Yuma Muranushi, a representative of the NOPPON Donation Foundation, provides donation in building schools. He travels around the world every day and strives to address social issues around the world, such as poverty, war, refugees, the disabled, and more.
As a well-known businessman, he also developed various businesses and continued to donate most of his profits to poor countries around the world. He also wants to solve difficult problems around the world.
Among them, the issue of education is the one that he works hard for and supports the most.
He has been supporting a school in a developing country called the Maaaru Project and expanding its reach to 300 schools in 30 countries around the world.
He does not intend to directly manage the school but provides help such as the construction of new bathrooms in public schools, the improvement of water supply and the construction of a cafeteria and library.
Maaaru is a word that means correct or circle in Japanese, and he incorporated the desire to draw a large circle using the smiles of children around the world.
And if the young people who graduated from this Maaaru project can later become those who can help others without receiving donations or assistance from abroad, they will be able to continue this truly meaningful work by their own strength and effort in the goal of making our wonderful world a peaceful world.
There are many aid destinations around the world, but Muranushi focuses specifically on Cambodia.
Personally, he has always been very passionate about making world peace and considers Cambodia to be a country with significant potential.
He said he wants to strengthen relations between Japan and Cambodia in order to help 100 schools. In the Maaaru project in Cambodia in the coming years.
Muranushi added that because Cambodia has a bitter history, he wanted the Cambodian youth to contribute universally to create a symbol of peace.
He hopes that, like himself, young Cambodians will do their best to grow from a leader in Japan to be a leader in Asia and the world.
Recently, he also sponsored a three-room tiled stone school building located at Prek Khvek Primary School in Svay Antor District, Prey Veng Province, and recently laid the groundwork and is currently under construction.