Member Organizations of Jungto Society

1.     JTS (Join Together Society), International relief organization

JTS is an NGO committed to eradicating famine, disease, and illiteracy in the world. JTS seeks to practice humanity by supporting neighbors around the world suffering from hunger and disease with no opportunities for education due to poverty and discrimination. JTS carries out relief work for hunger, disease and illiteracy in the countries including India and also provides nutritions to children in North Korea.

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2. GOOD FRIENDS, Center for Peace, Human Rights and Refugees

We will be good friends with all beings. GOOD FRIENDS works for the world where all beings live peacefully without conflicts and wars. GOOD FRIENDS provides humanitarian aids to people in North Korea who are struggling with economic difficulties, is committed to promoting human rights of North Korean refugees in South Korea and aims to contribute to the reconciliation of North and South Korea. GOOD FRIENDS wishes for and works towards a peaceful reunification of the two Korea through overarching cooperations with Koreans overseas.

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3. Peace Foundation

The Peace Foundation is a private research institute established in 2004 to bring permanent peace, stability, and unification to the Korean Peninsula which suffered colonization of Japan in 1909-1945 and was divided into two countries by the great powers shortly after the liberation. In addition, millions of people lost their lives during the Korean War - the Cold War in the region - which has affected the relationship between the two Korea through conflicts and competitions in hostilities for more than half a century. The Peace Foundation aims to resolve such pain and suffering, and to establish peace and unification between North and South Korea.

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We seek to live in harmony with the nature ECOBUDDHA Co. began its activities as 'Korean Buddhism Society Education Center' in March, 1988, and was approved as a corporation named 'Korean Buddhist Environmental Education Center' by the Ministry of Environment in 1994. In 2005, it was promoted to ‘ECOBUDDHA Co.’ and has continued to campaign for environmental movements since then. Since the early 1990s, ECOBUDDHA Co. has been establishing new environmental ethics and campaigned for ecological awareness and lifestyles (i.e., eating less, consuming less, and being more diligent) based on the Buddha’s teaching to respect all living beings.

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