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Amazon Wish Lists for Tsunami Survivors

 

The lists below have been created by Project Fumbaro Eastern Japan for tsunami survivors in need of relief supplies. You can view the items requested by clicking on the links “Go to the Wish List” column.  When you purchase an item from that list, it will be delivered directly to the person who requested it. Even single item contributions would be greatly appreciated.

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Status Update

Last updated October 28, 2013

37,323 Amazon wish list items
(equivalent to 61,399,003 JPY≒ 628,235 USD )
have been delivered to the devastated areas.
Thank you for your generous contribution.

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256 Fukushima pref.: [256]Ishizaki-san
Ishizaki-san's house is located near a border of 20km from the Fukushima No.1 Nuclear Power Plant. He is distributing relief supplies to about 100 survivors, including 10-15 children/babies and more than 50 elderly people. Some of them are refugees from the towns near the nuclear plant and have lost their jobs as farmers.
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278 Iwate Pref.:[278]Arakawa community center
【Baby】Two expected mothers need supplies for their babies. The babies are going to be born in December.
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371 Miyagi pref.: [371]NPO Tashirojima Support
Main activities of Nonprofit Organization Tashirojima Support is to provide first-hand support of food and other necessities for the tsunami survivors in Ishinomaki/Osato area. One of the organizers used to run a noodle shop near the coast. He was injured by the tsunami and lost his wife. The wish list covers 6 elderly families who are in need.
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463 Miyagi pref.: [463]Nakamura-san
Nakamura-san and his wife used to manufacture and sell bedding at the coast of Ishinomaki-city. They lost their house, factory and shop for the disaster and moved into a temporary housing. Nakamura-san's wish list covers 17 families living in the temporary housing, mostly elderly people. It takes an hour to go to city center by car for shopping and other purposes. Due to the isolated location, their community is away from assistane and public information.
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567 Miyagi pref.: [567]Chiba-san
Chiba-san is a mother of three children, her youngest son was born a month after the quake. Chiba-san's wish list covers around 40 families who have young children. Chiba-san and a few of her friends take responsibilities of logistics support for tsunami survivors-assessing nessesities, sorting goods sent by supporters and distributing them to those who are in need. Her support network mainly covers expecting mothers and mothers with below teenage children.
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647 Miyagi pref.: [647]Abe-san
Abe-san's house in Ishinomaki-city was damaged by the tsunami and its ground floor had completely flooded. Abe-san's family of three, gave up the ground floor and had to live on the second floor for 5 months until they finished cleaning and repairing the ground floor. As all of their belongings on the ground floor and in the garden had been swept away, they still do not have some necessities.
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677 Miyagi pref.: [677]Ohashi-san
Ohashi-san is living at the coast of Ishinomaki-city and his wish list covers neighborhood community of more than dozen families. All of them lost their houses for the tsunami; some moved to temporary housings and some are repairing their houses while living there. In summer there was a plague of flies and in winter temperature is below freezing. Shopping is a challenge and they are in need.
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712 Iwate pref.: [712]Konno-san
Konno-san lives in Rikuzen-takada city affected by the tsunami seriously. They are living in a temporary housing with children. Konno-san's wish list covers three families whose household goods had all swept away by the tsunami.
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738 Miyagi pref.: [738]Takahashi-san
Takahashi-san's house was hit and completely destroyed by tsunami and the family had to move into an small apartment. They still don't have some necessities. They also need some baby foods and diapers because Takahashi-san's grandbaby was born in last August.
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792 Miyagi pref.: [792]Abe-san
Abe-san's house in Kesennuma city was swept away by the tsunami. Currently, six family members are staying in spare rooms of their relative's house. One of the family members require full time support for daily life, so Abe-san's wish list includes diapers for elderly care.
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793 Miyagi pref.: [793]Miura-san
Miura-san is caring for her husband using a wheeled chair. As the hospital were damaged by the disaster, she has to take care of him in their house. In addition, she has difficulties buying daily goods because most shops in her neighborhood are closed. Their daughter and son-in-low have lost their job, and they have a 1-year-old daughter.
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803 Miyagi pref.: [803]Suto-san
Suto-san's house in Ishinomaki-city was ruined completely by the tsunami. Suto-san's family of two people moved into a temporary housing provided by the government. Suto-san has a part time job but job opportunities are quite limited so they also use retirement pension for daily expense. That is why they are in need of basic daily supplies and clothes.
