Food assistance to Buzi District Government People in a long line to receive meals A primary school as a temporary shelter People walking on flooded roads to fetch water

Peace Winds Japan

Org #16569
Vetted since 2020
1996
year founded
$100,799
raised on GlobalGiving
2
years fundraising
3
projects funded
* Amounts in US Dollars

Mission

1) Provide timely humanitarian relief in emergencies to help people whose lives have been threatened by conflicts and natural disasters. 2) Assist communities whose social foundations have been destroyed by providing rehabilitation and development cooperation for self-sustainability. 3) Pursue conflict prevention and resolution through our field activities. 4) Raise public awareness by disseminating information on assistance needs. 5) Put forward proposals for improving the effectiveness of relief-providing mechanisms in society.

Project Leaders
Daniel Ok
Daniel Ok
Rika Yamamoto
Rika Yamamoto
Hiroshi Kunita
Hiroshi Kunita
Organization Information
1161-2 2nd Floor, Chikada
Jinsekikogen-cho, Hiroshima Prefecture 720-1622
Japan
+81-847-89-0885
Organization Information
1161-2 2nd Floor, Chikada
Jinsekikogen-cho, Hiroshima Prefecture 720-1622
Japan
+81-847-89-0885

Project Reports

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May 3, 2021
Another Disaster Hit Mozambique- Cyclone Eloise
Since Cyclone Idai, which brought catastrophic damage to Mozambique in March 2019, Peace Winds Japan (PWJ) has assisted survivors who were in serious humanitarian needs. However, before we could find...
Jan 4, 2021
Safe Water Restored in Cyclone-Hit Mozambique
After one year and ten months since March 2019 cyclone, as many as 740,000 people in Mozambique found themselves being in need for safe water and sanitation unfortunately.   Peace Winds Japan...
Sep 5, 2020
Safe Water to Cyclone-Hit Mozambique (Sep 2020)
Since the passing of the emergency relief period, survivors of Cyclone Idai were left only two choices: migrate to a bare resettlement land far away from their farming fields, without sufficient...
 
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