A non-governmental international organization which supports the disadvantaged in Asia, Africa and Latin America due to conflicts, natural disasters, poverty or other causes through medical relief efforts or activities to improve their life.
After the HIV-tainted-blood scandal had reached a settlement, the organization was established in 1997 aiming to promote relief work for and by the victims of the HIV-contaminated blood products. In addition to the head office in Tokyo, there are regional chapters in Hokkaido, Tohoku, Chubu and Kyushu areas.
A community-based organization for people living with HIV, their partners and family members. It is involved in various activities from offering direct care to conducting research and training programs, including the projects sponsored by the Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare.
A non-governmental organization (NGO) that engages in international cooperation through health promotion. It carries out healthcare service programs in Thailand, Cambodia, East Timor, Africa and Japan.