Ashinaga France is a nonprofit that provides young African students with the financial and socio-educative support they need to become young leaders for the African continent. As part of the Ashinaga Africa Initiative (AAI), the Scholars are selected because of their leadership potential and their vision for the African continent.
About Ashinaga Foundation
The Ashinaga movement began over 55 years ago after President and Founder, Yoshiomi Tamai, lost his mother in a traffic accident in 1963. Having experienced first-hand the lack of support an orphan receives, Tamai and a group of like-minded individuals went on to found the Association for Traffic Accident Orphans in 1967. Through public advocacy, regular media coverage, and the development of a street fundraising system, the association was able to set in motion significant improvements in national traffic regulations as well as support bereaved students across Japan.
Ashinaga provides educational support to orphaned children worldwide. Over the past 50 years, Ashinaga has helped around 100,000 orphans fulfill their dream of attending college.
The Ashinaga movement began over 50 years ago after founder and President Yoshiomi Tamai lost his mother in a traffic accident in 1963.
The Ashinaga Africa Initiative
The Ashinaga Africa Initiative (AAI) is an international leadership program that cultivates the next generation of leaders to contribute to the development of sub-Saharan Africa.
Ã‚Â AAI Scholars have lost one or both parents and are committed to returning to sub-Saharan Africa to initiate change, innovation, and development. The AAI provides financial support for international university degrees, along with leadership training and support to develop Scholars into compassionate change-makers.
JOURNEY OF AN ASHINAGA FRANCE SCHOLAR
SUPPORT ASHINAGA FRANCE
Ashinaga France activities are entirely supported by donations. If you can, considering supporting the local program, giving children a chance to access the education they deserve.
*Your donation will go directly to Ashinaga France.
*Donors living in France can use the receipt of donation to claim tax benefits.