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Posted: September 27, 2011 | Author: peaceboat | Filed under: Field Report | Tags: BCCJ, community, disaster relief, ishinomaki, japan, Miyagi, NGO, NHK, Peace Boat, peaceboat, relief, tohoku, tsunami, volunteer |Leave a comment »
Ginger Vaughn volunteered with Peace Boat last week as part of a team coordinated by the British Chamber of Council in Japan, who have been very active in ongoing efforts for recover in Tohoku.
Read a report by Ginger on the NHK Eco Channel blog here about their activities helping to clean up a debris-ridden coastline in Ishinomaki here.
Something amazing happens after a disaster. While some people have to move away, others who left long before it are drawn back to their hometown, not just to help awhile but to stay where their roots run deep. Welcome home! On April 1st, a young firefighter returned to his hometown and started a new
This is Aoki from Ishinomaki. I first wrote about the condition of Ishinomaki on December 8 last year. Two months have passed, and there has been little change in the city. I explain the state of things below. No.1 Dec,2011 Feb,2012 The ship that had been driven by the tsunami onto dry land