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To be a resource for the potential growth of our society by environmental awareness, education of world problems through exposure to different cultures, and people who are in need. To encourage an awareness of the world's people through nurturing and compassionate activities. To sustain our future development through lnternational Understanding. There are five types of programs :

  • 1.Global Seminar
  • 2.Work Camp and Study Tour
  • 3.Development Education Study Group
  • 4.Management offices
    • - Tala Association
    • - Pagasa Foster System
    • - Development Eduecation Network
  • 5.Fund Raising Programs : YMCA members, students and staff conduct a fund raising campaign for international cooperation. The proceeds of which go to support programs whose goal is to enable refugees and help developing countries to stand on their own two feet. There are two types
    1.International Cooperation Fund
    2.Asian Alliance of YMCA's Emergency Aid Fund

Adderss, Phone and E-Mail to the Tochigi YMCA and Utsunomiya YMCA 2-7-42 Matsubara, Utsunomiya, 320-0041
Japan
Phone+81(28)624-2546
Fax+81(28)624-2489

E-Mail:t-ymca@po.ssctnet.or.jp


Adderss, Phone and E-Mail to the Utsunomiya East YMCA4-21-14 Mine, Utsunimiya 321-0942 Japan
Phone & Fax+81(28)661-7451 E-Mail:tatsu@po.ssctnet.or.jp

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To provide a non-competitive environment which afffords each child the opportunity to become aware of his or her individual strengths,encourages self-reliance and builds self confidence through participation in various physical,social and educational activities.

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To nurture good will in the community by being insightful of the needs of the people and being innovative in program development to provide for those needs both for today and tomorrow.

international volunteer of tochigi YMCA

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