Through community led development, our programs in Cambodia, Indonesia, Myanmar, Thailand, Timor-Leste and Vietnam are creating stronger communities and changing lives.
By engaging with communities, we are sharing information and resources and leading sessions on topics like nutrition, hygiene and emergency preparedness. Our work is hands-on and engages all members of the community to develop sustainable solutions like water filters and sanitary toilets.
In Japan, we are using research, advocacy and outreach work to discover and develop the best disaster response and preparedness methods. We are implementing these methods in our programs throughout Asia. Our work helps communities to plan for potential emergencies. And when disaster strikes, we’re there to help communities recover.
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A Mentor and Sister
My Name is Nimo Adam. I was born and raised in Somalia. My childhood was full of chaos since my family and I lived in a war zone area. I spent all of my childhood attending boarding school and lived at an orphanage until I finished high school. Growing up was very challenging. During my childhood, I was interested in …
Azria’s Newfound Support
Over the past couple of years, Azria’s home in Indonesia has become more and more empty. Her two sons married and moved away and her husband, unfortunately, passed away in 2019. Left to care for herself, Azria has depended mainly on her garden to earn an income. In her garden, Azria grows corn, pepper, long beans, bananas, ginger, sere and …
The Gift of Love and Friendship
Throughout our programs, around the world, love is always present regardless of any difficult situations our program participants may be experiencing. At our group homes for young refugees in Indonesia, there is a kind of love that is fully alive: the love of friendship. This Valentine’s Day we are celebrating two young boys whose profound love for one another has …