- Coming up with strategies and
policies
- Promoting social contribution
- Action plan
-Lecture by Prof. Murakami
(International Christian University (ICU)


Volunteerism in Japan : Service Learning & Collabo...
Identified Issues: Lack of sex education, life skills training, morals and values, health
education, social education, and...
Academic Approach

Volunteerism Generation Cycle

Travel Volunteerism

Volunteering Opportunities Orientated Shows

Campai...
Identified
challenges

Short-term
( <= 6 months)

Poor medical
services
Poor facility,
Accessibility,
Manpower
&
Knowledge...
1. Short term:
Creating awareness through social media, personal
networks, peaceful assembly and involvement of religious
...
The most powerful weapon to tackle these social
challenges is through education.

No one is a spectator
but
We are ALL pla...
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4.Social Contribution Activities by Youth based on the Volunteerism

  1. 1. - Coming up with strategies and policies - Promoting social contribution - Action plan
  2. 2. -Lecture by Prof. Murakami (International Christian University (ICU)  Volunteerism in Japan : Service Learning & Collaborative Partnership -MEIJI-GAKUIN University  United Nations Youth Volunteer Programme -Group Discussion  Problem Identification & Solution Planning
  3. 3. Identified Issues: Lack of sex education, life skills training, morals and values, health education, social education, and the most important thing is volunteering training. Short-term goals Midterm goals Long-term goals Planning phase Trial phase Implementation phase Recruitment of volunteers Sampling out Practice Gathering of learning resources Using gathered resources Monitoring Looking for qualified teachers Assessment Checking the outcome Promotion of the program Evaluation Constant periodic assessment Organizing training camps Recommendation Finding sponsors and other Feedback financial aids Foster collaborative Schedule formation partnership Capturing the interest and attention of the stakeholders
  4. 4. Academic Approach Volunteerism Generation Cycle Travel Volunteerism Volunteering Opportunities Orientated Shows Campaign involving Beneficiaries
  5. 5. Identified challenges Short-term ( <= 6 months) Poor medical services Poor facility, Accessibility, Manpower & Knowledge +Encourage peer volunteer Middle- term (6- 24 months) + Giving lessons and advices to pupil in primary +Writing proposal schools once a week about +Mobilize practicing healthy campaigns habit Long- term (>2 years) +Course Training for young +Life skill training Final Goal +Improve health condition. +Change the mindset of people + In line with the nation plan regarding health +Health condition action, weidentification +Healthy society volunteer +Mass media a actively tool for the participate government. whatever they need
  6. 6. 1. Short term: Creating awareness through social media, personal networks, peaceful assembly and involvement of religious groups. 2. Mid term: Helping out old folks and volunteering to help take care of children through nurseries, aftercare centers, student-care centers. 3. Long term: Joining schools and youth community organizations to volunteer for activities like taking care of the elderly, awareness of sex education and importance of the “family” in society.
  7. 7. The most powerful weapon to tackle these social challenges is through education. No one is a spectator but We are ALL players
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