Muraidaiichi Building2F#7, 4-78,Fukakusa Nishiura-cho, Fushimi Ward, Kyoto , Kyoto Prefecture 612-0029

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Use of Funds

Provide healthy school lunches for youth in the Philippines

40 yen / meal (Generally used for meals but may be used for school supplies as well, such as 20 yen for pencils, and 800 yen for school uniforms. The use is based on the school’s needs. )

There is generally no school feeding system in the Philippines. But in the poor community, many children go to school without breakfast or even without lunch. It affect their health and also concentration during the class. 6 years old child we have known were sometimes crying in the morning due to hunger. Walking more than 30 minutes with empty stomach was too tough. Her mother lost her word to encourage the boy because she couldn’t afford to buy anything for his breakfast or lunch.

More than 700,000 children in the Philippines is not going to elementary school, one of the major reason is their financial situation in their family. To protect their human rights and make sure the opportunity to go to school, providing work to their parents, providing scholarship, school supplies and also feeding to kids are really helpful.
Out of 700,000, we have focused on helping about 500 children in the Philippines.

In such situation, a meal with meat and vegetable is really a good motivator for children to go to school. They barely eat chicken in their home, so they are really happy when they were served fried chicken with some vegetables!


Noda Sayo

Certified NPO Access -
Sayo Noda

Sayo was born in 1980 and is from Mie Prefecture. After seeing a film when she was in high school, she started thinking of international cooperation as a job. She went on to college in Kyoto and participated in a study abroad program, learning about international cooperation and performing in a rock band. She started volunteering for ACCESS in her fourth year of university and went to the Philippines. That experience inspired her to make the "solution of poverty problem" a life work, after two years she went full time at ACCESS. "My dream is to make poverty a thing of the past."

In the Philippines, where it is said that three children in ten can not graduate from elementary school,
It is an international cooperation NGO born in Kyoto, which provides "education for children and work for women".
★ Scholarship program Provides school attendance for over 200 students
★ Two kindergarten runs, approximately 70 people accepted
★ Prevention of juvenile delinquency and leader development / About 70 people
★ Held children's human rights seminars and create children-friendly communities
★ Fair Trade Business Provide opportunity to work for 10 women and young people / Production and sales of coconut shell products and greeting cards
★ Learn the reality and structure of poverty Study tour Accepts about 70 people per year
★ Events telling about the reality of the Philippines and activities of access Holding About 4 times a year