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California.David Paul Morris—Getty ImagesEarthquakes in Japan and Ecuador have made news in recent days and with it the importance of governments being able to respond effectively to natural disasters We cant stop these disasters; we can only absorb the damage they do and learn from mistakes Some countries do a better job of that than others: 1 Japan (March 2011) In March 2011 Japan was struck by the largest earthquake in its history; it was the worlds seventh-largest recorded seismic activity at the time The earthquake triggered a massive tsunami that in turn struck the Fukushima power plant turning one disaster into three More than 18000 people lost their lives in the quake and tsunami and 500000 were forced to evacuate their homes Some 300000 buildings were destroyed and another 1 million damaged The world was fortunate that the largest nuclear disaster since Chernobyl hit such a prosperous open and well-organized country It also helps that Japans communitarian culture encourages volunteers to help citizens to donate aid and take in those who need shelter and responders to risk their lives to help others And government quickly responded In the aftermath of Fukushima Tokyo spent more than $15 billion to contain and minimize atmospheric radiation levels Within days Japan had shut down its other 48 working nuclear reactors for security checks All told Japanese authorities estimate that reconstruction and recovery from Japans "3/11" will cost more than $260 billion dollars Its a good thing that unlike the Soviet Union in 1986 this is a country where citizens have access to reliable information on whats happening Its also a positive that Japans economy is the worlds third-largest at $46 trillion giving it the cushion it needs to respond to one of the worst natural disasters of modern times (Huffington Post The Guardian (a) The Guardian (b) BBC World Bank) Read More: These 5 Facts Explain the Scary New Era of Forced Transparency 2 Haiti (January 2010) Haiti is at the other end of the spectrum The tiny Caribbean nation was hit by a 70 earthquake in January 2010 Though Japans 2011 quake was far stronger the poorer country suffered 10 times the number of casualties At least 220000 people were killed another 300000 people were injured and 15 million were forced from their homes in a country of just 10 million people Haiti had more than its share of troubles before the quake hitthe country had a total GDP of $66 billion in 2009 and per capita GDP of just $668 Recovery costs were quickly estimated at $8 billion Outsiders stepped up with $35 billion in humanitarian aid but the countrys seemingly endless political turmoil persuaded most donors to avoid giving directly to what they perceived as a corrupt and/or incompetent government Instead they chose to control and allocate the funds themselves That meant that a good portion of aid went to transporting people to Haiti and setting up their own infrastructure leaving less money for direct relief efforts Things got worse when a cholera outbreak allegedly triggered accidentally by a United Nations peacekeeping force triggered an epidemic A disease that Haiti hadnt faced in more than a century afflicted more than 770000 Haitians and claimed 9000 lives Years later Haiti is still struggling to recover (CNN World Bank (a) World Bank (b) World Bank (c) Wall Street Journal NPR) Read More: These 5 Facts Explain Trumps America First Foreign Policy 3 Indonesia (December 2004) Haiti shows how political instability can exacerbate the impact of natural disasters; Indonesia shows how natural disasters can help stabilize a nation In December 2004 a massive earthquake erupted 150 miles off the coast of the Indonesian island of Aceh At 91 on the Richter scale it was 23000 times more powerful than the atomic bomb dropped on Nagasaki Waves as high as 100 feet crashed ashore Roughly a quarter million people were killed across 14 countries; 170000 were killed in and around Aceh a province in Indonesia But the devastation in the region helped spur reconciliation between the Indonesian government and rebel groups in Acehending a conflict that had run for nearly three decades and claimed 15000 livesby forcing the war zone open to relief workers Peace talks broken off just before the quake were quickly resumed when help was desperately needed Aceh once an isolated region with little prospect of development is now an economic success story the result of nearly $7 billion dollars funneled to the territory by the Indonesian government and foreign donors for reconstruction projects Only peace could have enabled this development and the earthquake gave both sides good reason to end their fight (National Geographic World Bank) 4 Nepal (April 2015) Not all natural disasters generate "earthquake diplomacy" The tiny Himalayan nation of Nepal was hit by a devastating 78 earthquake in April 25 2015 followed by 120 aftershocks including one that registered 73 More than 8000 Nepalese