Association of Medical Doctors of Asia

AMDA is a non-governmental, non-profit organization dedicated to realize peaceful world community through humanitarian efforts in medical healthcare sector. AMDA was founded in 1984 in Okayama City, Japan. With its international network of 30 chapters, AMDA has worked in more than 50 countries collaborating with organizations including governments, UN agencies and other institutions. AMDA is in general consultative status with United Nations Economic and Social Council since 2006.
Mar 31, 2015

Report on "Support high school students in Tohoku"

Dear Global Giving Supporters,

 

AMDA has been supporting the high school students living in Tohoku region, where the number of lives has been impacted by the Great East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami on 11 March 2011. AMDA has provided the scholarship to 281 students in the past 4 years. As it has been four year since the disaster occurred, we hope some of our scholarship students finally become medical professionals in this year after their studying at professional school for three years.

Thank you very much for your warm supports to our scholarship program. Your continuous support would be highly appreciated.

 


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Dec 23, 2014

Updates on Support high school students in Tohoku

Dear GlobalGiving Supporters,

AMDA has been supporting high school students in Tohoku Region of Japan that had received a massive destruction from the earthquake and tsunami of March 11th, 2011. We would like to thank all the donors and supporters from around the world who have shown their compassion and given support by sending donation through GlobalGiving.

Charity Concerts

In the past, AMDA have organized Kizuna Concerts connecting Otsuchi High School Brass Band in Iwate Prefecture, with Shujitsu High School in Okayama Prefecture (home to AMDA).

Recently, we have received a letter that was composed by Otsuchi High School Brass Band members, and would like to share their heartfelt appreciation with our donors. (please see the attached PDF file to read the letter.)

International Scholarship Program

Thanks to the warm support from our donors, we are able to continue to support high school students in Tohoku Region. In Japanese fiscal year 2014, 28 students of 4 high schools are receiving a scholarship through AMDA International Scholarship Program.

Students aim to be a medical professional such as a doctor, a nurse, or a physical therapist in the future. Each student receives 15,000yen (about 126 USD) per month until she/he graduates high school.

Please click on the attached file to get the full report in PDF. 

Thank you so much for your warm support to our project.

Your continuous support will be highly appreciated.

 


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Sep 25, 2014

Updates on AMDA International Scholarship Program

Dear Global Giving Supporters,

AMDA has been supporting to the high school students living in Tohoku region, where the number of lives has been impacted by the Great East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami on 11 March 2011. AMDA International Scholarship Program has started in March 2011 and 274 students of 8 schools have received the scholarship in the past 3 years. Each student receives 15,000yen (about 147USD) per month until she/he graduates high school.

We are happy to announce that 7 students newly joined our scholarship program as recipients during this reporting period (July-September 2014). 5 students are in the 3rd grade and 2 are in the 2nd grade of a high school in Otsuchi town, Miyagi prefecture.

Thanks to the warm support from our donors, we are able to continue to support high school students in Tohoku Region.

Please click on the attached file to get the report in PDF. 

We thank you for your continued support.


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