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Miyamoto Relief applies engineering expertise to sustain life in at-risk communities around the world. Our focus is on seismically upgrading schools to safeguard the lives of those most vulnerable. Miyamoto Relief also works to preserve cultural heritage and historic structures. The entire history of a culture can be lost in a few seconds of an earthquake.

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Rebuild Beirut

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GOAL : 30000 $

RAISED : 4002 $

On August 4th, a chemical blast destroyed parts of the Port of Beirut, Lebanon. Over 200 lives were lost.

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Puerto Rico Earthquake Recovery

The January 2020 earthquake damaged 10 percent of buildings in the area and collapsed several schools.

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Save the Last Tribes of Ethiopia

Help us protect the lives, livelihoods and culture of tribes struggling for self-sufficiency in the Omo Valley, Ethiopia.

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The need is great and together we can save lives and make communities seismically safe.

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ENR GLOBAL PROJECT OF THE YEAR

The Restoration and Seismic Strengthening of an Earthquake Earthquake-Damaged UNESCO World Heritage Site: Gaddi Baithak
In 2016, with funding from the U.S. Ambassadors Fund for Cultural Preservation and assistance from Nepal's Department of Archaeology, Miyamoto Relief began the repair and strengthening of this heritage building in Kathmandu, Nepal.
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LATEST NEWS

October 2

The Lebanese Struggle: A Conglomeration of Crises

It has been over 57 days since the massive explosion in Beirut wreaked havoc across the city. Unfortunately, the overall situation has yet to improve.

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September 14

Help Blast Victims in Beirut Rebuild Their Homes

Last month, a chemical explosion ravaged the Port of Beirut, Lebanon. In just a 5 km radius, homes were flattened, and lives were lost.

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June 18

Return Water to Ethiopian Tribes

In the Omo Valley, Ethiopia, new infrastructure developments threaten lives and livelihoods by altering the seasonal floods on which [...]

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