We ran EGAKU on the first day of the Global Health Entrepreneurship Program 2016 organized by the Global Health Policy Department at the University of Tokyo.

Participants were graduate and undergraduate students from countries around the world, including Myanmar, Uzbekistan and India. The theme was “What I value the most.” The artworks that emerged from the session were powerful and unique. As participants of a health entrepreneurship program, perhaps it comes as no surprise that their sense of determination and openness to taking up new challenges came through, making for an incredibly dynamic session.

Theme: What I value the most
Program overview: EGAKU Program
Participants: 23 university students, graduate students, program staff
Venue: Tokyo University Hongo Campus, Tokyo
Facilitator: Kimi Hasebe
Interpreter: Ryoko Nakamura
Staff: Nayu Hasebe, Hiromi Ito
※ This program was run by White Ship’s non-profit arm, ELAB.