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The following is the latest news from Peace Winds Japan.

[Haiti]PWJ continues building community resilience

2019.8.13

Peace Winds Japan (PWJ) has begun the second year of the community resilience project in southern Haiti where natural disasters like hurricane could severely affect vulnerable communities in rural area. This year, we are working in Arniquet Commune, neighboring commune of Saint Jean du Sud in South Department where the similar project was implemented last [...]

[Nepal]the voice of survivors

2019.8.1

Picture of Kishun Ram- Dalit Basti, Buniyadh-08, Fatuwa Bijaypur Municipality, Rautahat District   “The first time I sat in-front of a proper camera was when I first went to a photo studio to take a picture of myself for my citizenship card. That was decades ago and I have not faced a camera since.” shares [...]

[Nepal]Radio broadcast for farmers

2019.7.9

Peace Winds Japan (PWJ) has been implementing agriculture project since 2018 in Sindupalchowk District of Nepal with our implementing partner, Institution for Suitable Actions for Prosperity (ISAP). Sindupalchowk is one of the fourteen most affected districts of Nepal by the earthquakes in April and May 2015. In March, PWJ and ISAP begun radio broadcast services [...]

West-Japan Floods– Activity Report (One Year)

2019.7.6

West-Japan Floods– Activity Report (One Year)   Everything has changed since this day last year. The West Japan Floods devastated a wide area around Hiroshima, Okayama, and Ehime Prefectures. Shortly after the disaster struck, Peace Winds Japan’s Search-and-Rescue Team intervened and we have been on the ground ever since. In Mabi-town, the ongoing rapid recovery [...]

[Uganda]A SUCCESS STORY OF JOYCE ABAU, A SOUTH SUDANESE REFUGEE LIVING IN IMVEPI REFUGEE SETTLEMENT.

2019.7.3

‘In my home in Lupapa village; Yei town, I lived happily with my children, farmed and managed a small business that sustained my family needs” begins Joyce Abau, a 53-year-old widow who arrived to Imvepi refugee settlement nearly three years ago with her six children. “Life went normally until 16 July 2016 when the conflict [...]