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Seychelles - Disaster Statistics

Data related to human and economic losses from disasters that have occurred between 1980 and 2010.

Natural Disasters from 1980 - 2010


Overview

No of events: 4
No of people killed: 8
Average killed per year: 0
No of people affected: 18,328
Average affected per year: 591
Economic Damage (US$ X 1,000): 31,700
Economic Damage per year (US$ X 1,000): 1,023


Natural Disaster Occurence Reported



Average Disaster Per Year

Drought: ...
Earthquake*: 0.03
Epidemic: 0.03
Extreme temp: ...
Flood: 0.03
Insect infestation: ...
Mass mov. dry: ...
Mass mov. wet: ...
Volcano: ...
Storm: 0.03
Wildfire: ...




Top 10 Natural Disasters Reported


Affected People

Disaster Date Affected (no. of people)
Storm 2002 6,800
Epidemic 2006 5,461
Earthquake* 2004 4,830
Flood 1997 1,237

Killed People

Disaster Date Killed (no. of people)
Flood 1997 5
Earthquake* 2004 3
Storm 2002 0
Epidemic 2006 0

Economic Damages

Disaster Date Cost (US$ X 1,000)
Earthquake* 2004 30,000
Flood 1997 1,700
Storm 2002 0
Epidemic 2006 0



Statistics Per Event


Killed People

Drought: ...
Earthquake*: 3.00
Epidemic: ...
Extreme temp: ...
Flood: 5.00
Insect infestation: ...
Mass mov. dry: ...
Mass mov. wet: ...
Volcano: ...
Storm: ...
Wildfire: ...

Affected People

Drought: ...
Earthquake*: 4,830.00
Epidemic: 5,461.00
Extreme temp: ...
Flood: 1,237.00
Insect infestation: ...
Mass mov. dry: ...
Mass mov. wet: ...
Volcano: ...
Storm: 6,800.00
Wildfire: ...

Economic Damages

Drought: ...
Earthquake*: 30,000.00
Epidemic: ...
Extreme temp: ...
Flood: 1,700.00
Insect infestation: ...
Mass mov. dry: ...
Mass mov. wet: ...
Volcano: ...
Storm: ...
Wildfire: ...


Statistics By Disasters Type


Percentage of reported people killed by disaster type

Percentage of reported people affected by disaster type




Estimated economic damages reported by disaster type (US$ X 1,000)

*: Including tsunami


More information and data on: www.emdat.be/

Source of data: "EM-DAT: The OFDA/CRED International Disaster Database, Université catholique de Louvain, Brussels, Bel."
Data version: v11.08

Data displayed does not imply national endorsement