オバマ大統領の日本応援とお悔やみの演説 President Obama visits the Japanese Embassy where he signs a book of condolence for those affected by the earthquake and tsunami and offers the support and assistance of the United States as Japan rebuilds. March 17, 2011.
The Help Japan poster has been restocked and is available now in the new storefront.
All proceeds from sales of this poster will be donated to disaster relief efforts in Japan by way of the Canadian Red Cross
Japan was devastated by an 8.9 earthquake and tsunami today, causing widespread damage. They need our help. Donate to the charitable organization of your choice to do your part with relief efforts:
Response to nigahiga’s video; Honk for Japan. For each honk that we get, we donate £1. We’re carrying on the Honk for Japan campaign all this week in our village, with friends, family and schoolteachers sponsoring us per certain number of honks. All money goes to Japan via charities such as the Red Cross
Ethiopia still not offering assistance, number of countries offering help 114 (as of March 16) including these from Africa: Algeria, Botswana, Djibouti, Gabon, Morocco, Rwanda, South Africa, Tunisia MoFA
Ethiopia should offer assistance to Japan ; It is the right thing to do
Florida State University’s internationally recognized faculty researchers are sharing their expertise with national and international media on a variety of topics related to the earthquake and tsunami in Japan. In outlets ranging from CNN to The New York Times, these experts are discussing the potential dangers at Japan’s nuclear facilities, the physical processes that underlie the formation of a tsunami, the challenges that the public health sector faces in the coming days and weeks, the economic impact of the disaster, and how religion figures in to the way the Japanese people react and deal with a disaster of this magnitude.
Uganda Red Cross Society (URCS) identifies with its sister National Society, Japanese Red Cross (JRCS)·as they work tireless to reach and support thousands of people affected by the earthquake and tsunami.