Respect Everyone, Create Our Future

The Foundation for the Welfare and Education of the Asian People (FWEAP) aims to realize a society in which diversity is respected and everyone enjoys peaceful life. We pursue to achieve this goal by facilitating welfare and educational exchanges between Japan and other Asian countries as well as by implementing support activities for refugees and foreign residents in need from Asian countries.

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Respect Everyone, Create Our Future

The Foundation for the Welfare and Education of the Asian People (FWEAP) aims to realize a society in which diversity is respected and everyone enjoys peaceful life. We pursue to achieve this goal by facilitating welfare and educational exchanges between Japan and other Asian countries as well as by implementing support activities for refugees and foreign residents in need from Asian countries.

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Respect Everyone, Create Our Future

The Foundation for the Welfare and Education of the Asian People (FWEAP) aims to realize a society in which diversity is respected and everyone enjoys peaceful life. We pursue to achieve this goal by facilitating welfare and educational exchanges between Japan and other Asian countries as well as by implementing support activities for refugees and foreign residents in need from Asian countries.

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Respect Everyone, Create Our Future

The Foundation for the Welfare and Education of the Asian People (FWEAP) aims to realize a society in which diversity is respected and everyone enjoys peaceful life. We pursue to achieve this goal by facilitating welfare and educational exchanges between Japan and other Asian countries as well as by implementing support activities for refugees and foreign residents in need from Asian countries.

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Activity Report

Activity report

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Refugee Assistance

2021.12.06

The 42th Festival for Settled Refugees in Japan

On the 5th December, 2021, FWEAP held the 42th festival for settled refugees in Japan with Shinjuku-Ward at Shinjuku Cultural Center, Tokyo. The first part of the ceremony is "Discussion with Settled Refugees in Japan".About 30 settled refugees in Japan from various communities and representatives of Japanese organizations such as Shinjuku-Ward and UNHCR were participated in it.In the discussion, refugees reported on the impact of the coronavirus on their lives and their support to community members.  In addition, as a role model for settling in Japan, successful example of an education system for foreign residents in Japan was introduced by the Non Resident Nepali Association (NRNA) and Everest International School Japan (EISJ).  The Second part of the ceremony is "Commendations for cooperating organizations and individuals and model settled refugees". FWEAP honored settled refugees who are active in Japan , those who support them and companies that employ many of them. FWEAP will continue to make effort to promote mutual understanding with settled refugees. PhotoAbove: President of Everest Interntional School Japan introduced thier education systemBelow: Dr. Masahiro Fujiwara, President of the FWEAP commendate Mr. Tskasa Ishizawa, settled refugee from Cambodia 

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Refugee Assistance

2021.07.12

The Financial assistance for the Rohingya Refugees settled mainly in Gunma Prefecture

On June 11, 2021, Dr. Masahiro Fujiwara, President of the FWEAP and Dr. Satoshi Nagasaka, Chairman of the International, Social Service Japan (ISSJ) signed a financial assistance agreement of 1 million and 225thousand JPY. This agreement will support the food aid provided by ISSJ for the relief of Rohingya refugees who are financially in need due to the spread of the COVID-19. With this financial support, rice and vegetables plus some halal snacks for children or sanitary napkins for women will be distributed to about 240 Muslim refugees settled mainly in Gunma Prefecture and some in Metropolitan area as well as in Chubu Region.Here is the homepage of the ISSJ.(https://www.issj.org/en/) PhotoAbove: The remote signing ceremony was arranged between FWEAP Building and the headquarters of the ISSJ.From left Ms. Mieko Ishikawa, General Director of the ISSJ and Dr. Satoshi Nagasaka, Chairman of the ISSJ both are on the monitor screen, then Dr. Masahiro Fujiwara, President of the FWEAP and Mr. Kazuhiko Anzai, Advisor to the President and Senior Director of General Affairs Division, standing beside the monitor.Below: Both signatories are displaying the signed agreement at each other.