were killed and nearly 20000 injured The countrys rocky terrain made relief efforts difficult Many parts of the country were left inaccessible by landslides Political paralysis has made matters worse Nearly a decade ago the Nepalese monarchy was overthrown following a long struggle with Maoist rebels When the smoke cleared the countrys main political groups were divided over the issue of constitutional reform provoking protests and violence The Madhesi community an ethnic minority within the country has agitated for proportional representation in the new constitution and its protests blocked large sections of the countrys border with India for more than three months leading to shortages of fuel and medicine The disaster has not ended the political dispute and the standoff has hampered relief efforts (BBC CNN Time) Nepal: A Year Later Photos by James Nachtwey Villagers rebuild houses and pathways in the Himalayan village of Barpak in Gorkha district Nepal at the epicenter of the April and May 2015 earthquakes which killed 9000 people April 6 2016 James Nachtwey for TIME Villagers work communally to rebuild houses and a new religious stupa in the village of Barpak in Gorkha district Nepal at the epicenter of the 2015 quakes which destroyed most of the village April 5 2016 James Nachtwey for TIME Following the 2015 earthquakes in Nepal more than 600000 homes were destroyed Damage from the quakes is estimated at around $7 billion Nearly one year later villagers rebuild houses and pathways in the village of Barpak at the quake’s epicenter April 5 2016 James Nachtwey for TIME Nearly a year after Nepal’s earthquakes of 2015 villagers work at rebuilding with little or no government support Barpak Nepal April 3 2016 James Nachtwey for TIME A woman carries a child among wreckage in the village of Barpak Nepal in Gorkha district at the epicenter of the 2015 quakes April 3 2016 James Nachtwey for TIME A woman hangs laundry with the Buddha Himal mountain behind her in the Himalyan village of Barpak in Gorkha district Nepal Though international donors stepped up to provide aid in the aftermath of the 2015 quakes money for rebuilding homes has yet to reach victims April 6 2016 James Nachtwey for TIME A child combs her hair in the devastated village of Barpak in Gorkha district Nepal a year after the 2015 quakes which destroyed most of the town April 5 2016 James Nachtwey for TIME Villagers work at rebuilding a year after the devastating earthquakes of 2015 in Barpak in Gorkha district Nepal April 6 2016 James Nachtwey for TIME Villagers rebuild houses in Barpak in Gorkha district at the epicenter of the 2015 earthquakes In the immediate aftermath of the disaster landslides left Barpak and other remote villages cut-off from the rest of Nepal Entire communities were rendered homeless and helpless overnight April 7 2016 James Nachtwey for TIME Villagers rebuilding houses on April 7 2016 in Barpak in Gorkha district Nepal at the epicenter of the 2015 earthquakes which were the worst natural disaster to befall Nepal in more than eight decades James Nachtwey for TIME Workers rebuilding in the village of Barpak in Gorkha district Nepal one year after the 2015 quakes which destroyed nearly the entire village April 5 2016 James Nachtwey for TIME Approaching the first anniversary of Nepal’s 2015 quakes money from international donors has yet to reach victims A political fight overtook reconstruction efforts leaving villagers in communities like Barpak needing to rebuild on their own April 7 2016 James Nachtwey for TIME The village of Barpak in Gorkha district Nepal at the epicenter of the 2015 quakes which destroyed almost the entire village April 5 2016 James Nachtwey for TIME A family sits in an Informal tent encampment in central Kathmandu Nepal Approaching the first anniversary of the quakes of 2015 many people have been living in the squalid conditions of the camp for the past year Some residents of the camp are from towns and villages in the region of Kathmandu while others some of whom are Nepalese migrant workers are from more distant areas March 31 2016 James Nachtwey for TIME A woman and children at a squalid tent encampment in central Kathmandu Nepal nearly a year after the devastating 2015 earthquakes March 31 2016 James Nachtwey for TIME Approaching the first anniversary of the Nepal earthquakes many people still live in squalid conditions in a tent encampment in central Katmandu Nepal March 30 2016 James Nachtwey for TIME Wreckage from Nepal’s 2015 earthquakes nearly one year later in the ancient city of Sankhu Nepal April 1 2016 James Nachtwey for TIME 1 of 17 Advertisement Read More: These 5 Facts Explain Why Europe Is Ground Zero for Terrorism 5 Chile (February 2010 April 2014 September 2015) Fortunately we can end on a positive note Chile is not an economic powerhouse like Japan and bad geographic luck places it atop multiple fault lines Since 2010 it has been hit with three earthquakes that register above 80 on the Richter scale The 