Healing Japan The youths share their planned projects A Psychological First Aid training A talk with Tsunami survivor and community-leader

Japan IsraAID Support Program

Org #26450 Vetted since 2014
2013
year founded
$9,356
raised on GlobalGiving
3
years fundraising
3
projects funded

Mission

On March 11th 2011, Japan's northern Tohoku region was devastated by a powerful earthquake and massive tsunami. The loss in human life and damage to the infrastructure was overwhelming, and governments and organizations rushed in to help. The first IsraAID teams arrived on the ground 4 days after the tsunami and distributed aid, cleaned houses, created child-friendly spaces, and rebuilt schools. During this period, IsraAID discovered a worrying and rapidly growing need for psycho-social and post-traumatic care, and the organization launched the Japan IsraAID Support Program (JISP). In 2013, IsraAID officially opened a branch in Japan, Japan IsraAID support Program (JISP), to continue bui...

Project Leaders
Mayumi Yoshida
Mayumi Yoshida
Team
Mayumi Yoshida, Samuel Nakahashi
Organization Information
Miyagi, Sendai, Aoba, Odawara 5-3-60 Co-op Wako 101
Sendai, 980-0003
Japan
+81-22-725-8825

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE# 5789260018
Organization Information
Miyagi, Sendai, Aoba, Odawara 5-3-60 Co-op Wako 101
Sendai, 980-0003
Japan
+81-22-725-8825

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE# 5789260018

Projects (3)

Healing Japan
Japan / Disaster Recovery
Youth Leadership Project
Japan / Disaster Recovery
 

Project Reports

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Nov 27, 2017
Thank you for your support!
With your generous support, since March 2015, the Healing Japan program has reached 837 beneficiaries in various locations across the Tohoku region.  By providing skills and knowledge...
Nov 14, 2017
Thank you for your support!
Thank you for your support!By JISP staff members The Rebuilding Communities of Sanriku Coastal Areas Project facilitated healthy interaction among residents and care providers of public...
Oct 2, 2017
Thank you for your support1!
The Youth Leadership Project brings together youths from disaster areas around the world for an intensive training that takes place in Tohoku, Japan. The youths learn and experience disaster...
 
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