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SEISA Pegasus Club News (Vol.5)

 Warm greetings from the SEISA Group! 

 

One out of 730,000,000: Things I could do

 

Seisa University’s Special Contract Professor, Dr. Sumana Barua, visited our Yokohama office and gave a talk entitled “One out of 730,000,000—Things I could do” on July 20th.  He shared with us his life stories since his childhood and spoke to us about what he is doing to contribute to the world and to help children in the world. 

Dr. Barua received his medical license at the University of Philippines-Manila, finished his PhD at the University of Tokyo, and served as a team leader at WHO (World Health Organization) Leprosy.  He has also worked together with Mother Teresa.  He continues to question what he as an individual, could do as one of the 730,000,000 people in this world, and continues to enlighten our children and youngsters in Japan.

On July 19th, the day prior to visiting our office, he spoke to the teachers enrolled in Seisa University’s Teaching License Renewal Course about “Sustainable Development Goals and Contributions Made by Educators.”  The participants consisted of pre-school teachers to high school teachers all over Japan.  He gave them several hints on how they could use the SDGs in their classrooms.

Our schools have been participating in the “UN Academic Impact,” so there was much to learn from Dr. Barua, and we would like to keep devoting ourselves towards our fundamental principle goals.

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