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PNG Highlands Earthquake Situation Report No. 2, 14 March

Papua New Guinea | Highlands Earthquake
Situation Report No. 2 | 14 March 2018


Please find enclosed the link to Situation Report no. 2 on the highlands earthquake in Papua New Guinea. This report covers the period from 10 to 14 March 2018.

Highlights


544,368 affected people
270,442 people in need of assistance
18,200 displaced in 26 informal care centres
7 LLGs prioritized for urgent assistance

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