|October 10th, 2011- AAR JAPAN’s overseas staff member Chiya NAGASHIMA (right) interviews Ms. Phatma, 50 years old. “I used to own about 500 goats, but the majority of them have died. The remaining 50 are emaciated and cannot be sold,” she says.|
October 18th, 2011- The relief supplies were brought to the capital city of Nairobi and then transported by 2 trucks. Tomoko SONODA (left), AAR JAPAN staff hands a relief package to a mother and her two children.
“I am extremely thankful for the supplies,” says Ms. Fatuma ALI.
|A shack used by one of the herders who gave up on their previous nomadic lifestyle.|
A tent used as a classroom at a refugee camp in Dadaab, provided by AAR JAPAN in September. The number of schools is far from sufficient and immediate support is needed in the field of education.