Help disabled and elderly disaster survivors

 
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  • Help disabled and elderly disaster survivors has been marked as funded. They raised a total of $106,105 from an original funding goal of $100,000!
    • 7 months ago
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  • Help disabled and elderly disaster survivors has received 2 donations
    • 7 months ago
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  • Help disabled and elderly disaster survivors has received 6 donations
    • 8 months ago
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  • Help disabled and elderly disaster survivors posted a progress report
    Thank You Very Much for Supporting Our Project 'Help Disabled and Elderly Disaster Survivors'!
    By - Tomomi Awamura - Programme Coordinator
    Immediately after the 3.11 disaster, Association for Aid and Relief, Japan (AAR Japan) entered the disaster-stricken area and launched its emergency assistance. In order to respond to the ever-changing need of the affected people, our relief activities ranged from distribution of emergency relief supplies such as food and...
    • 9 months ago
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  • Help disabled and elderly disaster survivors has received 2 donations
    • 9 months ago
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  • Help disabled and elderly disaster survivors has received 4 donations
    • 10 months ago
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  • Help disabled and elderly disaster survivors posted a progress report
    Radiation Dosimeter Installed at Elle Shirakawa Wakuwaku Bread Factory, a Workshop Facility for PWDs
    By - Tomomi Awamura - Programme Coordinator
    Concern over radiation exposure triggered by the accident at the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant is widely shared among the residents of Fukushima Prefecture. They live with constant fear of internal and external exposure to radiation. Consumers are careful about what they purchase and consume and at the same time,...
    • 10 months ago
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  • Help disabled and elderly disaster survivors has received 4 donations
    • 11 months ago
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  • Help disabled and elderly disaster survivors has received 62 donations
    • 1 year ago
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  • Help disabled and elderly disaster survivors posted a progress report
    Pavement work done at 'Tamura Kibo no Sato'
    By - Tomomi Awamura - Programme Coordinator
    On June 24th 2013, AAR Japan staff member Masayuki OKADA visited 'Tamura Kibo no Sato', a facility for Persons with Disabilities where we have recently completed concrete pavement work of the ground. Although the construction initially aimed at reducing the risk of radiation exposure by removing contaminated pebbles that...
    • 1 year ago
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  • Help disabled and elderly disaster survivors posted a progress report
    Our Progress over the Past 2 years: Activity Report
    By - Tomomi AWAMURA - Programme coordinator
    The Great East Japan Earthquake: Two years on from the earthquake disaster - an activity report of the progress to date Building on its extensive experience in providing international emergency relief, the Association for Aid and Relief, Japan (AAR Japan) has continued its relief activities to support the survivors in the...
    • 1 year ago
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  • Help disabled and elderly disaster survivors posted a progress report
    Finding a Solution to the Crucial Problem of Condensation in Temporary Housing of Elderly People
    By - Daijo Tsuchikawa - Programme Coordinator
    Condensation Becomes a Crucial ProblemIn Kesennuma, Miyagi, where the lowest temperature drops as low as -10 degrees Cesium during the winter, condensation has become a very critical issue in emergency temporary ousing in the Watado district. Mr. Toshio HATAKEYAMA, President of a Residents’ Association remarked that...
    • 1 year ago
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  • Help disabled and elderly disaster survivors posted a progress report
    Our Progress on Helping PWDs and Elderly People
    By - Daijo Tsuchikawa - Programme Coordinator
    Introduction of Our Achievements AAR Japan is implementing many projects in the Tohoku region to help evacuees of the disaster, especially persons with disabilities (PWDs) and elderly people. In this report we would like to introduce some of the achievements we have accomplished recently (April 2012 onward). We used the...
    • 1 year ago
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  • Help disabled and elderly disaster survivors has received 291 donations
    • 2 years ago
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  • Help disabled and elderly disaster survivors has made updates to their project page.
    • 2 years ago
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  • Help disabled and elderly disaster survivors posted a progress report
    Ongoing Recovery Activities: There's still So Much to Do!
    By - Association for Aid and Relief, Japan - Tokyo
    Dear Supporter, You may have noticed that we have recently updated the title and description of the project you have been supporting. As you can imagine, the needs of the disaster survivors keep on changing, and so do our activities. This is why we have decided to do a little overhaul. In the project...
    • 2 years ago
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  • Help disabled and elderly disaster survivors has made updates to their project page.
