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ACE is a Japanese nongovernmental organization that strives for “a world where children and youth can shape their own lives and build a society they want to live in,” by solving social issues to that end.

Since our establishment in 1997, we have focused on the issue of child labor, involving an estimated 152 million children globally (as of 2017), and specifically the cacao industry in Ghana and the cotton industry in India. We facilitate collaboration between communities, corporations and consumers to eradicate child labor together.

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