The amount of aid that Japanese people donate to the 10 or 15 food agencies active in North Korea has declined to ''several million yen'' since a high period between 1995 and 1998, said Michiya Kumaoka, head of the Japan International Volunteer Center.
What does JVC stand for?
JVC stands for Japan International Volunteer Center
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Michiya Kumaoka, head of Japan International Volunteer Center, visited Iraq three times last year and this year to engage in medical support activities.
6 Kyodo The Japan International Volunteer Center (JVC), a Tokyo-based civic group, will send food and medicine to Afghanistan via a local civic group, an official of the center told a news conference Tuesday.
It is important to discuss what has happened and ask why war occurs at all,'' says Maki Sato, who is in charge of Iraq operations at the Japan International Volunteer Center (JVC), a Japanese humanitarian relief group.
Maki Sato of the Japan International Volunteer Center, which is part of the NGO No-War Net Japan and also collaborates with JANIC, told reporters before submitting the petitions that children should not die for the sake of eliminating Iraq's alleged weapons of mass destruction.
A representative of the Japan International Volunteer Center (JVC), a nonprofit organization that has been providing medical assistance to Iraq, told the rally that U.
Michiya Kumaoka, head of the Japan International Volunteer Center, said he cannot accept the government's view that denied Suzuki's involvement in the NGO issue, adding, ''Everybody believes the view is just a fiction.
Michiya Kumaoka and Hiroshi Taniyama, president and secretariat head of the Japan International Volunteer Center (JVC), who separately visited the country from late December to earlier this month, told a Tokyo meeting that people in eastern and southern Afghanistan are still suffering from the bombings, even though reports on the attacks are not often made.