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On 11th November 2011, the Great East Japan Earthquake occurred. This earthquake, along with the following tsunami, caused TEPCO’s Fukushima Daiichi Powerplant nuclear disaster.
After the explosion at the Power Plant, radioactive particles were released and spread everywhere, including the area where we were living.
In order to protect the children from radiation exposure, we started measuring radioactivity in November 2011.
We measure radioactivity that is “impossible to see, smell and feel.” Making the danger visible allows us to better protect the children from radiation exposure.
Through our various activities, we wish to continue working with people who support us in our mission to protect the health and future of the children.

Activities of “Mothers’ Radiation Lab Fukushima”

1. Radioactivity measurementFood, water, soil, building material
Nuclide measurement: Caesium 134, 137 · Strontium 90 · Tritium

2. Human body radioactivity measurementNuclide measurement: Caesium 134, 137

3. Oceanographic research projectImplementation of fixed point sampling and radiation measurements at 1.5 km off the TEPCO Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station coast

4. Tarachine ClinicPediatrics and Medicine

5. Thyroid Screening ProjectImplementation throughout the Fukushima Prefecture

6. Children’s nature experience camping supportAdministrative support of activities to make the children of Fukushima experience the joys of nature
Cooperating associations: Okinawa – Kumi no Sato, others

7. Children’s wellbeingImplementation of relaxation massages and the “Power of play” project in the “Sir Pirika” therapy room

8. Hosting of lectures given by expertsInviting professional lecturers to hold events to deepen their learning together with local people

9. Activities in cooperation with volunteers of the Fukushima regionSupport of the volunteering activities of the mothers
Cooperating associations: Team “Team Mama Beku: group protecting the children’s environment”


Mothers’ Radiation Lab Fukushima is maintained by donations.
We are grateful for your support.

December 20, 2018 - Posted by | Fukushima 2018 | , ,

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