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Subcommittee Subcommittee on Disaster Prevention Major Activities

The 17th Meeting (2019)2019-10-01

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■ Date: March 5 (Tue.) - 7 (Thu.), 2019
■ Venue: Area of Miki City, Kobe City, Hyogo Prefecture, Japan
■ Participants
○ 30 participants from 15 organizations from 5 countries
2 NEAR Secretariat staff members (Director of Department of Planning and Public Relations, Expert on Japan)
• Japan(1): Hyogo Prefecture
• South Korea (4): Busan Metropolitan City, Incheon Metropolitan City, Gyeongsangbuk-do Province, Chungchengbuk-do Province (8 participants)
• China(3): Heilongjiang Province, Jilin Province, Hunan Province (6 participants)
• Mongolia(5): Tuv Province, Arkhangai Province, Uvs Province, Sükhbaatar, Bayan-Ulgii Province (8 participants)
• Russia(2): Kamchatka Territory, Sakhalin Region (4 participants)

○ March 5 (Tue.)
Major Contents
• Welcoming Session
- Vice governor of Hyogo Prefecture, superintendent of Hyogo Prefecture's disaster prevention department, and consulate staff from the consulate of three countries, including the Consulate General of the Republic of Korea in Kobe.

○ March 6 (Wed.)
• Visit to the 'Future Center of Human and Disaster Prevention'
- Video screening of earthquake disaster and recovery (the Great Hanshin Earthquake and Great East Japan Earthquake) and introduction to disaster prevention and disaster reduction
• Introductions titled 'Hyogo Prefecture’s Measure for Disaster Prevention' and 'Phoenix Disaster Prevention System', an informative and comprehensive system for disaster prevention and case presentations by country

○ March 7 (Thu.)
• 'Hyogo Wide Anti-Disaster Center'
- Lecture titled, 'Lessons for Disaster Prevention from the Hansin-Awazi Earthquake', tour to a reserve storage, and simulation of real-time disaster situation such as an earthquake
• - The Great Hanshin earthquake, occurred on January 17, 1995 at 05:46. In particular, Ogura area enables people to experience the threat of natural disasters preserving transformation of the surface of the earth by fault movement (designated as a national monument in July 31, 1998)