Emergency Assistance for the locals of Myanmar Regenerating 100-Hectare Forest in Mt. Fuji Regenerating 100-Hectare Forest in Mt. Fuji Regenerating 100-Hectare Forest in Mt. Fuji

OISCA International

Org #15518
Vetted since 2013 Site Visit Verified
1961
year founded
$358,027
raised on GlobalGiving
10
years fundraising
5
projects funded
* Amounts in US Dollars

Mission

OISCA is an acronym for ORGANIZATION for INDUSTRIAL, SPIRITUAL and CULTURAL ADVANCEMENT. INDUSTRIAL refers to the promotion of agriculture and other primary industries that are fundamental to human existence. SPIRITUAL, not to be confused with "religion," focuses on the need to nurture qualities such as self-reliance, dedication to one's community, international brother-sisterhood, and respect for the Earth's ecological integrity on which life is grounded. And CULTURAL is the intent to encourage the magnificent cultural diversity that has enriched human life, and the universal need to promote cultural patterns such as peace-building. OISCA International contributes to Human... read more

Project Leaders
Ma. Grazen Acerit
Ma. Grazen Acerit
Ma. grazen Acerit
Ma. grazen Acerit
Team
Etsuko Nakano, Michio Hirose, Akira Morita, Katsuo Hizumi
Organization Information
6-12 Izumi 3-chome
Suginami-ku, Tokyo 168-0063
Japan
81-3-3322-5161
Organization Information
6-12 Izumi 3-chome
Suginami-ku, Tokyo 168-0063
Japan
81-3-3322-5161

Project Reports

Each of GlobalGiving’s nonprofit partners is required to send quarterly donor reports detailing the impact of their work. Here are some of their recent updates:

To the supporters of our project on Mt. Fuji

By Kosei Sugawara | Project Coordinator

It is still winter in Japan, and Mt. Fuji is still covered by snow. The roads to our project site are still closed, inaccessible, and not safe for us to visit or conduct activities. However, in... Read the full report ›

Update from Myanmar

By Keisuke Fujii | Project Coordinator

The situation in Myanmar continues to be affected by social turmoil and soaring prices, and the majority of people in the rural areas where we work are forced to live in difficult conditions. Against... Read the full report ›

After Corona, many volunteers returned

By Kumiko Hayashi | Project Coordinator

Before the Corona disaster, about 1,800 volunteers a year came from all over Japan to work from 9:00 in the morning to 5:00 in the afternoon. During the pandemic, there were restrictions on movement... Read the full report ›
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