Picture Two (New Kirarin Kids Inside) Picture Two (New Place Outside Look) Picture One (New City Office Location) New Road, but Still Underconstruction

Ippan Shadan Hojin DSIA

Org #8779
Vetted since 2011
2009
year founded
$100,651
raised on GlobalGiving
7
years fundraising
2
projects funded

Mission

The Durable Social Innovation Alliance (DSIA) stimulates sustainable Japanese-style social innovations through entre- and intra-preneurial activities, which are enhanced by alliances among diverse partners including companies, governments and NPOs. DSIA's goal is to create new social values and knowledge, but still path-dependently based on Japanese traditional and corporate culture, technology, socio-economic behavior and past experiences. The DSIA contributes to developing human resources who will tackle social issues, as "opportunities of changes" (Drucker), with a strong mind of social innovation and entrepreneurship. By doing so, we hope to re-generate and re-a... read more

Project Leaders
Yoshitaka Okada
Yoshitaka Okada
Atsuko Hattori
Atsuko Hattori
Kaori Kobayashi
Kaori Kobayashi
Team
Yoshitaka Okada, Atsuko Hattori, Nobuo Yoshida, Kazuo Kobari, Mika Nakahara, Shina Okaichi, Kaori Kobayashi, Sachiko Nishioka, Mayuko Morita
Organization Information
6F Nihon Joshi Kaikan
2-6-8 Shiba-Koen, Minato-ku
Tokyo, Tokyo 105-0011
Japan
Okada 042-735-6878

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE ID #5648307353
Organization Information
6F Nihon Joshi Kaikan
2-6-8 Shiba-Koen, Minato-ku
Tokyo, Tokyo 105-0011
Japan
Okada 042-735-6878

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE ID #5648307353

Project Reports

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Mar 11, 2019
Challenging Redevelopment with Ingenuity
In our visit to Kirarin Kids (KK) in Rikuzentakata City, we recognized that the redevelopment of the coastal area is advancing fairly well. The level of a fairly large portion of land was raised, and...
Dec 10, 2018
Family Festival Shines Children's Faces
In April 2018, a new building called Dream Arena Takata (Picture 1), officially called as Rikuzen Takata City Community Exchange Center, opened at a location where the City Gymnasium used to stand....
Dec 5, 2018
Community Can Walk on Its Own Foot Now
Waiwai Hiroba events in Mashiki-machi, Kumamoto Prefecture, is really growing popular. A large number of people come to attend events, and this is greatly owing to valuable supports from GlobalGiving...
 
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