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[Kenya]ALONG THE TRANSIT CORRIDORS PWJ ‘s intricate contribution to Kakuma and Kalobeyei Reception Centers

2022.10.7

Akatch (a pseudonym), a 23-year-old mother of two, scrambles early every morning to find water for her daily needs at a reception center in the Kakuma refugee camp in the arid northwest of Kenya, and waits in line for food rations with a ration card to feed herself and her screaming children. The Akatch, along […]

Refugee women and hygiene promoters discussing on menstrual hygiene management

[Kenya]VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT

2021.8.11

Position: Programme 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 and host communities in Dadaab, Kakuma and Kalobeyei in Kenya […]

[Kenya]Breaking the Silence

2021.5.25

It is 37 degrees on this day in Turkana West Sub county as we walk to a compound where one of our girls focus groups discussions are being held. We expect to get feedback from girls, women, boys and men on menstrual health issues following a distribution of 8,000 reusable sanitary pads, that were locally […]

1-3 生理用ナプキンとポーチを受け取った女の子たち集合写真

[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 […]

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