Due to unpredictable and high levels of Disasters in Japan and Africa, JANIDA needs to be disaster prepared all the time and proactive before and after the disasters in order to effectively manage disaster related problems,
Therefore we call upon all the donor communities and well-wishers to fundraise towards this cause to enable JANIDA supplement on government and other Non-state Actors effort in saving the lives of the vulnerable communities affected with disasters in Japan and Africa.
Climate Change remains the greatest challenge for the rural poor smallholder farmers in Africa. Its adverse effects are not new to the discussions in Africa and elsewhere in the world and for a very long time these farmers continue to experience a rise in sea level and the increased occurrence of natural disasters that greatly undermine the development process in Agriculture. Currently there has been a continuous occurrence on unpredictable weather conditions which has greatly affected the poor smallholder farmers causing loss of their crops and livestock. Therefore Environmental conservation and planting of trees should be a must if we want to save our planet.
JANIDA is currently offering Japanese volunteer training and dispatching them to work on projects in different African nations. This program will be starting in January 2017.
Contact JANIDA office for details