Record flooding in desert Nambu


10.04.11.Rekordnye rampant floods in the central and northern regions of the African Nambu. With great flood, absorbing the whole villages of one of the driest countries in the world, tens of thousands of people are struggling.

Nambu, located in south-western Africa, the second time in the last 3 years to declare a state of natural disaster caused by floods.

But this time the extent of the biggest disaster in the last 120 years, since the beginning of recorded meteorological observations.

Critical situation in six districts in the northern part of the country. 30,000 people have fled their homes in fear of increasing the water level.

Flooded more than 20 hospitals and more than 200 schools. Oshakati City, which is the financial capital of Namba, cut off from the world, because spilled river flooded all the roads leading to it.

Full of seasonal river Kuyseb flowing into the Atlantic Ocean. Such a high level of water was not here in 1958. Flooding began even in the Namib Desert. Where until recently were endless sands, having a green oasis.

Torrential rains cause flooding and flooding, rampant for months in South Africa, Mozambique, Malawi, Zambia and Zimbabwe.


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