Our missionSocial Challenges that Japan Heart Tackles

Since its inception in 2004, with the mission “to deliver healthcare to medically-isolated areas,” Japan Heart has been committed to fulfilling its vision: Help realize a society where each and every person has equal access to medical care, with no discrimination by nationality/locality, race, politics, religion, or circumstance, and ultimately appreciates their lives on earth.

Where may those medically isolated areas be?
  • 1
    Developing countries
  • 2
    Remote areas/isolated islands in Japan
  • 3
    Disaster-stricken areas
  • 4
    Inside the human heart

Through our experiences with all the patients and the people they are associated with, we have started thinking that we may need to redefine what “Medical Care” means.

Medical Care is not just treatments, but something that “enhances the quality of life of the people involved.” If so, we need to identify and keep up with the changes of the times and the needs of the individuals. And, we take on these activities wisely and with flexibility.

We hope to usher in a society where each and every person has equal access to medical care, with no discrimination by nationality/locality, race, politics, religion, or circumstance, and ultimately appreciates their lives. This is an ongoing project where everybody --- from our front-line contributors with various professions, to those who support our activities ---- engages and tackles social challenges.

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we are focusing on.

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All activities of Japan Heart are supported by donations and volunteers.
Types of donation varies from “one-time donation”, “continuous donation”, to making use of “what already exists”.
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