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Refugee Assistance

2021.07.09

The Financial assistance for the Refugees from Myanmar who live in Tokyo and Kanto neighboring prefectures

 On July 8, 2021, Dr. Masahiro Fujiwara, President of the FWEAP and Ms. Marip Seng Bu, President of the PEACE signed a financial assistance agreement of 2,000,000 JPY. The signing ceremony was held online due to the spread of the COVID-19. This project will support the food and hygienic goods conducted by the association for the purpose of the relieving refugees who are financially suffering from the spread of the COVID-19. In addition to staff members of PEACE, leaders of the Myanmar refugee community in each region will cooperate in this support activities.Here is the homepage of the PEACE: https://www.npopeacejapan.com/ PhotoAbove: The signing ceremony was held via ZoomFrom left, Mr. Saw Ba Hla Thein, Vice President of the PEACE, Ms. Marip Seng Bu, President of the PEACE, Dr. Masahiro Fujiwara, President of the FWEAP. Mr. Masashi Ogawa, Director General of the FWEAPBelow: Ms. Marip Seng Bu and Dr. Fujiwara showing the agreement

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Refugee Assistance

2021.06.23

The Financial assistance for refugees and asylum seekers in Kansai Region.

On June 22, 2021, Dr. Masahiro Fujiwara, President of the FWEAP and Ms. Keiko Tanaka, Co-Chairperson of the RAFIQ signed a financial assistance agreement of 200,000 JPY. This agreement will support the food and sanitary goods aid provided by RAFIQ for the relief of refugees and asylum seekers who are financially in need due to the spread of the COVID-19. With this financial support, RAFIQ will distribute rice, rubbing alcohol, diapers for babies and infants and sanitary napkins for women to around 30 refugees and asylum seekers from 14 households mainly in Osaka Prefecture and some other areas in Kansai Region. Here is the homepage of RAFIQ.(http://rafiq.jp/english/index.html) PhotosAbove: The remote signing ceremony was conducted between the respective headquarters of RAFIQ and the FWEAP.  From left Ms. Yutsuko Konda, Officer-in-Charge of the emergency aid operation of RAFIQ and Ms. Keiko Tanaka, Co-Chairperson of RAFIQ, both on the monitor screen, and Dr. Masahiro Fujiwara, President of the FWEAP and Mr. Masashi Ogawa, Director General of the FWEAP standing beside the monitor screen.Below: Both signatories are displaying the signed agreement at each other. 

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Refugee Assistance

2021.06.17

The Financial assistance for the Vietnamese Community attached to the Catholic Isesaki-Church, Gunma Prefecture

On the 16th of June, 2021, Mr. Binh Asakura, Representative of the Vietnamese Community attached to the Catholic Isesaki-Church in Gunma Prefecture and Dr. Masahiro Fujiwara, President of the FWEAP signed an agreement affording the former with 943 thousand JPY to be disbursed into the emergency food aid project of the community. The signing ceremony was held online due to the spread of the COVID-19. This project will support the food aid conducted by the community for the purpose of relieving the settlers, students and technical intern trainees who have been financially suffering from the spread of the COVID-19. With this financial assistance, food including rice, seasoning such as Nam pla fish sauce and canned food etc. will be distributed free of charge to 156 Vietnamese living in Isesaki City, Gunma Prefecture, plus a few of them in Metropolitan area. PhotoThe both signatories show the signed agreementFrom left, Mr. Nguyen V. Lee, former chairman of the Vietnamese Community attached to the Catholic Isesaki-Church, Mr. Binh Asakura, Representativeand  Ms. Tran T.N. Huan, Treasurer of the Community, who participated to the signing ceremony in Isesaki City, while Dr. Masahiro Fujiwara, President of FWEAP, participated to the ceremony in Tokyo.

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Refugee Assistance

2021.06.13

The Financial assistance for the Support center for Cambodian children

On June 11th, 2021, Mr. Akira Nishimura, Representative of Support center for Cambodian children and Masahiro Fujiwara, President of the FWEAP signed an agreement affording the former with 1 million and 79 thousand JPY to be disbursed into the emergency aid project of the center. The signing ceremony was held online due to the spread of the COVID-19.This project will support the food aid conducted by the association for the purpose of relieving the settlers, students and technical intern trainees who have been financially suffering from the spread of the COVID-19.With this financial assistance, food including rice, instant-noodle etc. and infection prevention measure goods including mask etc. will be distributed free of charge to approximately 350 people from Cambodia living in Kanagawa prefecture.  PhotoThe signing ceremony was held via ZoomThose three on the monitor screen are, from left, Mr. Tsukasa Ishizawa, Mr. Akira Nishimura, Mr. Lam Sarith of the Support center for Cambodian children, while standing in front of the monitor are Dr. Masahiro Fujiwara FWEAP President, Mr. Masashi Ogawa FWEAP Director General

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Refugee Assistance

2021.06.12

The Financial assistance for the Cambodian Community in Japan (C.C.J.)

