There are evacuation center in Minamisanriku that were only able to get one day's worth of relief supplies every three days. Civic Force staff encountered a small-scale evacuation center while pounding the pavement in search of places that were not receiving relief. When we delivered some vital food products and daily necessities, a fisherman in his 60s looked at the supplies, and his eyes fell on cans of tuna. In tears, the man said, "I'm glad I've made it this far."
More than 90,000 people are taking refuge, and the percentage of those moving into emergency temporary housing is on the order of 40%. Still, the water outage continues at close to 60,000 households, and the removal of rubble remains at approximately be steady; also, the process will be continuing for a long time.
At the Civic Force, there is a plan for forward movements for the restoration and rebuilding and to continue proactively supporting the affected areas.
In regards to the lifestyle rebuilding of people in the affected areas, we will continue to support the removal of phenomenon that have become a barrier.
We will be engaged in the relocation project from the early planning stages to develop sustainable communities. By maintaining local communities as well as integrating novel aspects such as aging, environment and energy policies to the relocation plan, we believe we could contribute to develop better local communities.
Upon having bathed for the first time in about a month, a 50-year-old man exclaimed,
“Now I am human again at last” - Uninscribed, Rebuilding survivors' life style
Total Funding Received to Date: $1,080
Remaining Goal to be Funded: $73,920
Total Funding Goal: $75,000
This project has provided additional documentation in a PDF file (projdoc.pdf).