Japan: Six Months After the Devastating Quake and Tsunami

Lane Hartill

Lane Hartill, Director of Media and Communications

Washington, D.C.

September 16, 2011 


Six months after the earthquake and tsunami in Japan, Save the Children is still working with thousands of children on the ground in the disaster areas. As the crisis moves from an emergency into the recovery and development phase, Save the Children has created a 5-year plan to help children and communities create an environment where children can thrive.

To find out more about our work in Japan—and our long term plans—please listen to the podcast below featuring Save the Children President and CEO Carolyn Miles and the Chief Operating Officer of Save the Children in Japan, Eiichi Sadamatsu.


Japan: Six Months After the Earthquake and Tsunami by Save the Children

For more information, check out photos of our work and the full report:

 

Six-month report on Save the Children's Japan earthquake and tsunami Emergency response and recovery program.

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