U. N has reported that flooding and rains have left 39 dead and 200,000 affected in Myanmar. The latest reports show that 39 people died and over 200,000 are “in need of lifesaving assistance” due to heavy rains, winds and flooding in Myanmar, United Nations agencies said on Monday, citing the country’s government. “The floods are hitting children and families who are already very vulnerable, including those living in camps in Rakhine state,” Shalini Bahuguna, from the UN Children's Fund (UNICEF), said in a press release. The floods that have hit most of the country are responded to by joint effort of local authorities, the military and international organizations.