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The Institute of Cultural Affairs Japan

Org #53106
Vetted since 2018 Top Ranked Effective Nonprofit
1970
year founded
$4,706
raised on GlobalGiving
1
year fundraising
0
projects funded

Mission

ICA JAPAN - OUR MISSION The Institute of Cultural Affairs is a private, non-profit organization concerned with the human factor in world development. At the heart of ICA's work is the belief that long-term, sustainable development happens only when people grasp the significance of their own lives in the larger scheme of things -- when they actively participate in the changes taking place around them instead of merely being targets of that change. Based on its unique Technology of Participation (ToP) methods, the ICA seeks to integrate the methods of human consciousness and organizational transformation to maximize the participation of grassroots people in taking responsibility for their ... read more

Projects (2)

Project Leaders
Wayne Ellsworth
Wayne Ellsworth
Rayane Hassan
Rayane Hassan
Lipikar Lindman
Lipikar Lindman
Betelhem Beka
Betelhem Beka
Bethany Holmes
Bethany Holmes
Team
Shizuyo Sato, Wayne A Ellsworth
Organization Information
4-1-22 2F Soshigaya
Setagaya ku
Tokyo, TOKYO 157-0072
Japan
813 3484 5092

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE ID #2247914687
Organization Information
4-1-22 2F Soshigaya
Setagaya ku
Tokyo, TOKYO 157-0072
Japan
813 3484 5092

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE ID #2247914687

Project Reports

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Sep 24, 2019
Flowers and Spiritual Care in Fukushima
ICA’s expertise is working closely with people with planting flowers and having insightful conversations, and guiding with advanced workshops which create inspiration and hope and creative...
Sep 19, 2019
Bold Training Changes M Girls Lives
ICA Nepal volunteers have been training and following up with schools and distributing sanitary napkins (pads). During school vacation periods, our efforts were paused. Now we wait for enough Global...
Jun 17, 2019
Interns meet with Nepalinjapan.com Editor
Last Thursday, the four interns (Panny Tao, Kexin Yu, Beth Holmes, and Angel de Leon) went to Ohanajaya station in Tokyo to meet with the Editor of nepalinjapan.com. They have established a great...
 
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