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Save the Children Japan

Save the Children Japan

Est: 1986 (incorporated 1995)
Chair: Tateno Junzo
Headquarters: 8 Floor, 3-2-6 Nihonbashi Hongokucho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
Osaka Office: W-804, 10-12 Sugawara-cho, Kita-ku, Osaka

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# Major Projects
+ Programs for the educational sector in Nepal. The program theme is ‘Getting Children Out of Work and Into School'.
+ Programs such as 'Integrated Child Development Program (ICDP)', 'Early Children Development Project (ECDP)' and 'Child-to-Child Project (CTC)' in Vietnam.
+ Constructing schools, provide literacy classes for children and other activities related educational support in Afghanistan.
+ Health service support ensuring improved quality of healthcare for undernourished children in Myanmar.

# Corporate Relationships
Working with the business sector and developing jointly successful partnerships with companies across a wide range of industries. Funding from donation boxes in Family Mart franchise convenience stores. Also they have been chosen a partner of the Northwest Air Cares Charity Program.

# Background
Save the Children is the world's leading independent organization creating real and lasting change for children all around the world. It is a non-governmental organization (NGO) and have been working on aid programs since 1919. Save the Children is based on the rights of the child, first expressed by Save the Children's founder, Eglanyne Jebb, and now enshrined in the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child.
The organization is working to improve the environment of children, their families and their surroundings in over 115 countries all over the world.

TTE's donation will be used for "Nepal Link" and "Vietnam Link" - 150,000 yen respectively to support each of these projects in Vietnam and Nepal.

150,000 yen will send 75 children to literacy classes for 10 months In Nepal;
150,000 yen will provide 11,400 infants a meal in Vietnam,
or help 225 families create vegetable gardens

(25% of donations will be used for operational expenses)

Worldwide International Save the Children Alliance project information:

To wire donations from Japan

via the post office:
Acct. #: 00900-1-120760
Recipient: Save the Children Fund

Nepal: Literacy classes for children who have not attended school. These children go on to elementary after 10 months of classes.

Nepal: Outdoor theatre promoting school attendance to parents and children. In Nepal, where there is little formal amusement, theatre is a powerful means of delivering a message.

Vietnam: Mothers and children gather to make and eat gruel from inexpensive yet nutritious ingredients found in their own villages, as a means of helping undernourished children.

Vietnam: Pregnant mothers are supported in an effort to bear healthy children.

Vietnam: A forum for teaching mothers cooking and simple child-rearing tips.