Sustainable Recovery in Haiti Panel

Join a select group of key stakeholders this Saturday Jan 12 on the third anniversary of the earthquake as we look back and forward to the future. A joint effort of Relief 2.0, Stanford University and ESIH. (more...)

Road to the Future Photo Exhibit

A visual journey through the impact of the earthquakes that hit Haiti in January 2010 and Japan on March 2011, the joint response and sustainable recovery efforts. (more...)

Journey of the X

Bicycle ride from Santo Domingo to Port-au-Prince, New York and Boston. Bringing together the TEDx communities on these cities and raising awareness on the challenges and opportunities of innovation and collaboration. (more...)

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Day 3 - 1st Relief 2.0 Mission to Ishinomaki

Shocked Teenagers

Ishinomaki is a city famous in the Manga world for hosting the Manga Island, Manga Road and the Ishinomori Manga Museum, in honor to Shotaro Ishinomori, who held the Guinness World Record for most comics published by one author, totaling over 128,000 pages. The city is filled of colorful statues of manga figures as opposed to the regular statues of war heroes you see in other cities. There is even one at the entrance of City Hall. This beautiful place once is now destroyed.

 

Flying saucer?

 

Sant Juan Bautista

 

  

 

 

 

 

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Ravaged The shoreline and areas nearby is absolutely wiped out. May Peace Prevail Even as we walked inland, the devastation can be seen in miles k-smash Kid... boats Several boats traveled miles in land. Rubble Cars thrown about Empty Swing Walking up the stairs to nowhere Car in pool Sad Lastly, we met Ms Sato who is a proud owner who lost a lot in the Tsunami, but she was determined to restart her business. Her spirit is great and I believe we can all help her, and we will soon find ways where you can participate to help.

Tomorrow would be a tougher day. Snow is expected and we are going to more shelters. -- Robin Low

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