Carriage Newspaper February/March combined issue completed!
・March 19th, a concert by the marching band "Seeds+" from Minamisoma City, Fukushima Prefecture. On the 20th, the exchange event ``Tsumugu'' was held at Uwajima Shopping Street, where NPO organizations from within and outside the city opened stalls, staged presentations, and held an event that valued the ``bonds'' created by the disaster.
・On March 27th, there will be a Sasuke Naburu x BOUSAI seminar. In the morning, a hybrid event called "Sasuke Naburu" was held to learn about evacuation center management based on the experience of the Great East Japan Earthquake. In the afternoon, students from 6 high schools nationwide held an online discussion during the 2nd and 4th BOUSAI seminars. Yakage High School in Okayama Prefecture created a recipe for the smells of the disaster-affected area, and the Uwajima NPO Center actually recreated the recipe based on the recipe and had people smell it at the venue. Please watch the video to see it.
・On March 13th, a disaster response and countermeasures workshop was held at Kisaiya Plaza. The lecturer was Maebara Dobushi representative from the disaster NGO Yui, and the first half was a classroom lecture, and the second half was a lesson using actual power tools, where students learned about work procedures in the event of flooding.
・In addition, we held sitting yoga and smartphone classes at tea parties, and as part of our on-site safety course, we held a class at Mima Elementary School on how to make paracord, which is useful in times of disaster. You can watch how to make paracord from the Mowajima Disaster Prevention Box page, so please take a look.