Our mission is to practice "Water Supply Philosophy of Education" on a global scale, and create a society where all people on earth can live happily and easily.

"Water Supply Philosophy of Education" means "we provide education as inexpensively and assuredly as tap water". We strive to raise the standard of education for people living around the world.

We have developed a global “education platform” and created a new project through which all participants can share in the benefits.

Current State of the Education Gap

What kind of people will need education in 2030?

Although the labor force in developed countries is decreasing due to declining birth rates, workers with higher education from developing countries contribute to improving the world productivity. The statistics have proven that skilled workers throughout the world will increase by 20% from 2018 to 2030, particularly in developing countries. The number of skilled workers in developed countries, on the other hand, will decrease by 2030 due to the aging of population.

However, the current situation is that there are disparities in education, which is just as important as the economy, between developed and developing countries. It is not an exaggeration to say that the level of education affects the economic development of each country. Educational inequality leads to economic disparity, and the difference between the rich and poor produces education gaps in the next generation. In order to break such negative chains, we will build a global education ecosystem.

We believe that we could break the poverty chain by providing necessary education to people all over the world.

This could be accomplished by establishing the need for people of limited education to acquire knowledge and skills by obtaining opportunities to learn, which then helps them to earn and increase their income by utilizing knowledge and skills, and by increasing their expertise of knowledge and skills that is passed down to the next generations. That is our ideal education ecosystem which aims to repeat that cycle over the next generations (in order to break the poverty chain). We aim to produce a system that education will flow like water from developed countries to developing countries and an education ecosystem will work properly in developing countries.