Marc, Amya and Chris talk with CNN about our operations in Japan.
All Hands Volunteers is a US-based non-profit currently operating in tsunami-affected areas of Iwate prefecture, Japan. Since its founding in 2005 by businessman David Campbell, All Hands Volunteers’ volunteer response model has been deployed 14 times in disasters around the world. The $50,000 grant from Japanese Disaster Relief Fund- Boston will support their work in Ofunato and Rikuzentaka. In the city of Ofunato, All Hands volunteer team will conduct residential cleanup and restoration, debris removal, and coordinate a sanitization program. In Rikuzentaka, All Hands is partnering with Second Harvest Japan and the government to coordinate distribution of fresh food items.