APFS’s support-project in Oshima disaster was successfully completed. (added the impressions of the participants on January 16)


Giving Samosa to volunteer center
On November 30 (Sat), APFS’s support-project in Oshima disaster was over three days and successfully completed.

On third day (today), we made Samosa (Fried and wrapped dish of vegetables in Pakistan) after we got up at 5:00. We did so because we wanted everyone, such as people who work in the volunteer center, to eat a taste of our country. Many students and volunteers took part in the activities for recovery, and we heard the Samosas run out immediately.

After working until noon, we returned at 17:00.

We enjoyed conversation in the bathing facilities, and interacted with other volunteers. And we were asked when we would come back.

Thanks to your supporting and cooperating, we could carry out this project. We hope that we could be a power of recovery in Oshima.

★Members participated in this project sent us their impressions. Please have a look (only Impression 3 is Japanese).