The Causes And Effects Of Natural Disasters

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Every year, 200 million people are affected by Natural disasters. Out of these 200 million, 250,000 people die, because of natural disasters so many beautiful places around the world are all being destroyed because of natural disasters.The global annual costs for property damage is between 50 to 100 billion US dollars. The number of natural disasters around the world has increased by more than four times in the last 20 years. Statistics show that the earth is experiencing approximately 500 natural disasters per year, compared to the 120 per year in the early 1980s. Aside from the obvious danger that natural disasters present. Typhoons, hurricanes and tsunamis often cause severe flooding, which can result in the spread of waterborne bacteria and malaria. After natural disasters, food can become scarce. Thousands of people around the world go hungry as a result of destroyed crops and a loss of agricultural supplies. The impacts of hunger following an earthquake, typhoon or hurricane can deadly. Natural disasters can be particularly traumatic for young children. Confronted with scenes of destruction and the deaths of friends and loved ones, many children develop post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), a serious psychological condition resulting from extreme trauma. As you can see Natural disasters are a big problem, and unfortunately there is no way to stop it. Though there is no way we can stop natural disasters from happening, we can prevent people from getting injured, or

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