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  • 2022.11.19

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    inochi WAKAZO Project introduced the sub-title “Saving Lives” at International Planning Meeting

    Ryoma Iizuka and Hitomi Matsui from inochi WAKAZO Project introduced the sub-title of the Expo 2025, “Saving Lives” at the International Planning Meeting (Hosted by: Japan Association for the 2025 World Exposition), which was held at Osaka International Convention Center on October 25th and 26th.At this time, inochi WAKAZO Project explained how we understand the theme and the …

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    inochi WAKAZO Project introduced the sub-title “Saving Lives” at International Planning Meeting

  • 2022.11.12

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    “inochi’s Pay Forward” won the Excellent Project Award and Okayama University SDGs Innovation Award at PM Award 2022!

    “The Pay-It-Forward of Lives” won the Excellent Project Award and Okayama University SDGs Innovation Award at PM Award 2022 presented by Project Management Institute Japan to celebrate outstanding projects in Japan.The Excellent Project  Award was given to the six projects elected as finalists, and the Okayama University SDGs Innovation Award was given as a special award from …

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    “inochi’s Pay Forward” won the Excellent Project Award and Okayama University SDGs Innovation Award at PM Award 2022!

  • 2022.09.26

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    One of our trainees was celebrated for the lifesaving treatment using an AED

    Masatoshi Takehara, a trainee of the inochi Gakusei project 2015 used an AED and gave a CPR to a man who had passed out on the street, and handed it over to the ambulance crew. He received an award from the Osaka Chuo fire station for this emergency service. Fortunately, the man has achieved social reintegration now.For more details, please visit the website of the Osaka Chuo …

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  • 2022.09.21

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    “inochi’s pay forward” was elected as a finalist of PM Award 2022

    “inochi’s Pay Forward” was elected as one of six finalist by PM Award 2022 presented by Project Management Institute Japan to celebrate outstanding projects in Japan.PM Award 2022 finalists will present their projects in an online seminar (free), and the best project will be selected by viewers’ votes on September 20th.Apply for the online seminar from URL below to vote …

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  • 2022.04.08

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    Name Changes of Two Regions of inochi Gakusei Innovators’ Program

    i-GIP KANAZAWA and i-GIP TOKUSHIMA both belongs to inochi Gakusei Innovators’ Program become i-GIP HOKURIKU and i-GIP SHIKOKU from April 1st, 2022.i-GIP KANAZAWA [i-GIP HOKURIKU] has been working on the problem-solving of healthcare issues from 2020, and i-GIP TOKUSHIMA [i-GIP SHIKOKU] has been working on the same issues from 2021 with junior high/high school students fr…

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  • 2022.03.03

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    Finished trainees of inochi Gakusei Innovators’ Program won the second prize in the Akita Idea Contest.

    Finished trainees of inochi Gakusei Innovators’ Program won the second prize in the “Akita Idea Contest,” which invites ideas for extending healthy life expectancy.The following finished trainees won the prize;second-year students at Kinki University Toyooka senior high schoolHiroto Nogawa, Runa Okada, and Kaho Tsugura(Finished trainees in 2021)For more information, please vis…

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