    • 2 years ago
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  • Help disabled and elderly disaster survivors posted a progress report
    Rebuilding Workplaces for Persons with Disabilities
    By - Association for Aid and Relief, Japan - Tokyo
    Social Welfare Facility’s Bread Factory Expanded In the wake of the Great East Japan Earthquake, AAR JAPAN has been providing equipment and supporting the repair and maintenance of approximately 50 social welfare facilities in the disaster-affected areas. One of the facilities we support is Huck’s House, a...
    • 2 years ago
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  • Help disabled and elderly disaster survivors posted a progress report
    GlobalGiving visits AAR in Japan
    By - Britt Lake - GlobalGiving, Director of Programs
    For the past year I’ve been communicating with the great staff at the Association of Aid and Relief (AAR) in Japan, but last Sunday I was able to meet them in person and see firsthand the fabulous work that AAR is doing in the earthquake and tsunami affected areas in Tohoku that you have helped to support. Our day...
    • 2 years ago
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  • Help disabled and elderly disaster survivors posted a progress report
    One Year After the Earthquake: Activity Report
    By - AAR JAPAN - Tokyo
    Japan: Eleven Months after the Great East Japan Earthquake Continuing to Bridge the Disaster Survivors and their Supporters AAR JAPAN has been carrying out relief efforts for the victims of the Great East Japan Earthquake since the immediate aftermath of the disaster. In addition to delivering emergency supplies to those...
    • 2 years ago
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  • Help disabled and elderly disaster survivors has made updates to their project page.
    • 2 years ago
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  • Help disabled and elderly disaster survivors posted a progress report
    Ongoing Relief and Recovery Activities
    By - AAR JAPAN - Tokyo
    Due to an error in GlobalGiving's email system, we are resending this report so that the images can be properly displayed. Sorry for the duplicate message. - The GlobalGiving Team -- Bringing People in the Disaster-Affected Areas a Warm and Happy New Year AAR JAPAN has been carrying out relief efforts for the victims of the...
    • 2 years ago
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  • Help disabled and elderly disaster survivors posted a progress report
    Ongoing Relief and Recovery Activities
    By - AAR JAPAN - Tokyo
    Bringing People in the Disaster-Affected Areas a Warm and Happy New Year AAR JAPAN has been carrying out relief efforts for the victims of the Great East Japan Earthquake since the immediate aftermath of the disaster. In addition to delivering emergency supplies to those who have limited access to aid, such as persons with...
    • 2 years ago
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  • Help disabled and elderly disaster survivors posted a progress report
    Activity Report (7 month summary)
    By - AAR JAPAN - Public Relations
    Easing the Mind and Warming the Body as Winter Approaches AAR JAPAN has been carrying out relief efforts for the victims of the Great East Japan Earthquake since the immediate aftermath of the disaster. In addition to delivering emergency supplies to those who have limited access to aid, such as persons with disabilities,...
    • 2 years ago
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  • Help disabled and elderly disaster survivors posted a progress report
    Activity Report (6-month summary)
    By - AAR JAPAN - Tokyo HQ
    Six Months since the Great East Japan Earthquake: Activity Report Please Don’t Forget the Disaster Zone – Your Support is Still Needed! AAR JAPAN has been carrying out relief efforts for the victims of the Great East Japan Earthquake since the immediate aftermath of the disaster. In addition to delivering...
    • 3 years ago
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  • Help disabled and elderly disaster survivors posted a progress report
    Activity Report (July 15th - August 15th, 2011)
    By - Daigo TAKAGI - AAR JAPAN, Tokyo HQ
    8.24.2011 Supporting Food Services at Schools in Minami-Soma City, Fukushima Prefecture After Earthquake, Difficulty in Procuring Food for School Lunch in Minami-Soma City In Minami-Soma City, Fukushima Prefecture, it remains uncertain when elementary and junior high schools within 30 km of the Fukushima Dai-ichi Nuclear...
    • 3 years ago
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  • Help disabled and elderly disaster survivors has received 240 donations
    • 3 years ago
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  • Help disabled and elderly disaster survivors posted a progress report
    Activity Report (June 3rd - 15th, 2011)
    By - Keiko AKIBA, Yoshitaka Sugisawa, Izuru SUGAWARA - Tokyo HQ, Sendai and Morioka office
    Charity Concert to Help the Victims of the Great East Japan Earthquake: Cheer Them Up by Bossanova and Songs Praying for Tohoku On Saturday, May 21st, 2011, the charity concert was held for the victims of the Great East Japan Earthquake at the Yawaragi Hall in Gakushuin Women’s College (Shinjuku Ward, Tokyo)....
