|Date and Time||Event|
November 27th-28th, 2018
|Facilitating Client Collaboration Course with Bill Staples|
|October 26th, 2018 (Fri)||Information Session for "Facilitator-type Leadership Training Courses"|
|October 2nd, 2018 (Tue)||End of GlobalGiving Accelerator Campaign|
|September 4th, 2018 (Tue) 9:30 - 17:30||Participatory Community Development Training|
At the FCC course, you will learn practical tools including assessment and design all the way through to evaluation, collaboratively with your client.
・Date: Nov 27th – 28th, 2018
(Tue - Wed)
・Time: 9:00 – 17:00
・Place: Youth Education National Olympics Memorial Youth Center, Center Bldg. 107
・How to get there: 7 min. walk from Odakyu Line Sangubashi Station or 10 min. walk from Tokyo Metro Chiyoda Line Yoyogi Koen Station
・Participation Fee： 50,000JPY (Discount: Government Officer 10%, NPO Officer 20%, Student 40%)
・Language : English (Japanese Interpretation Available)
・Certificate after finish the course.
・A part of the participation fee will be used to support ICA's aid activities.
How to apply:
Send your name, address, date of birth, telephone number, and mail address to our FAX:03-3484-1909 or Email: email@example.com, then transfer the participation fee to the following account:
＊Please bear the transaction fee.
＊Cancellation fee will be charged 100% from 1 week before the course date.
ICA Japan is holding an information session for "Facilitator-type Leadership Training Courses" on the following date:
Date: October 26th, 2018 (Friday)
1st Session: 17:00 - 18:00
2nd Session: 18:00 - 19:00
Place: New Life Building 6th Fl., 3-3-4 Kudanminami, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo (5 min. from Ichigaya Station)
This event will be in Japanese only.
For more information click here or contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Since last year, ICA Nepal has been working on the project “Awareness on Menstrual Hygiene Management”. They aim to reach 5000 Nepali girls and women through this awareness project. Up until this day, they have conducted awareness programs in 10 different public and private schools and have reached out to almost 1000 girls and women. Time and time again ICA Nepal also carries out follow up activities in those schools. While carrying out the awareness program, they form a Surakshya Club. Surakshya means “protection” in English. By forming the Surakshya Club, they mobilize the youth to maintain the menstrual friendly environment in the school and make sure menstrual hygiene kits are available.
On the occasion of Menstrual Hygiene Day on May 28th 2018, an awareness program on “Menstrual Hygiene” was conducted for the Surakshya Club of Glen Buds Secondary School. The event was successfully directed with the close cooperation of ICA Nepal and the Rotary Club of Rudramati Kathmandu. Around 40 people including the school’s students and staffs were present. #NoMoreLimits which was the theme for this year.
The main motive of this program was to make the youth aware of the importance of maintaining hygiene during periods and the roles of individuals to abolish malpractices during menstruation. Mr. Chaurasiya inspired the students with his virtuous speech, where he mentioned “We all exists because females and they go through menstruation cycle”. He added “Bleeding is not a shame but it’s a sign that one’s body is functioning well”.
Ms. Manzeela Basnet, one of the active members from the club talked about necessity of hygiene during menstruation and how the school can play a vital role in this. She urged that each school should have menstrual friendly environment. She also shared the activities they carried out through the Suraksha Club. She explained that, as suggested by the ICA team, they have been collecting 5 Rs. every month from each students and utilizing that amount for maintaining the menstrual friendly toilet, they even wrote an application requesting the school administration to fix the ceiling of the toilet which was damaged for so long. They started the wall magazine where every week they post some articles and information on menstrual hygiene.
Posted September 26, 2018
～World-class Facilitation Course in Tokyo from Larry, Director of ICA Taiwan, and Evelyn, Director of ICA International.～
Date and Time: September 4th, 2018 (Tue) 9:30 - 17:30
Place: 3-3-4 Kudanminami, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, Japan
Instructor: Lawrence Philbrook (Director of ICA Taiwan and a Certified Professional Facilitator of International Association of Facilitators) / Evelyn Kurihara Philbrook (Director of ICA International)
Participation fee: 20,000 yen (regular) / 18,000 yen (for members) (including material fee and consumption tax)
How to apply: Send your name, address, date of birth, telephone number, and mail address to our FAX:03-3484-1909 or Email: email@example.com, then transfer the participation fee to the following account:
Posted August 31, 2018
Today our chief director Sato gave a presentation on Kenya tree-planting project in Rotary Club of Fujisawa East, from which we also received a donation to the project this year.
