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This is situation report No. 1 for flooding in Louisiana in July of 2019 based upon early indications in social media. The report contains useful links and summaries for 14 Parishes of interest in Louisiana along the path of the storm. Barry made landfall on July 13, 2019, on...more
This special USA situation report provides detailed state summaries for storms, tornadoes, straight line winds and flooding for the past 90 days across the United States.
According to the National Weather Service, there were nearly 4,400 individual reports of severe weather reported in May...more
Humanity Road activated on Thursday April 25, 2019 to monitor the impacts of cyclone Kenneth on Mozambique. This situation report number 1 provides early indications based on social media.
Kenneth made landfall on Mozambique's northern province of Cabo Delgado on Thursday evening, with...more
Humanity Road activated the disaster desk at a Yellow Level 2 to monitor impacts to Comoros from Cyclone Kenneth. . According to UNOSAT the entire population of Comoros (758,339) is within the cyclones reach. GDACS issued an orange alert for the cyclone. Flooding due to heavy rains is expected...more
Humanity Road activated on Thursday to monitor the impacts of cyclone Idai on Mozambique. We are providing the below report compiled through social media monitoring and official reports.
Humanity Road Situation Report #2 - 21 Mar 2019
Beira City remains cut-off from surrounding...more
Humanity Road activated its disaster desk following a tsunami that struck the Bentan Province in Western Java, Indonesia on December 22, 2018. This situation report number 1 provides useful links and situational information based on early indications in social media.
The National Agency...more
Humanity Road activated its disaster desk on Thursday November 15, 2018 in advance of landfall of Cyclone Gaja in India. This situation report number 1 provides helpful links and situational information based on early indications in social media.
Cyclone Gaja, which made landfall near...more
Super Typhoon Yutu is the worst storm to hit this region since 1968. As it moves away from the Marianas region, extensive damage to critical infrastructure on Saipan and Tinian has left the Commonwealth devastated with many families displaced. Relief and recovery efforts are now well underway...more
This is Situation Report No. 1 was published on October 14, 2018 and contains county and community level updates on the most significantly impacted counties in Georgia. It does not represent all counties. It also includes the communications outage report by the FCC....more
Situation Report 2 was published on October 12, 2018 and is a regional report on 14 counties impacted in Florida. This report provides county and community level updates and includes the first communications outage report by the FCC issued October 11 as well as a link to our Humanity Road...more
The following situation report was compiled based on social media monitoring from the public impacted and through data mining for information from official sources. It does not represent all locations impacted but does cover the heaviest hit areas. Humanity Road provides this information as a...more
Humanity Road has been providing assistance with volunteer staffing, badging, scheduling and training for the local volunteers helping a local community resource and relief center at the Allenton Rural Fire Department in Lumberton NC. Also, we have been producing local status reports for...more
Updated as of August 24, 2018 8:00 am local time
On August 22, 2018 Humanity Road activated its disaster desk to assist officials by amplifying official guidance in social media. On August 23, Humanity Road produced Situation Report No. 1 containing useful links to...more
Updated as of August 19, 2018 at 2:00am local time in Kerala.
Humanity Road activated its disaster desk on August 16 after severe flash flooding and landslides impacted the state of Kerala in India. This report number 2 provides early indications based on social media for August 17-18,...more