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【Mozambique】6 months since the cyclone. Reopening farms and agricultural training


It has been 6 months since Cyclone Idai hit Mozambique. In order to enable people who were affected by the cyclone to resume their lives Peace Winds Japan distributed agricultural materials to 1987 families. How are the agricultural materials being used now? We went back to Metuchira resettlement area in the Sofala province and visited [...]

Supporting the victims of Cyclone Idai in Mozambique


One month has passed since Cyclone Idai ravaged southeast Africa affecting people in Mozambique, Malawi, Madagascar, and Zimbabwe. With high winds up to 205 km/hr and heavy rain causing flooding, the cyclone killed over 600 people in Mozambique and caused an estimated USD 770 million in damages. An estimated 400,000 were displaced from their homes [...]

Fundraising for “Kids Be Kids!” – Sports Day for Rohingya Refugee Children


In August 2017, violence against the Rohingya erupted in Rakhine State in Myanmar and forced more than 700,000 people to flee the country. Among those who crossed the border into neighboring Bangladesh, 60 per cent were children (IOM, 2018). Being a child at a refugee camp is difficult – children who are separated from their [...]

[Sulawesi, Indonesia] ARIGATOU! from Palu


As of November 6, there are still over 211,000 people living at temporary shelters, most of them lost their houses from the earthquake and tsunami on September 28. They did not just lose their houses, all the personal belongings, memories, and many also lost their family members and friends. City of Palu, is one of [...]

(Sulawesi, Indonesia) PWJ staff began assessment for earthquake and tsunami disaster


Magnitude 7.5 earthquake struck the island of Sulawesi, Indonesia, which triggered tsunami and caused major devastation in the area.  On October 1, 2018, Peace Winds Japan (PWJ) staff reached the island of Sulawesi, Indonesia, and began assessing the situation to identify the needs to provide emergency relief assistance to those in need. As of now, [...]