina and residents packing and preparing to m...
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