LESSONS LEARNED FROM TOHOKU
WHEN DISASTERS STRIKE,IT’S NATURE’S FAULT
WHAT HAPPENS AFTERWARDS,IT’S OUR RESPONSIBILITY
SOME PEOPLE ARE GIVEN A BURDEN,OTHERS, WE, ARE GIVEN A GIFT
USE YOUR GIFTTO LIFT THE BURDEN OF OTHERS
Everyone can help.
BUTIs helping any help?      Not really…At least not in the way   we are doing it…
Often when we help…            We make life decisions for             those we are helping.
Often when we help… We fail to see the whole picture and feel content          to help.  We search the approach most effic...
we destroy the very same environmentwe are trying to help.              we displace local capacity.
we measure our success by thedelivery of help or completion of    actions not actual impact.
NEVER HELP:ENGAGE, ENABLE, EMPOWER ANDCONNECT
COORDINATION THROUGHCOMMUNICATION, NOTCENTRALIZATION
EVERYONE CAN JOINAND ADD VALUE
THE BEST TEAM IS NOT THE ONE WITHTHE BEST MEMBERS, BUT THE TEAMTHAT MAKES ITS MEMBERS BETTERAND ENABLES THEM TO DO MORE.
Ms AikawaI SEE AMAZING PEOPLE WALKINGAROUND LIKE REGULAR PEOPLE
I SEE AMAZING PEOPLE WALKINGAROUND LIKE REGULAR PEOPLE
Dr SudaI SEE AMAZING PEOPLE WALKINGAROUND LIKE REGULAR PEOPLE
I SEE AMAZING PEOPLE WALKINGAROUND LIKE REGULAR PEOPLE
DISASTERS DON’T CREATEREFUGEES, THEY CREATE
IT IS THE CONVENTIONAL RELIEFSYSTEM THAT TURNS SURVIVORSINTO REFUGEES.
WHO ARE THE DISASTERSURVIVORS?
DISASTERS DESTROY THE PHYSICALINFRASTRUCTURE, BUT THE SOCIALSTRUCTURE REMAINS
THE CURSE OFEXCLUSION AND DISPLACEMENT
CHAOS FOUND?NOT AMONG THE SURVIVORS THOUGH
MOST EFFECTIVE HELPCOMES WHEN THE COMMUNITY IS EMPOWEREDTO MAKE DECISIONS AFFECTING THEM
RELIEF B2B
FAIR PAY FOR VOLUNTEERS
MARKETS OF HOPE:ENABLING ENTREPRENEURSVS. CREATING REFUGEES
A GLOBAL MARKETPLACE OF PRODUCTSAND SERVICES FROM DISASTER AREASAND DISADVANTAGED COMMUNITIES
DISASTER RECOVERY WITHDIGNITY, INCLUSION, GENERATION OFWEALTH AND OPPORTUNITIES
FROM DONATIONS TO PURCHASES,FROM BEGGARS TO MERCHANTS,FROM ONE TIME TO SUSTAINABILITY
LOCAL INNOVATION ANDGLOBAL ENTREPRENEURSHIPYour very own competitive advantage
WHAT MAKES USDIFFERENT, MAKES US BETTER
FIND YOUR SUPER POWER, JOIN ALEAGUE OF HEROES AND EXERCISE IT
TO SUPPORT THE SURVIVORS,VISIT THE REBUILT DISASTER AREASTO SUPPORT LOCAL ECONOMY
JOIN US TO IMPACT PEOPLE’S LIVES ANDTOGETHER WE CAN CHANGE THEWORLD
Robin Lowrobin@doing.gdwww.relief20.com
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  1. 1. LESSONS LEARNED FROM TOHOKU
  2. 2. WHEN DISASTERS STRIKE,IT’S NATURE’S FAULT
  3. 3. WHAT HAPPENS AFTERWARDS,IT’S OUR RESPONSIBILITY
  4. 4. SOME PEOPLE ARE GIVEN A BURDEN,OTHERS, WE, ARE GIVEN A GIFT
  5. 5. USE YOUR GIFTTO LIFT THE BURDEN OF OTHERS
  6. 6. Everyone can help.
