Resilient Oklahoma & Rebuild Moore

 
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  • Resilient Oklahoma & Rebuild Moore has received 1 donation
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  • Resilient Oklahoma & Rebuild Moore has received 21 donations
    • 1 year ago
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  • Resilient Oklahoma & Rebuild Moore has made updates to their project page.
    • 1 year ago
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  • Resilient Oklahoma & Rebuild Moore posted a progress report
    Design Fellow, Pearl on the ground
    By - Yuko Okamura - Communications Associate
    The destructive series of tornadoes that struck the city of Moore, Oklahoma and adjacent areas in 2013 brought to attention many of the region's vulnerabilities. Over 10,000 homes were damaged and more than 50 people lost their lives, in part due to inadequate preparation measures.  Helping to address these needs,...
    • 1 year ago
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  • Resilient Oklahoma & Rebuild Moore posted a progress report
    Attending Training Sessions for Oklahoma Safe Schools 101
    By - Audrey Galo - Program Coordinator
    Tommy Stewart, long-time collaborator with Architecture for Humanity, attended the last of five training sessions for the Oklahoma Safe Schools 101 program, held March 25 to 28 with a site assessment training exercise on Saturday, March 29.   Approximately 150 participants took advantage of this pilot program...
    • 1 year ago
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  • Resilient Oklahoma & Rebuild Moore posted a progress report
    Long-Term Recovery Partners in Oklahoma
    By - Yuko Okamura - Design Fellow, Reconstruction & Resiliency Studio
    Architecture for Humanity is excited to announce a partnership with the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)'s National Disaster Recovery Support (NDRS) team, the state of Oklahoma's Office of Emergency Management (OK OEM) and the City of Moore to collaborate in long term reconstruction efforts in the State. The State...
    • 1 year ago
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  • Resilient Oklahoma & Rebuild Moore posted a progress report
    Rebuild Moore Update: October 2013
    By - Yuko Okamura - Design Fellow, Reconstruction & Resiliency Studio
    While it has been 5 months since the tornadoes hit the Oklahoma region in May, communities are still recovering. According to the Federal Emergency Management Agency numbers, an estimated 1,300 homes and two schools were destroyed by the storm, and the community is still struggling to get back on their feet. Students...
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  • Resilient Oklahoma & Rebuild Moore has received 22 donations
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  • Resilient Oklahoma & Rebuild Moore posted a progress report
    Oklahoma Towns Nearly Completed w/ Rapid Response
    By - Karl Johnson - Communications Associate
    In the weeks after a series of destructive and deadly tornadoes swept through central Oklahoma, Architecture for Humanity has been assisting communities, meeting rebuilding authorities, and assessing still-emerging needs and long term priorities for the stricken towns. Background & Current Status Between May 18 and...
    • 2 years ago
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  • Resilient Oklahoma & Rebuild Moore posted a progress report
    Field Notes: Looking Forward to Long-Term Recovery
    By - Cyan Pei - Reconstrution & Resiliency Studio Volunteer
    Seasoned Architecture for Humanity volunteer Tommy Stewart has, since the onset of Spring tornadoes in central Oklahoma, been spending time on the ground, especially in Moore, surveying and investigating the area's disaster recovery in preparation for long-term reconstruction. Last weekend, Tommy reported back on the...
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  • Resilient Oklahoma & Rebuild Moore has made updates to their project page.
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  • Resilient Oklahoma & Rebuild Moore has made updates to their project page.
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Project Leader

Yuko Okamura

San Francisco, California United States

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Map of Resilient Oklahoma & Rebuild Moore