Sri Lanka floods and landslides
More than 300,000 people have been forced to leave their homes and seek shelter in temporary locations such as schools and other buildings after floods, landslides, and torrential rains in Sri Lanka. It is likely to be up to seven days before they can return home. Nearly 420,000 people are believed to be affected by the crisis, as of 19 May, according to the Disaster Management Center, 41 people are reported dead and dozens are more missing.
Low lying lands along the rivers of Kelani, Kalu, Mahaweli, Deduru Oya, Yan Oya, Maha Oya, Gin and Attanagalu Oya are amongst the worst affected.
Oxfam has already reached more than 10,000 people.
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