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  • Help Tohoku residents access medical care by air posted a progress report
    Monthly Report vol.42
    By - Jangwoo Lee - Program unit
    How Disaster-affected Children Are Living “Today” “I lost a lot of precious people and things such as family, friends and a home, but since the earthquake, I have learned about the kindness of people and how tough it is to keep living. Now I can feel grateful about everything.” Recently, we received...
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  • Help Tohoku residents access medical care by air has received 1 donation
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  • Help Tohoku residents access medical care by air has received 1 donation
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  • Help Tohoku residents access medical care by air posted a progress report
    Monthly Report vol.40
    By - Jangwoo Lee - Program unit
    Thank you for your continuous support for Civic Force. More than 320,000 people dead, about 620,000 people injured and about 220 trillion yen of economic loss—. According to an announcement by the government, these are some of the estimated damages that will result from the anticipated Nankai Trough Earthquake. The...
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  • Help Tohoku residents access medical care by air has received 5 donations
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  • Help Tohoku residents access medical care by air has received 1 donation
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  • Help Tohoku residents access medical care by air has made updates to their project page.
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  • Help Tohoku residents access medical care by air has made updates to their project page.
    • 8 months ago
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  • Help Tohoku residents access medical care by air posted a progress report
    Monthly Report vol.39
    By - JANGWOO LEE - Project coordinator
     The Asia-Pacific region, including Japan, has long been affected by many earthquakes, tsunamis, volcanic eruptions,floods, and typhoons. Every year, these areas suffer various kinds of damage caused by natural disasters. A report by the United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction(UNISDR), indicated that 75% of...
    • 8 months ago
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  • Help Tohoku residents access medical care by air posted a progress report
    Monthly Report vol.38
    By - Jangwoo Lee - Program unit
    Thank you for your continuous support for Civic Force. Three years ago in May 2011, many volunteers from all over the country came to work in the areas affected by the Great East Japan Earthquake during the Golden Week and other holidays. They removed mud and cleaned up debris. Many other people have also participated in...
    • 11 months ago
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  • Help Tohoku residents access medical care by air posted a progress report
    Monthly Report vol.37
    By - Jangwoo Lee - Program unit
    Thank you for your continuous support for Civic Force. Three years and a month have passed since the occurrence of the Great East Japan Earthquake. In the disaster affected Sanriku coastal areas including Miyagi and Iwate Prefectures, efforts to build new towns are gradually getting underway, such as elevating ground, and...
    • 11 months ago
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  • Help Tohoku residents access medical care by air posted a progress report
    Monthly Report vol.36
    By - Jangwoo Lee - Program unit
    Thank you for your continuous support for Civic Force. Exactly, three years have passed since the Great East Japan Earthquake on March 11, 2011. We would like to offer our deepest sympathy to all victims. There is still a long way to go before the disaster areas will fully recover.  The longer the reconstruction takes,...
    • 11 months ago
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  • Help Tohoku residents access medical care by air posted a progress report
    Monthly Report vol.35
    By - Jangwoo Lee - Program unit
    Thank you for your continuous support for Civic Force. Two years and eleven months have passed since the Great East Japan Earthquake on March 11, 2011.While infrastructure has been improved and the reconstruction effort has become visible in the disaster affected areas, roughly 270,000 people have evacuated or moved to...
    • 11 months ago
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  • Help Tohoku residents access medical care by air posted a progress report
    Monthly Report vol.34
    By - Jangwoo Lee - Coordinator
    Two years and ten months after the Great East Japan Earthquake Thank you for your continuous support for Civic Force.Tomorrow marks two years and ten months since the Great East Japan Earthquake.People in the coastal areas of Tohoku region, which were severely damaged by the earthquake and tsunami, started the third New...
    • 11 months ago
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  • Help Tohoku residents access medical care by air posted a progress report
    Monthly Report vol.33
    By - Jangwoo Lee - Coodinator
    Two years and nine months after the Great East Japan Earthquake Two years and nine months have passed since the Great East Japan Earthquake. In the disaster-hit Tohoku region, more than 300,000 people have been forced to live an uncomfortable life as evacuees. Reconstruction has just started. While we have been struggling...
    • 11 months ago
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  • Help Tohoku residents access medical care by air has received 1 donation
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  • Help Tohoku residents access medical care by air has received 13 donations
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  • Help Tohoku residents access medical care by air posted a progress report
    Double your donations today to support Masayuki's health care delivery in Tohoku!
    By - Jangwoo Lee - Program Unit
    Today, we'd like to share a story out of many lives you have changed - through supporting our project. Masayuki's Story Masayuki Takahashi is a helicopter pilot. After Civic Force was established in 2009, it entered into pre-agreements and partnerships with potential collaborators in preparation for the next large...
