Good Neighbors Making The World A Better Place For Children
What is Good Neighbors Japan?
It opened as legal personality of non-profit organization as Good Neighbors Japan in Osaka in 2004, and moved to Tokyo in 2007.
GNJP supports 8 countries in Asia and Africa providing educational support, medical and health assistance, and supports activities such as vocational training.
*Good Neighbors International (GNI) is an international humanitarian and developmental non-governmental organization in General Consultative Status with the United Nations Economic and Social Council (UN ECOSOC).
GNI strives to improve lives, especially children's lives, through education, food, shelter, community development, medical care, advocacy, and emergency relief.
GNI has made great strides in its mission by providing people around the world with a better quality of life since its establishment in 1991 in Korea.
A society in which children smile, and in which everyone can live like a human being.
To come together with people from around the world to put an end to the cause of poverty and discrimination, and to remove the threat of disaster and conflict.
GNJP strives to improve children's lives, through education, food, shelter, community development, medical care, advocacy in 8 countries of Asia and Africa, and emergency relief projects.
In Japan, we also provide opportunities for everyone to “KNOW” through exhibitions of photographs of children in developing countries, events of international cooperation, and lecturing activities.
Field countries: Bangladesh, Cambodia, India, Indonesia, Nepal, Kenya, Ethiopia, and Chad
We are making efforts to reduce poverty by telling as many people as possible the problems that the world is facing and encouraging civil society to participate in international cooperation.
Development Education Activity:
We are giving lectures and classes on international cooperation at school in Japan.
Implementation of events in World Day against Child Labor Campaign, holding of charity events with domestic and foreign artists such as Korean stars, and exhibitions of photographs in cafes and restaurants.
If there is anything we can do other than activities listed above, we will work on it actively, so please contact us freely.
|President||Rei Fukui (Professor at The University of Tokyo)|
|Vice president||Bocksang Han (Professor at Osaka Sangyo University)|
|Executive Director||Satoshi Koizumi (CEO of Good Neighbors Japan)|
|Directors||Ilha Yi (Chairperson of Good Neighbors International)
Chie Ryu (Secretary General of Benesse foundation for Children)
Eunhwa Kang (Associate Professor at Saitama Prefectural University )
|Auditors||GwiSeong Hwang (CEO of Inc. HachitoNi)|
|Legal Adviser||Noriyasu Kaneko (Lawyer)|
|Financial Adviser||Shigeki Ebisui (Certified Public Accountant)|
|Labor Adviser||Hirotsugu Asai (Specified Licensed Social Insurance Consultant)|