• Jiji


An assistance program has been successfully helping people in northeastern Japan who took shelter at home and missed out on public support after the massive earthquake and tsunami of March 11, 2011.

Under the disaster case management program, aid groups and professionals jointly find out what damage was done to individuals and help them improve their situations.

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