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This section presens the Sango Group Human Rights Policy
and social contribution activities that we promotes.

Human Rights Policy

As a company that is a member of society, Sango Group recognized the importance of respecting human rights in all its activities and formulated a human rights policy as its basic stance on human rights. We will promote management that respects human rights in the countries and regions involved in our operations and contribute to the realization of a sustainable society.

Human Rights policy

Social Contribution Activities

Activity to Support Tohoku Region

We support to build a “forest seawall” in Tohoku, a stricken area of the Great East Japan Earthquake. The forest seawall created along the Sanriku shore will help to reduce its impact of tsunami, if happens, and stop people and property from being carried out to sea. Acorns gathered in Tohoku are being grown at Sango Plants. Once the acorns grow into seedlings after 2-3 years, they are returned to Tohoku to be planted there in tree planting activity.

Removal of Invasive Alien Species (Coreopsis lanceolata)

In Miyoshi city, Aichi, we hold Coreopsis lanceolata (or "tickseed") removal campaign. Because of its aggressive growth drives native Japanese species out, the flower is designated as an invasive alien species. To prevent the further spread of alien species into Japan, we promote activities in cooperation with local communities and government.

Support for the Special Olympics in 2019

In the Special Olympics Japan - Summer District Games held for people with mental disabilities, members of the Sango sports clubs have participated as operating staff to support setting up the site and to referee games. We are cooperating through sports to create a more livable society for people with disabilities.

Activities in Rice Field

In the rice fields located at ECO35 in Nagoya city, elementary school students are invited to a hands-on experience of rice planting and harvesting as part of an environmental education. The adjoining wooded area and biotopes also become a school where they can encounter a variety of living things and learn about the ecosystem.