Cyclone Mocha

Cyclone Mocha

Japan gives $500,000 to IOM for Cyclone Mocha-affected Rohingyas

Japan has decided to provide the International Organisation for Migration (IOM) with $500,000 for supporting the Rohingyas and the host community affected by Cyclone Mocha

EU releases €2.5 million to support those affected by Cyclone Mocha

Following Cyclone Mocha in Myanmar and Bangladesh, the European Commission has released €2.5 million in emergency humanitarian aid to address the most urgent needs of the affected population

Myanmar junta says 145 died in cyclone, NGOs fear higher toll

Myanmar's military-controlled media said on Friday 145 people were killed when Cyclone Mocha hit the country this week, in stark contrast to reports from rights groups and residents who fear hundreds may have died.

800,000 people affected by Cyclone Mocha in Myanmar: UN

At least 800,000 people in Myanmar need emergency food aid and other assistance after Cyclone Mocha slammed into the conflict-torn country earlier this week, the United Nations said Friday.

Rohingya children in Cox's Bazar camps faced brunt of Cyclone Mocha: Unicef

One million Rohingya refugees living in the Cox's Bazar refugee camp, half of whom are children, faced the brunt of Cyclone Mocha, said Unicef

Cyclone Mocha: US providing $250,000 for emergency relief efforts

The US is providing $250,000 to assist Cyclone Mocha emergency relief efforts in the country’s most severely affected areas

Cyclone Mocha: St Martin’s Island faces drinking water, food shortages

The island is still without power as electric cables and utility poles were damage

Many Myanmar Rohingyas killed by cyclone: residents, aid group

A large number of Rohingyas were killed in Myanmar when Cyclone Mocha struck at the weekend, residents, a relief group and a media outlet said yesterday

UN calls for urgent aid in Rohingya camps following Cyclone Mocha

The United Nations yesterday called for urgent aid and support after Cyclone Mocha damaged Rohingya camps..Cyclone Mocha wreaked havoc on over a million Rohingya refugees and Bangladeshi locals in three districts.

Cyclone Mocha: 25% telco towers in Cox’s Bazar still not working

Some 243 telecom towers, also known as BTS (base transceiver station) towers, out of a total 974 in the district, remain inoperative in Cox's Bazar as of Monday evening - more than 24 hours after Cyclone Mocha made landfall along the Bangladesh-Myanmar coast.

Cyclone Mocha: 12,000 homes affected in Saint Martin's Island, Teknaf

About 2,000 homes were destroyed while over 10,000 houses were partially damaged during tropical cyclone Mocha in the Saint Martin's island and Teknaf upazila of Cox’s Bazar district, said State Minister for Disaster Management and Relief Dr Enamur Rahman today

Myanmar port city cut off in Mocha aftermath

Tens of thousands of people in a major Myanmar port city were cut off from contact on Monday after a cyclone tore through the west of the country and neighbouring Bangladesh

Ctg airport, port to fully operate from today

As the effects of Cyclone Mocha have passed, regular flights are starting at Chattogram Shah Amanat International Airport from this morning

A lucky escape

It’s a sigh of relief for Bangladesh.

3 killed as Mocha lashes Myanmar

Thousands of people hunkered down yesterday in monasteries, pagodas and schools, seeking shelter from a powerful storm that slammed into the coast of Myanmar, tearing the roofs off buildings and killing at least three people.

Cyclone Mocha completes landfall, Signal 3 advised

The very severe cyclonic storm Mocha moved north-northeastwards and crossed fully over the Bangladesh-Myanmar coast around 6:00pm this evening, weakening into a deep land depression near Sittwe in the neighbouring country

Cyclone Mocha: 2,826 shanties damaged in Rohingya camps

A total 2,826 shanties were damaged in Rohingya camps in Teknaf and Ukhiya of Cox's Bazar due to the impact of Cyclone Mocha, according to a report prepared by the Office of the Refugee Relief and Repatriation Commissioner (RRRC)

1,000 houses damaged on St Martin’s Island

People in St Martin’s Island are slowly returning to their homes leaving cyclone centres after Cyclone Mocha crossed the island causing less damage than feared

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