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835 Miyagi pref.: [835]Sasaki-san
Sasaki-san's family (parents and two infants) lost their house due to the tsunami. Upon returning after evacuation, they found a telegraph pole was lying down and penetrated the wall of their house. They are currently living in an apartment assisted by the local government. Their wish list covers three families with small children.
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903 Miyagi pref.: [903]Ito-san
Amazon Wash List for babyIto-san's family has 4 members including an infant and they are living in Ishinomaki city. Their house was flooded below floor level due to the tsunami and the flood ruined all electric appliances. While all the public utilities have been recovered, Internet connection is still unavailable.
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955 Miyagi pref.: [955]Ganbe-san
Ganbe-san's house was completely ruined by the tunami and they moved into their parents' house which also had severe damages. In the end of 2011, the family moved to a rented apartment. Ganbe-san has two children, a junior high 2nd year son who likes to play baseball and a primary 6th grade daughter.
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977 Fukushima pref.: [977]Takano-san
Takano-san's family lived in a town 8km from the Fukushima No.1 Nuclear Power Plant. The day after the earthquake, they had to evacuate from their hometown without any belongings. Now they are living in a temporary housing and still can't go back to their home because of high radiation dose. Takano-san's family has 8 members including a baby born in last June. They are requesting some drinking water and diapers for a baby.
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1006 Miyagi pref.: [1006]Endo-san
Endo-san's wish list covers 57 households living in temporary housings. It is uncomfortable to live in a temporary housing - humidity is quite high in summer and there is a plague of flies around there. In winter, the temperature in Onagawa Town Endo-san is living drops below freezing. That is why Endo-san's family and their neighborhoods are requesting dehumidifiers and heating devices.
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1037 Miyagi pref.: [1037]Osuka-san
Osuka-san's family lives in Sendai-city where the temperature drops below freezing in winter. The family consists of five members, parents and three small children between age of 3 and 6, so they are requesting diapers.
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1043 Miyagi pref.: [1043]Yoneya-san
Yoneya-san's family has 3 members including a baby born in last September. Their income was decreased because of the disaster. They need some milk and diapers for their baby and some beddings. They also requested a bicycle for going to work. In affected areas, some train services haven't been back to normal yet.
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1098 Miyagi pref.: [1098]Imaizumi-san
Imaizumi-san's family lives in Higashi-matsushima city where the temperature drops below freezing in winter. The family consists of eight members in four generations. They stayed in shelter for 5 months then moved to a temporary housing provided by the government, but they have to pay utility charges by themselves. In order to save money, they have been trying to cut down water bills and food budget.
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1119 Miyagi pref.: [1119]Yamauchi-san
【Shinto priest】Yamauchi-san, in his 80's, is a Shinto priest works in a shrine in Kesennuma-city. While the shrine building was saved, all the traditional items required to perform rituals were swept away by the tsunami. Houses in the neighborhood were heavily damaged, too. As the shrine is the place for neighborhood communities to gather, Yamauchi-san decided to continue his job and kept the shrine open for public as they wish. All the wish list items will be used in the shrine.
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1147 Fukushima pref.: [1147]Sakamoto-san
Sakamoto-san lives in a mountain near the evacuation zone, 20km from the Fukushima No.1 nuclear power plant. However, he still lives there because he want to protect his pets and animals left behind by owners in his town. He keeps 450 chickens and needs 30kg of bait a day. He also feeds 21 dogs, 15 cats and other small animals most of which have been left.
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1154 Miyagi pref.: [1154]Sasaki-san
Sasaki-san's family (a mother and a son) lost their house by the tsunami. Their wish list covers two households. They could not stay in a shelter because they have pets. It is difficult for survivors not staying in a shelter to receive relief supplies, so they are in need.
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1204 Miyagi pref.: [1204]Sato-san
Sato-san lives in Minami-sanriku-cho Town, one of the most severely damaged area by tsunami. Sato-san is living in their own house near temporary housings where 25 people live as of December 2011. Sato-san's wish list shows items requested by people in temporary housing. They need life jackets and jerseys for working in the sea.
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1208 Miyagi pref.: [1208]Kikuchi-san
Kikuchi-san's family lives in Iwanuma city in Miyagi Prefecture where the temperature drops below freezing in winter. Kikuchi-san had four family members, and they made a living by cucumber farms. However, these farms had been damaged by the tsunami, and they lost a source of income. Kikuchi-san and his wife had to move out of the house as the quake damaged it badly. Now they moved into their son's house. They are currently working towards restarting their cucumber farm.
