Plenty of people are adjusting to practicing social distancing in their workplaces and schools, rethinking their hygiene habits, and even conforming to an entirely new way of working or communicating with others without meeting face-to-face. During these times of imagining and creating our new “normal,” it is important to reconnect to and establish what facets of our lives we want to take into the future.
While COVID-19 has rocked the global economy in several ways, the effects on the agriculture industry were thought to be minimal in comparison. However, share prices have fallen anywhere from 20% to 30% in the late spring. Despite this, experts forecast an industry rebound and even short-term growth, even though no one can predict precisely what recovery will look like for the economy in its entirety.
April marks the beginning of the new academic and fiscal year in Japan, and it is often a time of renewal and new journeys for individuals starting at a new academic institution or career. However, as anxieties concerning COVID-19 continue to loom across the globe, entrance ceremonies and other large gatherings have been canceled, putting a hamper on the usual bustle and excitement of a new start.
More Jobs Better Lives Foundation is proud to announce that as of February 5, 2020, our organization has changed from a General Incorporated Foundation to a Public Interest Incorporated Foundation. We intend to continue providing an environment that can further expand the possibilities for the growth of employment for developing communities and promoting activities and programs that are worthy of the name of a public interest incorporated foundation. MJBL Foundation
The More Jobs Better Lives Foundation, which aims to foster an interest in agriculture in developing countries and regions, will begin supporting three international students as its first Scholarship Program participants from April 2020.
We are happy to announce that our homepage has been opened to the public. Here, you can find information about our organization, what we have been doing recently, and how to apply for one of our programs. If you have any feedback or questions, feel free to message us via our contact page. Thank you for your support. MJBL Foundation