On the 11th of June, 2021, Mr. Risei Kusunoki, President of the Cambodian Community in Japan (C.C.J) and Dr. Masahiro Fujiwara, President of the FWEAP signed an agreement affording the former with 1 million and 78 thousand and 7 hundred JPY to be disbursed into the emergency aid project of the C.C.J. The signing ceremony was held online due to the spread of the COVID-19. This project will support the food and hygienic goods conducted by the association for the purpose of relieving the settlers, students and technical intern trainees who have been financially suffering from the spread of the COVID-19.With this financial assistance, food including rice, pre-packaged curry, canned food, rice seasoning and hygienic goods including cooling gel sheets, non-contact thermometer etc. will be distributed free of charge to approximately 370 people from Cambodia living in Kanagawa prefectureHere is the homepage of the Cambodian Community in Japan.(https://npoccj2018.wixsite.com/npoccj) PhotoThe signing ceremony was held via ZoomFrom left, Mr. Darty Vice President of the C.C.J, Mr. Kusunoki President of the C.C.J, Dr. Fujiwara FWEAP President, Mr. Ogawa FWEAP Director General

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Refugee Assistance

2021.06.12

The Financial assistance for the Cambodia Cultural Center

On the 11th of June, 2021, Mr. Yoshiaki Naruse, Director President of Cambodia Cultural Center and Dr. Masahiro Fujiwara, President of the FWEAP signed an agreement affording the former with 1 million and 165 thousand JPY to be disbursed into the emergency aid project of the association. This project will support the food aid conducted by the association for the purpose of relieving the settlers, students and technical intern trainees who have been financially suffering from the spread of the COVID-19. With this financial assistance, food including rice, noodle, canned-food, vegetable, seasoning and infection prevention goods including face masks, rubbing alcohol will be distributed free of charge to approximately 600 people from Cambodia living in Kanagawa prefecture, Chiba prefecture, Saitama prefecture, Tochigi prefecture and Gunma prefecture.PhotoAbove: The signing ceremony was held at FWEAP Building in HirooFrom left, Mr. Yoshiaki Naruse Director President of the Association, Dr. Masahiro Fujiwara FWEAP President, Mr. Masashi Ogawa FWEAP Director GeneralBelow: Dr. Fujiwara having an interview about the influence of the spread of COVID-19 to the living conditions of Cambodian in Japan

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Other Activities

2021.10.12

Visit to resettled refugee children's supplementary classroom

On October 11th, 2021, Dr. Masahiro Fujiwara, President of the FWEAP visited to resettled refugee children's supplementary classroom named "Raku-kou".It is managed by Support 21, a social welfare foundation for refugees, returnees from China and Nikkeis (Japanese descendants),etc. to settle down in Japan. FWEAP has supported the foundation since 2021. On the day, He observed how teachers and student volunteers individually instruct the children.In addition, He exchanged opinions with Ms. Keiko Takahashi, President of the Support 21 about the support learning for foreign children and students.PhotoFrom Left, Mr. Kazuhiko Anzai, Advisor to the President, Dr. Masahiro Fujiwara, President of the FWEAP, Ms. Keiko Takahashi, President of the Support 21, Ms. Jinbo, Instructor, Mr. Takeuchi, staff of Support 21 

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Other Activities

2021.03.11

Vietnamese traditional event – Celebratory exchange of Vietnam National Foundation Day –

 March 10th of the lunar calendar is the anniversary of the death of King Hung, the founder of Vietnam, and is one of the most important holidays in Vietnam. According to Vietnamese folklore, King Hung was the hero who founded the first country in Vietnam called “Van Lan” in 2879 BC and is a symbol of the unification of the multi-ethnic country. The date of this festival changes every year due to the nature of the lunar calendar, and on Sunday, April 18th, the “Vietnamese Association of Japan (VAJ)” had a celebratory exchange at a meeting place in Ota-ku, Tokyo. This year’s event was held on a smaller scale to combat the spread of the coronavirus infection, but the traditional Vietnamese ancestral worship ritual was quite spectacular. Participating as guests, Mr. Ogawa, Director General and Ms. Kawai, Director of the 2nd Operation Division of the FWEAP, Mr. Fukiura, Special Advisor and Ms. Yanase, Chairperson of the Association for Aid and Relief, Japan, and Mr. Suzuki, General Secretary of the Commission for the Solidarity with the Asian Underprivileged. After the ancestor worship ceremony and speech from the organizers and guests, a panel discussion on the stability of the South China Sea and the surrounding area and an annual activity report of VAJ was held. Mr. Mikami, VAJ Acting ChairmanMr. Ogawa, FWEAP Director General 