    • 3 years ago
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  • Help disabled and elderly disaster survivors posted a progress report
    Activity Report (May 17-30th, 2011)
    By - Junko MITO & Yuki DAIZUMOTO - Tokyo HQ & Emergency Relief Team respectively
    May 17, 2011 Marathon Runner Mari TANIGAWA Runs with Disaster Victims Between May 3rd and 6th, marathon runner Mari TANIGAWA (AAR JAPAN Executive Board Member and Ambassador for the Demining Campaign) visited areas in Iwate and Miyagi Prefectures affected by the March 11th earthquake to help at local soup kitchens...
    • 3 years ago
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  • Help disabled and elderly disaster survivors posted a progress report
    Activity Report (June 2nd - 3rd, 2011)
    By - Yasushi TANAKA, Ryo OIKAWA, Akiko KATOH - Emergency Relief Team Tohoku, Tokyo HQ
    The following are excerpts from our English blog which highlight some of AARJ's work in Tohoku in the past few weeks. To find a complete list of articles, visit our English blog at http://aarjapan.blogspot.com. Difficult to Reach Survivors in Fukushima Prefecture Await Aid in Limbo June 2, 2011 In its...
    • 3 years ago
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  • Help disabled and elderly disaster survivors posted a progress report
    Activity Report (May 10th to 15th, 2011)
    By - Sayako NOGIWA (Ms.) and Izuru SUGAWARA (Mr.) - Emergency Relief Team at Tohoku
    May 10th, 2011 Leave no one behind - AAR JAPAN’s Relief Activities AAR JAPAN initiated its Tohoku aid and relief activities on the day of the Great East Japan Earthquake, with two new offices opening in Sendai (Miyagi Prefecture) and Morioka (Iwate Prefecture). As of April 25th, 57 people have been dispatched as...
    • 3 years ago
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  • Help disabled and elderly disaster survivors posted a progress report
    Activity Report (May 4th to 9th, 2011)
    By - Sayako NOGIWA and Mizuho SEKII - Emergency Relief Team at Tohoku
    May 4th, 2011 Entertainers Nekohachi and Koneko EDOYA Visit the Disaster Zone The Oshika Peninsula rings with animal sounds and children’s laughter   On April 27th, AAR JAPAN visited an elementary school and evacuation center in Miyagi Prefecture’s Oshika Peninsula. We were accompanied by...
    • 3 years ago
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  • Help disabled and elderly disaster survivors posted a progress report
    Activity Report (April 22nd to 30th, 2011)
    By - Moeko NAGAI, Yoshitaka SUGISAWA and Ayumi YASUDA - Emergency Relief Team
    April 22nd, 2011 AAR JAPAN Provides Healthcare to Survivors Reaching survivors in their homes on the Oshika Peninsula    AAR JAPAN has been making regular visits to provide medical treatment to earthquake survivors on the Oshika Peninsula, an isolated region of Ishinomaki City, Miyagi...
    • 3 years ago
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  • Help disabled and elderly disaster survivors posted a progress report
    Activity Report (April 10th to 16th, 2011)
    By - Yukako NIIMI, Michitaka KOBAYASHI & Ayumi YASUDA - AAR JAPAN's Emergency Relief Team
    April 11th, 2011 At Soup Kitchens, Happy Faces and Calls for Seconds! Heartwarming Stew April 5th - Delivering beef stew to more than 400 people at Utatsu Junior High School, which is being used as an evacuation center in Minami-Sanriku Town.  In addition to sending relief supplies to areas affected by...
    • 3 years ago
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  • Help disabled and elderly disaster survivors posted a progress report
    Activity Report (April 8th, 2011)
    By - AAR JAPAN - Tokyo HQ
    One Month After the Great East Japan Earthquake: Recovery through Medical Assistance & Support for Institutional Reconstruction Elderly, people with disabilities, remote islands receive relief supplies from AAR Japan Delivery of 24 cartons of batteries, 4 tons of potable water and other relief supplies to the isolated...
    • 3 years ago
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  • Help disabled and elderly disaster survivors posted a progress report
    Activity Report (March 30th, 2011)
    By - Yoshifumi KAWABATA - AAR JAPAN Programme Coordinator
    Struggles for Basic Supplies Continue On Tuesday, March 29, AAR JAPAN’s Emergency Relief Teams covered a total of 4 locations in Yamada Town, Iwate Prefecture, Ishinomaki City and Sendai City, both in Miyagi Prefecture, delivering food, blankets, diapers, etc. Swift Response to Actual Needs At Rikuchu-Coast...
