Side by Side International (SBSI) recognized as a Japanese Non Profit Organization

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Celebrating the new legal status 
of SIDE BY SIDE INTERNATIONAL 
at year end.

With friends and supporters of 
SIDE BY SIDE INTERNATIONAL 
at Hotel Seiyo Ginza.


Visiting Institutions in Cambodia

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This year SBSI passed on the following supplies:

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Cambodia, goods to hospitals, schools, orphanage
One 40 ft and one 20 ft container with (main items):
1 dental unit, 1 bed for emergency surgery, 1 hospital bed, 1 stretcher, 1 operation light, 1 Dynascope electro-cardiogram, 1 mobile x-ray machine (photo on the right), 1 c-arm x-ray machine, 1 Panorama x-ray machine, 1 ultrasound, 80 double sheets, 100 nurses uniforms, 

1 sewing machine, 3 boxes stationary, about 200 t-shirts, 1 box of toys, 11.400 ballpoint pens, 3000 pencils, 3 Panorama, 623 kg paper, 142 school bags, 5 desks, 6 Olympia manual typewriters, 1 Yamaha Piano Electron, 746 books, 55 computers, 55 monitors, 6 laser printers.
1 library set for a university in Phnom Penh

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Papua New Guinea:

Land cruiser for HOPE Worldwide Nine Mile clinic in Port Moresby, for transporting staff and supplies

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Tanzania:

for schools, hospitals and social service centers in poor villages; via the ambassador:
20 units of computers and monitors 60 double sheets
58 pairs of sneakers and shoes 10 boxes of good quality clothing, bags, toys and crayons

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Mongolia:

for schools, via the ambassador:
30 computers, one laser printer, I hub machine

Malawi:

for orphans and the poor, via the ambassador:
38 boxes of good quality clothes

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Angela caring for boy at an institution 
for children with muscle disorders.

Mission to India

 Angela, SBSI member Joseph Jones’ second daughter, went for six weeks to assist charity projects, which her sister Mary visited during the previous year.

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Tokyo, Japan

Homeless in Shinjuku: served 1600 to 2000 meals monthly

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Cooking for the homeless Setting up and packing computers
  • Twice each month serve food and distribute clothing and provide counseling for 1,000 homeless people in the Shinjuku area of Tokyo.(a total of 2,000 hot meals served every month.)
  • Hold a weekly Bible class given to 100 homeless every week in the Shinjuku park.
  • Regularly distribute food and other supplies to local foster care institution, several old folks homes and a center for the handicapped.