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"Not Children To Be Forgotten" project for creating the IT application of trauma care using Art Therapy for 1.4 billion children under the Covid-19 restrictions and the war in Ukraine.
TODAY IS THE DAY is working on for local and global humanitarian support campaign for children "Not children to be forgotten...'' As 70% of children, 1.4 billion on this planet suffer from depression with having trauma under Covid-19 pandemic restrictions and the influence of wars. Everyweek over 400 children on this planet are commiting suicide very sadly.
Antidepressant for children and adolescents medications increase risk of suicidality in children and adolescents being treated with it as the results of pediatric studies according to FDA. Therefore not using any medicines, "Not Children To Be Forgotten" is planned by using Art Therapy techniques on IT technology that can be reachable to every child and adolescent anywhere in the world.
WHAT WE DO
Channeling our awareness into asking questions and building solutions.
FUNDRAISING THROUGH ART
Annually, through donated works of art we hold our Today Is The Day Benefit Auction. Many of our wonderful humanitarian artists donate their works for this benefit and the proceeds from these pieces go directly to the children of Fukushima in order to fund their art retreats and relief programs.
SPEAKING WITH DOCTORS
We have been talking to doctors all over the world in order to track the effects and impacts of radiation over the Fukushima area. Through these talks we have learned more about solutions and how we can decrease the suffering of the children and people of Fukushima.
INTERNATIONAL TALKS AND LECTURES
We have held many international lectures and talks all throughout the world that educate the people on the issues that are often hidden and ignored by the public that are plaguing the lives of the children of Fukushima.
WHY FUKUSHIMA NEEDS OUR HELP
During the radioactive incident in Fukushima dangerous radioactive elements such as iodine and cesium were released into the Fukushima community. These elements found their way into the soil and water and can result in skin damage, thyroid damage, cancer, and death.
The people most at risk for these effects are the children and after the disaster in Fukushima the numbers of thyroid cancer cases in children under the age of 18 has drastically increased.
Furthermore, the emotional effects of this disaster and the tsunami in 2011 have resulted in great amounts of suicides caused by mental stress, despair, anxiety, and depression.