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  • Help Tohoku residents access medical care by air posted a progress report
    Monthly Report vol.30
    By - Jangwoo Lee - Program unit
    A massage from Disaster Areas Two and a half years have passed since the March 11 earthquake. This section showcases the efforts towards recovery by the people living in the affected areas. For this round, we feature Mr. and Mrs. Kikuchi, who run“Tairyo-Maru” (roughly translated as the “good catch...
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  • Help Tohoku residents access medical care by air posted a progress report
    Monthly Report vol.30
    By - Jangwoo Lee - Program unit
    A Message from Disaster Two years and seven months have passed since Civic Force started activities to support reconstruction indisaster-hit areas of northeastern Japan. This section showcases the people who live in the affected areas andcontinue positive efforts towards recovery. As the 8th person, we interviewed Mr. Hisao...
    • 1 year ago
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  • Help Tohoku residents access medical care by air posted a progress report
    Monthly Report vol.32
    By - Jangwoo Lee - Program unit
    A Message from Disaster Two years and eight months have passed since Civic Force started activities to support reconstruction in the disaster-hit areas of northeastern Japan. This section showcases the people who live in theaffected areas and continue positive efforts towards recovery. For this issue, we interviewed...
    • 1 year ago
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  • Help Tohoku residents access medical care by air posted a progress report
    Monthly Report vol.29
    By - Jangwoo Lee - Program unit
    Support Required for Child Quake Victims Two years and five months have passed since the March 11 GreatEast Japan Earthquake. The damage by this unprecedented disasterwas enormous. More than 15,000 people were killed and an estimated290,000 or more are still unable to return to their homes and are put up in temporary...
    • 1 year ago
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  • Help Tohoku residents access medical care by air has made updates to their project page.
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  • Help Tohoku residents access medical care by air posted a progress report
    Monthly Report vol.27
    By - Jangwoo Lee - Program Unit
    Mental care and Reconstruction of Devastated Areas  More than two years have passed since the Great East Japan earthquake. In devastated areas such as Miyagi and Iwate prefecture, tangible movements towards reconstruction such as debris removal, restoration of public infrastructure, construction of disaster public...
    • 1 year ago
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  • Help Tohoku residents access medical care by air posted a progress report
    Monthly Report vol.28
    By - Jangwoo Lee - Program unit
    Public-private partnership for reconstruction support   On July 2, the Minister for Reconstruction Takumi Nemoto announced at the 8th meeting of the Reconstruction Promotion Council, which was attended by all cabinet members, that the government will start developing a “Growth Strategy” for the areas...
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  • Help Tohoku residents access medical care by air has made updates to their project page.
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  • Help Tohoku residents access medical care by air posted a progress report
    Monthly Report vol.22
    By - JANGWOO LEE - Program unit
    Osechi arrived to evacuees at temporary housing  We respectfully offer our New Year’s greeting. Although sustainable and substantial community reconstruction has only just begun, some disaster victims seemed to spend the New Year holidays more peacefully than last year. On December 31, 2012, disaster victims...
    • 2 years ago
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  • Help Tohoku residents access medical care by air posted a progress report
    Monthly Report vol.23
    By - JANGWOO LEE - Program unit
    Resuming Support to Fukushima Evacuees One year and eleven months have passed since the Tohoku earthquake. The population in the affected areas saw a rapid declined in the wake of the disaster, and while people are gradually returning, the population of Fukushima Prefecture has continued to decrease. According to the...
    • 2 years ago
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  • Help Tohoku residents access medical care by air posted a progress report
    Monthly Report vol.24
    By - JANGWOO LEE - Program unit
    Two years have passed since the Great East Japan Earthquake. As we continue our support activities in wide-ranging areas, we asked our supporters to send their messages, so that we can convey the thoughts and feelings of the people in the affected areas and in all other areas, in both directions. Here are some of the many...
    • 2 years ago
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  • Help Tohoku residents access medical care by air posted a progress report
    Monthly Report vol.25
    By - JANGWOO LEE - Program unit
    Disaster areas, tourism and reconstruction “I would like to visit disaster areas but there is nothing I can do now. Is it alright to go there just for sightseeing?” asked one of the supporters living in Tokyo the other day. More than two years have passed since the Great East Japan Earthquake occurred on March...
    • 2 years ago
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  • Help Tohoku residents access medical care by air posted a progress report
    Monthly Report vol.26
    By - JANGWOO LEE - Program unit
    Renewable Energy and Reconstruction of the Disaster Stricken Area Two years and two months have passed since the March 11 earthquake in the northeast area of Japan or Tohoku. Simply “restoring” the area back to its former state before disaster struck is not sufficient. Reconstruction efforts need to be...
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  • Help Tohoku residents access medical care by air has received 18 donations
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  • Help Tohoku residents access medical care by air posted a progress report
    Monthly Report vol.21
    By - Jangwoo Lee - staff
    Monthly Report vol.21 Review Civic Force’s Tohoku support activities "I had been working in Tokyo, but returned to my hometown after the earthquake disaster. I must do something, when people from other regions are working so hard for my hometown." (A man in his 20’s who is participating in a community...
