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Panasonic Holdings Corporation Panasonic Holdings Corporation About Panasonic Group Group CEO's Message Business Philosophy 1. The Mission of the Enterprise 2. The Mission of the Panasonic Group, and What We Must Do Now 3. The Basic Management Objective 4. The Company Creed and the Seven Principles 5. The Basic Business Philosophy of the Panasonic Group 6. Practicing the Basic Business Philosophy 7. The Customer Comes First 8. Autonomous Responsible Management 9. Participative Management through Collective Wisdom 10. Developing People and Making the Most of Their Potential Panasonic Leadership Principles Code of Ethics & Compliance About the Panasonic Group Code of Ethics & Compliance Chapter 1 Chapter 2 Chapter3 Chapter 4 Chapter 5 Procurement For Suppliers Green Procurement Clean Procurement Declaration Strategic Partnerships Intellectual Property Panasonic IP Innovation Project Brand Protection Human Resources and Organizations Corporate Information Group Companies Products and Solutions Consumer Business Products and Solutions What Panasonic delivers Experience Sponsorships History Corporate History The Founder, Konosuke Matsushita Words of Wisdom Panasonic Museum News Investor Relations Financial Announcements Presentation Related Release Library IR Summary Integrated Report Annual Securities Report, etc. Corporate Governance Calendar Shareholders' Meeting Stock and Corporate Bonds Stock Price / Ratings / Corporate Bonds Dividends FAQ / Contacts Brand Live Your Best Five Principles Regarding Brand Names Panasonic Brand Identity Brand History Technology R&D Outlook R&D Activities Innovators R&D Organization History of Technology List of Conference Presentations 2023 2022 2021 2020 2019 2018 Design Sustainability Our Approach The Promotion of Sustainability Management Initiatives for SDGs External Recognition History Corporate Citizenship Activities Initiatives for SDGs Diversity, Equity & Inclusion What is Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (DEI) ? Panasonic Group Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (DEI) Policy DEI and Employees’ Well-being Top Management Commitment Creating an Inclusive Work Environment Support for Every Individual: Diverse Work Styles and Work-Life Balance People with Disabilities Employing Workers Post Retirement LGBTQ Gender Equity Global Initiatives Panasonic Group's DEI in Data Panasonic Group DEI News Employee Journey History of Diversity Promotion Awards Environment Policy Mid-term to Long-term Environmental Vision Governance Response to TCFD Products and Factories Global Warming Adaptation Reducing CO2 Emissions in Factories Green Logistics Resources Biodiversity Water Resource Chemical Substance Global Activities Supply Chain Human Resource Development Communication Social Governance Download Data Book Report Archive Content Index Careers Products and Solutions About Panasonic Group News Investor Relations Brand Technology Design Sustainability Careers Products and Solutions Sustainability Our Approach Corporate Citizenship Activities Initiatives for SDGs Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Environment Social Governance Download Data Book Corporate Citizenship Activities HOME Ending Poverty Ending Poverty TOPLIGHT UP THE FUTURE (Support for Areas Without Electricity)Organizational Strengthening for NPOs & NGOsPanasonic NPO/NGO Support Fund for SDGsPanasonic NPO/NGO Support Pro Bono Program Environmental Activities Environmental Activities TOPAct for EVERY LIFE (Biodiversity conservation)Panasonic ECO RELAY for Sustainable Earth (Environmental Activities Throughout the World)Introducing sustainable fish and shellfish options to the employee cafeteriaLIGHT UP THE FUTURE (Support for Areas Without Electricity) Human Development (Learning Support) Human Development (Learning Support) TOPKid Witness News (Video Production Support Program)Panasonic Scholarship Asia (Scholarships in Asian Countries)Panasonic Kids School (Educational Content for Children)Hands-On Facilities and Experience-Based Learning Programs (Manufacturing, Ecology, etc.) Other Initiatives Other initiatives TOPFukushima "Reconstruction" Support ActionDisaster ReliefFoundations Global Activities Corporate Citizenship Activities HOME Ending Poverty Ending Poverty TOPLIGHT UP THE FUTURE (Support for Areas Without Electricity)Organizational Strengthening for NPOs & NGOsPanasonic NPO/NGO Support Fund for SDGsPanasonic NPO/NGO Support Pro Bono Program Environmental Activities Environmental Activities TOPAct for EVERY LIFE (Biodiversity conservation)Panasonic ECO RELAY for Sustainable Earth (Environmental Activities Throughout the World)Introducing sustainable fish and shellfish options to the employee cafeteriaLIGHT UP THE FUTURE (Support for Areas Without Electricity) Human Development (Learning Support) Human Development (Learning Support) TOPKid Witness News (Video Production Support Program)Panasonic Scholarship Asia (Scholarships in Asian Countries)Panasonic Kids School (Educational Content for Children)Hands-On Facilities and Experience-Based Learning Programs (Manufacturing, Ecology, etc.) Other Initiatives Other initiatives TOPFukushima "Reconstruction" Support ActionDisaster ReliefFoundations Global Activities Japanese LIGHT UP THE FUTURE How the Project Began">LIGHT UP THE FUTUREHow the Project Began About the Project Results Action Project">"AKARI" Action Project Report Providing Solutions for Earthquake-Affected Communities, Panasonic GOBEL Donates Hundreds of Solar Lanterns 2024.05.17 Environmental changes for children brought about by lanterns-What we learned from interviews with children in Zimbabwe- 2024.05.16 