■ Introduction of “Joint Project to Support Disaster Sufferers
through Coordination with Nonprofits”
Established on March 14th as a country-wide network of nonprofits in Sendai,
Tokyo and Kansai area, “Joint Project to Support Disaster Sufferers through
Coordination with Nonprofits” (Tsuna-Pro) have sent total of 400 volunteers
to Miyagi prefecture and visited 600 evacuation shelters over three weeks
since March 28th.
Tsuna-Pro have conducted assessment for understanding situations at shelters
and have been developing solution for needs and targets that were identified in
assessment, by coordinating between support activity in local community and
nonprofits that are professionally qualified for care for elderly and disabled,
medical health, foreigners and people with intractable disease. The data of 600
shelter are shared in cloud system provided by Fujitsu as pro-bono.