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Other Activities

2020.09.29

Cambodian seasonal event: the harvest festival

Every November in Cambodia, a harvest festival is held for three days before and after the full moon for the purpose of appreciating the blessings of nature. Cambodian refugees observe the holiday as well, and this year in Japan, the festival was held at a meeting place in Isehara City, Kanagawa Prefecture by the “Cambodia Community in Japan (CCJ)“.Held on September 27, it was attended by the Cambodian Ambassador to Japan, H.E. Mr. Ratchana, FWEAP’s President Dr. Fujiwara, RHQ’s General Director Mr. Iso, the official members of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Hiratsuka City as well as the many Cambodians living in Japan. Following the guest greetings, an Om Bok was made according to Cambodian tradition and distributed to all participants. Om Bok is a food made by roasting harvested rice in a pot and crushing it with a rice mill and a cane. It has a cereal-like texture, and is known for its smoked flavor. Om Bok is made as an offering to the temple and many find freshly harvested rice to be especially delicious.  This year, for the first time, Om Bok was made using rice grown by Cambodian refugee Mr. Lee, who after studying Japanese at the Yamato Settlement Promotion Center, working for 20 years at a special nursing home. After that, he started cultivating rice in Fujisawa City six years ago by renting a neglected rice field. According to local landowners, the number of uncultivated farmland is steadily increasing because the number of heirs to cultivated farmland is decreasing. Despite this, the local economy of the region began to boom as a result of Mr. Lee’s rice cultivation, which was conducted on a rented plot of land which was 2,400 Tsubo large (7933.87㎡). In the year Mr. Lee started rice cultivation, he received free seedlings, fertilizers, cultivation machines, etc. from the union and received guidance on Japanese-style rice cultivation. In addition to this, Mr. Lee was suggested to participate into the residents’ association and the community cleaning activities of the city. Thanks to that, Mr. Lee was warmly welcomed by the locals without any major troubles. Mr. Lee looks forwards to cultivating three times as many rice fields with his friends next year because there are many requests from Cambodians living in Japan who want to purchase his harvested rice.  

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Refugee Assistance

2021.12.06

The 42th Festival for Settled Refugees in Japan

On the 5th December, 2021, FWEAP held the 42th festival for settled refugees in Japan with Shinjuku-Ward at Shinjuku Cultural Center, Tokyo. The first part of the ceremony is "Discussion with Settled Refugees in Japan".About 30 settled refugees in Japan from various communities and representatives of Japanese organizations such as Shinjuku-Ward and UNHCR were participated in it.In the discussion, refugees reported on the impact of the coronavirus on their lives and their support to community members.  In addition, as a role model for settling in Japan, successful example of an education system for foreign residents in Japan was introduced by the Non Resident Nepali Association (NRNA) and Everest International School Japan (EISJ).  The Second part of the ceremony is "Commendations for cooperating organizations and individuals and model settled refugees". FWEAP honored settled refugees who are active in Japan , those who support them and companies that employ many of them. FWEAP will continue to make effort to promote mutual understanding with settled refugees. PhotoAbove: President of Everest Interntional School Japan introduced thier education systemBelow: Dr. Masahiro Fujiwara, President of the FWEAP commendate Mr. Tskasa Ishizawa, settled refugee from Cambodia 

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Other Activities

2021.10.12

Visit to resettled refugee children's supplementary classroom

On October 11th, 2021, Dr. Masahiro Fujiwara, President of the FWEAP visited to resettled refugee children's supplementary classroom named "Raku-kou".It is managed by Support 21, a social welfare foundation for refugees, returnees from China and Nikkeis (Japanese descendants),etc. to settle down in Japan. FWEAP has supported the foundation since 2021. On the day, He observed how teachers and student volunteers individually instruct the children.In addition, He exchanged opinions with Ms. Keiko Takahashi, President of the Support 21 about the support learning for foreign children and students.PhotoFrom Left, Mr. Kazuhiko Anzai, Advisor to the President, Dr. Masahiro Fujiwara, President of the FWEAP, Ms. Keiko Takahashi, President of the Support 21, Ms. Jinbo, Instructor, Mr. Takeuchi, staff of Support 21 

