Nikken Sekkei receives a letter of appreciation for its activities as a member of the Myanmar Monastic School Support Team


Nikken Sekkei is a member of the Myanmar Monastic School Support Team. In this activity, Nikken Sekkei provides continuous support for the construction of monastic/nunnery schools that serve an important role in providing education to children in Myanmar who are unable to go to pubic schools due to financial reasons or location.
Since the team was established on October 15, 2012, three such schools have been completed through the financial support of 19 Japanese companies and five individuals.

On November 12, 2016, Nikken Sekkei Chairman Keiichi Okamoto participated in the opening ceremony of the third school, Myitar Yaung Chi Nunnery Educational School, in the South Dagon Township of Yangon.

A letter of appreciation was recently received from the school.
Nikken Sekkei will continue to provide such support as a member of the Myanmar Monastic School Support Team.

Greeted with flowers and baloons.

Ceremonial welcome dance.

Children's eyes glued onto the stage.

One of the world’s largest architectural design firms with over 2,500 professional staff, Nikken Sekkei and its six Group companies offer comprehensive design, engineering, management, consulting and R&D services. Established in 1900, the company’s portfolio consists of over 25,000 projects in 50 countries. Its activities cover a wide spectrum of sustainable public and private endeavors including: new city design, high-density/mixed- use transit-oriented developments, super-high rise buildings, business parks, offices and facilities for commercial, cultural, educational and healthcare use. Nikken is headquartered in Tokyo and maintains branch offices in China, Korea, Vietnam, Singapore, Russia, Spain and the UAE.


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