English and Japanese text only.
BT0072 Minamisanriku Town
A lecture about how recovery after a disaster should be approached. Also, think about physical and psychological damage from the disaster.
Contents (90, 120 minutes)
1. A summary of the disaster and preparation before the disaster.
2. Psychological wounds immediately after the disaster and how recovery from a disaster should be approached.
3. Necessity of collecting information and site-based reconstruction.
4. Procurement of facilities and goods.
5. Ascertainment of someone's safety and recovery of school function
7. Mental health care for children (whereabouts after school)
8. Spreading information of reconstruction
* Explain about the real situation of the disaster in detail in 1 section, in the case of 120 minutes.
There is a lot of physical reconstruction after a large-scale disaster. However, psychological wounds from disasters can become an unthinkable obstacle . What seems like a trivial issue may become a bigger problem later and it can make reconstruction difficult in some cases. Therefore, staying close to victims and giving them support to aid them in feeling safe during reconstruction is essential.
More than 10 people. Negotiable in the case of less than 10.
Any number of people is acceptable. (However, please prepare a venue.)
Participants must arrange the venue. Cover of travel expenses and accommodation if it is needed. Document charge: 150 yen per person. Negotiable in other potential costs.
60 to 90 minutes (concentrate on the only reconstruction), 120 minutes (including the contents of disaster and preparation for disaster)
Tsunami / All disasters
Aftermath of a disaster (72 hours) / Emergency restoration /Reconstruction / All
Other (People concerned about disaster prevention.)
Lifelong Learning Division, Education Department, Tomiya City Board of Education (022-358-9159)