to improve the health of people
and to build the peace of their family and society
by the personality, ability, and specialization of the people,
not limited to medical person
What is “Barefoot Doctors”?
“Barefoot Doctors” were a major inspiration
to the primary health care movement
leading up to the conference in Alma-Ata,
the former Soviet Republic of Kanakhstan in 1978.
These health workers lived in the comunity they served,
focused on prevention rather than cures
while combining western and traditional medicines
to educate people and provide basic treatment.
– Bulletin of the World Health Organization
Representative of Barefoot Doctors Group
Doctor(Anesthesiology/Critical Care/General Practice/International Health/Disaster Medicine/Emergency Humanitarian Medical Aid)
Facillitator of PCAT( Primary Care for All Team ) project in Japan Primary Care Association for support from TSUNAMI Disaster at East Japan.
Manager of the project of minor ethnic support with Nippon foundation and Myanmar Medical Association.
Outline of Organization
Barefoot Doctors OKINAWA
Mother and Child Care Support（母子支援）
Barefoot Doctors Myanmar
Primary Health Care（プライマリヘルスケア）
Research and Enlightenment（研究および啓発活動）