In his message the Cuban leader expressed his conviction that the Asian nation, with its traditional discipline, will be able to recover from this catastrophe.
アメリカのミュージシャンSha Sha Jonesが送る応援の歌。
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Song produced by Mike Kalombo; written by Sha Sha Jones
Please do all you can do for the crisis in Japan!
Thank you for listening.
Our response team began delivering emergency assistance to survivors in northeastern Japan on March 14, alongside our partner Peace Winds. Today we are providing supplies and support to four tsunami-devastated cities. So far, our emergency response has reached as many as 42,000 Japanese survivors living in shelters. That assistance has included:
Delivery of critical food items including rice and fresh produce to survivors,
Rushing large shelters, tents, kerosene heaters and blankets to keep displaced families warm and safe,
Building a bathing facility for survivors who are housed in schools and community centers, and
Providing supplies such as bedding and kitchen items to hundreds of families who are now moving into temporary housing.
Jamaica’s Foreign Affairs ministry has set up a help line for people seeking information on their relatives in the Asian country.
Persons seeking information can call 936- 0942.
The ministry says persons can also call the Foreign National Affairs Division in Japan at 813-5501-8174.
Meanwhile, Ann- Margaret Lim, Head of Public Relations at Jamaica’s foreign affairs ministry says so far contact has been made with 35 of the 55 Jamaicans on a teaching programme in Japan.