1 year since donation: Trajectory of ethnic minorities in mountainous areas (Vietnam) 2024.05.09 Over 100,000 solar lanterns have been donated to off-grid areas! And now we're going even further. Over 100,000 solar lanterns have been donated to off-grid areas! And now we're going even further. ”LIGHT UP THE FUTURE” PROJECT This project picks up where the project to donate 100,000 solar lanterns left off, bringing light to areas that have no electricity using Panasonic’s renewable energy technology. Working with partner organizations such as NPOs, NGOs and international groups, support programs on the ground guide communities toward sustainability and eliminate poverty by providing opportunities for education, health, and increased income. ”LIGHT UP THE FUTURE” PROJECT This project picks up where the project to donate 100,000 solar lanterns left off, bringing light to areas that have no electricity using Panasonic’s renewable energy technology. Working with partner organizations such as NPOs, NGOs and international groups, support programs on the ground guide communities toward sustainability and eliminate poverty by providing opportunities for education, health, and increased income. The "LIGHT UP THE FUTURE" PROJECT ischanging lives in off-grid areas There are approximately 760 million people living in areas without electricity in the world*. * source:IEA-World Energy Outlook2023 There are approximately 760 million people living in areas without electricity in the world*. * source:IEA-World Energy Outlook2023 It all started with a single letter. In response to a letter from Uganda’s Minister of State, Panasonic began developing lighting that uses renewable energy, and in 2009 Uganda became the first to receive eco-friendly solar lanterns. From 2013 to 2018, a total of 100,000 solar lanterns were donated to 30 countries in Asia and Africa as part of the “100 Thousand Solar Lanterns Project”. Today, because many people still live in areas without electricity, the “LIGHT UP THE FUTURE” project continues bringing light to people’s lives. To date, over 120,000 solar lanterns have been delivered to more than 30 countries and regions around the world. In response to a letter from Uganda’s Minister of State, Panasonic began developing lighting that uses renewable energy, and in 2009 Uganda became the first to receive eco-friendly solar lanterns. From 2013 to 2018, a total of 100,000 solar lanterns were donated to 30 countries in Asia and Africa as part of the “100 Thousand Solar Lanterns Project”. Today, because many people still live in areas without electricity, the “LIGHT UP THE FUTURE” project continues bringing light to people’s lives. To date, over 120,000 solar lanterns have been delivered to more than 30 countries and regions around the world. Main Items Donated Solar Lantern Eneloop Solar Storage Photovoltaic andEnergy Storage System Support Programs to Improve People’s Lives Technical support is provided and opportunities are created for education, health, and increased income. Support Programs to Improve People’s Lives Technical support is provided and opportunities are created for education, health, and increased income. [Education] Use for night study Use for night study Lights illuminating the student dormitory [Health] Under solar power child born Under solar power child born Night medical treatment available [Increased income] Increased income by making beads at night Increased income by making beads at night Use at night market Support is provided to improve people's livesin various regions of the world. Since 2018, Panasonic has promoted the Off-Grid Solutions Project in villages in Indonesia, Myanmar, and Kenya. To achieve the intended social impact of sustainable growth in communities, we designed an activity process for each area that yielded a variety of results after two years of implementation. Indonesia Activity Report > Myanmar Activity Report > Kenya Activity Report > Support is provided to improve people's livesin various regions of the world. Since 2018, Panasonic has promoted the Off-Grid Solutions Project in villages in Indonesia, Myanmar, and Kenya. To achieve the intended social impact of sustainable growth in communities, we designed an activity process for each area that yielded a variety of results after two years of implementation. Indonesia Activity Report > Myanmar Activity Report > Kenya Activity Report > The Off-grid Solutions Project Providing electricity to improve the lives of Kenya's Maasai through the Off-Grid Solutions Project in Kenya Changes Made Possible by Electric Light Donor Organization: UN Population Fund Country name: Kenya Period: 2022-2023 Survey method: Interview survey Donor Organization: Saetanar Country name: Myanmar Period: 2015–2017 Survey method: School statistics Donor Organization: Save the Children Japan Country name: Myanmar Period: 2015–2017 Survey method: Estimate based on health authority figures Donor Organization: World Vision Tanzania Country name: Tanzania Period: 2022 Survey method: Aggregated data from clinics Donor Organization: JELA Country name: Cambodia Period: 2022-2023 Survey method: Interview survey Donor Organization: UN Population Fund Country name: Kenya Period: 2022-2023 Survey method: Interview survey Period : 2013 - 2022 Survey method : Based on our calculation method Period : 2013 - 2019 Survey method : Based on our calculation method Donor Organization: ICAN Country name: Djibouti Period: 2022 Survey method: Interview survey Donor Organization: JELA Country name: Cambodia Period: 2022-2023 Survey method: Interview survey Past Donation Countries Bringing light to off-grid areas. 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