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BT0048 Tomiya City

Lecture on Creating Local Disaster Preparedness Map (My Map) by Walking around the Town

Contents/Itinerary for BOSAI

A local disaster preparedness map (My Map) is a handmade map for you and your family, and this will also be useful for your local community. This starts with knowing the terrain and ground features of the area where you live. The map will be created upon gathering information of the area during fieldwork. Using My Map, you will predict and estimate the damage during a disaster which will lead to knowing the area's important resources by considering countermeasures. In addition, through working on a map with several people, you will nurture the foundation of cooperation and reduce the damage of natural disasters.

What we want to tell through our BOSAI contents

* You can learn the characteristics of the terrain and the features of the locality and the history of disasters.
* By considering the human resources of the local community, you will grow to love the locality where you live.
* You can also protect yourself in other areas by applying the viewpoint of creation of My Map.

Minimum capacity

5 people

Maximum capacity

30 people (field work). No limit for the lecture

Fee (Per person or per activity)

30,000 yen for 1 lecture only, and 100,000 yen for a set of 3 lectures for map creation. Negotiable.

Required time for BOSAI contents

1 lecture = 2 hours; 3 lectures for map creation x 2 hours = 6 hours

Disaster Categories

All disasters

Disaster phases of the contents

Disaster preparedness

Targets

All

How to implement BOSAI contents

Lecture / Workshop

Organization Names

Disaster Prevention and Mitigation Support Center

Phone

TEL: 022-358-9151 / FAX: 022-348-6965