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History of RHQ
1979 Project launched to promote settlement of Indo-Chinese refugees in Japan under commission from the government
Resettlement Promotion Center opens in Himeji-shi, Hyogo
1980 Resettlement Promotion Center opens in Yamato-shi, Kanagawa
1982 Refugee Reception Center opens in Omura-shi, Nagasaki to start Temporary Protection Project
1983 International Refugee Assistance Center opens in Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo
1995 Omura Refugee Reception Center closes down (Total number of residents: 7,965)
Project for asylum seekers, Project on world's refugees, and Project for Enightenment and Puclicity start
1996 Himeji Resettlement Promotion Center closes down (Total number of residents: 2,640)
Kansai Branch opens in Kobe-shi, Hyogo
1998 Yamato Resettlement Promotion Center closes down (Total number of residents: 2,641)
2003 Assistance to Convention refugees begins
2006 International Refugee Assistance Center closes down (Total number of residents: 6,242)
RHQ Support Center opens in Tokyo
2010 Settlement Support Program implemented for the resettled refugees. (Myanmar refugees, 5 families 27 people)
2011 Settlement Support Program implemented for the resettled refugees. (Myanmar refugees, 4 families 18 people)
2012 FWEAP certified as Public Interest Incorporated Foundation
2013 Settlement Support Program implemented for the resettled refugees. (Myanmar refugees, 4 families 18 people)
2014 Settlement Support Program implemented for the resettled refugees. (Myanmar refugees, 5 families 23 people)
2015 Settlement Support Program implemented for the resettled refugees. (Myanmar refugees, 6 families 19 people)
2016 Settlement Support Program implemented for the resettled refugees. (Myanmar refugees, 7 families 18 people)
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