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Laos

Aiming to achieve the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) by 2015 and to graduate from the status as one of least-developed countries (LDCs) by 2020, Laos has grown its economy at a remarkable rate in recent years, with an average of eight percent GDP growth rate over the past five years and a per capita nominal GDP of over 1,000 dollars. Nevertheless, providing access to social services remains difficult in rural areas, and MDGs in the areas of health and education are in danger of not being able to be achieved. As led by ASEAN, from the perspective of economic integration, strengthening connectivity, and correcting disparities within the region, JICA is providing support for balanced economic development that the government of Laos aims for. For Laos, located in the center of the Indochina, JICA is focusing on socioeconomic infrastructure, agricultural development and forest conservation, educational environment and human resource training, and improved health care services.

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JICA Laos Office
Address
SIHOM COMMERCE CENTER BUILDING 3rd Floor, Building No. 006 Souphanuvong Avenue, Ban Sihom, Chanthabouly District, Vientiane City, LAO P.D.R.
(JICA Laos Office P.O.Box 3933, Vientiane, LAO P.D.R.)

What's New (JICA Laos Office)

September 10, 2014 Employment Opportunities
June 23, 2014 Signing Ceremony for the Record of Discussions for "The Project for Urban Water Environment Improvement in Vientiane Capital" and Record of Discussion For Technical Cooperation Project on "The Project for Human Resource Development in the Legal Sector (Phase 2)"
June 12, 2014 The Second Joint Coordinating Committee (JCC) Meeting held for the Project for Urban Development Management in Vientiane Capital and AUN/SEED-Net Joint Review Committee Meeting in Laos
June 6, 2014 Fourth Joint Coordinating Committee Meeting held for the Project on Riverbank Protection Works Phase II
May 26, 2014 Press Release

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