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[Ukraine]Peace Winds continues to provide comprehensive support to people in Ukraine


Peace Winds continues to provide comprehensive support to people in Ukraine who have been evacuated from their homes due to the ongoing conflict.   More than 20 months have passed since Russia invaded Ukraine, and recent weeks has seen an escalation of attacks by the Russian military, including extensive drone attacks on Kyiv on November […]

[Ukraine]Delivering Medicines to Assist 30,000 People


Due to the invasion by Russia, medical facilities in Ukraine continue to face shortages of essential supplies. In order to address this situation, Peace Winds, in collaboration with the Ukrainian humanitarian aid organization “100%LIFE” and in coordination with the Ministry of Health and the Public Health Center of Ukraine, has delivered various types of medicines, […]

[Ukraine]Kindergartens reopened after 20 months


Two kindergartens in Chernihiv city in Ukraine which were destroyed by Russian attacks last year reopened in late October. Children’s voices and laughter filled the newly opened kindergartens.       Peace Winds has been repairing and renovating Kindergarten No.4 and Kindergarten No.72 in Chernihiv City. These kindergartens were destroyed by Russian missile attacks and […]

[Ukraine]We have delivered hot meals to more than 5,200 people who evacuated from Ukraine


More than a year and a half have passed since Russia invaded Ukraine. The number of Ukrainian people who evacuated to Moldova have fluctuated depending on the situation but we have seen some increase in the number since June this year. Since April last year, Peace Winds Japan has provided support for private temporary shelter […]

[Ukraine ]An interview with an Ukrainian family who evacuated with a cat


Peace Winds Japan, in cooperation with our partner organization NCUM (National Congress of Ukraine in Moldova), has been delivering hot meals to those who have evacuated from Ukraine and stay at a temporary shelter in Moldovan capital Chisinau. Among the people who stay at these shelters, some apply for residence visas, some seek private housings […]