Data

Management

Item Data
FY2019 FY2018 FY2017
Respect for Human Rights
Basic Stance on Human Rights      
Initiatives to raise human rights awareness      
└ Number of entries in diversity & human rights slogan contest 521 608 210
└ Human Rights Awareness Promotion Committee
└ Number of headquarters committee members 11 10 12
└ By department / region 18 18 17
Compliance
Compliance Promotion Structure      
Number of responsible persons for compliance / persons in charge of compliance 143 139 136
Number of meetings of responsible persons for compliance / persons in charge of compliance Semiannually Semiannually Semiannually
Compliance Training      
List of training sessions      
└ Groupwide sessions      
└ Times held Once a year Once a year Once a year
└ Number of participants 5,003 5,376 5,870
└ Divisional sessions      
└ Times held Once a year Once a year Once a year
└ Number of participants 4,889 5,385 5,888
└ Top management seminars      
└ Times held Once a year Once a year Once a year
└ Number of participants 15 14 15
└ New employee training      
└ Times held Twice a year Twice a year Twice a year
└ Number of participants April: 29
August: 15 (MRs only)
April: 70
August: 35 (MRs only)
April: 78
August: 40 (MRs only)
└ Compliance and risk management check      
└ Times held Twice a year Twice a year Twice a year
└ Number of participants July: 5,049
February: 4,876
July: 5,300
February: 5,137
July: 5,730
February: 5,370
Hotlines      
Number of hotline consultations      
└ Workplace environment 17 9 13
└ Working condition / human resources 4 2 6
└ Embezzlement / misappropriation 1 0 0
└ Laws, regulations, rules 10 4 7
└ Other 5 7 5
└ Total 37 22 31
Risk Management
Risk Management Associated with Business Activities      
Number of meetings of Risk Management Committee Twice a year Twice a year Generally twice a year

