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The following is the latest news from Peace Winds Japan.

[Nepal]Flood Traces and Villagers’ Hope


On June 15, 2021, at around 8:00 p.m., in Melamchi district, one of PWJ target areas, was hit by a major flood. About 260 households were affected and 600 villagers were evacuated. Eighteen Nepalese, two Chinese, and one Indian were killed, and two Indians and one Chinese are still missing.   Melamchi district before the [...]


[Iraq] Peace Winds Has Completed Updating the Homes of 2,900 Syrian Refugee Families and Counting


Beginning in 2018, Peace Winds embarked on a two-year project to upgrade shelters in four refugee camps in Erbil, Iraq. By 2020, we had successfully upgraded the homes of 1,500 Syrian refugee households, providing them more durable futures and increased safety and dignity.   Even better news: we didn’t stop there.   Last year, Peace [...]


[Press Release]Japan’s Health Screening “KENSING” Ship Arrived in Palau to Prevent NCDs


On 30 November, 2021, Peace Winds Japan held the unveiling ceremony for the health screening KENSING ship at the Marine Law pier in Koror. The event was attended by H.E.Surangel S. Whipps Jr., President of the Republic of Palau, H.E. Akira Karasawa, Ambassador of Japan to Palau, Hon. Uduch Sengebau Senior, Hon.Gustav Aitaro, Minister of [...]


[Palestine]Nida and her Journey of Patience and Diligence


Nida Al-Zaeem is a 35-year-old Palestinian mother of four children (two daughters and two sons), who obtained a Bachelor’s degree in Technology Management in 2014. With her childlike features, Nida appears as a steadfast mountain, persistent in the face of many ordeals that overweighed her shoulders prematurely. Her words sounds as those of an old [...]

[Nepal]Enhancing the local capacities for COVID management


Peace Winds Japan in collaboration with the local partner Institution for Suitable Actions for Prosperity (ISAP) has been implementing the project “Distribution of Medical and Health Supplies to Isolation Centers in Sindhupalchowk district, Nepal” to effectively manage the COVID infected population through well-equipped isolation centers and ultimately curb the community level transmission. The project is [...]