JAKARTA- Climate Change Indonesia. A catastrophic and devastating and hit Indonesia last Friday destroying the of Palu and surrounding areas. The Government Officials toll the reporters so far registered 384 people killed and the expecting to raise in the following days.

For the time being all communications system damaged in the country, as a result, the relief officials efforts effective at hundred percent so be to process correctly the rescue operation properly.

now really to any Donggala regency, affected area in the north of Palu the closest point the epicenter of the 7.5 magnitude quake.

A massive evacuation diligence operated In Palu, to help more than 16,000 people were evacuated to some to avoid aftershock effects particularly in the such as Donggala, the of Sulawesi.

Let remind Palu the capital of Sulawesi province, a populated area at the of a narrow bay the coast of Sulawesi , estimated population of 379,800 in 2017.

The celebrating its 40th a day off for workers, students and government officials and the after the hit them during the festive , made Friday a very sad .

affected Donggala, site a regency stretching along more than 300 km (180 miles) of coastline in the northwest of Sulawesi . The Regency, administrative region below a province, had estimated population of 299,200 in 2017.

The Sulawesi where a fishing and farming area is badly hit also, have a huge economic impact the population because area is the economic backbone of the country. Because the Sulawesi this province is the pivot market economy, especially for between the coastal region of Donggala, the Nickel mining exploitation, and the commercial rapport existing between this province and the show area in Morowali, on the opposite coast of Sulawesi.

This is the first time Palu and Donggala hit by tsunamis several in the past 100 years, to Indonesia’s Disaster Mitigation Agency.

In 1938, a killed more than 200 people and destroyed hundreds of houses in Donggala. A also struck western Donggala in 1996, killing .

Indonesia is very delicate country sits on the seismically Pacific Ring of Fire a high-risk area and is regularly hit by earthquakes and tsunami combined.

Here some of the devastating earthquakes and tsunamis hit this region in the most recent years:

– 2004: A major quake on the western coast of Indonesia’s Aceh province in northern Sumatra on . 26 triggered a tsunami that struck 14 countries, killing 226,000 people along Indian Ocean coastline, more than of them in Aceh.

– 2005: A series of strong quakes hit the western coast of Sumatra in late March and early April. Hundreds died in Nias Island, off the coast of Sumatra.

– 2006: A 6.8 magnitude hit south of Java, Indonesia’s most populated island, triggering a tsunami that smashed into the southern coast, killing nearly 700 people.

– 2009: A 7.6 magnitude quake struck the city of Padang, capital of Sumatra province. More than 1,100 people were killed.

– 2010: A 7.5 magnitude quake hit of the Mentawai islands, off Sumatra, triggering up to a tsunami of up to 10 meters that destroyed dozens of villages and killed around 300 people.

– 2016: A shallow quake hit the Pidie Jaya regency in Aceh, causing destruction and panic as people were reminded by the devastation of the deadly 2004 quake and tsunami. No tsunami triggered this time, but more than 100 were killed by fallen buildings.

– 2018: Major quakes hit Indonesia’s tourist island of Lombok, killing more than 500 people, mostly on the northern of the island. The quake destroyed thousands of buildings and left thousands of tourists temporarily stranded.