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Japan Anti-Tuberculosis Association

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Japan Anti-Tuberculosis Association

The aims of the Japan Anti-Tuberculosis Association

Contribute to the improvement of national health and welfare and providing necessary international cooperation towards ending TB.

The objectives of the Japan Anti-Tuberculosis Association

Conduct activities related to the prevention and care of TB and other diseases, as well as education and dissemination, studies and research for the health of the people.

What the Christmas Seal design represents:

The theme of the 2022 seal, which was designed by TB survivor and illustrator Toru ASAI, is “Happiness in Everyday Life”, which is something we take for granted and have noticed once again in our lives with COVID-19 epidemic.

What the Christmas Seal sales support:

Through the seal fund campaign, the Japan Anti-Tuberculosis Association (JATA) has been providing public awareness building programs and training programs for health care workers both in Japan and developing countries for over 50 years.

In addition, the JATA has been conducting projects to support national TB control programs in developing countries, with the focus currently being on Zambia, Myanmar, Cambodia, and Nepal.

The Japan Anti-Tuberculosis Association first produced Christmas Seals in 1952.

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