Report on the Project to Record Contributions Made by Junior High and High School Students after the Earthquake (2/2)
Resource Author: Save the Children Japan Language: Japanese
Date of Publication: 03/07/2015 Place of Publication: Japan Resource Format: PDF Hazard Type: Earthquake; Technical Disaster; Tsunami Region: Asia Country: Japan Source: Save the Children Japan Child-friendly: Yes
Overview:
SC Japan has launched the Kodomo Hagukumi Fund in cooperation with the Sanaburi Foundation as part of the Great East Japan Earthquake Recovery Programme. Through grants, the Kodomo Hagukumi Fund supports community members in finding solutions to recovery-related issues concerning children on their own and encourages voluntary civic activities to promote an environment in which children can grow up healthy. As a project of the Fund, the “Project to Record Contributions Made by Junior High and High School Students after the Earthquake” was implemented. It was reported that children played an important role in evacuation centers after March 11, 2011. Junior high and high school students played with younger children in evacuation centers, and helped serving water and other supplies. In the less damaged areas, they also helped distributing materials and other volunteer activities. This report has been created in order to record and share their contribution, gathering the stories and experiences of junior high and high school students, as well as reports by adults who were helped by students or saw what they did.

This report consists of two components:
1. Report on the Project to Record Contributions Made by Junior High and High School Students after the Earthquake (1/2) : Preface, Project Overview, What I Gained by Supporting Others, Born in the Year of the Great Hanshin Earthquake, Helping after the Great East Japan Earthquake
2. Report on the Project to Record Contributions Made by Junior High and High School Students after the Earthquake (2/2): Appendix
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