Services for the Health in Asian & African Regions (SHARE) = SHARE is a citizen sector organization (NGO) that engages in international cooperation mainly through providing health service.

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Organization name Services for the Health in Asian and African Regions (SHARE)
Founded August 2, 1983 (as a private organization)
September 14, 2001 (as a non-profit organization)
Location 5th Floor of the Maruko Building 1-20-6 Higashi-Ueno Taito-Ku, Tokyo, 110-0015
Board Administrators: 11
Secretaries: 2
Chief Administrator: Toru Honda
Number of workers Full time: 13 (6 work in domestic branches, 7 in international branches; international branches have 46 workers in total)
Part time: 1
Interns: 5
Volunteers: 30
Number of members 614 (as of December 2014)
  • - Promoting the health of foreign residents living in Japan
  • - Prevention of HIV/AIDS and support programs for HIV positives
  • - Educational activities related to public health and sanitation
  • - Emergency Aid
Budget \114,778,682 (as of 2014) Budget2013(Japanese) Budget2012(Japanese) Budget2011(Japanese)
Annual Report 2013 Annual Report(Japanese) 2012 Annual Report(Japanese) 2011 Annual Report(Japanese)
Periodical Bon Partage (twice a year)
SHARE LIFE (twice a year)

Organization chart Supporterslist Where we workChairman's welcomeCharacter
Donation/Fund-raise:The share is recognition NPO. The contribution of everybody becomes the object of the deduction.
  • A Cambodian farm village is energetic more in the health center construction.

  • The share original wallpaper is bought and the international cooperation.

  • Fund-raising site [e-kokoro].