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Francophone students of the Ashinaga Africa Initiative now selected !

The selection of future francophone students for the Ashinaga Africa Initiative has been completed after several Ashinaga teams conducted interviews and exams with applicants in each of the 15 eligible countries for this year’s programme. We are happy to announce that 19 students have been selected, amongst which five will be going on to study […]

Ashinaga Senegal hold their first primary school tsudoi

    Ashinaga Senegal, in collaboration with Jokkokids, organized its second activity with the scholars from the Senegal Primary School Scholarship Program. The activity gathered the children for two days at the Ashinaga Senegal Kokoro Juku and focused on the theme “From Storytelling to Coding “. As the activity progressed the children opened up to […]

Lecture by the Founder of ASHINAGA, Yoshiomi Tamai

Lecture by Ashinaga at Sciences Po Mr. Yoshiomi Tamai is the founder of Ashinaga, Japan’s largest non-profit organization. With his educational support for orphaned students spanning over 50 years, he has fulfilled the dreams of higher education for over 100,000 young people. His work is not just confined to Japan; Tamai has expanded his remit of […]

Visit of Dr. Lassina Zerbo, member of Kenjin-Tatsujin Council, to the Tokyo office

On the 7th of August, Dr. Lassina Zerbo, member of Kenjin Tatsujin Council and Executive Secretary at Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty Organization (CTBTO) paid a visit to Ashinaga’s main office in Tokyo. Dr. Zerbo took part in the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Ceremony on the 6th of August and has been just been bestowed with a status […]

Kenjin-Tatsujin Council Member Dr. Shigeaki Hinohara passes away at 105

  On July 18, 2018, Kenjin-Tatsujin International Advisory Council Member Dr. Shigeaki Hinohara passed away peacefully from respiratory complications at the age of 105. Dr. Hinohara had been the Honorary President of St. Luke’s International Hospital. During his long career as a physician at St Luke’s hospital in Tokyo, Dr. Hinohara introduced innovative medical checkup […]

Japanese Football Player Keisuke Honda Visits The Uganda Rainbow House!

Japanese football player and a former member of AC Milan, Keisuke Honda visited the Uganda Rainbow House. After touring around the facility and receiving an introduction to the Ashinaga Rainbow House from Ugandan representatives, he met with the children who attend the Rainbow House. The Ugandan students were unable to contain their excitement during their […]

We are now recruiting summer camp volunteers!

Ashinaga’s summer camps (tsudoi) run every year and is designed for high school and college students all-over Japan. We are currently recruiting international volunteers studying in Japan to be a part of our global program, in order to create a more diverse experience for everyone involved. For the past four years, we have made our summer […]

Kenjin-Tatsujin International Advisory Council Member Dr. Margaret Mungherera has passed away

Dr. Margaret Mungherera, a member of the Kenjin-Tatsujin International Advisory Council, passed away on February 4, 2017. As the Former President of the Uganda Medical Association and as President of the World Medical Association, Dr. Mungherera worked hard for the improvement of health care not just in Africa, but all over the world. Dr. Mungherera […]

Second Kenjin Tatsujin International Advisory Council General Meeting held in Tokyo

The second General Meeting of the Kenjin Tatsujin International Advisory Council took place in Tokyo over the 27th and 28th of February 2017. Following the first General Meeting which was held in Washington DC in June 2015, this was the first time that the General Meeting occurred in Tokyo, which is where Ashinaga’s main offices […]

ANNONCE : L’Initiative d’Ashinaga pour l’Afrique 2017 pour les pays de l’Afrique Subsaharienne francophone !

L’Initiative d’Ashinaga pour l’Afrique veut contribuer à l’expansion du rôle de l’Afrique subsaharienne dans le développement mondial à travers l’accès à l’éducation supérieure à l’étranger. Nous soutenons des étudiants, ayant perdu un ou deux de leurs parents, qui soient prêts à retourner dans leur pays d’origine afin d’y insuffler un changement et de participer au […]