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Typhoon Talim hits Kyushu
Typhoon Talim hit Kyushu Sunday morning, with 2 casualties and 38 injured... Read more >
Floods bring Peace Winds back to Nepal
Heavy rains and floods struck Nepal on August 11.   More than 460,000... Read more >
Peace Winds Responds in Sierra Leone
On 14 August 2017, torrential rains hit the capital city of Freetown,... Read more >
Peace Winds America Special Donor Recognition
Peace Winds America appreciates and values our donors, whether businesses, organizations, foundations,... Read more >
One Month After the Floods: Peace Winds Continues To Provide Supplies to Evacuees
Peace Winds continues to provide operation support at Haki Junior High Evacuation... Read more >
FLASH APPEAL: Donations Needed for Haki Evacuation Center Evacuees
Since deadly floods hit Kyushu in early July, hundreds of evacuees are... Read more >

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Typhoon Talim hits Kyushu
Typhoon Talim hit Kyushu Sunday morning, with 2 casualties and 38 injured as of September 18. Heavy rains and winds left over 1,400 households in Kumamoto, Miyazaki, and Kagoshima prefectures without power. Nearly 60,000 households in parts of Oita and Miyazaki prefectures were ordered to evacuate due to flooding concerns, with up to 120 mm of rain per hour measured in Saiki, Oita Prefecture. We will have more updates as information develops from the… 
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