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1261 Miyagi pref.: [1261]Endo-san
Endo-san's family is living in the house in Sendai-city where the temperature drops below freezing in winter. The family consists of Endo-san, his wife, his elder son, a daughter in law, two grand-children, and Endo-san's mother. Their house was severely damaged by the tsunami; the ground floor was covered by 45cm depth sea water. Endo-san lost his job and his son's income decreased after the disaster.
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1367 Miyagi pref.: [1367]Koyama-san
Koyama-san's family consists of seven people in four generations. They managed to renovate their severely damaged house while most of the household goods were swept away by the tsunami. Four of the family members, parents and children (5 and 1), moved to the inland region for several months as the children were afraid of ocean since the disaster. They lost a source of income as the fish breeding farm they owned was destroyed. Shopping is a challenge as the stores are an hour away by car.
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1378 Miyagi pref.: [1378]Yamaki-san
Yamaki-san's house in Ishinomaki-city was damaged by the tsunami. They gave up the ground floor and they can use rooms only on the second floor. Water supply is not very stable as the water pipes were clogged with the tsunami mud. Yamaki-san's family consists of 5 adults and 2 children.
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1413 Iwate pref.: [1413]Matsudate-san
Matsudate-san is taking care of more than 20 cats which were left behind by owners in affected areas. She has no income as she had lost her job. She need 3kg of cat foods per day. She has difficulties finding their new owners, because they are mature and some of them are sick.
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1441 Miyagi pref.: [1441]Sato-san
Sato-san had to give up their house due to the disaster and lived in the shelter with others, before moving into a small apartment. The temperature drops below freezing in winter hence Sato-san's request contains heating devices as well as food and basic domestic supplies.
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1461 Miyagi pref.: [1461]Sato-san
Sato-san lives in a temporary housing provided by the local government with other families. Sato-san has 7 family members. There are no grocery shops in the walking distance and electric stores do not have sufficient products, so it is difficult for them to get some necessities.
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1524 Iwate pref.: [1524]Yorozu-san
Yorozu-san's family (parents and two children) lost their house due to the quake and lives in a government housing. The father lost his job as a fisherman as the fishing industry was destroyed in the area. The mother used to work in an office but it was closed down since the tsunami swept away its building. Shopping is a challenge as there are no grocery shops near their house, hence their wish list contains food and daily supplies.
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1540 Iwate pref.: [1540]Sasaki-san
Sasaki-san lives in Rikuzen-takata city affected by the tsunami seriously. The family of 8 members (3 adults and 5 children between high school and under-school ages) are living in a temporary housing. As the space is not enough for the whole members, they wanted two housings but they had to give it up as there were none available in the same vicinity. In winter, the temperature in the area Sasaki-san lives drops below freezing.
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1601 Miyagi pref.: [1601]Takahashi-san
Takahashi-san's family has 3 members (parents and a teenage child). Their house was completely swept away by the tsunami. Takahashi-san has been running a cramming school but he had to close it after the disaster. While the school had been reopened since last April, the income was reduced to a half of what it used to be due to decreasing students.
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1619 Miyagi pref.: [1619]Sato-san
Sato-san's house in Ishinomaki-city was ruined severely by the disaster and they had to give up almost all the electric appliances broken by the earthquake. Sato-san's family has 5 members.
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1646 Miyagi pref.: [1646]Watanabe-san
Watanabe-san's house was severely damaged by the tsunami. It swept away household goods and electric appliances. His wish list covers 6 families in the neighborhood area. The place is away from the central city and that is why they have difficulties gathering aid related information. Even after 9 months since the disaster, all of them in the area are not able to use the ground floor of their houses due to the tsunami damage and living on the second floor.
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1769 Miyagi pref.: [1769]Abe-san
Abe-san has two children, 6 and 3 year old boys. Their house and vehicles in Ishinomaki-city were completely swept away by the tsunami. The mother managed to run away from the tsunami holding the kids in her arms. The family is currently living in a small apartment which is provided by the government as a temporary arrangement.
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1774 Miyagi pref.: [1774]Sugawara-san
Sugawara-san's family lost their house in Minami-sanriku-cho Town, one of the most severely damaged areas by tsunami, and had to stay in a shelter in the town. Later the family moved into small temporary housings built by the government in Tome city. As a size of the temporary housing was not large enough to contain all the family members, they had to split the family into two households and shared only one set of furniture and electric appliances at the beginning.
