[TOKYO, JAPAN, 20 February 2013]
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Nearly two years have passed since the Great East Japan Earthquake, a disaster of unprecedented scale that struck Japan on 11 March 2011. On Wednesday, 6 March at the UNICEF House in Tokyo, a briefing will be held to report on UNICEF's response to the Great East Japan Earthquake. The Great East Japan Earthquake marks the first time in half a century that Japan has been a recipient of assistance from UNICEF, following UNICEF support for Japanese children in the wake World War II. The briefing session is an opportunity for UNICEF to report the results of its activities over the past two years, which have been implemented with the support of generous donors all over the world, as well as its plans for the future.
|Date||Wednesday, 6 march 2013
14:00 – 15:00 (Registration from 13:30)
The aims of UNICEF in its reconstruction and child welfare facility rebuilding assistance in the disaster areas-
Video introduction of new child welfare facilities and the children that use them
|Venue||1st Floor of the UNICEF House
4-6-12 Takanawa, Minato-ku, Tokyo JAPAN 108-8607
7 minutes on foot from JR Shinagawa Station and Takanawadai Station on the Toei Asakusa Line
Click here for more information. (Japanese only)
|No. of participants||Maximum 130 (preregister only; however, day-of entrance is permitted depending on open seating)|
|Registration||Email or fax the information below and include "Registration for the Great East Japan Earthquake Two-Year Activity Briefing" in your message.
|Inquiries||Information & Public Division, Japan Committee for UNICEF Phone: 03-5789-2016 Email: email@example.com|