C

E

E

H

 

H

Of the 2.1 billion people in the world who cannot access safe drinking water, the 10 worst countries are African countries. In addition, most of the worst 10 countries with the highest death rates for newborns are African countries that suffer from hunger due to conflict and extreme weather. We will cooperate with these so-called developing countries in various ways such as fund-raising activities in cooperation with international cooperation organizations.

E

Many so-called developing countries have children who are in an environment where they cannot receive sufficient education. We donate musical instruments, second-hand IT equipment, audio equipment, etc. after thoroughly examining the local demand and supply balance, centered on multiple project members working in the music industry. In addition, in order to develop human resources who can open up the future of humankind, we will make donations in cooperation with organizations that establish and support schools and vocational training facilities.

E

The so-called developing countries, such as women and children who are forced to work on soil, air and ocean pollution and harsh labor, have serious “environmental destruction / unfair labor environment” problems. We will establish a place to connect domestic and overseas companies wishing to expand into Jamaica, the Caribbean and African countries with local government officials wishing to attract fair trade through low emissions. In addition, we will give due consideration to the environment, such as recycling waste, in domestic events that we conduct.

C

As a place for multicultural communication, we provide content that allows you to enjoy exciting experiences such as music, art, fashion, food culture, and lifestyle habits from various countries and ethnic groups. In this way, we aim to eliminate prejudice against race, gender, religion, etc., and to realize a diverse society at an early stage. At the same time, we will introduce “problems / challenges” that should be solved as soon as possible in developing countries so that visitors can discover “hints to change the world”.