WHO Report on Tsunami Damage 1/13/05

See www.reliefweb.int


Areas affected

Damage

Displaced

Relief

Injured

Missing

Deaths

India

2260 KM of coastal land affected, penetrating 300m to 3 km. 3.6M people affected

897 villages, 157,393 dwelling units, 11,827 HA of cropped area, and 1.56B USD

646,820

594 relief camps with 377,512 people. 646,820 people evacuated

3,324 in Tamil Nadu only

5,628 (of which 5,542 from A&N islands

10,151

Indonesia

Aceh: Districts (14 out of 21); 1 mill. people

172 sub-districts, 1550 villages, and 21,659 houses destroyed

605,849


1,443 hospitalized

10,078

113,306

Malaysia

NW states of Penang and Kedah

8,000

30,000 in 9 camps

73 in-patient/ 694 outpatient

6

68

Maldives

20 atolls, 33% of population

100,000 people without homes

21663


2214

26

83

Myanmar

10-15,000 affected long-term. 5-7000 directly affected

592 houses of 17 villages destroyed

3,205 homeless/ households (638)


43

3

60-80

Sri Lanka

Affected families (97,925), houses (103, 753)

91,749 fully damaged houses and 25,731 partially damaged houses

491,008


15,122

5,903

30,725

Somalia

18,000 households. 650km of coastline, mostly on NE side

1,975 completely damaged houses

Existing IDP camps overburdened

283


150

Thailand

6 provinces on west Thai coast

6.85M Baht have been provided to assist victims

8,500 evacuated to other islands

47,708 rescue workers mobilized

8,457

3,498

5,309

 

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Posted January 13, 2005