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1825 Miyagi pref.: [1825]Takahashi-san
Takahashi-san runs a small cafe/restaurant on the ground floor of her two story house in Higashi-Matsushima city, where the temperature drops below freezing in winter. Almost all china used in cafe were broken by the quake and the cafe has been only reopened since late 2011. Takahashi-san's mother is hospitalized. Her wish list is made of the request gathered from 30 families in her neighborhoods. They need some heating devices.
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1873 Miyagi pref.: [1873]Goto-san
Goto-san used to run a business in forest, agricultural and fishing industries until the disaster. Tsunami swept away his house and his family moved to a temporary housing last summer. His wish list covers 18 families in the same housings on a hillside overlooking ocean. In winter, they face severe wind chill and steep slopes covered with snow.
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1877 Miyagi pref.: [1878]Abe-san
Abe-san lost his house and fish breeding farm which he used to run. Abe-san's family has five members; parents and three children between the age of 1 and 4. Abe-san is facing difficulties finding a new job as he has no job experiences except in fishing industry which was destroyed by the quake. The family does not have a source of income and in need of daily supplies. Heating devices are requested to cope with severe winter temperature.
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1934 Miyagi pref.: [1934]Konno-san
Konno-san's family lost their house and furniture factory due to the tsunami. They moved to another town and managed to restart their cabinet making business in a rented workspace, though it has been a challenge to gather all the necessary tools and materials. There are four school age children in the family and they are still in need. Their wish list contains basic domestic supplies.
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1938 Miyagi pref.: [1938]Sudo-san
Sudo-san's family (mother, son and his wife, three grandchildren) lost their house due to the tsunami. While they lived in a spare room in their relative's house for 5 months, they could not avail themselves to the aid by the government and organizations. The family moved to a temporary housing in the end of 2011. Sudo-san's son lost his job since the disaster and was hospitalized in autumn.
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1954 Miyagi pref.: [1954]Abe-san
The ground floor of Abe-san's house was completely flooded by the tsunami and all the household goods were ruined. Her mother is still missing and a sister-in-law past away. Abe-san's family of three members moved back to their house from the shelter recently after renovating it at their own expense. They are living on the pension now and Abe-san is suffering from asthma.
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1987 Miyagi pref.: [1987]Ito-san
Ito-san's house in Ishinomaki-city was hit by tsunami and the ground floor flooded completely. They gave up the ground floor which was the main part of their daily lives with a kitchen and a bathroom. Their house was damaged again by heavy rain due to a typhoon in September. Ito-san's wish list consists of items requested by 18 families in the area.
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2031 Miyagi pref.: [2031]Takano-san
Two of the Takano-san's family members (three adults) lost their jobs since the disaster. Their house was hit by the tsunami and lots of household goods were swept away, dishes were stained by mud and broken. They had to spend money on repairing the house which had been still new and under mortgage payment. Their wish list contains simple electric appliances as theirs were ruined by the tsunami.
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2052 Miyagi pref.: [2052]Sato-san
Sato-san's family lost their house due to the tsunami and are living in a temporary housing. The family has seven members (grandmother, parents and four children). The father has been looking for a job since he lost the previous one for the disaster. With no source of regular income, supporting a large family is a challenge and their wish list contains food along with carpentry tools.
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2109 Miyagi pref.: [2109]Sugawara-san
Sugawara-san lives in Higashi-Matsushima city with 40 cats and two dogs in his/her house and a prefab near-by. These are all stray pets who lost owners in disaster. While looking after these animals, Sugawara-san is working to look for new owners for them.
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2128 Miyagi pref.: [2128]Suzuki-san
Suzuki-san's house was completely ruined by the tsunami and the family of eight (parents, three grown-up daughters and a husband/kids of one of the daughters) lived in different shelters until they could move into two units of a temporary housing. The father and a daughter lost their jobs after the disaster.Shopping is a challenge as there are no stores in the walking distance, hence their wish list contains foods and basic necessities.
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2162 Fukushima pref.: [2162]Watanabe-san
Watanabe-san's family has five members: a mother, two teenage sons and grandparents. Their house in Iwaki city was heavily damaged by the quake and the grandparents had to move to a small apartment. The grandmother requires full time support for daily life by a care worker and the mother. The mother is looking for a job as she lost her previous one with the disaster, but it is difficult to find her job because the time she can work is limited.