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Refugee Assistance

2021.07.12

The Financial assistance for the Rohingya Refugees settled mainly in Gunma Prefecture

On June 11, 2021, Dr. Masahiro Fujiwara, President of the FWEAP and Dr. Satoshi Nagasaka, Chairman of the International, Social Service Japan (ISSJ) signed a financial assistance agreement of 1 million and 225thousand JPY. This agreement will support the food aid provided by ISSJ for the relief of Rohingya refugees who are financially in need due to the spread of the COVID-19. With this financial support, rice and vegetables plus some halal snacks for children or sanitary napkins for women will be distributed to about 240 Muslim refugees settled mainly in Gunma Prefecture and some in Metropolitan area as well as in Chubu Region.Here is the homepage of the ISSJ.(https://www.issj.org/en/) PhotoAbove: The remote signing ceremony was arranged between FWEAP Building and the headquarters of the ISSJ.From left Ms. Mieko Ishikawa, General Director of the ISSJ and Dr. Satoshi Nagasaka, Chairman of the ISSJ both are on the monitor screen, then Dr. Masahiro Fujiwara, President of the FWEAP and Mr. Kazuhiko Anzai, Advisor to the President and Senior Director of General Affairs Division, standing beside the monitor.Below: Both signatories are displaying the signed agreement at each other.

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Refugee Assistance

2021.07.09

The Financial assistance for the Refugees from Myanmar who live in Tokyo and Kanto neighboring prefectures

 On July 8, 2021, Dr. Masahiro Fujiwara, President of the FWEAP and Ms. Marip Seng Bu, President of the PEACE signed a financial assistance agreement of 2,000,000 JPY. The signing ceremony was held online due to the spread of the COVID-19. This project will support the food and hygienic goods conducted by the association for the purpose of the relieving refugees who are financially suffering from the spread of the COVID-19. In addition to staff members of PEACE, leaders of the Myanmar refugee community in each region will cooperate in this support activities.Here is the homepage of the PEACE: https://www.npopeacejapan.com/ PhotoAbove: The signing ceremony was held via ZoomFrom left, Mr. Saw Ba Hla Thein, Vice President of the PEACE, Ms. Marip Seng Bu, President of the PEACE, Dr. Masahiro Fujiwara, President of the FWEAP. Mr. Masashi Ogawa, Director General of the FWEAPBelow: Ms. Marip Seng Bu and Dr. Fujiwara showing the agreement

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Refugee Assistance

2021.06.23

The Financial assistance for refugees and asylum seekers in Kansai Region.

On June 22, 2021, Dr. Masahiro Fujiwara, President of the FWEAP and Ms. Keiko Tanaka, Co-Chairperson of the RAFIQ signed a financial assistance agreement of 200,000 JPY. This agreement will support the food and sanitary goods aid provided by RAFIQ for the relief of refugees and asylum seekers who are financially in need due to the spread of the COVID-19. With this financial support, RAFIQ will distribute rice, rubbing alcohol, diapers for babies and infants and sanitary napkins for women to around 30 refugees and asylum seekers from 14 households mainly in Osaka Prefecture and some other areas in Kansai Region. Here is the homepage of RAFIQ.(http://rafiq.jp/english/index.html) PhotosAbove: The remote signing ceremony was conducted between the respective headquarters of RAFIQ and the FWEAP.  From left Ms. Yutsuko Konda, Officer-in-Charge of the emergency aid operation of RAFIQ and Ms. Keiko Tanaka, Co-Chairperson of RAFIQ, both on the monitor screen, and Dr. Masahiro Fujiwara, President of the FWEAP and Mr. Masashi Ogawa, Director General of the FWEAP standing beside the monitor screen.Below: Both signatories are displaying the signed agreement at each other. 

