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Guidelines on Grants and Contributions

Revenue Structure

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Name
Specified Nonprofit Corporation,  Health and Global Policy Institute
Chairman
Kiyoshi Kurokawa
Board of Directors
Vice Chairman Hiroaki Yoshida
Board Member Hikaru Ishiguro
Board Member Kohei Onozaki
Board Member William Hiroyuki Saito
Board Member Ken Shibusawa
Board Member Ryozo Nagai
Board Member Yoshinori Hiroi
Board Member Toshio Miyata
Board Member Shinsuke Muto
Board Member Hiromi Murakami
Auditor Tsuyoshi Dai
Established
4/7/2004
Types of Activities
  • Health Policy Research and Study
  • Health Policy Human Resource Development
  • Health Policy Recommendation
  • Health Policy Information Exchange
 
Bylaw(PDF)
Bylaw(Japanese) >>
Annual Report (PDF)

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Address
HQ
Adress Grand Cube 3F, Otemachi Financial City,
Global Business Hub Tokyo
1-9-2, Otemachi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
100-0004 JAPAN
TEL +81-3-4243-7156
FAX +81-3-4243-7378
URL www.hgpi.org
mail us
 

Access Map

HQ

Grand Cube 3F, Otemachi Financial City,
Global Business Hub Tokyo
1-9-2, Otemachi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
100-0004 JAPAN

Access
Otemachi Station on the Toei Mita Line, Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line, Tozai Line, Chiyoda Line, and Hanzomon Line.
 

 

Organizational Chart

Organizational Chart

 

Logo Concept

Logo

The design of our logo is based on the concept of the “Tree of Life”, a symbolic expression of “eternal life” and a concept shared by many cultures since ancient times. Introducing elements of Japanese arabesque, Indian mandala, and Irish Celtic imagery, our logo has symbolic familiarity for people all over the world. By outlining a human form in the center of the “Tree of Life”, the logo also expresses human vitality and growth.

 
 

Guidelines on Grants and Contributions

As an independent, non-profit, non-partisan private think tank, Health and Global Policy Institute (the Institute) complies with the following guidelines relating to the receipt of grants and contributions.

  1. Approval of Mission
    The mission of the Institute is to improve the civic mind and individuals’ well-being, and to foster a sustainable healthy community by shaping ideas and values, reaching out to global needs, and catalyzing society for impact. The activities of the Institute are supported by organizations and individuals who are in agreement with this mission.
  2. Political Neutrality
    The Institute is a private, non-profit corporation independent of the government. Moreover, the Institute receives no support from any political party or other organization whose primary purpose is political activity of any nature.
  3. Independence of Project Planning and Implementation
    The Institute makes independent decisions on the course and content of its projects after gathering the opinions of a broad diversity of interested parties. The opinions of benefactors are solicited, but the Institute exercises independent judgment in determining whether any such opinions are reflected in its activities.
  4. Diverse Sources of Funding
    In order to secure its independence and neutrality, the Institute will seek to procure the funding necessary for its operation from a broad diversity of foundations, corporations, individuals, and other such sources. Moreover, as a general rule, funding for specific divisions and activities of the Institute will also be sought from multiple sources.
  5. Exclusion of Promotional Activity
    The Institute will not partake in any activity of which the primary objective is to promote or raise the image or awareness of the products, services or other such like of its benefactors.
  6. Written Agreement
    Submission of this document will be taken to represent the benefactor’s written agreement with the Institute’s compliance with the above guidelines.
 

Revenue Structure