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Social Contribution Activities: Outline of Activities in FY2016

 

Note: The article on this page is taken from Sustainability Report 2017.

Outline of Activities in FY2016

[Image]Approx. 15 hundred million yen / Cost for social contribution activities*

* Cost for future generations, communities, international communities, and NPOs and NGOs

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The Fujifilm Group contributes to society through its business operations while interacting proactively with local communities as a corporate citizen, thereby contributing to the sustainable development of society. In addition to distinctive activities utilizing the unique characteristics of the Group, such as creation of archives of cultural assets and artistic works (record storage), restoration & application of historical manuscripts, providing medical devices in disaster site and emerging nations, education aid in emerging nations, and production support in publishing of large-font textbooks for children with weak sight, we continuously implemented various activities in environmental and other education assistance and in promoting coexistence with local communities. Workshops for children and the Pink Ribbon Movement are spreading all over the world.

In recognition of FUJIFILM Kyushu's long-term dedication to groundwater conservation, the company received the Kumamoto Ground Water Conservation Awards 2016 from Kumamoto Ground Water Foundation as the first Grand Prix winner. Also, Fuji Xerox's continuous cultural contribution utilizing its documentation technologies has been highly appreciated. One such example was that a copy of the Hedaurani-okeru Rokoku Gunkan Kenzo Zukan, owned by Toyo Bunko and replicated by Fuji Xerox, was selected as one of the gifts from Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe to President Vladimir Putin of the Russian Federation. Also, we continue our support for recovery from the Great East Japan Earthquake and the Great Kumamoto Earthquake.

Overseas, Fuji Xerox started offering learning materials to children who have limited access to primary education in the Philippines in 2014 in order to reduce educational disparity in emerging countries. This activity then spread to Myanmar and Thailand in FY2015, and to Vietnam and Indonesia in FY2016. In FY2017, we plan to start activities in Malaysia, in addition to maintaining and expanding coverage within the above countries. As for tree planting activities in China, it is 19 years since we started. We are continuing with these activities, including maintenance of the planted trees, and they have now developed into extensive activities involving the entire Chinese printing industry.

We will continue to move forward with our social contribution activities that aid in the resolution of social issues, taking advantage of our mainstream business activities and paying attention to communication and partnerships with our stakeholders.

Social Contribution Activities Continued by the Fujifilm Group

[Image]Social Contribution Activities Continued by the Fujifilm Group

[Image]Social Contribution Activities Continued by the Fujifilm Group

Note: The article on this page is taken from Sustainability Report 2017.

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The Fujifilm Group examines CSR issues from both corporate and stakeholders' viewpoints and moves forward with its CSR activities by setting priority CSR targets and implementing specific measures.

Enhancing the quality of life and the sustainable development of society.



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