peace winds JAPAN

News

Kenya

[KENYA]Indications of trainees’ self-independency

2019.11.25

My name is Saul Ambasu. I have worked as ISSB machine-operator/production trainer and direct sales man of ISSB machines for 5 years in Makiga Engineering Company. I joined Peace Winds Japan (PWJ) as the lead trainer for ISSB youth Livelihood project in 2017. It was my dream to work with an NGO that was either [...]

VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT(Project coordinator KENYA)

2019.10.28

Position: Field Coordinator – Peace Winds Japan (PWJ), Kenya Location of work: Kakuma and Kalobeyei, Kenya Direct supervisor: Head of Mission, PWJ Kenya Peace Winds Japan (PWJ) – Kenya opened the office in Nairobi in 2012 and has been supporting refugees from neighbouring countries in Dadaab, Kakuma and Kalobeyei in Kenya providing shelters and latrines [...]

[Kenya]The first humanitarian field seen from James, accountant of Nairobi office.

2019.10.9

Introduction My name is James Gem working with Peace Winds Japan as a Finance officer in Nairobi, Kenya. I joined the organization 5 months ago from the private sector. This has given me the opportunity to have a first-hand experience in the humanitarian field which I only read and watched previously but now being part [...]

KENYA: Civil Society Side Event of TICAD VI at Laico Regency Hotel in Nairobi, 11h-12h30, on 26 August 2016

2016.8.25

In Africa, over 4 million people are forced to flee their own country and live as refugees in exile. Social stability is one of the three thematic issues focused in TICAD VI. Refugees are victims of conflicts and vulnerable to be protected but at the same time they should be empowered to become the driving [...]

Kenya : Building Temporary Houses for South Sudanese Refugees

2016.3.17

End of January, 2016 – it is the hottest time of the year in Kenya.  Also it is the time when butterflies come to life all at once, millions of it.  During the recent visit to Kakuma Refugee Camp, where PWJ is building temporary houses for the South Sudanese refugees, we saw butterflies everywhere. Kakuma [...]