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Environment

Item Data
FY2019 FY2018 FY2017
Environmental Management
ISO 14001 Certifications      
Number of sites with ISO 14001 certification      
└ Domestic 2 2 2
└ Overseas 3 3 3
Medium-Term Environmental Action Plan and Results      
Rate of reduction in CO2 emissions in comparison with benchmark year (vs. fiscal 2010)      
└ Domestic 47% 40% 37%
└ Global 40% 32% 29%
Fluorocarbons      
└ Amount of fluorocarbon destroyed (Domestic) 1,989kg 417kg 855kg
└ Amount of leakage (Domestic) 22kg
(40 tons-CO2eq)
118kg
(350 tons-CO2eq)
365kg
(759 tons-CO2eq)
Rate of reduction in amount of waste generated in comparison with the previous fiscal year (Domestic) 1.6% 53% -106%
Final waste disposal rate (Domestic) 0.72% 0.59% 0.37%
Rate of reduction in water usage in comparison with benchmark year (vs. fiscal 2010)      
└ Domestic 32% 45% 39%
└ Global 34% 46% 41%
Rate of reduction in chemical substances emissions in comparison with the previous fiscal year      
└ PRTR substances (vs. previous fiscal year) 57% 5% 44%
└ VOCs (excluding PRTR substances) (vs. previous fiscal year) 13% 4% 21%
Rate of reduction in toluene emissions (vs. fiscal 2010) 76% 32% 34%
Number of group worksites for which environmental audits were conducted      
└ Domestic 5 6 6
└ Overseas 1 3 1
Environmental-related accidents/problems, and status of environmental-related legal and regulatory compliance      
Number of environmental accidents 0 0 0
Amount of environmental misconduct fines 0 yen 0 yen 0 yen
Environmental Accounting      
Environmental conservation costs      
Invested      
└ Pollution prevention 106 million yen 32 million yen 56 million yen
└ Global environmental protection 2 million yen 0 million yen 0 million yen
└ Recycling and reuse of resources 0 million yen 0 million yen 0 million yen
└ Upstream and downstream activities 0 million yen 0 million yen 0 million yen
└ Administrative activities 0 million yen 0 million yen 0 million yen
└ Research and development 0 million yen 0 million yen 0 million yen
└ Community activities 0 million yen 0 million yen 0 million yen
└ Environmental damage compensation 0 million yen 1 million yen 0 million yen
└ Total 108 million yen 33 million yen 56 million yen
Expended      
└ Pollution prevention 293 million yen 307 million yen 305 million yen
└ Global environmental protection 10 million yen 66 million yen 52 million yen
└ Recycling and reuse of resources 153 million yen 166 million yen 175 million yen
└ Upstream and downstream activities 0 million yen 5 million yen 21 million yen
└ Administrative activities 162 million yen 160 million yen 163 million yen
└ Research and development 0 million yen 0 million yen 0 million yen
└ Community activities 0.5 million yen 0 million yen 1 million yen
└ Environmental damage compensation 10 million yen 9 million yen 9 million yen
└ Total 629 million yen 713 million yen 725 million yen
Environmental Conservation Effects      
Global environmental protection      
└ Greenhouse gas emission reduction 367 tons-CO2eq 557 tons-CO2eq 138 tons-CO2eq
└ New boiler installed beside a steam-heated building (Yokohama Site)      
└ Invested 78 million yen
└ Quantity reduced (Item reduced: City gas) 306 tons-CO2eq
└ Economic effect 16 million yen
