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[Nepal] PWJ team on the ground to provide emergency relief to flood tormented communities


Due to the heavy rain that occurred on 11th August, there are more than 140 deaths in Nepal plain area and more than 460,000 people have been evacuated to safer area.  On September 6, Peace Winds Japan (PWJ) has dispatched staff and they have been preparing for emergency relief activities to help people alleviate from difficult situation.

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Flood left large debris all over (Left)  People are having to stay at a make-shift shelters (Right)

PWJ plans to distribute the package of daily necessities including dishes and sanitary goods which were swept away by the flood, and these activities will be implemented with our local NGO partner, ISAP (Institute for Suitable Actions for Prosperity).  ISAP and PWJ have been working together providing relief and recovery projects to people affected by the Nepal Earthquake disaster in 2015.

This project is funded by Japan Platform and PWJ supporters.