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 - On 26 December 2004, an earthquake off the west coast of Northern Sumatra led to the most destructive series of tsunamis in recorded history, killing more than 220,000 people and ...leer más
22/12/2014
 - The Asian tsunami of 26 December 2004 killed nearly 300 000 people and devastated the livelihoods of millions more, many of them poor fishers and fish farmers. Indeed, fisheries and ...leer más
20/12/2007
 -  Six months after the tsunami disaster, FAO continues to focus efforts on the rehabilitation of the food production in coastal communities. FAO Regional Coordinator of the tsunami response programme, Alex Jones, ...leer más
23/06/2005
 -  Fisheries are the worst affected sector after the tsunami. There is an urgent need to rehabilitate it in a coordinated, appropriate and sustainable manner. Priorities are, here, listed by Jeremy ...leer más
17/02/2005
 - Richard China is the Rome-based Co-ordinator for FAO's response to the tsunami; he recently visited Sri Lanka, the Maldives, Indonesia and Thailand. Commenting on the progress made to the ...leer más
27/01/2005
 - On 26 Dec 2004, the fourth-largest earthquake in a century erupted underwater off the Indonesian province of Aceh, causing a tsunami that accelerate to speeds of more than 600 kilometres ...leer más
20/01/2005
 -  FAO will have to help tsunami hit-fishermen rebuild their boats and revive the fishing business in the affected districts, according to Jeremy Turner.
13/01/2005