└ Energy-saving equipment installed in new building (Onoda Plant)      
└ Invested 17 million yen
└ Quantity reduced(Item reduced: Electric power) 61 tons-CO2eq
└ Economic effect 1.3 million yen
Environmental Performance Overview
Overview of Environmental Impact
Input
Energy      
└ Domestic 90,566 MWh 95,230 MWh 97,455 MWh
└ Overseas 24,007 MWh 23,413 MWh 21,278 MWh
└ Global 114,573 MWh 118,643 MWh 118,733 MWh
Gases      
└ Domestic 7,230,000 m3 7,522,000 m3 7,623,000 m3
└ Overseas 1,721,000 m3 2,047,000 m3 2,208,000 m3
└ Global 8,951,000 m3 9,569,000 m3 9,831,000 m3
Petroleum      
└ Domestic 4,096 kL 4,522 kL 4,761 kL
└ Overseas 57 kL 62 kL 63 kL
└ Global 4,153 kL 4,584 kL 4,824 kL
Thermal equivalent      
└ Domestic 1,361,000 GJ 1,436,000 GJ 1,467,000 GJ
└ Overseas 319,000 GJ 323,000 GJ 307,000 GJ
└ Global 1,680,000 GJ 1,759,000 GJ 1,774,000 GJ
Water      
Supplied water / Industrial water      
└ Domestic 5,157,000 m3 4,269,000 m3 4,762,000 m3
└ Overseas 89,000 m3 106,000 m3 88,000 m3
└ Global 5,246,000 m3 4,375,000 m3 4,850,000 m3
Fresh surface water (lakes, rivers, etc.)      
└ Domestic 728,000 m3 513,000 m3 440,000 m3
└ Overseas 0 m3 0 m3 0 m3
└ Global 728,000 m3 513,000 m3 440,000 m3
Groundwater      
└ Domestic 46,000 m3 10,000 m3 70,000 m3
└ Overseas 12,000 m3 15,000 m3 14,000 m3
└ Global 58,000 m3 25,000 m3 84,000 m3
Chemical Substances      
PRTR substances      
└ Domestic 86 tons 144 tons 142 tons
└ Overseas 1 tons 1 tons 1 tons
└ Global 87 tons 145 tons 143 tons
VOCs (excluding PRTR substances)      
└ Domestic 936 tons 833 tons 1,241 tons
└ Overseas 20 tons 23 tons 26 tons
└ Global 956 tons 856 tons 1,267 tons
Output
Atmospheric Emissions      
Greenhouse gases      
└ Domestic 71,000 tons-CO2eq 80,000 tons-CO2eq 86,000 tons-CO2eq
└ Overseas 15,000 tons-CO2eq 16,000 tons-CO2eq 16,000 tons-CO2eq
└ Global 85,000 tons-CO2eq 96,000 tons-CO2eq 102,000 tons-CO2eq
NOx      
└ Domestic 7.4 tons 12.2 tons 17.0 tons
└ Overseas 1.5 tons 2.1 tons 1.8 tons
└ Global 8.9 tons 14.3 tons 18.8 tons
SOx      
└ Domestic 3.0 tons 3.2 tons 6.0 tons
└ Overseas 0.3 tons 0.3 tons 0.4 tons
└ Global 3.3 tons 3.5 tons 6.4 tons
Particulate matter      
└ Domestic 0.09 tons 0.15 tons 0.27 tons
└ Overseas 0.03 tons 0.02 tons 0.04 tons
└ Global 0.12 tons 0.17 tons 0.31 tons
PRTR substances      
└ Domestic 1.2 tons 3.2 tons 3.3 tons
└ Overseas 0.0 tons 0.0 tons 0.0 tons
└ Global 1.2 tons 3.2 tons 3.3 tons
VOCs (excluding PRTR substances)      
└ Domestic 27.5 tons 32.1 tons 35.4 tons
└ Overseas 15.7 tons 7.5 tons 3.4 tons
└ Global 43.2 tons 39.6 tons 38.8 tons
Wastewater      
Wastewater output      
└ Domestic 5,555,000 m3 4,637,000 m3 5,276,000 m3
└ Overseas 67,000 m3 68,000 m3 67,000 m3
└ Global 5,622,000 m3 4,705,000 m3 5,342,000 m3
BOD pollution load      
└ Domestic 8.6 tons 8.4 tons 8.9 tons
└ Overseas 0.1 tons 0.0 tons 0.0 tons
└ Global 8.6 tons 8.4 tons 8.9 tons
COD pollution load      
└ Domestic 13.4 tons 10.2 tons 34.9 tons
└ Overseas 0.2 tons 0.1 tons 0.0 tons
└ Global 13.6 tons 10.3 tons 34.9 tons
Nitrogen      
└ Domestic 5.9 tons 5.2 tons 21.7 tons
└ Overseas 0.02 tons 0.01 tons 0.03 tons
└ Global 5.9 tons 5.2 tons 21.7 tons
Phosphorus      
└ Domestic 0.4 tons 0.3 tons 0.9 tons
└ Overseas 0.0 tons 0.0 tons 0.0 tons
└ Global 0.4 tons 0.3 tons 0.9 tons
PRTR substances      
└ Domestic 0.4 tons 0.5 tons 0.6 tons
