pubfo sendai : Public Forum Search Engine of the UN World Conference on Disaster Risk Reduction

Disaster Recovery

Dialogue with Survivors for Prevention and Recovery- Earthquake, Tsunami, and Fukushima

How can we prepare our communities for natural and

Dialogue with Survivors for Prevention and Recovery- Earthquake, Tsunami, and Fukushima

How can we prepare our communities for natural and

The Great March Eleventh (3.11) Tsunami:
Remembering for the Future

Empowered by a new mission: To educate future generations.

【市民協働と防災テーマ館】
地域交流の「場」づくりをハードとソフトの両側面から

「DIYってなに?」「セルフビルドって何だか難しそう...」そんな方も 気軽に参加できるワークショッ

【市民協働と防災テーマ館】
多様な人々が互いに尊重しながら暮らしていくには
~多様な性の当事者たちと東日本大震災~

<panel discussion>How can those with diverse backgrounds come to value each other? -3.11 and those with diverse gender and sexual identities-

SeRV Activities: The Power of People Working Together

SeRV (Shinnyo-en Relief Volunteers) is a Shinnyo-en volunteer organization formed in 1995 to aid in disaster relief efforts. Shinnyo-en facilities that function as SeRV bases have emergency supplies of food, blankets, and supplies permanently stocked. Government agreements also allow Shinnyo-en to shelter people displaced by natural disasters.

【JICA:東北と途上国の国際協働で生まれる新しい社会】
第3弾「東北・若手企業家発 アジアとの協働による新しい社会モデルを目指して!」

Sorry, this entry is only available in 日本語.

[The Global Conference on DRR for Civil Society: Session7]
Community Resilience
~Case Studies from Japan and the World~

Creating relations with casual acquaintances during peace times is crucial in reducing the extent of damage and loss of lives during a disaster. This session will report on the activities on the ground in the affected regions and will include an idea-exchange discussions session too.

[The Global Conference on DRR for Civil Society: Session5]
Disaster Recovery in Japan Part 1: Reviewing Disaster Recovery and Large-Scale Disasters in Japan

This session aims to compare the recovery processes, disaster relief activities and extent of damage among the disasters that occurred in Kobe, Chuetsu and East Japan, by researchers and specialists with relevant experience.

[The Global Conference on DRR for Civil Society: Session4]
Talking about Disaster Recovery with Raconteurs from Japan and the World

Raconteurs- people who were victims of disasters in Tohoku, Kobe and Indonesia, will be sharing their experiences of suffering, recovering and the various mechanisms in the process of recovery.

[The Global Conference on DRR for Civil Society: Session1]
Orientation to Global Conference on Disaster Risk Reduction for Civil Society

This lecture will explain about the UN World Conference for Disaster Risk Reduction and provide basic information on DRR and disaster response efforts in the world.

Good practices of women’s entrepreneurship in local communities in the process of disaster reconstruction

Sorry, this entry is only available in 日本語.

Challenges and Future Strategy for Vitalizing Tourism in Tohoku

This spring, four years after the Great East Japan

Women as a Force for Change–Gender and DRR

In order to build disaster resilient communities,

For the Building Back Better
-Challenge and Contribution by Fukushima University-

We will report the support programs by Fukushima Future Center for Regional Revitalization ?FURE for the people affected by GEJE and the nuclear accident.

Support Activities for Rikuzentakata-city by ITALIANS FOR TOHOKU

Sorry, this entry is only available in 日本語.

Developing Capacities for Effective Disaster Risk Management in Low-Income OIC Member Countries

OBJECTIVES: The side event aims to explore a numb

Protecting people’s health from disaster risks

The protection of people's health is central to disaster risk reduction (DRR). Participants will interact with speakers who will share their successes, challenges and Voluntary Commitments for making health a priority for DRR. Themes include Community Preparedness, Ageing Societies, Safe Hospitals, Health Services for Disasters, Climate and Health, and Lessons Learned from Disaster Recovery in Japan.

Lessons from FUKUSHIMA and the process of community building in the region
: From the viewpoint of local CSOs

Four years have passed since the nuclear disaste

Restoration from the Great East Japan Earthquake and challenges for JR East

Sorry, this entry is only available in 日本語.