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2218 Fukushima pref.: [2218]Tokisugi-san
Tokisugi-san's family (parents and two teenage children) had to leave behind their house and belongings in the evacuation zone, 20km from the Fukushima No.1 nuclear power plant. The family has two dogs and the father used to sleep in the car every night for months as pets were not allowed in the shelter. The family managed to find an apartment in October but are still in needs.
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2339 Iwate pref.: [2339]Ohara-san
Ohara-san's family lost their house as it was completely ruined by the quake. The family consists of four members: parents, a 3 year old son and a baby. They are currently living in a temporary housing provided by the government.
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2345 Miyagi pref.: [2345]Hino-san
Hino-san's house in Kesennuma city was completely swept away by the tsunami. The family of six members lived in a spare room in a relative's house for six months until they were provided temporary housings by the government. Currently the family lives in two housings in different areas separately. As Hino-san is physically challenged, the wish list contains a chair with specifications.
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2361 Iwate pref.: [2361]Ogasawara-san
Ogasawara-san's family (a mother in her 80s and the son) lost their house by the tsunami and lives in a temporary housing provided by the government. Ogasawara-san used to run a barber shop until he had eye problems and started living on a rent for an apartments he owns. However, the apartments had also swept away and they had lost a source of income.
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2500 Miyagi pref.: [2500]Mori-san
Mori-san's house in Iwanuma-city was completely ruined by the tsunami. They moved to Sendai-city where they managed to find a temporary housing. There are five members in the family: parents and three young children in school age (two girls and a boy). All their belongings were swept away by the tsunami and their wishlist containts foodstuffs.
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2557 Miyagi pref.: [2557]Komatsukura-san
Komatsukura-san and her husband moved out of a temporary house in Onagawa town, the area affected by the tsunami seriously, to work in Sendai city. They are in need as they now have to pay for the apartment. Their wish list contains basic furniture and bed sheets.
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2586 Miyagi pref.: [2586]Sugawara-san
Sugawara-san and her husband, in their 60's, lost their house by the coast in Ishinomaki-city. Tsunami damage was too severe for them to restore the house and they moved into their children's house which does not suffered so severely. The husband lost his job as the company closed down the business after the disaster. He managed to find a part-time job with much less paid. It takes more than an hour on foot for Sugawara-san to go to the nearest grocery shop.
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2800 Miyagi pref.: [2800]Kyogoku-san
Kyogoku-san used to run a Japanese needle shop but he lost his house, restaurant and noodle factory by the tsunami. He is currently working towords reopening the restaurant. He is in need to furnish all the tools and materials required for the noodle shop.
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2821 Iwate pref.: [2821]Kanno-san
Kanno-san is a chief of residents' association of 20 families in temporary housings in Rikuzen-takata city. The area is on the hillside away from the city center and that is probably the reason they have not received much aid from non profit organizations. As a chief of the association, Kanno-san distributed the questionnaires to all the residents to make a wish list. He is currently working towords constructing a gathering place in the community.
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S377 Miyagi pref.: [S377] Animal Club Ishinomaki
"Animal Club Ishinomaki" is an association rescuing stray dogs and cats. There are many dogs and cats which lost their owners by the disaster. Some of them are weak and sick. This association has been working to take care of them and seek their owners.You can see pictures of them from the official website (Japanese).
http://a-c.sub.jp/index2.html/
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S1655 Miyagi pref.: [S1655] Dog and Cat Rescue Association BATONTOUCH
"Batontouch" is an association rescuing dogs and cats lost their owners by the disaster and taken to health centers. They are seeking new owners of dogs and cats they rescued. In affected areas, more and more people give up living with dogs and cats because they cannot own pets in temporary housings. Batontouch would like to rescue such animals as much as possible. Some of them are old, sick, or disturbed. You can see pictures of them from the official website (Japanese).
http://batontouch.chu.jp/
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F001 Project Fumbaro .: [F001]Fumbaro Fukushima Branch
They are the members of Project Fumbaro Eastern Japan working for survivors in Fukushima Prefecture. In Fukushima, many survivors have not gone back to their home yet because of nuclear radiation. In addition, many people lost their belongings by tsunami as same as in the other Tohoku areas. They are gathering supplies such as drinking water, foods and necessities to distribute to survivors. Especially, families with children need a lot of drinking water for safety.
