Rio de Janeiro, Brazil | February, 2022

Dataset period: 22 days

Intense rainfall in Petrópolis, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil caused mudslides and flooding that destroyed parts of the city. At least 231 people died in the disaster.
The city of Petrópolis received an unusually high amount of rain within three hours, 258 millimetres (10.2 in). This was more than the prior 30 days combined, and the worst the city had seen since 1932.

Comparison of no. of people in cities where people originated (i.e. where their pre-crisis home was) vs. where people are located post crisis

Comparison between displaced male vs female population in pre-crisis cities