Community Cyberspace continues its outreach to elderly victims of the earthquake and tsunami currently in temporary housing in Miyako and Kesenuma, with plans for extending the system to other impacted communities.
Survey results have been tabulated and a series of responsive new systems are being prepared to enable these resilient elderly to have assisted electronic access to friends, family and physicians when they cannot travel. Response to the initiative has been uniformly enthusiastic from survivors who would otherwise not be using computers or online communication media.
With your help, we can extend this service to survivors in Miyako and Kesenuma by the end of this month.
The IMCRA-DOJ team
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