└ Overseas 0.2 tons 0.0 tons 0.0 tons
└ Global 0.6 tons 0.5 tons 0.6 tons
VOCs (excluding PRTR substances)      
└ Domestic 12.3 tons 13.8 tons 13.0 tons
└ Overseas 0.7 tons 7.9 tons 0.0 tons
└ Global 12.9 tons 21.7 tons 13.0 tons
Waste      
Waste output
└ Domestic 5,665 tons 5,768 tons 12,230 tons
└ Overseas 842 tons 783 tons 700 tons
└ Global 6,506 tons 6,551 tons 12,930 tons
Emissions
└ Domestic 2,375 tons 2,385 tons 3,946 tons
└ Overseas 815 tons 764 tons 656 tons
└ Global 3,190 tons 3,149 tons 4,603 tons
Final disposal
└ Domestic 41 tons 34 tons 45 tons
└ Overseas 361 tons 350 tons 467 tons
└ Global 402 tons 384 tons 512 tons
Climate Change Initiatives
Reduction of Greenhouse Gas Emissions      
Greenhouse gas emissions (from bases, Company-owned vehicles, and leaked fluorocarbons)
└ Domestic 71,000 tons-CO2eq 80,000 tons-CO2eq 86,000 tons-CO2eq
└ Overseas 15,000 tons-CO2eq 16,000 tons-CO2eq 16,000 tons-CO2eq
└ Global 85,000 tons-CO2eq 96,000 tons-CO2eq 102,000 tons-CO2eq
Unit value of greenhouse gas emissions (from bases, Company-owned vehicles, and leaked fluorocarbons)
└ Global 224 tons-CO2eq
/1 billion yen
226 tons-CO2eq
/1 billion yen
233 tons-CO2eq
/1 billion yen
CO2 emissions (energy from bases)
└ Domestic 66,000 tons-CO2 75,000 tons-CO2 80,000 tons-CO2
└ Overseas 15,000 tons-CO2 16,000 tons-CO2 16,000 tons-CO2
└ Global 81,000 tons-CO2 91,000 tons-CO2 96,000 tons-CO2
Rate of reduction in CO2 emissions (energy from bases) (vs. fiscal 2010)
└ Domestic 47% 40% 36%
└ Global 40% 32% 29%
Rate of reduction in energy used (energy from bases) (vs. previous fiscal year)
└ Domestic 4.8% 1.8% 7.7%
└ Overseas 1.2% -5.3% -8.9%
└ Global 4.1% 0.5% 5.1%
FY2019 supply chain greenhouse gas emissions rate
└ Scope 1 4.4% 5.3% 5.5%
└ Scope 2 7.8% 9.9% 10.0%
└ Scope 3, category 1 76.5% 78.3% 78.9%
└ Scope 3, category 2 8.1% 3.9% 2.7%
└ Scope 3, other 3.2% 2.8% 3.0%
Scope 1 Greenhouse gas emissions
└ From domestic base fuel use 22,700 tons-CO2eq 23,800 tons-CO2eq 24,500 tons-CO2eq
└ From Company-owned vehicle fuel use 4,200 tons-CO2eq 4,700 tons-CO2eq 5,200 tons-CO2eq
└ From domestic base leakage of fluorocarbons 40 tons-CO2eq 300 tons-CO2eq 800 tons-CO2eq
└ From overseas base fuel use 4,000 tons-CO2eq 4,500 tons-CO2eq 5,400 tons-CO2eq
└ Total 30,940 tons-CO2eq 33,400 tons-CO2eq 35,800 tons-CO2eq
Scope 2 Greenhouse gas emissions
└ From domestic base fuel use 43,700 tons-CO2eq 51,400 tons-CO2eq 55,100 tons-CO2eq
└ From overseas base purchases of electricity 11,300 tons-CO2eq 11,100 tons-CO2eq 10,300 tons-CO2eq
└ Total 55,000 tons-CO2eq 62,400 tons-CO2eq 65,300 tons-CO2eq
Scope 3 Greenhouse gas emissions
└ Category 1
(Purchased goods and services)
540,640 tons-CO2eq 495,570 tons-CO2eq 517,340 tons-CO2eq
└ Category 2
(Capital goods)
57,350 tons-CO2eq 24,430 tons-CO2eq 17,500 tons-CO2eq
└ Category 3
(Fuel and energy related activities not included in Scope 1 or 2)
14,490 tons-CO2eq 10,060 tons-CO2eq 10,270 tons-CO2eq
└ Category 4
(Upstream transportation and distribution)
2,390 tons-CO2eq 2,560 tons-CO2eq 3,330 tons-CO2eq
└ Category 5
(Waste generated in operations)
2,070 tons-CO2eq 2,500 tons-CO2eq 3,290 tons-CO2eq
└ Category 6
(Business travel)
910 tons-CO2eq 940 tons-CO2eq 930 tons-CO2eq
└ Category 7
(Employee commuting)
2,120 tons-CO2eq 980 tons-CO2eq 1,170 tons-CO2eq
