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280218_Luxor-Egypt SECAP Final_revised

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Receptors Extreme weather event River Nile level rise / drop Storms Potential effects Who/What is affected Feedback and Assessment by Governorate of Luxor - Impacts on public spaces (e.g. river banks) - Damages on river facilities - Damages in social facilities in afflicted areas - Burdening of the health care facilities due to the increased number of patients in hospitals facilities/infrastructure, facilities athletic Touristic sites, houses near river bank Schools, public places, municipal facilities, athletic facilities, hospitals *There is no sea in Luxor, instead there is river Nile rise/ drop * Storms occurrences are very low in the city of Luxor. Floods - Flooding of social facilities in afflicted areas - Burdening of the health care facilities due to the increased number of patients in hospitals Schools, public places, municipal facilities, athletic facilities, hospitals** * Floods occurrences are very low; once every 5 years ** Houses and agriculture lands near river bank are more vulnerable. Extreme heat - Increased cooling demands - Higher maintenance costs - Concrete’s damages - Urban heat island effect All building infrastructure Built Environment Building stock and material Droughts - Higher water demand All building infrastructure River Nile level rise / drop Storms - Extensive damages for buildings* near river bank - Flooding at the city level of all building infrastructure - Sinkholes collapse - Damages - Higher maintenance costs All building infrastructure, road network etc. All building infrastructure * The damages occur to buildings due to the increase in the underground water level near the river banks. Floods - Damages - Higher maintenance costs All building infrastructure Tourist Extreme heat - Lower tourists flows during the impacted seasons - Increased demand for cooling Tourists, tourist infrastructure, tourist related economy 103

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