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25 Feb 2016
blog By Satoko Nakagawa Tags: Statistics, 2015

In 2015, ReliefWeb topped our own record again for the number of site visits and reports and maps published. 2015 saw 14.5 million sessions, a 20% increase from the previous year, by 5.7 million users, almost 16% increase in the same period.

ReliefWeb added 61,287 reports and maps (+11.66% from 2014), 10% of which were on the Syria crisis (more than 5,500 content). We highlighted almost 1,900 reports as headlines. In 19 years of operating, ReliefWeb had archived more than 653,000 pieces of humanitarian content as at the end of 2015.

Our disaster coverage also increased in 2015 to 88 disasters, a 14% increase from the previous year. One of the most devastating in the year, the Nepal earthquake, triggered a record daily usage, with 81,911 sessions on 2 May 2015, one week after the earthquake. Overall, usage from Nepal increased by 152% during the year.

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