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Refugee Assistance

2021.06.17

The Financial assistance for the Vietnamese Community attached to the Catholic Isesaki-Church, Gunma Prefecture

On the 16th of June, 2021, Mr. Binh Asakura, Representative of the Vietnamese Community attached to the Catholic Isesaki-Church in Gunma Prefecture and Dr. Masahiro Fujiwara, President of the FWEAP signed an agreement affording the former with 943 thousand JPY to be disbursed into the emergency food aid project of the community. The signing ceremony was held online due to the spread of the COVID-19. This project will support the food aid conducted by the community for the purpose of relieving the settlers, students and technical intern trainees who have been financially suffering from the spread of the COVID-19. With this financial assistance, food including rice, seasoning such as Nam pla fish sauce and canned food etc. will be distributed free of charge to 156 Vietnamese living in Isesaki City, Gunma Prefecture, plus a few of them in Metropolitan area. PhotoThe both signatories show the signed agreementFrom left, Mr. Nguyen V. Lee, former chairman of the Vietnamese Community attached to the Catholic Isesaki-Church, Mr. Binh Asakura, Representativeand  Ms. Tran T.N. Huan, Treasurer of the Community, who participated to the signing ceremony in Isesaki City, while Dr. Masahiro Fujiwara, President of FWEAP, participated to the ceremony in Tokyo.

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Refugee Assistance

2021.06.13

The Financial assistance for the Support center for Cambodian children

On June 11th, 2021, Mr. Akira Nishimura, Representative of Support center for Cambodian children and Masahiro Fujiwara, President of the FWEAP signed an agreement affording the former with 1 million and 79 thousand JPY to be disbursed into the emergency aid project of the center. The signing ceremony was held online due to the spread of the COVID-19.This project will support the food aid conducted by the association for the purpose of relieving the settlers, students and technical intern trainees who have been financially suffering from the spread of the COVID-19.With this financial assistance, food including rice, instant-noodle etc. and infection prevention measure goods including mask etc. will be distributed free of charge to approximately 350 people from Cambodia living in Kanagawa prefecture.  PhotoThe signing ceremony was held via ZoomThose three on the monitor screen are, from left, Mr. Tsukasa Ishizawa, Mr. Akira Nishimura, Mr. Lam Sarith of the Support center for Cambodian children, while standing in front of the monitor are Dr. Masahiro Fujiwara FWEAP President, Mr. Masashi Ogawa FWEAP Director General

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Refugee Assistance

2021.06.12

The Financial assistance for the Cambodian Community in Japan (C.C.J.)

On the 11th of June, 2021, Mr. Risei Kusunoki, President of the Cambodian Community in Japan (C.C.J) and Dr. Masahiro Fujiwara, President of the FWEAP signed an agreement affording the former with 1 million and 78 thousand and 7 hundred JPY to be disbursed into the emergency aid project of the C.C.J. The signing ceremony was held online due to the spread of the COVID-19. This project will support the food and hygienic goods conducted by the association for the purpose of relieving the settlers, students and technical intern trainees who have been financially suffering from the spread of the COVID-19.With this financial assistance, food including rice, pre-packaged curry, canned food, rice seasoning and hygienic goods including cooling gel sheets, non-contact thermometer etc. will be distributed free of charge to approximately 370 people from Cambodia living in Kanagawa prefectureHere is the homepage of the Cambodian Community in Japan.(https://npoccj2018.wixsite.com/npoccj) PhotoThe signing ceremony was held via ZoomFrom left, Mr. Darty Vice President of the C.C.J, Mr. Kusunoki President of the C.C.J, Dr. Fujiwara FWEAP President, Mr. Ogawa FWEAP Director General

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The Foundation for the Welfare and Education of the Asian People (FWEAP) is a public interest incorporated foundation with a history more than 50 years. We are engaged in projects to invite officials engaging in social welfare activities from 17 Asian countries to Japan, to support refugees, and to provide financial aids for supporting socially vulnerable people.

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The Refugee Assistance Headquarters is a part of the FWEAP and is carrying out activities to support refugees to settle in Japan under commission by the Government of Japan such as Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Agency for Cultural Affairs, Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare.

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  • Japan Lottery Association
  • Vietnam Catholic Community in Japan
  • Vietnamese Community at Catholic Isesaki Church
  • Laos Association in Japan
  • Cambodia Cultural Center
  • Vietnam Volunteer Group in Kanagawa
  • Vietnamese Community at Catholic Isesaki Church
  • Support Center for Cambodian Children
  • Burmese Rohingya Association in Japan
  • PEACE (Japan-Myanmar minority friendship group)
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