A call has gone out for comfort quilts for Japan, where so many people are having a hard time coping with recent disasters. If you have a quilt to donate, or are willing to make one or more quickly, you can find out more about it at Taniwa: Patchwork Quilt Tsushin. You will also want to see the magazine’s website in English.
タンザニアのブロガーよりの応援メッセージ。Pride of Tanzania would like to send a message of sympathy to the people of Japan following the massive earthquake which shook the country. Our prayers and thoughts are with everyone who has been affected by the dreadful disaster. We would like to express our heartfelt condolences to the people of Japan and send our message of solidarity and prayers during this difficult times.
In partnership with World Vision U.S., a group of professional football players is in Uganda this week doing humanitarian aid work with PROS FOR AFRICA. The athletes become pros 4Japan, too, helping to raise funds and awareness for children affected by the recent earthquake and tsunami.
ボツワナ共和国から100万プーラ（約1200万円）の義援金。The Foreign Affairs Minister, Pandu Skelemani says the government has donated one million Pula to Japan to help in the relief efforts after the earthquake and Tsunami last week that caused a nuclear crisis.
Khartoum, March 17 (SUNA) – The State Minister at the Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs, Dr. Mutrif Siddiq, Thursday conveyed the condolences and sympathy of the people and government of Sudan to the friendly people and government of Japan over the earthquake and tsunami disaster that hit the people of Japan
This came when the State Minister at the Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs met Thursday with the Ambassador of Japan to Sudan, Akinori Wada, in the presence of the Humanitarian Aid Commissioner and the Secretary General of the Sudanese Red Crescent Society
The Minister affirmed the capability of the government and people of Japan to overcome this tragedy and announced the government donation with 100,000 US dollars as symbolic assistance to the victims of the disaster
On Thursday, March 17, the Kenyan Olympic medalists accompanied Prime Minister Raila Odinga to the Embassy of Japan in Nairobi to stand in solidarity with the people of Japan.
They expressed their sympathy in Japanese, as many of them lived and trained in Sendai, Japan where the earthquake hit hard.
The athletes included Douglas Wakihuri, Samuel Wanjiru, John Kanyi, Lucy Kabuu, Jacinta Wanjiru. Ms. Kabuu asked Japan residents not to give up. “God is with you,” she said.
Prime Minister Raila Odinga has led several top athletes in sympathising with the people of Japan following a devastating earthquake.
The PM visited the Japanese embassy in Nairobi Thursday where he offered Kenya’s support in helping the country recover from the catastrophe that resulted in a tsunami, which caused widespread destruction.
Japan’s Ambassador to Kenya Toshihisa Takata, in paying tribute to Kenyans, said they were encouraged by their concern.