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which we can protect inochi with your support.

inochi WAKAZO Project aims to expand the activities of young people to protect "inochi" by working with junior and senior high school students on programs aimed at solving healthcare issues. We are looking forward to your strong support to conduct our program.

Join us as an inochi WAKAZO membership [Indivisual]

Student membership

3,000JPY/year

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Normal membership

10,000JPY/year

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This is a plan for indivisuals who support our activities as a membership. Priority information and participation rights in events will be provided on each year as a benefit.

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  • Providing priority information and participation rights
  • Providing the information of closed events
  • Printing your name on anual report

Supporters [One time only/indivisual]

You can choose how much you want to pay.

The minimum amount of your supporting money is 5,000 JPY.

This is a plan for supporters those who are willing to support us one time only and indivisual.

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We will print your name on anual report with your agreement.

Each project may offer special rewards depending on the amount. Please refer to each project website for details.

For more information, please visit each project website or contact us here.

inochi Gakusei innovators' Program

Special supporters [Indivisual]

This exclusive plan is only for parents those who have trainees. Your minimum support amount is 15,000 JPY. As a limited offer, we will provide one album of the trainees' activities during the program.

Please include the year of participation, region of participation, participant's name, school name, and team name at the time of participation in the comments when supporting the program.

Donations will be completed as soon as we receive confirmation.

For companies & organizations

How your supports work

Your supports will be used to create the next generation of exceptional individuals in the healthcare field. This may include projects for citizens or for problem-solving activities.

Projects

Voices of trainees

Voices of trainees those who work as healthcare entrepreneur with your supports

  • Aiko Hashizume

    Aiko Hashizume

    I decided to participate in this project just because I was interested in the medical field. However, while I thought out solutions, I realized that even high school students with no medical knowledge could save someone's life, and I tackled the problems with all my might, which was unimaginable when I first joined the project. More than anything, in the inochi Mirai Forum, I was really impressed to meet students who desire to change the society. Even after the program, the presentation skills and problem-solving process that I learned during the project are still very useful in my high school life. With the support of mentors and many people from companies and the general public, you can make great friends and gain a lot of experiences that you couldn't have as an ordinary high school student. I believe this project will be a fulfilling experience for junior and senior high school students whether or not they are interested in medical field.

  • Yutaro Tanaka

    Columbia Engineering

    Yutaro Tanaka

    I participated in i-GIP KANSAI 2016 when I was a freshman of high school. Last year, I was involved as a sub-mentor in the i-GIP held in KANTO for the first time, and in 2020, I worked a little as an Overseas Director.
    When I participated in 'inochi' as a first-year high school student, I had my heart set on entering a medical school in Japan and eventually becoming a clinical doctor. However, I changed my mind completely after I joined in this project.
    I admired professors who are involved in medicine in various ways and are active on the front lines, as well as university student mentors who have already taken on the challenge of solving medical issues. I came to strongly think that I would like to be able to bring about medical innovation not from a clinical perspective, but from an engineering and technology science perspective. Since then, I began to consider going to a university in the U.S., where a lot of research are actively done on medical applications of engineering such as bioengineering. Fortunately, I was able to enter one.
    All those things roots in the experiences of taking part in 'inochi', greeting and being inspired by many people.

  • Hina Kotoura

    Faculty of medicine, Osaka city University

    Hina Kotoura

    It is not easy to realize a plan from scrach with no knowledge. You need to take the initiative and take action. However, the hard work will lead to your own growth and contribution to society. In addition, I made precious friends with the other participants in our friendly rivalry relationship. We not only had casual conversations but also passionately discussed about our respective dreams and the future we want to create .
    My worldview completely changed when I got serious about solving health care issues. The theme of the year I joined was suicide. Whenever we encountered difficulties, we returned to the issues we had found based on interviews and evidence, and continued to challenge the unanswerable questions of how to reduce suicide and how to make life easier for people.
    After participating in 'inochi', my desire to learn about life, death, and human life was strengthened, and I wanted to be like the university students at medical schools who always gave me advice and guidance. There is a world waiting for you, a world that can only be seen by those who have run through five months with the desire to save lives!

  • Toui Nishikawa

    Wakayama Medical University

    Toui Nishikawa

    The inochi Gakusei Innovators' Program is seriously aiming to change the world in the healthcare field. Therefore, with the great support of experts and university students, a full educational program was prepared about design thinking, how to implement ideas, and even how to make presentations. As a result, we high school students were able to engage in activities such as company negotiations and interviews, which helped us grow greatly.
    After entering the university, I was involved in the management of the organization. The management skills were as good as those of professionals, and I could not believe that it was a student organization. Experiences on the management side inspired and helped me in my later activities. It is not an exaggeration to say that I am now able to receive awards in other projects and conduct research on AI thanks to this organization.
    It's true this is a tough contest that requires a high level of execution, but at the same time, it's an attractive and interesting place to learn about stepping out into the world. Please don't miss out on this great opportunity.

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