Since the very beginning, SEISA Group has been encouraging international understanding education through overseas school trips, study abroad, and homestay programs. In 2010, we have established the Foundation for Global Children to promote support for the children all over the world.
In Japan, since the Great East Japan Earthquake, weʼ ve been providing continuous support to the local communities. Our overseas activities are done mainly in the Asian-African region. We help set up medical and educational environments for the children to care for their physical and mental health. In addition, we support childrenʼs healthy development through sports. (Foundation for Global Children was recognized as a “Public Interest Incorporated Foundation” on May 12, 2015)
●MoU between Bhutanʼ s ﬁrst private college, RTC (Royal Thimphu College) and SEISA University. Conduct students exchange programs.
●Invite high school students to Japanese high schools (mainly to SEISA) through Ashi Kesang-Miyazawa SEISA Scholarship.
●Provide supplies to set up medical and educational environments at the mountain districts.
●Support the Medical College Project ran by the government by helping out on their planning, fundraising and such (ODA from Japan).
●MoU of “Bhutan-Japan Sports Collaboration 2016-2020” with Bhutan Olympic Committee. It is intended to support the preparation and participation of Bhutanese athletes and coaches for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games. Furthermore, the partnership will continue beyond the Olympics with a focus on the development o Bhutanese athletes and coaches in various sporting disciplines.
●In April 2017, Bhutan signed an agreement for 2020 Pre-Games Training Camps with Kanagawa Prefecture, Odawara City, Hakone Town, Oiso Town and SEISA Group / FGC. Continuous support toward Bhutanese sports, such as sending coaches to Bhutan and inviting athletes to Japan.
●Scholarship program to accept Bhutanese student-athletes in SEISA Schools' Track & Field and Archery Course. Currently, there are 5 high school and university students in Track and Field, Archery and Judo.
●Support the establishment of Bhutan Paralympic Committee and focus on development of para-athlete. In 2019, two of shot-put para-athletes have achieved the participation standard record of 2020 Paralympic Games.
●In 2019, Mr. Yasuo Miyazawa was appointed as Honorary Advisor to HRH JIgyel Ugyen Wangchuck, President of BOC.
●In August 2019, Bhutanese judo athletes participated for the first time in three categories of in World Judo Championships, which was held in Tokyo
●In November 2019, a Bhutanese archer, who has been continuously supported by SEISA / FGC, qualified for Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games based on her athletic perfoamance, for the first time in Bhutanese history.
●In December 2019, Bhutan sent its biggest national team to the 13th South Asian Games held in Nepal. 145 Bhutanese athletes competed in 14 events. Archery team, both as individual and as team, won silver and bronze medals. For Judo, Tandin (73kg class) and Kinley (66kg class), who are the scholarship students to SEISA Dohto University, won bronze medals.
●In August 2020, “the First Bhutan (BAF) & Japan (SEISA) Friendship Virtual Archery Tournament”Was held to seek a new style of tournament under the situation with Covid-19.
At MoU signing ceremony with HRH Prince Jigyel Ugyen Wang chuck, Representative of His Majesty and president of BOC
With HRH Ashi Kesang Wangmo Wangchuckʼs family (with whom we have many years of personal friendship)
●MoU was signed with the Eritrean National Olympic Committee in September 2014 regarding Sports Collaboration. It is intended to prepare programs and projects focusing on the Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympics participation of Eritrean athletes.
●The above partnership will continue beyond the 2020 Olympics and will contribute to the sports development as well as the healthy development of youth in Eritrea. Eritrean athletes will be invited to Japan to participate in training and tournaments. They will also interact with the students in Japan to promote cultural exchange.
●In September 2015, Eritrea signed agreement for 2020 Pre-Games Training Camps with Kanagawa Prefecture, Odawara City, Hakone Town, Oiso Town, and SEISA Group / FGC. Scholarship program to accept Eritrean student-athletes in SEISA Schools' Track & Field Course.
●In May 2017, Mr. Miyazawa visited Asmara for Eritrea's Independence Week. SEISA Group's Japanese Drum Team, Dako-On accompanied and held concerts to introduce Japanese culture.
●Established a collaboration project with UNICEF Eritrea due to promote community development through supports to early childhood education, water supply and hygienic environment.
Performance of Dako-On in Asmara, Capital City of Eritrea
Students from Eritrea in SEISA Kokusai High School
●Develop programs to train IT technicians and support setting up IT environments. Provide water purification equipment, training programs for doctors, nurses and public health workers.
●Donated two ambulances for mobile clinics and emergency care.
●Japan Study Program (short term exchange program) for high school and college students in Myanmar
●Support to Sama-Taun Orphanege/ School in Nay Pyi Taw
●Signed a Letter of Agreement with Myanmar Olympic Committee and started continuous support to the athletes in Myanmar, mainly to its national teams, such as sending a track & ﬁeld coach and conducting Judo joint training in SEISA Dohto University
●In April 2018, Myanmar Olympic Committee inspected the sports facilities in Kanagawa and signed an agreement for 2020 Pre-Games Training Camps with Kanagawa Prefecture, Odawara City, Hakone Town, Oiso Town and SEISA Group / FGC
●Accepted three karate students from Myanmar under SEISA’s long-term scholarship program since April 2019.
ネWith Dr. Thein Thein Hitay, deput y minister of Ministry of Health
With children living at orphanage in Nay Pyi Taw