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Kii Peninsula Flooding [2011年09月16日(Fri)]

World Heritage Site Kumano Nachi-taisha Shrine Severely Damaged


Kii Peninsula Flooding
- Emergency Relief -



Torrential rainfall from August 30 through September 4 wreaked enormous damage on the Kii peninsula, including the Kumano area, a World Heritage site.

Despite being swamped with responding to the Great East Japan Earthquake, the Nippon Foundation quickly decided to provide support to the following organizations as a first line of action.

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Beneficiary: Shingu City Social Welfare Association
Activities: Establishment and operation of the Shingu City Disaster Volunteer Center as a hub for volunteer activities; plans to have Gulliver provide vehicles (14 minivans, small trucks, etc.) free of charge
Amount: 4,970,000 yen

Beneficiary: Wakayama NPO Support Center
Activities: Joint operation of the Shingu City Disaster Volunteer Center; surveys and information dissemination
Amount: 2,001,000 yen

Beneficiary: Wakayama University FORWARD
Activities: Assistance with operation of the Shingu City Disaster Volunteer Center; coordination of student volunteers
Amount: 997,000 yen

Beneficiary: Shirahama Rescue Network
Activities: Transportation of food and supplies to evacuees
Amount: 997,000 yen

Beneficiary: Wakayama Rescue Dog Association
Activities: Custody and temporary care of pets (Southern Mie~Southern Wakayama)
Amount: 975,000 yen

Beneficiary: Ninniko Victim Support Network
Activities: Clearing up of homes; mud removal; support work in flooded agricultural land
Amount: 400,000 yen

Beneficiary: Kishu Umenosato Rescue Unit
Activities: Clearing up of homes; mud removal
Amount: 360,000 yen

Beneficiary: Wakayama Branch of the Japan Bousaisi Society
Activities: Clearing up of homes; mud removal; dispatch of volunteers
Amount: 228,000 yen

Total: 10,928,000 yen
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