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F002 Fukushima Pref .: [F002]Fukko Hamadan
Fukko Hamadan is a volunteer team for reconstruction support in Minamisoma City, located 20-30km south from the Fukushima No.1 Nuclear Power Plant. They were the members of local fire company and they formed Fukko Hamadan in July 2011. They are removing debris, cleaning ditches, distributing relief supplies and devoting themselves to other activities for Minamisoma City. They are requesting drinking water and diapers.
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F003 Fukushima Pref .: [F003]Vocational Aid Center KAEDE
In Vocational Aid Center KAEDE, job opportunities as sources of income for their users decreased in consequence of disasters. As their water source is in the high-dose region, they are requesting drinking water.
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F004 Fukushima Pref .: [F004]The community association of Futaba Town
The community association of Futaba town is supporting tsunami survivors staying in Fukushima Prefecture, working in collaboration with the Futaba town office and Fumbaro Fukushima Branch. Futaba town office, originally located 3.5km from the Fukushima No.1 Nuclear Power Plant, has moved its operations to Saitama prefecture (approx. 220km away) since the nuclear plant accident. In the town, there lives more than 140 people (50 families) currently as many evacuated survivors started going back to their homes recently. The Project team is liaising with the town office and provide safe drinking water to the survivors in the town.
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F006 Project Fumbaro .: [F006]Fumbaro Fukushima Branch-Iwaki1
They are the members of Project Fumbaro Eastern Japan working for survivors in Iwaki City Fukushima Prefecture. In Fukushima, many survivors have not gone back to their home yet because of nuclear radiation. In addition, many people lost their belongings by tsunami as same as in the other Tohoku areas. They are gathering supplies such as drinking water, foods and necessities to distribute to survivors. Especially, families with children need a lot of drinking water for safety.
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F007 Project Fumbaro .: [F007]Fumbaro Fukushima Branch-Iwaki2
They are the members of Project Fumbaro Eastern Japan working for survivors in Iwaki City Fukushima Prefecture. In Fukushima, many survivors have not gone back to their home yet because of nuclear radiation. In addition, many people lost their belongings by tsunami as same as in the other Tohoku areas. They are gathering supplies such as drinking water, foods and necessities to distribute to survivors. Especially, families with children need a lot of drinking water for safety.
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F008 Fukushima Pref.: [F008]Shimada Motors
Shimada Motors is a local car dealer delivering relief supplies to survivors in Minamisoma City, about 30km from the Fukushima No.1 Nuclear Power Plant. Kodaka district in Minamisoma city was a restrict area until recently because of high radiation dose. People who evacuated Kodaka district had left behind their belongings in their houses. They need some detergent to wash their clothes and remove radioactive materials.
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F011 Fukushima Pref.: [F011]Ohnodai temporary housing
Project Fumbaro Eastern Japan is going to held a study session for kids in and around Ohnodai temporary housing. As temporary housings are very small, kids living in temporary housings cannot have their own rooms to study. In addition, their school was also affected by the disaster. They have less chances to study than usual. We would like to give them snacks and some drinking water during a study session. Especially, drinking water for kids is needed in Fukushima for safety.
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F012 Fukushima Pref.: [F012]Koike-Naganuma temporary housing
Project Fumbaro Eastern Japan is going to held a study session for kids in and around Koike-Naganuma temporary housing. As temporary housings are very small, kids living in temporary housings cannot have their own rooms to study. In addition, their school was also affected by the disaster. They have less chances to study than usual. We would like to give them snacks and some drinking water during a study session. Especially, drinking water for kids is needed in Fukushima for safety.
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G001 Project Fumbaro .: [G001]Support team for fishermen from Tokyo
Project Fumbaro Eastern Japan is supporting fishermen who are tsunami survivors. The aquaculture areas where they are working were heavily damaged by the tsunami and many of the fishermen lost their houses and fishing boats. The project is aiming to provide supplies to the seaweed farms; sandbags to be used as weights attached to seaweed nets. Sewing machines and threads are requested by the project team for volunteers who are sewing the sandbags.
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G003 Project Fumbaro .: [G003]Support team for fishermen from Kyoto
Kyoto Branch of Project Fumbaro Eastern Japan is supporting fishermen who are tsunami survivors. The aquaculture areas where they are working were heavily damaged by the tsunami and many of the fishermen lost their houses and fishing boats. The project is aiming to provide supplies to the seaweed farms; sandbags to be used as weights attached to seaweed nets. Needles and threads are requested by the project team for volunteers who are sewing the sandbags.
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