Japan, 2011

Location: Japan, Ishinumaki

Date: May 2011

Incident: Earthquake & Tsunami

No. of People Affected:

No. of Clarion Team members deployed:

Achievements: Rapid Assessment Team/Pathfinders. Shelter, Water purification.

Following the Japanese earthquake and tsunami, in May 2011, IMAT deployed its assessment team, which successfully mitigated logistical barriers generated by nuclear instability.  Follow up teams were able to push into the Miagi prefecture and based out of Ishinumaki to provide aid to the surrounding population in shelters and provide purified water to a community.

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