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Tree Planting in Cambodia

The Chau Srei Vivol Temple is one of the ruined Angkor Empire that flourished in Cambodia during the twelfth and thirteenth centuries AD.
AEON participated in building the forest in this area by planting trees that would help Protect the ruins form wind and rain.
The project was carried out three times during two years in March 2010, August 2010, and July 2011.

The 1st tree planting activity
Date of tree planting Sunday, 21st March 2010
Participant 126 people (26 people from Japan, 100 people from Cambodia)
Number of tree 1,060
The 2nd tree planting activity
Date of tree planting Sunday, 1st August 2010
Participant 245 people (125 people from Japan, 120 People from Cambodia)
Number of tree 3,600
The 3rd tree planting activity
Date of tree planting Saturday, 30th July 2011
Participant 209 people (59 people from Japan, 150 People from Cambodia
Number of tree 2,206

Tree planting at Angkor Wat

In conjunction with the AEON 1% Club’s foundation of a school in Cambodia, a total of 757 volunteers planted 6,600 native lauan and teak trees across 3 hectares near the World Heritage Site of Angkor Wat.
Two tree-planting events were held in 2002 and 2004.
Later, a total of 361 volunteers (including members from Japan and children from the Jack Fruit Elementary School) replanted 1000 of these trees, which were tragically burned in accidental fires in 2005 and 2007.

Battambang Prosthetic Limb Center support campaign

For the three years between 1998 and 2000, AEON provided support for the Battambang Prosthetic Limb Center in Cambodia, where victims of landmines could receive artificial arms and legs as well as rehabilitation.
The company collected donations from customers as well as contributions from the AEON 1% Club to provide a total of over 173.6 million yen to the Japanese Red Cross Society to operate the facility.

Zero landmines Campaign

For three years running, the AEON 1% Club reported its participation in activities to help landmine victims in Cambodia and other countries around the world.
In 2001, several world renowned artists, including the famous composer Ryuichi Sakamoto, produced a CD for the Zero Landmines Campaign.
AEON group companies then sold this CD in their stores that are part of their retail outlet and business center fundraising activities between April 27 and May 6 of that year.
The group ended up combining over 15.1 million yen from in-store donations with 22.5 million yen in CD sales for more than 37.6 million yen in funds that were contributed to the campaign committee.

Building Schools

The long years of civil war in Cambodia tragically eroded the foundations of the county’s educational system.
In an effort to help the Cambodian people recover as quickly as possible, AEON teamed up with the Japan Committee for UNICEF to support the construction of 149 schools in the region.
Through 2003, the company held donation drives at its group stores and offices, raising approximately 146.8 million yen in customer donations as well as 139 million in funds from the AEON 1% Club, allowing the group to present the Japan Committee for UNICEF with a total of 286 million yen in contributions.
AEON has taken steps to address the non-physical needs of the Cambodian educational system with re-education programs for teachers, scholarship programs, and other ducational support activities as a means of investing in the children who represent the future of Cambodia.

Sihanouk AEON Museum

AEON hopes that the heritage of Cambodia could be the pride of Cambodian people, we have support to build “Sihanouk-AEON museum” which is located near Angkor Wat temple in order to preserve and study the stone pillar Buddha body which has been excavated from Banteay Kudei temple at the end of the 12th century, including 274 of Buddha body.

Tree Planting in Cambodia

The Chau Srei Vivol Temple is one of the ruined Angkor Empire that flourished in Cambodia during the twelfth and thirteenth centuries AD.
AEON participated in building the forest in this area by planting trees that would help Protect the ruins form wind and rain.
The project was carried out three times during two years in March 2010, August 2010, and July 2011.

The 1st tree planting activity
Date of tree planting Sunday, 21st March 2010
Participant 126 people (26 people from Japan, 100 people from Cambodia)
Number of tree 1,060
The 2nd tree planting activity
Date of tree planting Sunday, 1st August 2010
Participant 245 people (125 people from Japan, 120 People from Cambodia)
Number of tree 3,600
The 3rd tree planting activity
Date of tree planting Saturday, 30th July 2011
Participant 209 people (59 people from Japan, 150 People from Cambodia
Number of tree 2,206

Tree planting at Angkor Wat

In conjunction with the AEON 1% Club’s foundation of a school in Cambodia, a total of 757 volunteers planted 6,600 native lauan and teak trees across 3 hectares near the World Heritage Site of Angkor Wat.
Two tree-planting events were held in 2002 and 2004.
Later, a total of 361 volunteers (including members from Japan and children from the Jack Fruit Elementary School) replanted 1000 of these trees, which were tragically burned in accidental fires in 2005 and 2007.

Battambang Prosthetic Limb Center support campaign

For the three years between 1998 and 2000, AEON provided support for the Battambang Prosthetic Limb Center in Cambodia, where victims of landmines could receive artificial arms and legs as well as rehabilitation.
The company collected donations from customers as well as contributions from the AEON 1% Club to provide a total of over 173.6 million yen to the Japanese Red Cross Society to operate the facility.

Zero landmines Campaign

For three years running, the AEON 1% Club reported its participation in activities to help landmine victims in Cambodia and other countries around the world.
In 2001, several world renowned artists, including the famous composer Ryuichi Sakamoto, produced a CD for the Zero Landmines Campaign.
AEON group companies then sold this CD in their stores that are part of their retail outlet and business center fundraising activities between April 27 and May 6 of that year.
The group ended up combining over 15.1 million yen from in-store donations with 22.5 million yen in CD sales for more than 37.6 million yen in funds that were contributed to the campaign committee.

Building Schools

The long years of civil war in Cambodia tragically eroded the foundations of the county’s educational system.
In an effort to help the Cambodian people recover as quickly as possible, AEON teamed up with the Japan Committee for UNICEF to support the construction of 149 schools in the region.
Through 2003, the company held donation drives at its group stores and offices, raising approximately 146.8 million yen in customer donations as well as 139 million in funds from the AEON 1% Club, allowing the group to present the Japan Committee for UNICEF with a total of 286 million yen in contributions.
AEON has taken steps to address the non-physical needs of the Cambodian educational system with re-education programs for teachers, scholarship programs, and other ducational support activities as a means of investing in the children who represent the future of Cambodia.

Sihanouk AEON Museum

AEON hopes that the heritage of Cambodia could be the pride of Cambodian people, we have support to build “Sihanouk-AEON museum” which is located near Angkor Wat temple in order to preserve and study the stone pillar Buddha body which has been excavated from Banteay Kudei temple at the end of the 12th century, including 274 of Buddha body.

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