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Emergency Response

[Haiti]Delivering Mobility Aids to 120 disabled people in southern Haiti


Peace Winds would like to thank you for your donations to support those affected by the large earthquake in the Republic of Haiti on August 14, 2021. With your support, we were able to distribute mobility aids, such as crutches, walkers, and wheelchairs, to people with disabilities who are particularly vulnerable, creating an environment where [...]

[Japan] Lending a trailer to a hospital to contain the coronavirus


Prioritizing patient safety while also protecting yourself, your peers, and surrounding people at the same time. As the new coronavirus continues to spread, medical institutions across the country are being pressed to contain the outbreak. Today on the 5th of March ARROWS lent a trailer to a hospital in western Japan. This trailer has a [...]

[Japan] Masks delivered to 136 medical and welfare organizations in Japan in response to the Coronavirus outbreak


The new coronavirus outbreak has spread not only in China, but has also spread throughout the world including Japan. In response to the spread of the infection in Japan, on the 21st of February, ARROWS made the decision to distribute stockpiled masks. On the 25th, 170,000 masks were shipped to medical institutions around the country. [...]

[China] 1,000kg of emergency medical supplies to medical institutions in China to stop the Coronavirus outbreak


In response to the spread of the new coronavirus infection in China, ARROWS, a flying medical emergency response group, transported approximately 1,000 kg of medical relief supplies to China on the 5th of February. One ARROWS staff member was in charge of transporting goods from Saga Airport to Shanghai Airport using Spring Airlines, and supplies [...]

[China] “Thank you to everyone in Japan”- Distribution of N95 masks and medical gloves to hospitals in China affected by the Coronavirus


As the coronavirus continues to spread globally, Peacewinds Japan began working with the Asia Pacific Alliance Japan (A-PAD) to provide emergency supplies to affected areas. On the 31st of January, a Japanese staff member was dispatched from Saga to Shanghai to transport approximately 200 kg of medical professional relief supplies (500 medical protective clothing, 1000 [...]