    • 2 years ago
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  • Help Tohoku residents access medical care by air posted a progress report
    Monthly Report vol.19
    By - JangWoo Lee - staff
     "So many things we have to bear"  The Tohoku earthquake registered a magnitude of 9.0 and the height of the ensuing tsunami was 40,1 meters. This disaster caused huge damage to North East Pacific coast of Japan. More than 18,000 people lost their lives or are still missing. It has been reported by the...
    • 2 years ago
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  • Help Tohoku residents access medical care by air posted a progress report
    Monthly Report vol.20
    By - JangWoo Lee - staff
    Tohoku Earthquake Aid Helping the recovery through mid-to-long-term recovery aid   From the standpoint of having helped with recovery on-site since immediately after the quake, what can we do now? Civic Force faces the thoughts and words of many victims even now, and is starting the "Mid-to-Long-term Reconstruction...
    • 2 years ago
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  • Help Tohoku residents access medical care by air posted a progress report
    Monthly Report vol.18
    By - JangWoo Lee - International coodinator
    Tohoku Earthquake Aid: Key Recovery as seen in “Seawall Study Workshop” In the affected areas of Tohoku, there is a combination of difficulties such as the relocation of houses to more elevated areas, disposal of debris from vast areas, employment security, and mental care for victims. For the people living in...
    • 2 years ago
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  • Help Tohoku residents access medical care by air posted a progress report
    Monthly Report vol.12
    By - JangWoo Lee - staff
    One year in the disaster area At 14:46 local time on March 11, 2011, a massive magnitude 9.0 earthquake occurred on the pacific coast along from Sanriku to Ibaraki coast. Tsunami caused by the earthquake and aftershocks killed a lot of people. Still, more than 3,000 people were reported missing. The life of survivors has...
    • 3 years ago
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  • Help Tohoku residents access medical care by air posted a progress report
    Monthly Report vol.11
    By - JangWoo Lee - staff
    11 months since the earthquake, industrial recovery is the key 11months have passed since the Tohoku Earthquake occurred on March 11, 2011. In coastal regions devastated by the resulting tsunami, the first stage of rubble removal and building cleanup has been completed. At first glance, it looks as if calm has returned to...
    • 3 years ago
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  • Help Tohoku residents access medical care by air posted a progress report
    Monthly Report vol.10
    By - JangWoo Lee - Staff
    New Year's greeting We respectfully offer our New Year's greetings. Three years ago in January of 2009, Civic Force was established with the following mission: "In order to meet all of the needs of the victims of the next large scale disaster to occur in Japan, We will work with business, governments, and local people to...
    • 3 years ago
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  • Help Tohoku residents access medical care by air posted a progress report
    Monthly Report vol.9
    By - JangWoo Lee - Civic Force
    We published Monthly Report vol.9, Please find attachment and visit our facebook page(www.facebook.com/civicforce). Industry restoration support (May,2011 - on going) After research and investigations conducted since May, a new type of type of fund to support the restoration of industry, the General...
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  • Help Tohoku residents access medical care by air has received 5 donations
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  • Help Tohoku residents access medical care by air posted a progress report
    Bringing back oysters and scallops to the bay
    By - Mari Kuraishi - GlobalGiving staff
    We met with Koji Arisawa and Waichiro Katsuda from Civic Force in the port city of Kesennuma, on a blustery but clear day, April 4 2012. They took us through a backroad through the mountains until we saw the sea again. Like every other coastal town we had seen on this trip north from Sendai, no houses remained, but a road...
    • 3 years ago
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  • Help Tohoku residents access medical care by air posted a progress report
    Monthly Report vol.8
    By - JangWoo Lee - Civic Force
    We published Monthly Report Vol.8, Eight months have passed since the earthquake Eight months have passed since the Tohoku Earthquake. Along with the start of the harsh Tohoku winter, numerous new issues are arising such as discussions of moving to higher ground and the psychological care of disaster victims. Meanwhile,...
    • 3 years ago
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  • Help Tohoku residents access medical care by air posted a progress report
    Monthly report Vol.7
    By - JangWoo Lee - Civic Force
    Seven months since the earthquake, support needed to survive the winter Seven months have passed since the earthquake on March 11, 2011. In Kesennuma in Miyagi Prefecture, one of the bases for Civic Forces activities, reconstruction initiatives have gradually begun, with the city establishing a place for citizens to discuss...
    • 3 years ago
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  • Help Tohoku residents access medical care by air posted a progress report
    Monthly Report vol.5
    By - Civic Force - Project Leader
    This is Monthly Report for August.
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  • Help Tohoku residents access medical care by air posted a progress report
    Monthly Report vol.6
    By - Civic Force - Project Leader
    This is Monthly Report for September.
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  • Help Tohoku residents access medical care by air has been approved to be on GlobalGiving!
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  • Help Tohoku residents access medical care by air has received 3 donations
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Tokyo, . Japan

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