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Milk is a must-have for infants. However, when the earthquake and tsunami struck Tohoku in the March 2011, many areas became unaccessible to clean tap water. A group of Japanese residents in Finland gathered to send 2000 packages of ready-to-feed formula of liquid milk for families with small babies in Tohoku. Moved by this action, a group of Japanese residents in US also stood up to send liquid milk for the devastated area in Tohoku.

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The Learning Landscape is a educational project for children to learn through the physical activity. The learning games are posted on the websites, and it will help children to learn compulsory subject, gain leadership and social skills.

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Students from different universities in Japan, collaborated with Japanese advertising company, hakuhodo + design, to solve possible problems aroused by the earthquake.

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Soccket is a football that generates electricity by playing the soccer ball. It was developed based on the idea of changing the play into energy. The playing action of kicking and dribbling, will turn into the electricity power and LED lamp is plugged in the sOccket to provide light when it gets dark.

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In the Rwandan Genocide 1994, an estimated 800,000 people were killed, 250,000 to 500,000 women were raped (many of which were infected with HIV) and that rape had led to the births of an estimated 20,000 children. To support these children with education, their mother with medical and psychological support and income generating activities, and raise awareness about the consequences of genocide and sexual violence, this NPO was established.

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