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Hands On Tokyo Youth Impact Project

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Hands On Tokyo Youth Impact Project
Hands On Tokyo Youth Impact Project
Hands On Tokyo Youth Impact Project
Hands On Tokyo Youth Impact Project
Hands On Tokyo Youth Impact Project
Hands On Tokyo Youth Impact Project
Hands On Tokyo Youth Impact Project
Hands On Tokyo Youth Impact Project
Hands On Tokyo Youth Impact Project
Hands On Tokyo Youth Impact Project
Hands On Tokyo Youth Impact Project
Hands On Tokyo Youth Impact Project
Hands On Tokyo Youth Impact Project
Hands On Tokyo Youth Impact Project
Hands On Tokyo Youth Impact Project
Hands On Tokyo Youth Impact Project
Hands On Tokyo Youth Impact Project
Hands On Tokyo Youth Impact Project
Hands On Tokyo Youth Impact Project
Hands On Tokyo Youth Impact Project
Hands On Tokyo Youth Impact Project
Hands On Tokyo Youth Impact Project
Hands On Tokyo Youth Impact Project
Hands On Tokyo Youth Impact Project
Hands On Tokyo Youth Impact Project
Hands On Tokyo Youth Impact Project
Jul 8, 2020

Hands On Tokyo Youth Impact Summer 2020 Report

Youth Impact Leaders having virtual meetings
Youth Impact Leaders having virtual meetings

First of all, we would like to express our deepest gratitude to our donors and supporters of the Youth Impact program.

Since our last report we have been innovating some of our projects and creating new projects to serve our community to the best of our ability during the COVID-19 outbreak, while also keeping our partners and volunteers safe.

We have started to have virtual meetings with children and volunteers online. For example, recently we started to hold live motor development classes with disabled children and live English conversation sessions with children’s homes. In addition to this we have prepared written learning material that we can incorporate into the lessons. These types of projects are important, because they give a chance for the children to interact with our volunteers and know that they still care about them.

Another new project is that, through our talented youth volunteers, we have started creating recorded video style activities for English learning and exercise/stretching routines. It is especially helpful for care workers, because we can create custom content to fit their needs, all while giving them an extremely well-deserved break.(During COVID-19 children’s homes and other children organizations workers have experienced a substantially increased workload)

Currently, our student members are also proposing/planning youth led projects like:

  • Contributing to appreciation gift baskets for medical workers
  • Assisting children’s homes with the children’s homework (we are looking into subjects like math and Japanese)
  • Helping the homeless community in the inner city

We are also planning projects to carry out once it is deemed safe to gather after the COVID-19 situation. For example:

  • Beach cleanup project
  • Creating University accessibility maps for disabled people
  • Youth charity concert

Here is a quote from a Youth Impact member who designed and carried out his own project:

“Hands on Tokyo Youth Impact has broadened my view of my own country. It has helped me understand more of situations in Japan and as both a project and group leader it has been an extremely valuable opportunity. I have had the pleasure to be the president and vice president of my school’s Youth Impact club in Tokyo. Meeting many people and giving back to the community has given me a lot of pride and experience. They have many volunteering opportunities and events to attend so I highly recommend everyone to volunteer!” -Youth Impact Member

We are sending thoughts out to all those who have been affected by, or are vulnerable to the COVID-19 outbreak. We are hoping for a swift and steadfast de-escalation of the what could turn into a possible pandemic. We are also letting all our community partners and amazing volunteers know that we care about them in this trying time.

All of the work we do would not be possible without the support from you, our donors. Through your generosity we will empower even more of the youth, and together continue to make a difference in our community!

We wish everyone's safety and health during the current COVID-19 outbreak.

Online Exercise Videos for children in need
Online Exercise Videos for children in need
Virtual English learning sessions
Virtual English learning sessions
Simple stretching videos for senior citizens
Simple stretching videos for senior citizens
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Hands On Tokyo

Location: Tokyo - Japan
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Twitter: @Hands_On_Tokyo
Project Leader:
Ashma Koirala
Tokyo, Japan
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