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Angela Ortiz

Representative Director, OGA for Aid in Tokyo

OGA for Aid

PRESENTED ON OCT 09, 2014
IN TOKYO @ BCCJ COMMUNITY HUB

The Tohoku region, that was hit by the 9.0 earthquake and tsunami, is Angela Ortiz's home. The aftermath left Angela focused on helping to get people back on their feet, and rebuild their lives. OGA for Aid is a organization that helps survivors in the Tohoku area, organizing events for families, and raise awareness and interest in agriculture. 

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APPLYCAID

BY AMAURY DE COCQUÉAU
@ VOL 11 ON SEP 23, 2014

APPLYCAID founder Amaury de Cocquéau believes fundraising can be based on positive and FUN feelings. By developing addictive gaming apps for smartphones and tablets, he wants to make it happen. A share of all revenues generated from the his apps, yes ALL revenues - paid apps, in-app purchases or advertisements! - will be used to buy vaccines!

Simply put: every time people download an APPLYCAID’s game lives are saved.

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Lighthouse

BY AIKI SEGAWA
@ BCCJ COMMUNITY HUB ON OCT 09, 2014

Japan is one of the safest countries in the world. However, little is known of Japan's dark secret: human trafficking. 

Aiki Segawa talks in depth about the issue of human trafficking in Japan. With the organization of Lighthouse, Aiki is working hard to help victims of human, usually children as young as 6 years old. Working hard to raise awarness within Japan, gain support, and take action to eliminate human trafficking in Japan. 

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TELL

BY IAN DE STAINS
@ BCCJ COMMUNITY HUB ON OCT 09, 2014

Having good mental health, is just as important as having good physical health. Executive Director Ian de Stains goes into depth on the topic of mental health, and how the non-profit organization, TELL, helps with many people with mental illness, or just need a safe place to go and talk. 

 

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WaterAid

BY KAORU TAKAHASHI
@ BCCJ COMMUNITY HUB ON OCT 09, 2014

Kaoru Takahashi works for the global organization, Water Aid. Helping developing countires gain access to clean water, and Water Aid's goal is to for the world to have access to clean water, by 2030. 

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Bridge for Smiles

BY KEIKO HAYASHI
@ BCCJ COMMUNITY HUB ON OCT 09, 2014

Keiko Hayashi is a mother herself, and had no idea about the child abuse that Japan faces. After doing research on the issue, she started up the organization, Bridge for Smiles. Keiko goes into depth on how to help children, in abusive households, to not give up and live for a better life, along with raising awareness about child abuse, and gaining support in communities all over Japan. 

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STATT RASEN MÄHEN

BY TOBIAS MAXIMILIAN SCHNELL
IN DORNBIRN

Tobias Maximilian Schnell, an architect and an artist is presenting his idea of sustainable aid for refugees. Imagine, an austrian family with a big garden, now build a garden house in their backyard and voilà you have a sustainable new home for a refugee family. Tobias tells the story of how his idea would work but he isn't hidding the fact that there are a lot of failures to handle with...

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Bringing Relief

BY SHANNON BRANDT
@ VOL 5 ON MAR 15, 2016

Shannon Brandt takes us with her on this sometimes funny, often moving trip she made to Lebabnon to bring releif supplies to refugges fleeing the conflict in Syria.

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Humanitarian Aid Medicine

BY JAMIE WEIS
@ VOL 5 ON JUN 17, 2016

Jamie Weis takes us with her to practice medicine in disaster areas and remote underpriviledged locals, and reminds us that "Health Care" starts with caring.

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Wilderness First Aid

BY MIKE SCHILLER
@ VOL 24 ON JUL 14, 2016

Mike Schiller is a Wilderness EMT and has been teaching First Aid and First Responder courses for the Wilderness Medicine Institute of NOLS since 2002. He is also currently working with two partners on startup company RoomLeopard.com. He was previously Chief Executive Officer of the Green Building Alliance (GBA), advancing the organization in its mission to create healthy and high-performing places.   A native Pittsburgher and successful entrepreneur, he previously founded three for-profit companies, one non-profit, and one charter school, all of which are thriving.  He has a BSE from Princeton University and an MBA from Stanford Graduate School of Business. He loves to hike, kayak and climb mountains, and has been to 50 states, 33 countries and 6 continents.