Highlights of impacts Flash flood Landslide Kon Tum Typhoon Double flooding QUang Ngai Typhoon Double flooding QUang Nam Typhoon and flood Da Nang Flood Thua Thien Hue Flood in lower land Flash flood in highland Quang Tri Highlights Provinces
Large scale of damage on housing including collapsed houses and roof blown away. The damage is found in all provinces
The number of houses damaged found more in provinces where they experienced stronger typhoon wind and landslide.
Example: Quang Ngai: 4,200 houses totally collapsed ; 67,161 party damaged; Quang Nam: 15,200 totally collapsed; 155,000 houses with roof totally damaged. Kon Tum needs to evacuate about 3,000 households to avoid further landslide risks.
In all provinces, there is a large number of schools and class-rooms damaged: e.g. 2000 classrooms in Quang Ngai alone
Huge number of children lost their text books and note-books due to flood or typhoon swept away
Many schools are re-opened but in some communes the schools are expected to be closed for 1 – 3 weeks. In Kon Tum and Dakrong district of Quang Tri, some schools will only be re-opened in 1 – 3 months.
Many schools re-opened but children have to take shifts due to loss of class-rooms
Stress over children with busy learning schedule to catch up with non-affected areas
Reconstruction of totally collapsed houses: top up Government 300 USD, need additional 1,000 USD at least per house. Prioritise the poorest (E.g. Quang Ngai: 1,000 households, Quang Nam: 30% of 15,200 houses, 70% of collapsed housed in Kon Tum, Quang Tri)
About 30% of houses with roof totally destroyed need iron roofing material (120 USD/hh)
School kits: 10 USD each for children from poor families affected (about 20 – 30 % of total hhs)