Disaster Mitigation Research Center
Disaster Mitigation Research Center

Founding Year: 2010

Staff: 20

Budget:

Nobuo Fukuwa (Director)

A research center that “provides a cooperative framework for local government, companies, and citizens to improve the preparedness of the local community for future natural hazards.” It “offers disaster mitigation training courses for local public officers and volunteers.”

 

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Disaster Mitigation Research Center contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals


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  Geographic Foci

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