└ Category 12
(End-of-life treatment of sold products)
390 tons-CO2eq 410 tons-CO2eq 440 tons-CO2eq
Reduction of energy consumption      
Domestic base energy used 1,229 thousand GJ 1,365 thousand GJ 1,390 thousand GJ
Domestic Company-owned vehicle fuel used 62 thousand GJ 70 thousand GJ 78 thousand GJ
Overseas base energy used 319 thousand GJ 323 thousand GJ 307 thousand GJ
Company-Owned Vehicle Operation      
Number of Company-owned vehicles 1,709 1,831 1,969
└ Hybrid vehicles 1,145 1,288 1,451
└ CO2 emissions from the fuel of Company-owned vehicles 4,165 tons-CO2 4,724 tons-CO2 5,210 tons-CO2
└ Rate of reduction in CO2 emissions from the fuel of Company-owned vehicles (vs. previous fiscal year) 11.8% 9.3% 7.8%
Addressing Water Security
Reduction of Water Withdrawal      
Water Withdrawal
└ Domestic water withdrawal (production and research bases, offices) 5,931,000 m3 4,792,000 m3 5,273,000 m3
└ Overseas water withdrawal (production and research bases) 101,000 m3 121,000 m3 102,000 m3
└ Rate of change of domestic water withdrawal (vs FY2010) 68% 55% 60%
└ Rate of change of global water withdrawal (vs. FY2010) 66% 54% 59%
Breakdown of water withdrawal (Domestic)
└ City water/Industrial water 5,157,000 m3 4,269,000 m3 4,762,000 m3
└ Fresh surface water (lakes, rivers, etc.) 728,000 m3 513,000 m3 440,000 m3
└ Groundwater 46,000 m3 10,000 m3 70,000 m3
Breakdown of water withdrawal (overseas)
└ City water/Industrial water 89,000 m3 106,000 m3 88,000 m3
└ Fresh surface water (lakes, rivers, etc.) 0 m3 0 m3 0 m3
└ Groundwater 12,000 m3 15,000 m3 14,000 m3
Reduction of Waste, Recycling and Reuse of Resources
Reduction of Waste Emissions      
Amount of waste generation and emissions (Domestic)
└ Waste generation 5,665 tons 5,770 tons 12,230 tons
└ Waste emissions 2,375 tons 2,390 tons 3,950 tons
Amount of final waste disposed (Domestic)
└ Amount of final disposal 41 tons 34 tons 45 tons
└ Final waste disposal rate 0.72% 0.59% 0.37%
└ Disposal rate target 0.5% 0.5% 0.5%
Prevention of Environmental Pollution
Air Pollutant Emissions      
Air pollutant emissions (Domestic)
└ NOx 7.4 tons 12.2 tons 17.0 tons
└ SOx 3.0 tons 3.2 tons 6.0 tons
└ Particulate matter 0.1 tons 0.2 tons 0.3 tons
Water Pollution      
Environmental impact on public water bodies (Domestic)
└ BOD 8.6 tons 8.4 tons 8.9 tons
└ COD 13.4 tons 10.2 tons 34.9 tons
└ Nitrogen 5.9 tons 5.2 tons 21.7 tons
└ Phosphorus 0.4 tons 0.3 tons 0.9 tons
PRTR Substances and VOC      
Emission of PRTR (Domestic)
└ Amount of PRTR Class I designated chemical substances handled 86 tons 144 tons 142 tons
└ Air emissions of PRTR Class I designated chemical substances 1.2 tons 3.2 tons 3.3 tons
└ Public water emissions of PRTR Class I designated chemical substances 0.4 tons 0.5 tons 0.6 tons
Emission of VOC (excluding PRTR) (Domestic)
└ Amount of VOCs (Excluding PRTR regulated substances) handled 936 tons 833 tons 1,241 tons
└ Air emissions of VOCs (Excluding PRTR regulated substances) 27.5 tons 32 tons 35 tons
└ Public water emissions of VOCs (Excluding PRTR regulated substances) 12.3 tons 14 tons 13 tons
Emission of Toluene (Domestic)
└ Emissions to the air 0.9 tons 2.5 tons 2.4 tons
└ Emissions to public water bodies 0.0 tons 0.0 tons 0.0 tons
└ Emissions change rate (vs. FY2010) 24% 68% 65%
└ Change rate target value 70% 70% 70%

