Pray For Japan in Cambodia

Posted: March 25, 2011 in This & That
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WHY DO WE NEED YOUR SUPPORT?
Why ‘Pray for Japan’ in Cambodia?
On March 11, 2011, a 9.0 magnitude earthquake and tsunami hit northeastern Japan. Nearly 22,000 people have been reported dead or missing. Since then, we have been receiving many words of compassion and encouragement from the people of Cambodia. We believe these words can help those who are affected by the disaster to overcome the difficulties. As Japanese NGOs working in Cambodia, we expect this event to be an opportunity to put together voices and support from Cambodian people and deliver them to the people of Japan. Japan has a long history of supporting Cambodia. We hope this event will further strengthen the friendship between Cambodia and Japan.

Japanese NGOs assistance for the disaster-hit areas
A number of NGOs are currently assisting victims in the disaster-hit areas through various means. Our interventions include distributing basic necessities to the survivors, serving hot meals at evacuation shelters, providing medical care and supplies, and counseling services. As the needs in the affected areas changes daily and expected to remain enormous for years to come, NGOs play a key role in providing necessary services to meet those needs.

WHERE YOUR DONATION WILL GO?

NGO Relief Fund for Japan Earthquake and Tsunami
Your valued contributions will save lives and recover livelihoods of the people affected by the disaster. We partner with Japanese NGOs actively engaged in emergency and recovery assistance through JANIC (Japan NGO Center for International Cooperation, http://www.janic.org/en/), a network organization coordinating the financial support for NGOs assisting the disaster victims. All the donations made at this event will go to a pool fund to support activities of 28 NGOs and be distributed equally among them.

(as of March 24, 2011)
The Institute of Cultural Affairs: Japan Global Partnership Center
ADRA Japan (Adventist Development and Relief Agency Japan)
AMDA (The Association of Medical Doctors of Asia)
OISCA (The Organization for Industrial, Spiritual and Cultural Advancement-International)
CYR(Caring for Young Refugees)
Oxfam Japan
Good Neighbors Japan
Care International Japan
FIDR(Foundation for International Development/Relief)
IVY (International Volunteer Center of YAMAGATA)
MSF (Doctors Without Borders)
KnK (Children Without Borders)
SHARE(Services for the Health in Asian & African Regions)
JHP (Japan Team of Young Human Power)
JEN
Shaplaneer(Citizen’s Committee of Japan for Overseas Support)
SVA (Shanti Volunteer Association)
JOICEP (Japanese Organization for International Cooperation in Family Planning)
Child Fund Japan
JAR (Japan Association for Refugees)
AAR Japan (Association for Aid and Relief, Japan)
JVC(Japan International Volunteer Center)
Habitat for Humanity Japan
Campaign for the Children of Palestine
Peace Winds Japan
Plan Japan
MDM (Doctors of the World, Japan)
World Vision Japan

<Period:>12. March, 2011 to 11.May, 2011 (subject to change)

PS: A fund raising event will be held in front of Wat Unalom on 27 March, 2011 (Sun) from 09:00 to 11:00.

Comments
  1. ៚ Tigg says:

    1.43pm is the time that i see this post… Very late for the donation.. What the other ways I can do besides this?

  2. tumnei says:

    You can either come directly to SVA office (#32, St.288) or donate through May Bank (Pray for Japan) account. Sorry that I dun have the account #, but I will share it later when I get it. Thank for your kind intention.

  3. Sovathary says:

    We did raise fund at my school. It wasn’t much, but we hope that would help some. Let’s pray for Japan.

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