In autumn 2019, two powerful typhoons made landfall in Japan and caused deadly damages across Japan. This project will help typhoon-struck communities rebuild their homes and recover their livelihood. In Iwaki, Fukushima Prefecture, approximately 9000 houses were flooded and destroyed totally or partially. We need your support to help the residents rebuild their homes and lives.
In 2019, a large parts of Japan experienced landfall of typhoons and heavy rains. Thousands of houses were destroyed and infrastructure was damaged due to flooding and landslides. Nearly 100 people have lost their lives and many are in need of help to rebuild their livelihood and communities.
This project aims to lend hands to the residents in the typhoon struck areas in Japan. In particular, the funding will allow our organization to carry our hot meal distribution, house-cleaning, support at evacuation shelters, assist local authorities with operation of volunteers as well as help the communities recovering their community centers.
Capacity building for the local residents and members of public/ private sectors for enhanced preparedness for the future disasters. Help the community members build resilience against the future disasters. In addition, experience of the individual volunteers from the different parts of Japan and the world should reinforce disaster risk reduction and disaster preparedness in future.