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Earthquakes (oral presentation)
Transcript of Earthquakes (oral presentation)
It has been estimated that over 3,500,000 were affected by the earthquake.
220,000 have been estimated to have lost their lives in this disastrous event.
over 1.5 million people lost their homes in the event. The entire world banded together to support Haiti in the time of devastation and turmoil. The following YouTube video is about raising money for Haiti. Although there has been many large efforts towards rebuilding Haiti, most of the government civil servants died in the tragic earthquake, hardly any effort has been used to rebuild the devastated surroundings of Haiti. The effect this earthquake has on the population of Haiti is that it is estimated that over 70% of the population are living in poverty, How can we prepare for an earthquake? During an Earthquake inside and outside- During and earthquake take cover beneath a sturdy piece of furniture or a wall making sure that you are far away from any objects that could harm you in the event. Also making sure you are far away from windows and glass as it could harm you. If you are outside stay clear of any buildings and other objects that could fall on you during the event of an earthquake. After the Earthquake- help others in need, be prepared for aftershocks as these can cause the most harm. Stay out of damaged buildings and help clean up the damaged areas on the street. Any questions?