【Meaning】Connecting and supporting people. Helping each other
“Linking people, for today and tomorrow”
We are social innovators
We connect people: government, teachers, parents, students & communities
We make networks: to share knowledge, experience and human resources
We achieve together: by supporting and helping each other
SDGs + Kizuna: 18 goals
ESC-Kizuna works to agree with the concept of SDGs, which are promoted by the United Nations and governments of various countries.
Realizing a world where no one is left behind
Head of Steering Committee of ESC-Kizuna
Excellency Bun Sambo
Secretary of State, Council of Ministers of Cambodia.
“Education is a Pray for the Future”
There are many children in the world who do not have free access to education due to various difficult circumstances.
Cambodia was also at the mercy of the times, the country lost many educators and spent a period of time when education was closed. It was a result of a period of politics that denied education and culture, a rarity in history.
After the end of the long civil war, and after 30 years of cooperation with the international community, including Japan, schools across the country have been and are now finally in operation.
The adults who run the country, politicians, police, or medical personnel, all spent their childhood in the school and were trained by teachers.
We are committed to “improving the quality of education” and support the training of teachers and the voluntary educational activities by teachers who have been graduated for the future can be better than the present.
Secretary General of Cambodia office (2016-present)
Japanese acupuncturist and judo therapist. Participated in the “Project for the Utilization of Traditional Medicine” funded by the Nippon Foundation from 2009 to 2013 after working at the Royal Bhutan Traditional Medicine Hospital and received a master’s degree in clinical acupuncture. Born in Nagasaki City, Japan in 1972.
(Link) The Nippon Foundation’s Traditional Medicine Projects