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  • Help disabled and elderly disaster survivors posted a progress report
    Activity Report (March, 29th 2011)
    By - Yoshifumi KAWABATA - AAR JAPAN Programme Coordinator
    Fluid Soil Poses Threat to Welfare Facilities On March 28, AAR JAPAN’s Emergency Relief Teams logged 7 locations on their delivery record, visiting 4 places in Tome City, 2 in Kurihara City and 1 more in Yamamoto Town, all in Miyagi Prefecture. Disappeared Welfare Facility...
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  • Help disabled and elderly disaster survivors posted a progress report
    Activity Report (March 27th, 2011 - 2)
    By - Sayako NOGIWA - AAR JAPAN Senior Programme Coordinator
     AAR JAPAN Enters the Demolished City On Sunday, March 27, AAR JAPAN’s Emergency Relief Team made an expedition to the city of Rikuzen-Takata, one of the most heavily damaged towns along the Pacific coast, visiting two welfare facilities for people with disabilities for delivery of relief items. Most part of...
    • 3 years ago
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  • Help disabled and elderly disaster survivors posted a progress report
    Activity Report (March 27th, 2011)
    By - Yoshifumi KAWABATA - AAR JAPAN Programme Coordinator
     No Shortcut to Finding Those Who Need Help On Saturday, March 26, AAR JAPAN’s Emergency Relief Team visited three locations in Miyagi prefecture for delivery of food and fuel.  This day the Team surveyed 12 additional welfare facilities for the aged and people with disabilities.   Relief Team Faces...
    • 3 years ago
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  • Help disabled and elderly disaster survivors posted a progress report
    Activity Report (March 25th, 2011)
    By - AAR JAPAN - Tokyo HQ
     Local Farm Donates Rice through AAR JAPAN On Thursday, March 24, the AAR JAPAN’s Emergency Relief Team visited Higashi-Matsushima City in Miyagi Prefecture and a town of Otsuchi in Iwate Prefecture, stopping at six locations for delivery of relief items. “Survivors First” At “Hamanasu no Sato...
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  • Help disabled and elderly disaster survivors posted a progress report
    Activity Report (March 24th, 2011)
    By - AAR JAPAN - Tokyo HQ
     Unequal Distribution of Assistance Becomes Visible On Wednesday, March 23, the AAR JAPAN’s Emergency Relief Team continued its operation in central Miyagi, covering 8 places in Sendai City, and 2 more in a town of Minami-Sanriku, delivering items which included food, clothes, diapers, toilet paper, kerosene and...
    • 3 years ago
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  • Help disabled and elderly disaster survivors posted a progress report
    Activity Report (March 23rd, 2011)
    By - AAR JAPAN - Tokyo HQ
     AAR JAPAN Reaches Out to The Helpless Relief Items Delivered at Six More Locations On March 22, AAR JAPAN’s Emergency Relief Team visited six locations and facilities in three cities in Miyagi Prefecture, namely Sendai, Ishinomaki and Higashi-Matsushima.  Rice, oranges and canned foods were delivered...
    • 3 years ago
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  • Help disabled and elderly disaster survivors posted a progress report
    Activity report (March 22nd, 2011)
    By - Sopana HAGIWARA - AAR JAPAN Board Member
     AAR JAPAN’s Relief Cheers Up the Elderly Welfare Facility without Water Gets What They Need AAR JAPAN’s Emergency Relief Team continued its delivery operation on Sunday, March 20, visiting two small welfare facilities for elderly people in a town of Okawara, and the municipal office in Iwanuma City,...
    • 3 years ago
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  • Help disabled and elderly disaster survivors posted a progress report
    Emergency Relief Reaches People with Disabilities
    By - Ryo YAMAURA - AAR JAPAN Project Coordinator (born in Miyagi)
    March 16th, 2011 AAR Relief Team Enters Southern MiyagiAssociation for Aid and Relief, JAPAN (AAR JAPAN) has sent an emergency relief team of six members to the northern part of Japan, paralyzed by the Earthquake.On March 16, the team delivered emergency relief items to the inmates of Seiwa-en, a welfare facility for the...
    • 3 years ago
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  • Help disabled and elderly disaster survivors posted a progress report
    Activity Report (March 19th, 2011)
    By - Sayako NOGIWA - AAR JAPAN Senior Programme Coordinator
    Relief Items Distributed at School in Heavily Damaged Area AAR Team Delivers Items at Elementary School in OnagawaAAR JAPAN has sent an emergency relief team of seven personnel to support the survivors of the Great East Japan Earthquake.On March 19, the Team distributed the relief items at No.2 Elementary School in...
    • 3 years ago
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  • Help disabled and elderly disaster survivors has been approved to be on GlobalGiving!
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Yuko Ito

Program Coordinator
Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo Japan

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