|Our Name||Non Profit Organization Global Mission Japan|
|Location|| 2-7 Amako-Machi, Taira, Iwaki-Shi,
Fukushima-Ken, Japan 970-8026
|Phone Number||+81 246 23 5490|
|Fax Number||+81 246 23 5492|
|Established (date)||July 25th, 2012|
|Board of Directors|| Chairperson Akira Mori
Vice Chairperson Izumi Ono
Director Hideaki Hiruta
Auditor Takamitsu Honda
Auditor Kazue Sakuma
|March - June 2011|| The Great East Japan Earthquake.
Relief supplies and volunteers poured into Global Mission Chapel,
resulting in the birth of Global Mission Japan as private organization. Emergency relief operation was set in action, mainly in Iwaki City.
Medical team to evacuation centers. Debris removal by volunteers. Relief supplies to evacuation shelters, hospitals, nursing homes, private homes, later to temporary housings. Providing hot meals and foot bath (feet washing) at evacuation shelters, later to temporary housings.
Attentive listening teams and musicians to evacuation shelters/temporary housings. Support to establish evacuee's association at temporary housings.
Opened our Distribution Center of relief supplies, and a cafe space for evacuee's fellowship at our base.
|July 2012||Registered as Non Profit Organization for the purpose of long-term support operation.|
|September 2012|| Set up "Usuiso Support Center" at tsunami-devastated Usuiso on the coast of Iwaki City, for the local people's interaction.
Support activities for the people in several of the temporary housings.
|2013|| Support activities for the people in several of the temporary housings.
Started Tai Chi classes for physical wellness. Initiated Ukulele classes for mental wellness.
Helping an afflicted farmer started (demolished collapsed shed, helped to resume rice farming, etc)
Coordinated the repeat volunteers from in and out of Japan. Functioning as a liason agent between the afflicted people and the volunteers.
Accepted into the Cabinet Office Subsidized Project.
|2014|| Support activities for the people in several of the temporary housings.
Accepted again into the Cabinet Office Subsidized Project.
|2015|| Support activities for the people in several of the temporary housings.
Accepted yet again into the Cabinet Office Subsidized Project.The project terminated by the end of this fiscal year.
|2016|| In addition to support measures the temporary housings residents, we started support operations in the towns/villages of returning victims.
Started also to support the difficult-to-return zone's local governments temporarily residing in Iwaki city.
By utilization of the network among the local organizations,collaboration was furthered.
Accepted into the Reconstruction Agency Subsidized Project (new).