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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 start from scratch[clears the canvas] 2010 Haiti Earthquake An earthquake is when two or more of the earth's techtonic plates rub against each othercausing the buildings or structures above it to shake extremely violently. The one that hit Haiti was measured at a magnitude of 7.0, followed by two after-shocks that measured at 5.0 and 5.2. 1.5 million The estimated number of people that have been displaced from Port-au-Prince, Haiti. 1,000 23% 4,992 of all the schools in Haiti, or schools have been affected and destroyed by the earthquake, therefore bringing down the amount of education. 80% of the total Haitian population is now below the poverty linedue to the 7.0 magnitudeearthquake. The earthquake affected not only Port-au-Prince, the capital of Haiti but many other cities within it's radius. 188,387 houses were damaged in Port-au-Prince, along with 97,294 houses completely destroyed. The pie chart on the left showshow much donation support Haiti receivedfrom the rest of the world from 2010-2014. The bar graph on the left showswhat amount of donation moneythe Haitian government spenton each sector. The earthquake only furthered Haiti's notorious un-employmentrate since the majority of Haiti'sagriculture and industries was destroyed (i.e. lumber). The chart on the left shows twodifferent earthquakes thathappened in two different countries. The Haiti earthquake killed more people and left more homeless. The few lucky number of Haitian orphans that have been adopted into the United States from the "Help Haiti Act."
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