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Share House in Kobe Offers Support for Foreigners in Need

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The International Share House "Minna no Ie" in Kobe's Nagata Ward, managed by the PHD Foundation, serves as a refuge for foreigners experiencing financial struggles or homelessness. One of the residents, Muhammad Abu Yousef from Jordan, found himself in need of support after facing challenges securing a job post-graduation in Japan despite completing his studies in organic chemistry at Kobe University.

Operated by the PHD Foundation, the share house not only offers a place to live but also provides a food bank and assistance with finding employment, including part-time jobs to encourage residents to save money and achieve independence. This support system aims to help individuals like Yousef navigate difficult situations and work towards a stable life in Japan, fostering a sense of community and empowerment among its residents. The PHD Foundation, established in 1981, has a long history of aiding foreigners in Japan experiencing difficulties related to food, housing, and employment, and the establishment of the share house in 2020 was a response to the increasing needs of financially distressed international students and other foreigners due to the impact of the coronavirus pandemic.

Heading the efforts of the share house is Hiroko Hama, who expressed a strong commitment to providing support to those in need, emphasizing the importance of being a safety net for individuals facing challenging circumstances. The share house has welcomed a diverse range of individuals from 21 countries, each with unique backgrounds and struggles, demonstrating the inclusive and supportive ethos of the facility. Through its provision of housing consultations and tailored assistance, the share house continues its mission of offering a helping hand to those in vulnerable circumstances, embodying a spirit of solidarity and care for the international community in Kobe.

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May 21, 2023 | 05:09