The Bitter Truth about Southeast Asian Floods | Part 1

Andreas Klippe no responses March 23, 2021

Southeast Asian countries experienced terrible floods in 2020. How did this affected the countries and the people?

The year 2020 is a year of flooding. Southeast Asian countries are no stranger to floods.

In 2020, several typhoons, along with other systems, passed through, landed, and left the countries of the said Asian region. 

Check the news briefs below to know more about the flooding situations that happened in Southeast Asia in the year 2020. 


It was reported that since June of 2020, extreme rainfall has led to massive flooding in many parts of Asia, including Southeast Asia. As flooding situations worsen, so are their negative impacts on the environment, the economy, and the society as a whole. 

Just what is happening to Southeast Asia?

As flooding situations worsen, so are their negative impacts on the environment, the economy, and the society as a whole.

Some accounts of people in their 60s will even say that the recent floodings are not something they experienced in the past. It’s new. It’s uncommonly, awfully new. Given that, do you think the flooding in many parts of Southeast Asia is getting worse in time?

Some questions that may still be worthy of finding answers are the following: 

  • What really are the causes of flooding? 
  • Why does it seem to worsen as time goes by?
  • What are the consequences of flooding?
  • Is there a solution for this?

We will try to answer all these questions on my next blog! Follow us and learn more about the Southeast Asia floods and their effect on you!

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Andreas Klippe

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Andreas Klippe is founder of the Asian Center for Flood Control located in Clark Freeport Zone, Philippines.

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