Children  Japan Project #25405

Provide education tour for children in Kumamoto

by sweet treat 311 Vetted since 2014 Top Ranked Effective Nonprofit Site Visit Verified


Providing education tours for children who have suffered from mega earthquake in Kumamoto, Japan. We are a sustainable learning center in Ogatsu, where mega earthquake and tsunami struck in 2011. Our theme is to provide how to live sustainable life through experiences in nature as well as to interact with locals to learn about disaster and revitalization effort. We have organized a tour in October for 15 children. They have felt many positive impact and planning for 4 tours in two years.

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Children suffering from mega earthquake struck Kumamoto, Japan in April 2016. Many children are forced to be away from their houses, stay in evacuation centers creating stress. Minor earthquake is still occurring regularly.


Create opportunity for children to be away from where they are, to relax and enjoy nature. Through those experiences, children will be able to relief their stress and gain positive energy. Also, visiting the community heavily damaged by earthquake and tsunami i 2011 will give children opportunity to feel and think how they should be.

Long-Term Impact

We have organized a tour in October for fifteen children. They have felt many positive impact through their visit. We have learned that children under these circumstances should be away form where they are. Creating network and hope to children that they are not alone will be kept in their heart to support their lives.

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This project has provided additional documentation in a PDF file (projdoc.pdf).


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Organization Information

sweet treat 311

Location: Ishinomaki, Miyagi - Japan
Website: http:/​/​​english
Facebook: Facebook Page
Project Leader:
Gentaro Yui
Ishinomaki, Miyagi Japan

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