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Japanearthquake 110320102221-phpapp02 Japanearthquake 110320102221-phpapp02 Presentation Transcript

    Calling for help..
  • 2011-03-11
    The date that will be remembered for the occurrence of the most devastating natural disaster in Japanese history
  • 8.9
    The magnitude of the earthquake that triggered the tsunami. This is the greatest magnitude earthquake to hit Japan since records have been kept.
  • 9.5
    Magnitude of the world's largest recorded quake, which took place in Chile on May 22, 1960, according to the USGS.
  • 8
    Estimated number of feet that Japan’s main island shifted as a result of the earthquake.
  • 8,133
    People were confirmed dead by police, quoted by Kyodo news agency, as of 20th March,2011.
  • 15,000
    Number of dead there would exceed
  • 12,272
    People are still missing
  • 362,877
    People have been evacuated and are staying at shelters
  • 200,000
    Rough number of people – living near the distressed Daiichi nuclear power plant in Fukushima Prefecture
  • 2,367
    Shelters created so far
  • 249,879
    Households in the north were without electricity
  • 1.04 million
    Households in 11 prefectures were without running water
  • 117,274
    Buildings have been damaged, with at least 14,407 completely destroyed
  • 15 trillion yen
    Barclays Capital estimates economic losses. That's roughly 3 per cent of Japan's GDP.
  • $100 billion
    Minimum estimate of losses of the quake, tsunami and fires, According to catastrophe modeling firm Eqecat.
  • $40 billion
    Damage to infrastructure such as roads, rail and port facilities.
  • $15-35 billion
    Estimated amount of losses caused by the earthquake alone that may be covered by insurance, according to AIR Worldwide.
  • 14% to 17%
    The estimated amount of Japanese businesses and homeowners with earthquake insurance
  • 1,000 times
    Radiation levels inside the plant are more than normal levels, Nuclear and Industrial Safety Agency
  • $23 million
    Donations to help Japan in fast 2 day, according to an early tally by the American Red Cross and the Chronicle of Philanthropy, a newspaper covering nonprofit organizations.
  • More than $150 million
    Amount raised for relief within four days of the January 2010 earthquake in Haiti, according to the Chronicle of Philanthropy
  • 116
    Countries and 28 international organizations had offered assistance to Japan
  • Donation
    http://www.google.com/crisisresponse/japanquake2011.html single stop Information website
  • Credit
    Pictures : Boston Big Pictures
    Numbers: BBC News, Reuters ,CNN , National Police Agency of Japan
    Note: Numbers till 20th march,
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