水のいらない安心・長期保存可能な液体ミルクを日本の被災地へ送る支援活動をしています。Ready-to-feed milk for infants are water needless,safe,quick,and have a long-lasting shelf life.We are engaged in aid activities to send such milk to Japan.

Hello everyone!

I'm Etsuko Honda, the subdelegate of Milk for Japan,
who just came back to Japan

We held the earthquake disaster charity event,
"Disaster Prevention Seminar for the Parents
with Young Children" in Nagoya on July 10th which
was a community-based activity for the child-care
support group "Mama Start Club".

We had a booth for Milk For Japan, prepared at the hall,
and was allowed to distribute liquid milk and the flier
which summarized the contents of our activities and
explained that the event was a part of the support
project for the great earthquake in East Japan.
Further,we promoted the fact that this is supportable
and we are planning a series of activities for the
mothers with small children, to help the members of
the Tokai district deepen their understanding and
help in the preparation of a disaster.

The keynote lecture on the first day delivered the
message which is useful in the preparation and
refuge in the event of a disaster in the home.
The topic, by Ms. Mayu Kyoi of "The Piggyback Ride
Research Institute", was "Disaster Prevention
Seminar which protects a child from harm during
massive earthquake", which is important knowledge
for families with young children.

This is demonstration of the baby hug string w
ithin the keynote lecture.


In our booth, using fliers and samples, we exhibited
the benefits of liquid milk.
I spoke of our activity, and was allowed to carry out
a fund-raising campaign, which will help toward further
milk purchase.


Participants ranged from 0-4-year-old children, mothers
and father. There appeared great interest in liquid milk,
which many were seeing for the first time. Our staff's
2-month-old and 1 years-old children became the model
for the day, and I demonstrated the usage and showed
the people visiting our booth how to use liquid milk
using some of our samples.


Although the baby was unused to a feeding bottle it
wasn't familiar with, it drank the lot up.
Here is a blog from one of the staff who cooperated.
(Japanese only)

Finally, if there are any workshops related to food,
power-saving, clothing and shelter etc.,
as well as a bazaar or lectures, we wish to attend
and use the opportunity to introduce our activities.

Etsuko Honda

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