Support high school students in Tohoku

by Association of Medical Doctors of Asia
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Jul 24, 2012

AMDA's High School Scholarship Program Updates!

As part of recovery project of Tohoku Earthquake, AMDA is distributing AMDA International Scholarship to the surviving students in the affected area since 2011. Seven eligible schools were Iwate Prefectural Kamaishi High School, Iwate Prefectural Kamaishi Commercial & Technical High School, Iwate Prefectural Otsuchi High School, Miyagi Prefectural Shizukawa High School, Sendai Medical Health Institute, Iwate Prefectural Ofunato High School, Tohoku North Korean School. Eighty Six selected students recommended by the principals of each school received 15,000 yen per month (annual amount of 180,000 yen). Twenty four students among them graduated in the spring of 2011, and each graduate is taking a new step.

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Association of Medical Doctors of Asia

Location: Okayama City, Okayama Prefecture - Japan
Website: http:/​/​www.amdainternational.com/​english/​index.php
Project Leader:
Tomoko Iwamoto
Project Officer
Okayama city, Okayama prefecture Japan

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