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Who We Are?

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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Help Ukraine Rebuild

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GOAL : 130000 $

RAISED : 1502 $

As Russia’s war on Ukraine keeps raging, and despite missiles continuing to rain down on Kyiv each week, we witnessed first-hand that the Ukrainian people are beginning to reconstruct their homes, schools, and bridges. Many have remained in their own country to live their lives and while some have the means to deal with the current situation, there are still plenty of disadvantaged families who need our assistance.

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2021 Haiti Earthquake Relief

GOAL : 200000 $

RAISED : 605 $

A 7.2 magnitude earthquake hit Haiti on Saturday, August 14. USGS reports that more than 10,000 people have died...

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Ananda Kuti School Retrofit

GOAL : 107000 $

RAISED : 5252 $

Damage from the 2015 earthquake in Nepal continues to prevent students from returning to school. Help us rebuild a safe environment for learning at Ananda Kuti.

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

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2019 Award Winner

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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August 17

Repairing Damaged Homes in Beirut, Lebanon: A Collaboration Between the Center for Disaster Philanthropy and Miyamoto Relief

On August 4, 2020, there was a deadly explosion in Beirut, Lebanon caused by the inadequate storage of 2,750 tons of ammonium nitrate in the Port of Beirut.

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March 18

Limited Edition Prints by Renowned Artist Anish Kapoor on Auction to Benefit Ethiopia’s Kara Tribe

Anish Kapoor, named one of the most influential sculptors of his generation, and nonprofit Miyamoto Relief are auctioning limited edition prints to support the Kara Tribe...

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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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