- Budget: US$ 8.6 m
- Completion date: November 2014
- Direct beneficiaries: 50,000
- Indirect beneficiaries: 100,000
Qatar Sports Park is a groundbreaking sports facility that is planned for Shirakawa City. Known as the gateway to the Tohoku region, the city’s residents had to be evacuated following the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster in 2011. The innovative Park is due for completion by the end of 2014, meaning those same residents will soon be able to enjoy recreational activities that are an integral part of life in Japan, and which will reinvigorate the lives of up to 150,000 people in Shirakawa and the surrounding area.
Your introduction to QFF
QFF supports projects that address urgent, crucial and sustainable needs for the greatest number of beneficiaries, and focus on four main priority areas: child education, fisheries, healthcare, and entrepreneurship.
Tohoku 5 years on
Japan has the most advanced disaster preparation strategies in the world. Anti-seismic building regulations are stringent, every schoolchild knows what to do in an earthquake and advance warning systems are in place for tsunami and volcanic eruptions.
Qatar Friendship Fund Project NewsLetter
MORIUMIUS LUSAIL is a modern sustainable learning complex using a restored 93-year-old elementary school, supported by a grant from the Qatar Friendship Fund (QFF), in Ogatsu-cho of Miyagi, Fukushima.