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.
Relief Assistance for Syrian Refugees in Jordan
 
The Syrian civil war has been caused by the vast number of Syrian refugees in Jordan is more than 655,400. About 80,000 of them are living in the Za'atari Refugee Camp where the largest in Jordan is. The camp is nicknamed "Children's Camp", it is characterised by the large number of under-17 are 44,000. JEN's project has been moving into the long term empowerment for the people fled from Syria to Jordan. project reportread updates from the field
Educational Support for Children in Iraq
 
JEN has been providing humanitarian aid in Iraq since the commencement of its projects in Baghdad, 2003. JEN has subsequently expanded its target areas for 6 provinces, where it has continued to improve the educational environment through its school rehabilitation programmes. Since 2014, the outcomes of Iraq crisis were the cause of vast numbers of refugees and Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs). JEN has been carrying on humanitarian aid for the IDPs and assisting the returnees' livelihood. project reportread updates from the field
Emergency Aid for Kumamoto earthquake affected
 
JEN has dispatched and start implementing the emergency support to the poeple of Kumamoto city and it neibouring towns. As the frequent quakes expand the damages to entire Kyushu region, the number of people affected increases day by day. So far, we assessed "material" needs to provide relief goods and necessary food, followed by debris removal tool kit, urgently. We hope that our unique projects will contribute as evacuee's psychological first aid during the emergency phase. project reportread updates from the field
Livelihood Assitance in Sri Lanka
 
In Sri Lanka the internal conflict has continued since the 1980s until 2009. Although most evacuees have returned to their hometowns, land has been devastated, houses and wells destroyed, and most of the people have lost their jobs due to the conflict . JEN focus on assistance for construction of agricultural wells for farming, and establishment of Well Maintenance Committees and Agricultural Cooperative Societies as ways to empower communities for self reliance in the northern Sri Lanka. project reportread updates from the field
Relief Assistance for Tohoku Earthquake Affected
 
JEN has been carrying on the relief operations in Ishinomaki-city in Miyagi, which is one of the most severely affected municipalities. So far, we assessed needs to improve the quality of life of people who were affected by the earthquakes and the tsunami at the long-term level. Our operation has been shifting to the reconstruction activities, such as livelihood supports and rebuilding community networks rather than the initial emergency assistance and psychological first aid. project reportread updates from the field
 
   

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