Pastor Megumi Ono shares her dream for Kushimoto Town, the home of Mustard Seed Chapel.
Megumi Ono, President of "Dream Share Group”
"My Dream for Our Town Kushimoto"
-An attractive town with "security, hope and purpose of our life-
(1) Making our town to be able to have peace in an aging society with a declining birthrate.
- Aim to introduce and practice 24-hour home medical care.
- Building palliative care to address physical, mental, social, and spiritual needs.
- I will make social welfare more fullfilling than ever, especially for people with disabilities, the elderly, single parents, the dignity of women, and those who are unfairly discriminated against.
(2) Raise awareness of voluntary disaster prevention and create more a safe community
- Training in neighborhood groups, stockpiling, and establishing a cooperative system for emergency
- Community support culture (Tonarigumi) beyond the family.
(3) Establish a school education that values individuality and gives hope
and purpose to life.
- Children are not evaluated only by the deviation value, but encouraged to have big dreams and supported so that they can develop their strengths.
- Enhance lifelong education to extend healthy life expectancy for the elderly.
4) Making our town where young families want to live here.
- Making a community that values health, welfare and education.
- Proposals for new projects, creating attractive jobs
- Sea station: Enriching the sea tourism and leisure, enriching the sea town
- Create a fisheries course in addition to the regular course at Kushimoto High School
- Raise the salary of caregivers and improve more valuable services.