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.
GNI is an international humanitarian and developmental non-governmental organization that respects the dignity of human beings and strives for the restoration of humanity and ethical virtues.
We at GNI contribute to the building of a global community where people live together in harmony and find joy in sharing.
We prescribe to a holistic approach in providing sustainable development and relief work, regardless of race, nationality, religion, ideology, or geographical constraints.
We are commited in solving the problems of underprivileged and marginalized people to help them build their own futures free of poverty and discrimination.
We mobilize, manage, and utilize local resources to maximize effective and efficient work. We are an enabler that works in cooperation with our partners. We will work in anywhere we are needed.
Good Neighbors Japan (GNJP) was established in Osaka in 2004, and took legal personality of non-profit organization as Good Neighbors Japan. Having moved the office to Tokyo in 2006, we support 8 countries in Asia and Africa.
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.
If there is anything we can do other than activities listed above, we will work on it actively, so please contact us freely.
Good Neighbors Japan
TEL: 03-6423-1768 FAX: 03-6423-1766 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org