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Society

Together with Patients and Healthcare Professionals

Item Data
FY2019 FY2018 FY2017
Manufacturing and Supply Chain
Stable Supply of Pharmaceuticals      
Mitsubishi Tanabe Pharma Group's manufacturing plants
└ Domestic 2 2 3
└ Overseas 4 4 4
Information Provision
MR's Responsibility: Collecting Data and Providing Information to Medical Institutions      
Number of general and specialized medical representatives (MRs) (Domestic Group) Approx. 1,500 Approx. 1,500 Approx. 1,500
Number of general and specialized medical representatives (MRs) (Overseas Group) Approx. 580 Approx. 600
Information provision through website      
Number of health support site visitors 1,036 916
Providing Comprehensive Information through the Medical Information Center      
Number of inquiries to the Medical Information Center* 51,899 61,859 74,023

*The number of inquiries decreased since the sales of some products were relegated to other companies in fiscal 2018. The Company Q&A website is receiving an increasing number of hits.

Drug Safety / Quality Assurance
Pharmaceutical Safety Training      
Pharmaceutical safety training (All Employees, including executive officers) Once a year Once a year Once a year
Solving Issues Related to Improving Access to Healthcare
Promotion of R&D      
Participation in the Global Health Innovative Technology Fund

Together with Employees

Item Data
FY2019 FY2018 FY2017
Human Resources Development
Basic Human Resources Policy      
Number of employees (as of March 31)      
└ Consolidated 6,987 7,228 7,187
└ Unconsolidated 3,764 4,111 4,222
└ Men 2,840 3,107 3,232
└ Women 924 1,004 990
Number of new graduates hired
*Entering company on April 1 of following year
14 29 63
└ Men 7 15 30
└ Women 7 14 33
Number of mid-career employees hired 19 27 36
└ Men 13 21 35
└ Women 6 6 1
Number of temporary employees
*Group (Domestic)
132 133 252
Average age of employees 46.0 45.9 44.9
Average years of continuous service for employees 21.8 20.7 19.8
Employee turnover rate (voluntary turnover only)
*Group (Domestic)
3.63% 1.79% 1.14%
Enhancing Personnel Training      
In-house group training average time per year (Domestic) 2.7 3.4
OJTO: On the job training overseas 0 5 4
Promoting Diversity
Actively Utilizing Diverse Human Resources      
Number of employees by region      
└ Japan 4,769 5,112 5,233
└ North America 763 687 525
└ EMEA (Europe, Middle East, Africa) 216 217 191
└ Asia / Oceania 1,239 1,212 1,238
Percentage of female employees with subsection managers or higher or in management positions(as of April 1)      
└ Subsection managers or higher 16.5% 16.4% 15.1%
└ Management positions 9.2% 8.5% 7.8%
Percentage of female employees 23.2% 32.3% 20.2%
Number of temporary employees
*Group (Domestic)
132 133 252
Supporting Active Careers for People with Disabilities      
Employment rate of people with disabilities 2.22% 2.12% 2.08%
Supporting Diverse Working Styles      
Utilization of leave and shorter workdays for childcare
*Group (Domestic)
     
└ Childcare leave 166 277 100
└ Men 125 232 50
└ Women 41 45 50
└ Shorter workdays for childcare 128 122 121
Utilization of leave and shorter workdays for nursing care
*Group (Domestic)
     
└ Nursing-care leave 2 0 2
└ Shorter workdays for nursing care 2 2 0
Usage of paid vacation days
*Group (Domestic)
└ Average number of days used 15.4 14.5 13.1
└ Average rate of use 72% 68% 61%
Building Sound Labor-Management Relations      
Percentage of employees with right to collective bargaining (as of March 31) *Group (Domestic) 73.5% 72.3% 77.8%
Occupational Health and Safety
Occupational Health and Safety Initiatives      
Lost time injury frequency rate (LTIFR) (Domestic)      
└ Mitsubishi Tanabe Pharma Group 0.45 0.10 0.29
└ (Reference) Pharmaceutical industry average 1.06 0.93 0.79
└ (Reference) Manufacturing industry average 1.20 1.20 1.02
└ Contractor 0.00 0.00 0.00
Industrial accident severity rate*1 0.012028 0.000085 0.0044
Number of deaths due to industrial accidents 0 0 0
Occupational illness frequency rate (OIFR) *Group (Domestic) 0.00 0.00 0.00
Percentage receiving health examinations 99.3% 99.1% 99.3%
Percentage receiving stress checks 96.2% 96.6% 95.8%
Employee Survey      
Frequency of conducting survey Once a year Once a year Once a year
└ Number of responses 4,845 5,121 5,297
└ Response rate 96.60% 95.30% 94.0%
  • *1Industrial accident severity rate: Indicator that shows the degree of seriousness of industrial accidents by using the number of working days lost due to industrial accidents per 1,000 hours worked (Higher numbers indicate more severe accidents)

