Contribution to Cambodia
CIESF was established in 2008, to encourage the development of Cambodia.
We believe improving the quality of education and the status of teachers in the Cambodian society can be the primary step to solve the problems in Cambodia.
We also believe encouraging Cambodian entrepreneurs to involve in diverse national and international projects can lead to better Cambodian economy.
Send ai Project
Farms hit by the tsunami in disaster struck areas have suffered from salt damage and are covered in debris, making them unusable for farming, however they are being restored through the recovery efforts. The salt content in salt damaged farming areas has been reduced since June of 2011 and there are hopes for harvesting to begin from August.
- Contributions from donation boxes placed at restaurants: 24,082 yen
(Shabu-shabu On-yasai Dotonbori shop, Shabu-shabu On-yasai Sennichimae shop, Kitashinchi Noen)
- Contributions from a portion of sales: 117,620 yen
(10% of sales from the Kitashinchi Noen Tohoku Support Menu 50% of sales from flavored eggs at all Misawa shops)