Uganda – Info Sheet: Multi-Hazard Response/DRR Platform (July 2023)
Jul 31 2023
- Mobility Tracking
In the month of July 2023, floods were reported in Kapelebyong & Gulu, human epidemics outbreaks (Cholera) in Kayunga, Namayingo & Nakaseke (rift valley fever) and road accidents in Kagadi and Kampala. The disasters affected a total of 2,040 individuals, representing 300 households and displaced internally 156 individuals from 30 households. The hazards affected mostly Adults (19-64 years) population group (63%), followed by children under 18 years (33%) and the elderly who are above 64 years (4%). The most pressing needs are in the affected sub-counties are Health, water supply, sanitation, hygiene promotion among others.
Disasters have so far affected 92,266 individuals and displaced 6,600 people in this year(2023).
There were no other major disaster events reported from other districts as the infographic sheet only presents information received from represented districts.