Japan Emergency NGO (JEN)

We put our utmost efforts into restoring a self-supporting livelihood both economically and mentally to those people who have been stricken with hardship due to conflicts and disasters. We do so promptly, precisely, and flexibly by fully utilizing local human and material resources, considering this the most promising way to revitalize the society.

Campaign posters fill the streets.

Campaign posters fill the streets.
Photo from Progress Report 'Continuing to Improve Iraqi Students' Lives' (view small | med | large | orig)

Students with their new portable trash boxes.

Students with their new portable trash boxes.
Photo from Progress Report 'Continuing to Improve Iraqi Students' Lives' (view small | med | large | orig)

Students replant flowers in front of their school.

Students replant flowers in front of their school.
Photo from Progress Report 'Bringing Back Smiles to Ishinomaki' (view small | med | large | orig)

A student enjoys the new playground.

A student enjoys the new playground.
Photo from Progress Report 'Bringing Back Smiles to Ishinomaki' (view small | med | large | orig)

A concert is held at the new community house.

A concert is held at the new community house.
Photo from Progress Report 'Bringing Back Smiles to Ishinomaki' (view small | med | large | orig)

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