TAMF supports Oshika kids’ study program. Oshika peninsula is the closest to the epicenter. Its population decreased from 4500 to 2500 after the disaster. 1st to 9th grades totals to 127, which was 320. This drastic reduction seriously damages their educational environments as well as its local economy.
Local people and supporters launched a wonderful project to sell wakane seaweed to run the place for those children. Wakame planting is one of the major business in the area. Those are available online as well.