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Essay | The Tsunami Disaster

This student essay consists of approximately 1 page of analysis of The Tsunami Disaster.
This section contains 291 words
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The Tsunami Disaster

Summary: The economic, health, and educational impact of the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami.
THE TSUNAMI DISASTER.

Impact of the tsunami. Destruction on the human mankind.

Economy

A lot of building, house damage, boats and other vehicles destroy. People homeless and they have to live in other place. The government have to spend a lot of money to rebuild the damage area that cause by the tsunami. The victims of the disaster also lost their belongings and job (e.g. fishermen) and at the same time it also affected the economy that based on the aquaculture. The tourism sector also will be affected because most of the people will think twice to go to the effected area such as Phuket, Thailand and this can influence the economy development because some of the country depends on the tourism sector to stabilise their economy.

Health

The PBB scientist alert that the epidemic disease will occur and spreads to the unaffected area. Starvation due to the lack of food and medicine causing malnutrition. Some of the medicine cannot reach certain area because of the lost connection. Many of the death body are not well manageable because they are many dead bodies. Because of that, this dead body contaminated the air and water. This can caused disease such cholera and malaria. The hospital facilities also destroyed and it will make the situation become worse.

Education.

Most of the students cannot attend to their school because their school was affected by the tsunami tragedy. They had lost their school so how they want to continue their studies in this short period of time? Most of the students will be left behind in their studies because they had to delay their studies until their schools are completely rebuilt. For the teacher they had to do more works and try their best to cope with some of the syllabus.

This section contains 291 words
(approx. 1 page at 300 words per page)
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