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THE HUMAN TOLL


Country Fatalities Missing1 Total Source
Indonesia 130,736 37,000 167,736 Joint One Year Report, December 20052
Sri Lanka 35,322   35,322 Joint One Year Report, December 20053
India 12,405 5,640 18,045 Government of India, January 2006.
Maldives 82 26 108 Government of the Maldives, National Disaster Management Center, December 2005.
Thailand4 8,212   8,212 Department of Disaster Prevention and Mitigation, Ministry of Interior, October 2005.
Myanmar 61   61 UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) - UNDP, Brief on Tsunami Response in Six Less Affected Countries, November 2005.
Malaysia 69 6 75 OCHA - UNDP, Brief on Tsunami Response in Six Less Affected Countries, November 2005.
Somalia 78 211 289 OCHA - UNDP, Brief on Tsunami Response in Six Less Affected Countries, November 2005.
Tanzania 13   13 OCHA - UNDP, Brief on Tsunami Response in Six Less Affected Countries, November 2005.
Seychelles 2   2 OCHA - UNDP, Brief on Tsunami Response in Six Less Affected Countries, November 2005.
Bangladesh 2   2 Press reports.
Kenya 1   1 OCHA - UNDP, Brief on Tsunami Response in Six Less Affected Countries, November 2005.
Total 186,983 42,883 229,866  

1. Some countries have not disaggregated between the deceased and the missing.
2. This report was undertaken by BRR, UN Office of the Recovery Coordinator, United Nations Development Program (UNDP), Asian Development Bank, International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC), and the World Bank.
3. This report was undertaken by the Government of Sri Lanka and coordinated by a steering committee consisting of the Ministry of Finance, THE National Planning Department, the Task Force for Rebuilding the Nation (TAFREN), the Asian Development Bank, UN agencies, the IFRC, and non-governmental organizations.
4. In Thailand, fatalities include 2,448 foreign tourists from 37 other countries.