Tohoku Earthquake and Tsunami Rebuilding
Location: Tohoku, Japan
Architecture for Humanity is collaborating with local design and construction professionals to reconstruct the northern region of Japan, where the earthquake and tsunami hit on March 11, 2011. It has been three years since the disaster, but many communities still need assistance in long-term reconstruction.
Recovery from disaster requires a holistic approach. The integration of construction services with business support services is key to the long-term economic recovery of the region. Makibiz, our regional office in Japan, provides design, construction, and business development services to communities in the Tohoku region.
This year we will look beyond ‘post-disaster reconstruction,’ and continue working with people who are building an active and resilient future of Tohoku. We welcome your continuous support and the opportunity to partner with you.