CSR Programs in Indonesia

AEON Teenage Ambassador: Japan and Indonesia Youth Exchange Program

Deepening international understanding through youth exchange program

Teenage Ambassadors Program-High school students from Japan and Indonesia visit other's countries to build a friendship

The Teenage Ambassador program is organized by the Aeon 1% Club with an aim to help young people cultivate understanding and a spirit of friendship across different cultures. Since its launch in 1990, a total of 803 high school students from 15 countries have participated in this cross-cultural youth program.This time, the event was organized to promote exchange between Tokyo and Jakarta, the capital of Indonesia and a sister city of Tokyo. On January 16, 2012, 20 Indonesian high school students arrived in Tokyo to participate in an eight-day tour program. The teenage participants had opportunities to learn various aspects of Japanese society and culture, including a meeting with Prime Minister Noda at his office, a visit to a high school in Tokyo, and nature-themed activities in Hokkaido, among others. In exchange for the visit by high school students from Jakarta, 20 Japanese counterparts visited Indonesia two months later.The seven-day program (March 12 to 18, excluding the day for return flight) was filled with a variety of activities and projects, ranging from an honorary visit to President Yudhoyono at the Palace in Bogor to a reunion with the Indonesian program participants, attending classes at their school and staying at their homes, thereby deepening a cross-border friendship.

AEON’s continuing effort toward a more fulfilling future through three years reforestation in Indonesia

The Aeon Environmental Foundation has implemented a three-year project to plant trees in the coastal areas to protect the local residential districts and expressways from floods and to restore greenery in the areas. In Jakarta on August 25 in 2013, which was the final year of the project, saplings were planted by a total of some 1,600 volunteers, including local people and those participating from Japan, China, Malaysia, Thailand, Vietnam and other Asian countries. They planted a total of about 24,000 mangrove saplings, cooperating with each other irrespective of differences in nationality. The number of saplings planted over the three years has reached around 63,000, and the saplings are gradually growing into trees eventually to form a rich forest. In order to create a brighter future for children, Aeon will continue to plant saplings in cooperation with a lot of people in Japan and across the world.

AEON Teenage Ambassador: Japan and Indonesia Youth Exchange Program

Deepening international understanding through youth exchange program

Teenage Ambassadors Program-High school students from Japan and Indonesia visit other's countries to build a friendship

The Teenage Ambassador program is organized by the Aeon 1% Club with an aim to help young people cultivate understanding and a spirit of friendship across different cultures. Since its launch in 1990, a total of 803 high school students from 15 countries have participated in this cross-cultural youth program.This time, the event was organized to promote exchange between Tokyo and Jakarta, the capital of Indonesia and a sister city of Tokyo. On January 16, 2012, 20 Indonesian high school students arrived in Tokyo to participate in an eight-day tour program. The teenage participants had opportunities to learn various aspects of Japanese society and culture, including a meeting with Prime Minister Noda at his office, a visit to a high school in Tokyo, and nature-themed activities in Hokkaido, among others. In exchange for the visit by high school students from Jakarta, 20 Japanese counterparts visited Indonesia two months later.The seven-day program (March 12 to 18, excluding the day for return flight) was filled with a variety of activities and projects, ranging from an honorary visit to President Yudhoyono at the Palace in Bogor to a reunion with the Indonesian program participants, attending classes at their school and staying at their homes, thereby deepening a cross-border friendship.

AEON’s continuing effort toward a more fulfilling future through three years reforestation in Indonesia

The Aeon Environmental Foundation has implemented a three-year project to plant trees in the coastal areas to protect the local residential districts and expressways from floods and to restore greenery in the areas. In Jakarta on August 25 in 2013, which was the final year of the project, saplings were planted by a total of some 1,600 volunteers, including local people and those participating from Japan, China, Malaysia, Thailand, Vietnam and other Asian countries. They planted a total of about 24,000 mangrove saplings, cooperating with each other irrespective of differences in nationality. The number of saplings planted over the three years has reached around 63,000, and the saplings are gradually growing into trees eventually to form a rich forest. In order to create a brighter future for children, Aeon will continue to plant saplings in cooperation with a lot of people in Japan and across the world.

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