Together with the Local Community

Item Data
FY2019 FY2018 FY2017
Contributions to Medical Care and Welfare
Support for Patients with Intractable Diseases and their Families      
Number of organizations supported by Mitsubishi Tanabe Pharma’s Tenohira Partner Program 15 21 17
Amount of monetary support 10 million yen 10 million yen 10 million yen
Contributing to Developing Countries      
TABLE FOR TWO(TFT)      
└ Number of meals contributed from the TFT menu 5,226 meals 5,643 meals 5,799 meals
└ Number of meals contributed from TFT vending machines 9,775 meals 6,593 meals 994 meals
Participating in vaccine support activities      
└ Amount of contributions
*Matching donations from Company included from FY2017
187,222 yen 289,982 yen 446,112 yen
└ Polio vaccine (estimate) 9,361 doses 14,500 doses 22,306 doses
Development of Science and Technology
Support for Research Foundations      
Grants of the SENSHIN Medical Research Foundation      
Grants for pharmacopsychiatry research      
└ Basic research      
└ Number of projects 20 20 20
└ Amount 20 million yen 20 million yen 20 million yen
└ Aid for young researchers      
└ Number of projects 10 10 10
└ Amount 10 million yen 10 million yen 10 million yen
└ Ongoing aid for young researchers      
└ Number of projects 1 1 1
└ Amount 1 million yen 1 million yen 1 million yen
└ Financial aid for education abroad      
└ Number of projects 2 2 2
└ Amount 10 million yen 10 million yen 10 million yen
Grants for hematological research      
└ Basic research      
└ Number of projects 20 20 20
└ Amount 20 million yen 20 million yen 20 million yen
└ Aid for young researchers      
└ Number of projects 10 10 10
└ Amount 10 million yen 10 million yen 10 million yen
└ Ongoing aid for young researchers      
└ Number of projects 1 1 1
└ Amount 1 million yen 1 million yen 1 million yen
└ Financial aid for education abroad      
└ Number of projects 2 2 2
└ Amount 10 million yen 10 million yen 10 million yen
Grants for circulatory research      
└ Basic research      
└ Number of projects 20 22 20
└ Amount 20 million yen 22 million yen 20 million yen
└ Aid for young researchers      
└ Number of projects 10 10 10
└ Amount 10 million yen 10 million yen 10 million yen
└ Ongoing aid for young researchers      
└ Number of projects 1 1 1
└ Amount 1 million yen 1 million yen 1 million yen
└ Financial aid for education abroad      
└ Number of projects 2 2 2
└ Amount 10 million yen 10 million yen 10 million yen
Grants for advanced research      
└ Number of projects 1 1 1
└ Amount 10 million yen 10 million yen 10 million yen
└ Total      
└ Number of projects 100 102 100
└ Amount 13.3 million yen 13.5 million yen 13.3 million yen
Grants of the Japan Foundation for Applied Enzymology      
└ Grants for enzyme research      
└ Number of projects 30 30 30
└ Amount 22.5 million yen 22.5 million yen 22.5 million yen
Aid for young researchers      
└ Researchers focused on determining causes and conditions of adult onset diseases      
└ Number of projects 43 39 42
└ Amount 14.8 million yen 15 million yen 15 million yen
└ Researchers focused on vascular biology innovation      
└ Number of projects 22 23 22
└ Amount 10.5 million yen 10.5 million yen 10.5 million yen
└ Research grants for elucidating the cause and pathology of systemic inflammation diseases      
└ Number of projects 11 10 10
└ Amount 11 million yen 10 million yen 10 million yen
└ Front runner of future diabetes research      
└ Number of projects 29 30 25
└ Amount 15 million yen 15 million yen 15 million yen
└ Total      
└ Number of projects 135 132 129
└ Amount 73.8 million yen 73 million yen 73 million yen
Promotion of Local Communities
Number of visitors to Historical Museum 6,152 6,322 6,446
Number of visitors to the Yoshitomi Summer Festival 910 2,211 2,126
Others
Amount of donations related to social contribution 1,063 million yen 1,058 million yen 1,153 million yen
Number of people taking days off for volunteer activities 20 15 13

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