Supported Projects – Round Two

Brief details of projects supported in round 2 funding (application deadline 29 February 2012)
For information in Japanese, please see the Sanaburi Foundation website.

Programme A: Funding for Recovery Assistance Projects
Funding for projects which assist the recovery, conducted by organizations with at least one year’s previous activity, some experience relevant to the type of project proposed or with specialist skills.

No. Organization Prefecture

Title of Project

Location of Activity Amount of funding (yen)
1 Sendai Aoba Matsuri Support Association Miyagi Suzume odori workshops at temporary housing for disaster victims of the earthquake. 

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Sendai 1.5 million
2 Food Bank Tohoku AGAIN Miyagi Capacity building activities to provide those in need with medium term support through a food bank. 

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Across Miyagi 1.5 million
3 Kurihara Miyagi A personal shopping service for the elderly living in temporary housing blocks. 

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Minami Sanriku, Ishinomaki 1.5 million
4 ‘A book for our future 3.11’ Design Team – Nakata Senhiko Research Dept, Miyagi University Miyagi Supporting community building in Tokura, Minami Sanriku. 

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Minami Sanriku 1.5 million
5 Fukushima Cooperative Reconstruction Centre Fukushima Project to train young people for the reconstruction of Fukushima and Iwate. 

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Fukushima-shi, Koriyama 1.5 million
6 Fukushima Life Aid Fukushima, Yamagata, Niigata A free paper to link disaster areas, mainly Fukushima, to other areas. 

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Fukushima-shi, (Yamagata ken, Niigata ken) 1.39 million
7 Link with Fukushima Fukushima, Tokyoi Running the ‘Fukushima Future Centre’. 

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(Fukushima, Tokyo) 1.42 million
8 House for the Future of Fukushima Children Yamagata Providing ‘rest and recreation for mothers and children’ to those living in areas affected by radioactive contamination. 

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Tsuruoka 1.35 million
9 Happy Ai Lands Yamagata A choir for the mothers and children evacuated to Yonezawa-shi, Yamagata. 

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Yonezawa 0.46 million
10 Little Fukushima Evacuee Support Network Yamagata Supporting evacuee mothers and children within Yamagata-shi. 

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Yamagata-shi 1.5 million

Programme B: Funding for the Promotion of Partnerships in Recovery Assistance Projects
Funding for Recovery Assistance Projects undertaken in partnership between an organization with strong local roots and with its main base in the affected region (applicant organization) and an organization from within or without the region which is undertaking activity in the affected area (supporting partner organization) and which utilize the strengths of both. A requirement of the application is that the cooperation utilizes the strengths of the applicant organization with its local knowledge and networks, with advice from the partnership organization to build organizational capacity for the implementation of sustainable projects.

No. Organization Title of Project Location of Activity Amount of funding (yen)
1 Applicant NPO Watari Ichigocco Miyagi Watari Ichigoccoo support group 

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Watari (1.5m for project /0.5m to support set up of organisation)
Partner NPO Family Counselling Service – Ikebukuro Office Tokyo

 

 

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