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Between July 2016 and January 2017, Kumustaka conducted a interview research included 30 immigrant single mothers who experienced the 2016 Kumamoto Earthquake.
In the research, we examined how immigrant single mothers, who ghenerally tend to be socially isolated, have limited access to information, and limited connections to the Japanese community, coped at the time of the disaster and subsequent evacuation, and what the challenges were that they faced as single mothers and as immigrants.
To share the challenges and suggestions on a support system
for future disasters that we fave learned from the research and to
better understand multicultural society, we have published the report
We are also offering the booklet version of the report for free, so if you are interesed in, please contact us.
Download the Report in English Here
Download the report in Japanese Here