14th Oct. Sanae Nakajima will be a speaker of Global Education & Sustainable Development Program

 

TSUDA OPEN University

Global Education & Sustainable Development Program/ Fall semester, 10times

 

This course is for anyone wanting to gain a deeper understanding of community development, current issues and wants the opportunity to learn from fieldwork specialists. This is for anyone interested in INGOs, or wanting to learn more about what is going on in the world.

Learn about current community development issues from experts in the field. This course includes several classes by experienced instructors and guest speakers with practical experience in the field.

 

 

(TSUDA OPEN UNIVERSITY:http://tou.tsuda.ac.jp/course/detail/915/)

 

Sanae Nakajima, Chairperson of the Board of Free The Children Japan will be a speaker on 14th Oct. 

We're looking forward to see you there!

 

TSUDA OPEN University

Global Education & Sustainable Development Program/ Fall semester, 10times

■Oct 14 Saturdays 13:00-15:00 

Theme:Meeting education needs of vulnerable groups

Speaker: Sanae Nakajima, Chairperson of the Board Free the Children Japan

 

more details

http://tou.tsuda.ac.jp/course/detail/915/

 


Please Donate To Our Trick or Treat Halloween Fundraiser

Trick or treat, Halloween is just around the corner!

Recently, Halloween parties have become popular in Japan, especially in the heart of Tokyo.

 

Free The Children Japan is holding our annual Halloween Fundraiser and

our members are getting in the spirit of the season!

 

Throw on your best costume, bring a friend, and help out a great cause! We’re putting the fun in fundraising this Halloween!

 

 

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Free The Children Japan is currently taking donations for six ongoing projects. Where your money goes is completely up to you!

 

We're collecting donation by project.

. Educational Support for Indigenous Children (The Philippines)

. Healthy School Lunch Project (India)

. Sustainable Agriculture/Irrigation Project (The Philippines)

. Water/Sanitation Project (India)

. Income Develpment Project (Kenya)

. Emergency support (The Philippines)

 

project details

http://www.ftcj.com/donate/project/project.html

 

Transferring Money Via Japan Post Bank

Account No: 00120-5-161532

Account Name: Free The Children Japan

If you are transferring money from a bank account other than Japan Post please use the following account information. Branch:019 Account no: 0161532

 

When prompted to add a message please specify where you'd like your donation to go to.

Unspecified donations will go to funding FTCJ's general daily activities.

For those requesting a receipt, please say so and include your name, address and telephone number.

 

Transferring Money Via Other Bank Accounts

Bank Name: Mitsubishi Tokyo UFJ Bank

Branch Name: Ueno Branch

Account No: 5360502

Account Name: Tokuhi) Free The Children

 

When prompted to add a message please specify where you'd like your donation to go to.

Unspecified donations will go to funding FTCJ's general daily activities.

For those requesting a receipt, please say so and include your name, address and telephone number.

 

For questions and information about donations, e-mail us.

info@ftcj.com

 


Our Crowd Funding has been achieved!ーPhilippine National School for the Blind - Dormitory Roof repair/School bus project

 

Crowd Funding of Support project for the People with Disabilities in the Philippines has succeeded to gather more than 8 million yen. Thanks for your donation, we can start rehabilitation of the dormitory of Philippine National School for the Blind and can buy a Braille printer.

 

The average rate of enrollment for primary  education in the Philippines has recently reached 96% nationwide. In stark  contrast only 5% of visually impaired children are enrolled in school. In Japan alone there are more than 70  schools designated for the visually impaired. In the Philippines there are only  two. Of the two, only one school, the Philippine National School for the  blind  provides the newly mandated 11th  and 12th grade education.

 

Being the only school in the nation to offer  visually impaired students upper level education, the Philippines National  School for the Blind understandably has a long list of applicants hoping to  attend. Currently 96 students are using the schools dormitory which, at 46  years old, is crowded and because of the poor condition of its roof,  temperatures inside reach 35 degrees Celsius or higher on a regular basis.

 

In addition, the school has only one Braille printer in spite of it has 144 students. Therefore, the students have difficulty to get enough reading materials in Braille.

 

In order to help visually impaired students  in the Philippines continue to receive a proper education, Free the Children Japan have done Crowd Funding from November 17 to February 15 for rehabilitation of the dormitory and buying a new Braille printer.

 

We are really appreciated for your help.

 

 

 


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