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Tropical Cyclone Seroja in Timor-leste

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type d'évènement:Floods, landslides, cyclone
Localidation de l'évènement:Timor-leste
Date de l'activation Charte:2021-04-07
Time of Charter Activation:16:23
Time zone of Charter Activation:UTC+02:00
Demandeur:UNITAR on behalf of UN Resident Coordinator Office - Timor Leste
ADRC
Activation ID:701
Chef de projet:UNITAR/UNOSAT

Tropical Cyclone Seroja passed close to the coast of Timor-Leste on 4 April 2021, and the slow-moving storm brought heavy rain that caused floods and landslides.

27 people were killed in the landslides and floods, and approximately 10,000 people were affected, with at least 8 still missing. Most of the damage occurred in Dili municipality, in which the capital city of Dili is located. Dili hosts the highest population in the country and the city experienced extensive flooding, which the Prime Minister described as one of the most devastating incidents the nation has experienced in the past 40 years.

The flood waters swept many homes away and caused damage to roads, making travel within the city difficult.

The storm also caused a loss of power throughout the country and damaged the nation's pharmacy containing storage of their COVID-19 vaccines.

 

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Flood impact analysis in Cristo Rei Posto Administrativo, Dili Municipality, Timor-Leste

Source: Pleiades
Acquis: 12/04/2021

Copyright: Includes Pleiades material © CNES (2021), Distribution Airbus DS.
Map produced by UNITAR/UNOSAT

Landslides impact analysis in Cristo Rei Posto Administrativo, Dili Municipality, Timor-Leste

Source: VISION-1
Acquis: 11/04/2021

Copyright: ©CGSTL (2021)
Map produced by UNITAR/UNOSAT

Flood impact analysis in Dom Aleixo and Ver Cruz post adminstrativos, Dili municipality, Timor-Leste

Source: Pleiades / GeoEye
Acquis: GeoEye: 23/04/2020
Pleiades: 12/04/2021

Copyright: Includes Pleiades material © CNES (2021), Distribution Airbus DS.
GeoEye-1 © DigitalGlobe Inc.
Map produced by UNITAR/UNOSAT

Landslides impact analysis in Vera Cruz posto adminstrativo, Dili municipality, Timor-Leste

Source: Pleiades / GeoEye
Acquis: GeoEye: 23/04/2020
Pleiades: 12/04/2021

Copyright: Includes Pleiades material © CNES (2021), Distribution Airbus DS.
GeoEye-1 © DigitalGlobe Inc.
Map produced by UNITAR/UNOSAT

Potential impact caused by landslides in Dom Aleixo and Vera Cruz posto adminstrativos, Dili municipality, Timor-Leste

Source: GeoEye / Pleiades
Acquis: GeoEye: 23/04/2020
Pleiades: 12/04/2021

Copyright: Includes Pleiades material © CNES (2021), Distribution Airbus DS.
GeoEye-1 © DigitalGlobe Inc.
Map produced by UNITAR/UNOSAT

Preliminary satellite derived assessment of Manuatuto and Baucau Municipality, Timor-Leste

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Source: WorldView-2
Acquis: 10/04/2021

Copyright: © (2021) DigitalGlobe, Inc., Longmont CO USA 80503. DigitalGlobe and the DigitalGlobe logos are trademarks of DigitalGlobe, Inc. The use and/or dissemination of this data and/or of any product in any way derived there from are restricted. Unauthorized use and/or dissemination is prohibited
Report produced by UNITAR/UNOSAT

Preliminary satellite derived flood assessment of Ermera, Bobonaro and Covalima Municipalities

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Source: PlanetScope
Acquis: 12/04/2021

Copyright: © Planet Labs Inc. (2021)
Report produced by UNITAR/UNOSAT

Satellite detected flooding extent over Tasitolu Lake, Dili department, Timor Leste

Source: Pleiades
Acquis: 09/04/2021

Copyright: Includes Pleiades material © CNES (2021), Distribution Airbus DS.
Map produced by UNITAR/UNOSAT

Preliminary Satellite-Derived Flood Assessment in Dili and Liquica Departments, Timor-Leste

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Source: Pleiades
Acquis: 08/04/2021

Copyright: Includes Pleiades material © CNES (2021), Distribution Airbus DS.
Report produced by UNITAR/UNOSAT

Satellite detected water extent as of 5 April 2021 in Baucau department, Timor-Leste

Source: Sentinel-1
Acquis: 05/04/2021

Copyright: Contains modified Copernicus Sentinel data (2021)
Map produced by UNITAR/UNOSAT

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