By Tim Saunders on
“In disasters like this, the actual topography of the landscape tends to change, making current maps of the region absolutely useless for rescue work and humanitarian aid” says Adam. “[I] support MapAction, which is an organization that sends British geographers or volunteers to crisis zones around the world, such as Haiti and now Japan. There they’ll map the tsunami affected areas to produce real time maps to assist the rescue and relief effort out there.”
MapAction – whose patron is Prince Harry – is a special organization that plays a crucial role in delivering humanitarian aid to the right place, quickly.
To help support this organization’s important work in Japan, click here.
“The people of Japan really do need your support, and they need it right now,” says Adam. “Visit SeeTheDifference.org, type in MapAction, and make your donation.”
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