Building complex lying on its side from magnitude 6.4 earthquake that struck Tainan City in February 2016
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How to help people cope following a natural disaster

The island of Taiwan lies at the convergence of two tectonic plates and is prone to earthquakes.

Many of those who experienced the deadly quake that killed around 2,500 people in 1999 suffered delayed psychological problems.

Lessons learned from that quake are now helping those stricken by disasters not only return to a normal life, but also regain their psychological wellbeing.

Cindy Sui reports from Taiwan.

  • 19 Mar 2016
  • From the section Health
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