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トップページ震災・復興Miyagi Prefecture Disaster Recovery Plan

Miyagi Prefecture Disaster Recovery Plan

印刷用ページを表示する 掲載日:2011年11月24日更新

Policy Objective

The "Miyagi Prefecture Disaster Recovery Plan" outlines the 10 year course aiming at recovery from the enormous damage suffered as a result of the earthquake, and the massive tsunami following it, which struck Miyagi on March 11th, 2011.
 Having been accepted by the Prefectural Assembly (Regular Session, September 2011), we would like to publically announce the Miyagi Prefecture Disaster Recovery Plan as outlined below.

Basic Concept

1 Building communities strong against disasters in which people can live with peace of mind

By investigating the cause of this disaster and the damage it induced, and by creating both hard and soft countermeasures based on regional ways of life and historical viewpoints, we aim to prevent any loss of life should a similar disaster occur again, and to build communities strong against disasters in which people can live with peace of mind.

2 Recovery focusing individual citizens as the core

In remembrance of those who fell victim to this unprecedented disaster, we will plan for the recovery and further development of our strengths as a prefecture. Each citizen should recognize their own role toward this recovery, and we will hold close the bonds between Miyagi, Tohoku, and all of Japan.

3 Not simply "Recovery" but drastic "Re-structuring"

Going beyond "recovery" of disaster affected areas and focusing on the state of the lives of prefectural citizens, we plan to create optimal infrastructure by drastically "re-structuring" the shape of the agriculture, forestry and fishing industries, commercial industry, and the organization of public facilities and disaster prevention facilities.

4 Forward-looking community building that solves issues of modern society

Amid the recovery from this disaster, we aim to engage in forward-looking community building that solves the variety of issues surrounding modern society and communities, such as the decline in population, the aging of society, environmental preservation, living in harmony with nature and creation of a safe, secure community.

5 Formation of a recovery model from catastrophic damage

Ten years after this disaster (in fiscal 2020), we will form a model for recovery from catastrophic damage, based on our accomplishment of recovery employing new institutional designs and bold methods.

Period/Goals of Plan by Fiscal Year

 This plan will be carried out over ten years, ending in fiscal 2020.

 (It will be categorized into three parts: Restoration Period (3 years), Reconstruction Period (4 years), Development Period (3 years))

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