  7. 7. BUTIs helping any help? Not really…At least not in the way we are doing it…
  8. 8. Often when we help… We make life decisions for those we are helping.
  9. 9. Often when we help… We fail to see the whole picture and feel content to help. We search the approach most efficient to us not tothose we are trying to help.
  10. 10. we destroy the very same environmentwe are trying to help. we displace local capacity.
  11. 11. we measure our success by thedelivery of help or completion of actions not actual impact.
  12. 12. NEVER HELP:ENGAGE, ENABLE, EMPOWER ANDCONNECT
  13. 13. COORDINATION THROUGHCOMMUNICATION, NOTCENTRALIZATION
  14. 14. EVERYONE CAN JOINAND ADD VALUE
  15. 15. THE BEST TEAM IS NOT THE ONE WITHTHE BEST MEMBERS, BUT THE TEAMTHAT MAKES ITS MEMBERS BETTERAND ENABLES THEM TO DO MORE.
  16. 16. Ms AikawaI SEE AMAZING PEOPLE WALKINGAROUND LIKE REGULAR PEOPLE
  17. 17. I SEE AMAZING PEOPLE WALKINGAROUND LIKE REGULAR PEOPLE
  18. 18. Dr SudaI SEE AMAZING PEOPLE WALKINGAROUND LIKE REGULAR PEOPLE
  19. 19. I SEE AMAZING PEOPLE WALKINGAROUND LIKE REGULAR PEOPLE
  20. 20. DISASTERS DON’T CREATEREFUGEES, THEY CREATE
  21. 21. IT IS THE CONVENTIONAL RELIEFSYSTEM THAT TURNS SURVIVORSINTO REFUGEES.
  22. 22. WHO ARE THE DISASTERSURVIVORS?
  23. 23. DISASTERS DESTROY THE PHYSICALINFRASTRUCTURE, BUT THE SOCIALSTRUCTURE REMAINS
  24. 24. THE CURSE OFEXCLUSION AND DISPLACEMENT
  25. 25. CHAOS FOUND?NOT AMONG THE SURVIVORS THOUGH
  26. 26. MOST EFFECTIVE HELPCOMES WHEN THE COMMUNITY IS EMPOWEREDTO MAKE DECISIONS AFFECTING THEM
  27. 27. RELIEF B2B
  28. 28. FAIR PAY FOR VOLUNTEERS
  29. 29. MARKETS OF HOPE:ENABLING ENTREPRENEURSVS. CREATING REFUGEES
  30. 30. A GLOBAL MARKETPLACE OF PRODUCTSAND SERVICES FROM DISASTER AREASAND DISADVANTAGED COMMUNITIES
  31. 31. DISASTER RECOVERY WITHDIGNITY, INCLUSION, GENERATION OFWEALTH AND OPPORTUNITIES
  32. 32. FROM DONATIONS TO PURCHASES,FROM BEGGARS TO MERCHANTS,FROM ONE TIME TO SUSTAINABILITY
  33. 33. LOCAL INNOVATION ANDGLOBAL ENTREPRENEURSHIPYour very own competitive advantage
  34. 34. WHAT MAKES USDIFFERENT, MAKES US BETTER
  35. 35. FIND YOUR SUPER POWER, JOIN ALEAGUE OF HEROES AND EXERCISE IT
  36. 36. TO SUPPORT THE SURVIVORS,VISIT THE REBUILT DISASTER AREASTO SUPPORT LOCAL ECONOMY
  37. 37. JOIN US TO IMPACT PEOPLE’S LIVES ANDTOGETHER WE CAN CHANGE THEWORLD
  38. 38. Robin Lowrobin@doing.gdwww.relief20.com

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