West Sumatra and Jambi Natural Disasters : Damage, Loss and Preliminary Needs Assessment
The two consecutive earthquakes that hit the provinces of West Sumatera and Jambi on 30 September abd 1 October caused widespread damage across both provinces, killing over 1,100 people, injuring about 3,000, destroying livelihoods, and disrupting economic activity and social conditions. Resulting landslides in West Sumatra left scores of houses and several vilages buried, disrupting power and communications for days. The first of these events was left across Sumatra and Java in Indonesia, and in neighboring Malaysia, Singapore and Thailand.
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