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24 Jun 2011 description

A year after the devastating January 2010 earthquake many Haitian children have created songs, poems, drawings and theatrical pieces to thank AusAID for supporting their recovery.

AusAID helped support the recovery by funding 24 physically safe areas for children to learn and play in. They were created under Plan International Haiti's $400,000 Australian contribution to the post-earthquake program.

24 Jan 2011 description
report UN News Service

24 janvier 2011 - En 2010, près de 373 catastrophes naturelles ont été recensées dans le monde, tuant plus de 296.800 personnes, affectant plus de 20 millions d'autres et coûtant près de 110 milliards de dollars aux Etats, indique un rapport du Centre de recherche sur l'épidémiologie des catastrophes (CRED) de l'Université catholique de Louvain, en Belgique, réalisé en partenariat avec l'organe de l'ONU chargé de la Stratégie internationale de prévention des catastrophes (ONUSIPC).

Les deux catastrophes les plus meurtrières ont été le séisme du 12 janvier en Haïti, …

24 Jan 2011 description

Geneva - Some 373 natural disasters killed over 296,800 people in 2010, affecting nearly 208 million others and costing nearly US$110 billion, according to the Centre for Research on the Epidemiology of Disasters (CRED).

The top two most lethal disasters -- the 12 January earthquake in Haiti, which killed over 222,500 people, as well as the Russian heat wave in summer, which caused about 56,000 fatalities made 2010 the deadliest years in at least two decades.

"These figures are bad, but could be seen as benign in years to come," said Margareta Wahlström, …