14 Mar '11, 11am

For Singaporeans - Please

An earthquake with a magnitude of 8.8 had hit Japan at 14:46 on 11March 2011. This was followed by a Tsunami of about 10 meters which entirely wiped out towns off the map. The death toll stands at 413 confirmed dead, 784 missing and 1128 injured. Figures are predicted to increase. What has been done so far? Since the disaster, the Japanese Red Cross (JRCS) and the International Federation of Red Cross Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) have been working more than 24 hours to assist in the aftermath of the disaster. The full picture of the scale of devastation is still emerging and assessment on the situation is still ongoing. At present, the JRCS has 86 medical teams, comprising of 400 doctors, nurses and support staff and have been providing assistance in affected areas through mobile medical clinics, as well as assessing the damage and needs of the communities affected. Over ...

Full article: http://www.redcross.org.sg/Japan-Disaster-2011.phtml

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