Brief von JEDRO-Direktor Koshiishi
Ein Brief von JEDRO-Direktor
Pfarrer Isamu KOSHIISHI (Moderator des NCCJ)
vom 6. Februar 2012
Betreff: Grant Proposal for Tohoku HELP Food Radiation Measurement Project
Dear Ecumenical Friends and Colleagues:
Greetings in the name of our Lord. On behalf of JEDRO's Steering Committee I would like to propose another grant which you will find in the attachment of this Email.
This is a project called "Food Radiation Measurement" by Tohoku HELP. If you have already generously contributed to projects by Tohoku HELP such as "Grand House Project" or "Non-Japanese Disaster Survivors Support Project," we are most grateful for your continuous support.
As you know, the consequences of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant explosion continue to threaten a great number of residents in Tohoku, and our relief work especially for those of the next generation requires immediate attention. Internal exposure of radioactive contamination through food is a critical matter that none of us can afford to overlook.
Tohoku HELP already initiated some planning activity for this proposal with the approval of the JEDRO Steering Committee in the end of last year. With your full support, Tohoku HELP will be able to offer information and hope for these residents in Japan. We also ask that you please share this project with potential donors that we may not be aware of.
Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions. The date of the grant proposal appears late as the project already launched out in December 2011. This was due to some late adjustments we had to make. We hope you will respond generously and expeditiously for the sake of these survivors.
With continued appreciation for your solidarity and partnership,
Rev. Isamu Koshiishi, NCCJ Moderator, JEDRO Executive Director
(Foto: Tohoku HELP, Hilfsteam. Auch für Ausländer fühlt man sich verantwortlich)
Die Projektbeschreibung steht unter "Katastrophenhilfe: JEDRO-Projekt III"