(Planned activity)

Installation of solar-powered street lamps
in refugee camps with no electricity

Refugees come to refugee camps to escape from hometowns torn by strife and other calamities in a desperate attempt to extend their lives one day at a time. Many camps in Africa have no electricity, and residents spend sleepless nights in fear of crime and violence. To safeguard women and children from violence and sexual abuse and to create an environment where one feels safe even at night, we are delivering solar-powered street lamps to the refugees, along with light and hope for a better tomorrow.
*The activity will be carried out in cooperation with Japan Association for UNHCR (United Nations high Commissioner for Refugees), a certified not-for-profit organization.

(Planned activity)

Creating healthcare centers with delivery facilities and providing needed equipment and supplies to protect the lives of mothers and babies

The people of the Philippines have enjoyed better health in recent years thanks to improved healthcare facilities provided by the government and non-governmental organizations. Yet, in impoverished rural areas such as Northern Samar, healthcare facilities are still poorly equipped to provide appropriate medical treatment, claiming many lives even today. Delivery rooms for babies are also in short supply, endangering the lives of mothers and newborn babies in case of complications. We are building and enhancing medical service to save the lives of the people in impoverished rural areas.
*This activity will be carried out in cooperation with Plan Japan, a public interest incorporated foundation.