"10 years from now, where do you see yourself?"
On July 25, a group discussion with high-school students from Iwanuma and Katmandu was held at Japan IsraAID Support P office. Yukine, a young girl from Tohoku, and Susmita, a young Nepali girl residing in Sendai e-met Sumee, a 16 years old surviver of the recent earthquake in Nepal. The girls shared their thoughts about school life, their culture, and future's dreams.
This is the first e-meeting, to be continued as a "Pen-Pal" program between youth in Tohoku and Nepal!
Yukine and Susmita, in Sendai, Tohoku, during the skype conversatin with Sumee, in Kathmandu.
Sumee, as seen from the computer screen in Sendai.
On August 27, JISP team members delievered a letter from Yukine, a high school students from Tohoku to Sumee, in Kathmandu. Currently JISP is in the process of planning a real exchange program between high school students from Nepal and Tohoku to be held in Tohoku this winter. Updates will follow!
Meeting Sumee in real life, in Kathmandu, and delivering a letter from Yukine.
Thank you very much for all your kind support.