The following is the latest news from Peace Winds Japan.
Peace Winds Japan (PWJ) made the last distribution of relief goods to an evacuation center in Jyoso City, Ibaraki Prefecture on October 23. Our assessment showed that the number of evacuation centers has decreased from 24 to 6 since the heavy rain caused severe floods in early September. PWJ also confirmed the emergency relief items [...]
A series of heavy rainstorms that hit Myanmar last July caused severe flooding nationwide in the country, to which Peace Winds Japan (PWJ) responded with emergency relief. Once the water had receded, PWJ began early recovery activities in Ayeyarwady Region in August and in Magway Region in September. The following is the latest report from [...]
More than five years have passed since PWJ first responded to provide humanitarian aid support to the post-conflict devastations in Sri Lanka. After the emergency response was completed, PWJ started providing livelihood support programs in Trincomalee District, Eastern Province. In 2013, PWJ started a new project called “Farmers’ Cooperative Market Access Support” in Tricomalee. This [...]
Tsunami Torn Community Close community torn apart by temporary housing The reconstruction of tsunami affected areas in northeastern Japan has been moving along, yet slowly. In Minamisanriku, Miyagi, some families have started to move out of temporary housing and into new houses, but still about 70 per cent of people are living in temporary housing. Most of [...]
Peace Winds Japan (PWJ) has been providing operational support for a private social welfare institution called “Vervist Care Center” in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia since 2006. VCC houses 40 children who are unable to live with their parents due to their economic as well as difficult situations at home, and provide them with education and vocation trainings so that they [...]