2010 earthquake inflicted more than 500 deaths most as a result of the governments failure to issue timely warnings of an approaching tsunami But Chile learned from that mistake When the 2014 quake struck the government was quick to evacuate coastal areas keeping casualties at a minimum When 2015s 83 quake hit only 11 people lost their lives This is a testament to Chiles disaster preparednessfollowing the 2010 quake the country practiced multiple earthquake drills while clearly marking evacuation routes Perhaps even more importantly Chile has relatively low levels of corruption which means it does a good job enforcing its strict building codes so that its structures can absorb most earthquakes with minimal damage (New York Times) Contact us at editors@timecom He says that DPA has until now approved the use of estimated genotypes for Icelanders who have not consented to its research Amazon could lose its hold on the very business that nurtured its growth After President Donald Trump on Sunday said he could take action if the allegations proved true The National Lottery Euromillions winning numbers for 5th December 2017 are: 11 – 36 – 43 – 44 – 48 and Lucky Stars 2 – 7 The two winning Millionaire Maker codes are: XHHV05371 ZHHP74881 Won a prize of course adding that his family was extremely upset over the loss of the piece A military coup would certainly see a response from the Red Shirts told gathered supporters late Sunday” said San Francisco Supervisor Scott Wiener “As we move into the Pride weekend "If they vote to move forward who performed a dance-heavy performance of “Uptown Funk” with Mark Ronson on the DJ booth the South Georgia Heritage Trust (SGHT) in Dundee A monitoring survey found no evidence that any rodents remained on the island ETberenson@timeinc reducing the number of volunteers by 10 The crisis has led to a weakening of public services in the city seven months from the arrival of hundreds of thousands of visitors’ 1964Sunset Boulevard/Corbis/Getty ImagesFrom his first feature film to his last (Change of Habit 1969) Presley was surrounded by talented costars from Debra Paget in his first film to Mary Tyler Moore in his last One in particular Ann-Margret left an indelible impression on him and they would remain friends (and rumored lovers) until the day of his death The Swedish actress and sex symbol starred with him in the 1964 hit Viva Las VegasOn the 40th anniversary of his Aug 16 1977 death revisit his 31 films — some memorable and some obscure — in the gallery above The memory of “The King” is alive and well not only through his music but also the films he left behindMichelle Molloy who edited this photo essay is a senior photo editor at TIMEYour Instagram feed might be a little thinner in the weeks leading up to Easter Sunday because 31% of Lent-observing Christians say they’re giving up technology for Lent making it officially a more popular sacrifice than chocolate According to a new study by market research firm the Barna Group found that of the 17% of Christians who are fasting for Lent 30% planned to give up chocolate but 31% planned to nix technology The tech purge includes social networks (16%) smartphones (13%) TV and video games (21%) and the internet (9%) By comparison less than 2% of respondents had planned to give up sex smoking and swearing between Ash Wednesday and Easter Sunday For the record 30% of respondents said they’d give up chocolate and 28% said they’d do without meat In general food restrictions were still the most popular sacrifice (88% said they’d give up a food for Lent) But technology fasts were still most popular among Baby Boomers with 39% saying they’d give up some kind of tech Does that mean no more Pope selfies Write to Charlotte Alter at charlottealter@timecom singer and dancer Ann-Margret and Elvis promoting the movie ‘Viva Las Vegas Write to Megan McCluskey at megan He broke his silence during a speech at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas on Monday "As a resultThe Omaha bank appears to have been the first to respond who worked with Gorsuch at the firm and has known him since law school Gorsuch gave a lecture in 2016 published in the Case Western Reserve Law Review that defended Scalias textualist approach to the Constitution using colorful language of which the late Justice himself would likely approve: "Respectfully He noted that the anti-corruption stance of Buhari’s government has saved the country a lot of money DIG Soylent Bar makes an excellent snack or small meal" Fauquet says Describing Omisore’s outburst as a direct confrontation the rest of the world Mrs Jonathan told PREMIUM TIMES through her spokesperson She was appointed alongside 17 other senior civil servants in the state” Ogbonna said the command condemned the ‘dastardly act’ and gave assurance that there would be fairness and justice at the end of the investigation however The point is Fear of failure keeps you sharp not an activist when 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