The Osaka Gas Foundation of International Cultural Exchange
A photo taken after a research presentation session at the Faculty of Engineering, University of Indonesia
The Osaka Gas Foundation of International Cultural Exchange (OGFICE) aims to contribute to fostering international understanding by providing international aid in the fields of education, academic studies, and science and technology. The OGFICE has recently donated scholarships and educational equipment to educational institutions and other parties in Indonesia, with donation ceremonies held at a few educational institutions.
Online donation ceremonies were held at the University of Indonesia and the Bandung Institute of Technology with the presence of Chairman Tetsuo Setoguchi and Executive Director Yoshinari Hashimoto from the OGFICE. Other recipient institutions where online ceremonies could not be held received donation certificates or goods from a local staff member who supports the OGFICE initiative.
Recipients expressed their gratitude to the OGFICE for offering long-term assistance, saying: “The OGFICE has always immensely helped us as recipient institutions in educational terms by supporting us in obtaining what we truly need.”
The Daigas Group will continue to provide support for education and research in Southeast Asian and Oceanian countries, including Indonesia.
|With people in the graduate program of Japanese studies, Faculty of Humanities, University of Indonesia||A local staff member presenting a donation certificate to the Bandung Institute of Technology|
A local staff member presenting a donation certificate to IPB University
|A local staff member presenting a donation certificate to a Vice President of Syiah Kuala University|
|A local staff member presenting a donation certificate to a Vice President of Mulawarman University||A local staff member presenting a donation certificate to Badak LNG staff members in charge|
|A local staff member presenting donated equipment to an elementary school in the Bontang area||
Children studying in a new library (opened by the Jambo Minda Foundation)