- Provide educational opportunity to children in areas where access to education is limited
- Support for students in cooperation with Royal Thimphu College(RTC), the first private university in Bhutan
- Support Bhutanese high school students to study in Japan.
Surrounding environment of children are changing in daily basis.
Activities that are not on the list above also done case by case.
For more detailed information, please check out the following "Activity Report".
- 2019.05.14 Bhutan First Paralympic Day Successfully Held. Yasuo Miyazawa, FGC Chairman is Appointed as Honorary Advisor to the President of the Bhutan Olympic Committee
- 2019.02.13 RTC students from Bhutan came to Japan as a part of STAR Program.
- 2018.11.25 Olympic Solidarity Program: International students of sports major in SEISA Kokusai Shonan High School to meet with Mr. Bach, president of IOC
- 2018.09.17 The 2nd annual of Handa Cup Archery Tournament
Surface Area：38,394 square kilometer
Population：Approx. 797,000 （2016 estimate）
Language：Dzongkha（Official Language）, English
Japanese in Bhutan：107 people（2016）
Bhutanese in Japan：180 people（2017）
* Data from Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan
Due to the strong Bhutan-Japan friendship Bhutan delivered aids to Japan, after the Great East Japan Earthquake.
Children in Bhutan are highly motivated learners and wants to improve more, but there is limited access to education in Bhutan. Some children drop-out of school to take care of their siblings and family. They do not have an easy accessibility to education unlike in Japan.
Health care and educational environment are especially poor in mountainous and remote areas.