Jan 2024


From the field: Noto Ishikawa Earthquake Relief

“I hadn’t realised how important it is for things to be warm – something to eat, to wash your hands, bathe, and a place to sleep.” These words were shared with us by a local resident.
Today, we distributed hot meals at Tada Elementary School in #Suzu City amidst lingering snow. The menu included Chinese-style rice bowls, beef bowls, curry and miso soup – a total of 200 meals. Thanks to the cooperation of the people at the evacuation centre, the service was done very smoothly.
We will continue also tomorrow. As the cold winter days continue, we hope that even a moment of warmth will help the stressful situation of the community.
PBV staff are currently dividing their activities in the cities of Suzu and Wajima. We will continue to provide support tailored to local needs.
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Thank you for your continued cooperation to help us support those in challenging conditions.