NFSJ Cafe #23 “From child trafficking to LGBT refugees: Challenges of Munakata Foundation that delivers aids to the poorest countries”
Munakata Foundation is a newly established foundation that fund aid projects in the most impoverished countries in Asia and Africa. It all started when Mana Tanaka, an international development expert, inherited her uncle’s will and fortune to establish a foundation. From survivors and those who are at risk of human trafficking, both girls and boys, to so called “LGBT refugees”, the variety of aid projects that the foundation is supporting are quite amazing.
Let’s hear from Mana the reality of the situations in those countries (India, Pakistan, Malawi, etc.) and think about what we can do to help.
The event will be conducted mainly in Japanese, but the speaker is fluent in English, so you can ask questions in English.
Friday January 15, 2021, 19:00-20:30
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