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Nationwide UPLAN Press Conference about Fukushima Children Recuperation Program

 

June 26, 2017 – 108 organizations
Present status of “recuperation”: Over 9000 people participate annually
After the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, many private organizations at citizen level throughout the country have carried out a recuperation program r
esponding to the needs of children of the Fukushima Prefecture or its vicinity, implemented a recuperation program centered on outdoor activities.

The number of people who wish to participate in recuperation has increased as housing support ended last March.
However, 7 % of the budget of the organizations recuperation program comes from donations. Now in the seventh year, it has come to a tough phase of finance and human resources.
Among the rress conference participants:
Aozora childcare NPO (Fukushima), Fukushima city One Parent NPO (Fukushima), and from other areas: Refresh Support Kikumi Hikida, Fukushima warm-up project Eriko Yano (Fukushima prefecture).

20170626 UPLAN【要望書提出・記者会見】「保養団体に公的支援を」
【全国108団体】
「保養」の現状:年間延べ9000人以上が参加
東京電力福島第一原発事故以降、全国の多くの民間団体が市民レベルで、福島県又はその近隣の子どもたちや保護者のニーズに応え、野外活動を中心とする保養プログラムを実施してきました。昨年3月の住宅支援打ち切りに伴い保養参加希望者は増えています。
しかし、保養支援団体の収入の7割が一般の寄付によって成り立ち、7年目にして資金的、人材的に厳しい局面にきています。
記者会見参加者
NPO
法人青空保育たけの子 代表(福島県)
福島市の保護者1名、他の地域の保護者2名(福島県)
リフレッシュサポート 疋田香澄
福島ぽかぽかプロジェクト 矢野恵理子

 

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