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2018.10.16

International

Delegation of European Parliament Committee on International Trade paid a courtesy visit to Japan

Delegation of European Parliament Committee on International Trade paid a courtesy visit to Japan

On September 20, 2018, a 7-member delegation of the European Parliament Committee on International Trade (INTA) paid a courtesy visit to JCCU to hold talks with HONDA Eiichi, President, together with ITO Jiro, Operating Officer/Director, Public Relations Division and FUTAMURA Chikako, Director, Member Relations Division on the EU-Japan Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA).

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2018.07.11

International

Sulawesi Island Shrimp Farming Improvement Project

Sulawesi Island Shrimp Farming Improvement Project

From July 1 2018, JCCU in collaboration with a major shrimp supplier PT.Bogatama Marinusa/PT.BOMAR (BOMAR Co., Ltd.), WWF Japan and WWF Indonesia started the "Sulawesi Island Shrimp Farming Improvement Project" in Indonesia.

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2018.06.15

JCCU

The 3rd KAGAWA Toyohiko Prize launched

the public offering of the 3rd KAGAWA Toyohiko Prize was launched, which targets groups or individuals who have developed or working on pioneering projects to solve social problems in Japan or in abroad for more than 3 years irrespective of nationality.

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2018.02.14

JCCU

CO·OP Core Non Smile School Project donation presentation held

CO·OP Core Non Smile School Project donation presentation held

JCCU and member Co-ops in cooperation with the Japan Committee for UNICEF had launched a UNICEF donation campaign under the theme "CO·OP core non smile school project" to raise funds to help improve the education environment for the school children in the Republic of Angola since 2010.

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2018.02.14

JCCU

CO·OP × Red Cup Campaign

CO·OP × Red Cup Campaign

The "CO·OP × Red Cup Campaign" is an initiative by JCCU and its member Co-ops in cooperation with the Japan Association for the World Food Program (JAWFP) to extend support to the "School Meal Program" in selected countries to support the meal supply of school children.

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