The government in Bolivia reported on 20 February that heavy rain and flooding in eastern parts of Cochabamba Department, in particular Villa Tunari and Chimoré districts.
A total of around 700 families from indigenous communities, mostly Yuracarés and Yuquis, have been affected.
Senamhi reported several rivers in the area were at orange alert level or higher, including the Chapare, Isiboro and Ichilo.
Eslewhere in the department, heavy rain caused the Taquiña river to break its banks on 21 February, causing widespread damage in areas of Tiquipaya.
B - Chimoré, Bolivia
C - Chapare river at Santa Rosa del Chapare - River level 9.99 metres
D - Isiboro river, Gundonovia, Bolivia - River level 8.57 metres
E - Ichilo River at Puerto Villarroel - River level 7.1 metres
Chapare river at Santa Rosa del Chapare - February 19 to February 19, 2020
Senamhi figures. Danger level is 10.19
Isiboro river, Gundonovia, Bolivia - February 19 to February 19, 2020
Danger is 8.25
Ichilo River at Puerto Villarroel - February 19 to February 19, 2020
Danger is 7.75
Yuracarés, Cochabamba - February 19 to February 24, 2020
ABI reported 872 families