What is the scope of the International Chodiev Foundation's work?
The activity of the International Chodiev Foundation is focused on three main areas:
• Support for educational projects, namely, the collaboration with the Moscow State Institute of International Relations (MGIMO). More information is available here.
• Support for social projects, assistance to special-needs children, medical institutions and low-income families. More information is available here.
• Support for arts and projects in the field of preservation of cultural heritage, in particular: the strengthening of Russian-Japanese relations; organization of J-Fest, an annual festival of Japanese culture in Russia; the preservation of the unique collection of kimonos by Itchiku Kubota and support of Itchiku Kubota Museum in Japan. More information is available here.
In which countries does the International Chodiev Foundation operate?
The International Chodiev Foundation is currently working on projects in Central Asia (Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan), the Russian Federation, Ukraine and Japan. The project map is available here
Is there support for educational projects other than MGIMO University?
At the moment, ICF supports educational projects that are carried out only in cooperation with MGIMO University.
How are the projects selected?
The selection and approval of projects is carried out by the Board of the International Chodiev Foundation.
Can I send an application to the International Chodiev Foundation to support a project?
In order to find out if support for your project / request is possible, please contact the representatives of the Foundation at this link. Please note that the ICF’s Board only accepts applications in the three areas of the Foundation’s activities indicated here
Where are the ICF’s offices located?
Representative offices of the Foundation are located in Moscow in the Russian Federation and in Tashkent in Uzbekistan.
How can I send a media enquiry to the ICF?