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[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 [...]

[Nepal] Two new projects have just started – WASH and Agriculture

2018.3.7

Peace Winds Japan (PWJ) has been working in Sindupalchowk District of Nepal, which was among the seven most severely hit districts by the earthquake on April 2015, in cooperation with ISAP (Institution for Suitable Actions for Prosperity) as implementing local partner. Continuing the effort of rehabilitation and rebuilding since the tragedy, PWJ in its fourth [...]

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

2017.9.21

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 [...]

Nepal Earthquake : Six Months Relief Activity Report and moving forward

2015.10.25

 It has been six months since the 8.0 earthquake struck northern Nepal on April 25, 2015 severely affecting thousands of people’s lives and livelihood.  According to UNOCHA, over 8000 lives as well as 600,000 houses have been lost by the disaster, and there are about 60,000 people in displacement. * Peace Winds Japan (PWJ) has [...]