We will continue Kenya tree-planting project this year, please support us!
(Rotary is an international service organization which has more than 1.2 million members among over 200 countries and carries out sustainable projects on many issues.)
Posted June 5, 2018
Thanks to facilitator/lecturer Bill Staples and everyone's active participation, our course "Meetings That Work" last weekend achieved a great success!
By compelling presentations from Bill and practice with participants from different backgrounds, we learnt how to turn boring meetings to efficient events. And according to our participants, theories and tools from this course will definitely be used in their "upcoming meetings", "following practice of facilitation" as well as "daily communication".
Our next lecture about Group Facilitation Methods will take place on Saturday 16th June. Feel free to join us!
Posted May 22, 2018
The subsidy of "TOTO Water Environment Fund" has been decided!
Due to the impact of climate change in the Indian state Madhya Pradesh (MP), drought damages has become chronic in recent years and the residents are hardly getting enough drinking water.
For this reason, with receiving of the grant from "TOTO Water Environment Fund" old wells will be restored in villages of MP State for one year from April 2018 to March 2019.
By this, we hope that local residents will be able to easily access drinking water again.
TOTO Water Environment Foundation Homepage:
Posted February 21, 2018
ICA 's Cote d'Ivoire representative was on TV!
Mr. Kanbe, who is currently in the Côte d'Ivoire because of a project of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, was introduced in "Sekai no mura de hakken! Konna tokoro ni nihonjin" broadcasted on December 19th. The show is about Japanese people who are living in places all over the world and the reasons why they are there. Therefore, it was about Mr Kanbe's own story, Cote d'Ivoire, as well as about the ICA.
Posted February 21, 2018
ICA Japan would like to wish you all a Happy New Year.
2017 was a great year and we thank all of those who helped us in the past year.
We hope we can keep working towards making life better for people around the world in 2018 along with old and new partners, members and supporters.
Posted January 1, 2018
This year, ICA Japan attended EcoPro 2017. EcoPro is an International Exhibition on Environment and Energy that took place at Tokyo Big Sight from Thursday December 7th to Saturday December 9th.
ICAJ gave a presentation at the event on the 9th in collaboration with our partners at ERCA. The presentation was mainly about our Kenyan project.
Posted December 1, 2017
On Monday, November 13th ICA Japan went to the Bunka Suginami Canadian International School to give a workshop to a class of senior students. The Bunka Suginami School is a school where students take half of their classes in English and the other half in Japanese. Once they graduate the students receive both a Japanese and a Canadian high school diploma, which allows them to apply to universities abroad or apply as an international student in Japanese universities.
During this visit, we met with a class of 15 female students and gave them a presentation about the nature of NPO’s and about ICA Japan's worldwide activities. The presentation was followed by a workshop, which started with an explanation of how project proposals are thought of at ICAJ. Following this explanation, we presented the students with four situations around the world that would require the help of an organization like ICAJ and asked them to come up with ways they could help the people in need in those situation. The four situations were: the tsunami in Southeast Asia in 2004, deforestation in Kenya, the September 2017 earthquake in Mexico and starvation in Nigeria. We then split the students in 3 groups of 5 and gave them time to create their own proposal ideas.
The workshop was highly successful; the students were motivated and came up with great solutions to contemporary problems. We had a great experience at the school and hope to be able to come back or welcome some of the students as volunteers or interns in the future.
For more information about the Bunka Suginami Canadian International School visit: http://bscis.bunsugi.jp/
Bunka Suginami Canadian International School
Posted November 17, 2017
At the end of October, our international interns along with ICA employees went to the city of Asago for a Community Revitalization Project.
The city officials in Asago have recently been looking for ways to attract more inbound foreign tourists to their city and in order to reach that goal, they wanted the opinions of foreign visitors about several aspect of the city and the touristic experience.
ICAJ's interns provided that foreign point of view and spent 4 days visiting the city to analyze various touristic sites, the infrastructures, the available information, the promotion, and future opportunities.
After their trip they wrote a lengthy report with various short and long-term recommendations to the city.
The interns were intrigued by the various historical, cultural and natural sites in Asago and believe that the city can revitalize its community through an increase in tourism with the help of their recommendations.
Posted November 10, 2017
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