Road to recovery: Sendai 89ers help healing
He has grown to love the vast natural beauty of Miyagi prefecture and appreciate the tranquility of life in the countryside. Jess has been living in northern Japan for close to six years. Although the Australian in her still struggles with the cold winters, the incredible nature, food and people of Sendai and the Tohoku region have become her second home. She currently works as a guide for a local travel company.
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Justin is very much at home in Tohoku. Originally from California, he has studied in Akita, taught English in Miyagi, and worked for the government in Fukushima. Justin currently lives in Sendai, where he enjoys learning about local history and sipping regional sake.
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Luke has lived and worked in Shinchi, Fukushima since Originally from Chicago, his interest in Japan was sparked by an appreciation of good tea and travel. She vividly recalls a recovery tour to Minamisanriku and Rikuzentakata where she was able to hear stories told directly by disaster survivors themselves. Monder is a travel blogger and video maker from Algeria.
She called Japan home for ten years and has lived in Kanagawa, Nagano and Miyagi prefectures with her wife Akiko and their two sons, Jasper and Julian. Nishant is an American working at the Tourism Bureau in Kesennuma. He originally came to Japan on the JET Programme in , and transitioned into the travel industry in There, she enjoys local cuisine made from the freshest seafood and the stunning ocean views.
Raised in Pennsylvania in the United States, Roger moved to Miyagi in to help with the post-tsunami recovery effort. He worked for the Town of Matsushima for three years in the tourism division as their first JET Coordinator for International Relations, and was named Matsushima Global Ambassador at the end of his term.
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He now lives in Sendai, helping to promote this region abroad. In his free time, he enjoys photographing and making videos about the people and landscape of northeastern Japan. There, she enjoyed practicing kyudo traditional Japanese archery , volunteering with Tome International Friends Association, and eating all the local delicacies Miyagi had to offer.
Tyler hails from southern California and currently resides in the seaside town of Shichigahama, where he works as a Coordinator for International Relations at the Shichigahama Kokusaimura International Event Center. Wesley was raised in rural southern Oregon in the United States. She first moved to Japan in to teach English and help with recovery efforts related to the Fukushima Daiichi partial nuclear meltdown. Spending time in the Japanese countryside feels like a return to her country roots. During the green season, she spends as much time as possible outdoors cycle touring, hiking, swimming, and the like.
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The United Nations has called on governments to spend at least 1 percent of development aid by on disaster prevention, but overall, they spend just half that amount. Cancun will also host a conference on early warning from May and dozens of parallel events, all tackling the question of how best to keep people safe from disasters.
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Learn how your comment data is processed. By Sophie Hares, Thomson Reuters Foundation Hard on the heels of a drought-linked hunger crisis in Somalia, floods in Peru and Colombia, and Cyclone Debbie in Australia, governments will be tasked with formalising efforts to protect citizens from disasters, and working out how to cover the cost at a major U. There is also a need to involve communities more in putting them together, she added. Funding gaps While the Cancun conference is likely to ram home that spending on DRR is insufficient, no major pledges of fresh money are expected.
He urged the Cancun meeting to recognise the synergies between the three agendas.