Emergency Relief for the Crisis in Ukraine/DRCongo Our Project Outcome to Date 3 Vocational Training (Tailoring) A Group Photo with Staffs

Terra Renaissance

Org #83576
Vetted since 2020 Top Ranked Effective Nonprofit
2001
year founded
$55,664
raised on GlobalGiving
1
year fundraising
0
projects funded
* Amounts in US Dollars

Mission

Terra Renaissance is a Japanese-based Non-Government Organization (NGO) dedicated to world peace. We believe every one of us has the power to create the future. It was founded in Japan in 2001 with a focus on the issue of land mines and cluster munitions, small arms and light weapons and child soldiers. For more than 20 years, we have been providing support for the most vulnerable people in conflict and disaster-affected areas worldwide. ECOSOC authorized.

Project Leaders
Terra Renaissance
Terra Renaissance
Shingo Ogawa
Shingo Ogawa
Organization Information
21-403, Gojoutakakura, Kadosakaimachi, Shimokyouku
Kyoto, 6008191
Japan
+81 757418786
Organization Information
21-403, Gojoutakakura, Kadosakaimachi, Shimokyouku
Kyoto, 6008191
Japan
+81 757418786

Project Reports

Each of GlobalGiving’s nonprofit partners is required to send quarterly donor reports detailing the impact of their work. Here are some of their recent updates:

May 23, 2022
Terra Renaissance is Training with a Mission: Report from Uganda
Terra Renaissance is Training with a Mission: Report from Uganda After more than two decades of an immensely cruel war, the Acholi people of Northern Uganda are in a process of healing, both as...
May 9, 2022
Situation Analysis of Refugees from Ukraine in Hungary: Report from Hungary #4
It has been almost two months since we launch our emergency relief activity for Ukraine in Hungary, and our actions are now in full swing. Our findings based on our field research are the...
Apr 29, 2022
Why we provide emergency relief in DR Congo#I Conflict in DRC and its relationship to us
Since 1998, 5.4 million people have lost their lives in the conflict in DR Congo, which began in 2002 with a peace agreement but has deteriorated again since 2016, resulting in more than 17,000 new...
 
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