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Natural Disasters by Emma

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  • 1. Natural Disasters 2011
  • 2. Outline Top five natural disasters Japan’s disaster Who helped How do people in Japan cope today
  • 3. Top 5 natural disasters in 2011 The Brisbane flood on the 12th of January in Australia.
  • 4. Top 5 natural disasters in 2011 The Christchurch earthquake on the 21st of February in New Zealand.
  • 5. Top 5 natural disasters in 2011 The Northern Japan earthquake and tsunami on the 11th of March in Asia.
  • 6. Top 5 natural disasters in 2011 The Thailand flood on the 20th of October in Asia.
  • 7. Top 5 natural disasters in 2011 The Turkey earthquake on the 23rd of October in Europe.
  • 8. Who helped There were many aid-organisations helping out during the Japan earthquake and tsunami such as: – The Red Cross – UNICEF – Salvation Army USA – World Vision – International found for Animal Welfare – Etc.
  • 9. They helped by : Organising shelters. Getting doctors to help with wounds and injury. Supplying medicine and food. Transferring people to safety. Rebuilding homes. Lots more……
  • 10. How do people cope today? Japan still struggles to rebuild. Thousands of survivors can not move in to their homes. More than 84.000 get supported by friends and family.
  • 11. Pictures
  • 12. By…Emma Sampson in Room 23

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