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Activities in Vietnam

Citizen Participation

About JICA Partnership Program

photoTraining at Chiba Prefecture Sewage Plant

JICA Partnership Program (JPP) was introduced in 2002 to support and cooperate with the implementation of projects formulated by Japanese NGOs, Japanese local governments, Japanese universities and public corporations to utilize their accumulated knowledge and experience in assistance activities for developing countries. Priorities are on technical cooperation, which directly affects the achievement of better quality of life/income generation in developing countries as well as contributes to enhance the understanding/ participation of Japanese citizens in international cooperation. Community development, healthcare, natural resource conservation for its sustainable use are examples of prioritized area.

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List of On-going JPP Projects in Vietnam

As of November 2009

Sector Project title Implementing agency Duration
Agriculture/rural DevelopmentParticipatory Dissemination of Agro-Waste Charcoal Production and Multipurpose Charcoal Use TechnologiesTokyo University of Agriculture and Technology Jul.2008 –
Support for people with disabilitiesThe Project of Developing Educational Program for Children with Intellectual Disabilities to Raise the School Attendance Rate at Primary School in VietnamRitsumeikan UniversityAug. 2008 -
Jul. 2011
Environment ManagementThe Project on Support for Building a Recycle-oriented System Involving Local Residents in Halong Bay AreaThe Osaka Prefecture UniversityOct. 2009 -
Oct. 2012
Water Resource/ Disaster Prevention Safe Water and Nutrition Project through Capacity Build-up of Local Authorities in Vietnam (Phase 2) International Life Sciences Institute JapanNew
Project for Capacity Building for School Centered Community-based Disaster Risk Management in Central VietnamGraduate School of Global Environmental Studies, Kyoto UniversityNew
Agriculture/Rural Development(Income Generation)Capacity Building for Market-oriented Economy in Agricultural Cooperative Coc Thanh as a Typical Model of Village Development in the Red River Delta (PDF/319KB)Japan Association for Vietnamese Studies Apr. 2008 -
Mar. 2011
Environment ManagementFukuoka International Environmental Management Program (Young Public Officials) (PDF/225KB)Fukuoka PrefectureApr. 2007-
Mar. 2010
Environment ManagementCombating Global Warming through the Achievement of Environmental Protection-Oriented SocietyCITYNETApr. 2007-
Mar. 2010
Environment Management Strengthening Capacity in Operation and Management Works at Sewerage Treatment Facilities and Water Environment Enlightenment in Hanoi Chiba PrefectureApr. 2007-
Mar. 2010
GovernanceKagawa-esque international Cooperation Project, Vietnam, Hai Phong City General Administration Staff Development Program (PDF/79KB)Kagawa PrefectureApr. 2007-
Mar. 2010
Environment ManagementPlan and Operation of the Program to Promote Awareness for 3R of Solid Waste (Naha City Model)The Okinawa Citizen’s Recycle MovementApr. 2008 -
Mar. 2011
Public Sector DevelopmentDevelopment of a model curriculum, teaching methods, materials and tools to teach Micro-controller based manufacturing techniques in order to satisfy user needsChiba Prefectural Board of EducationApr.2009 -
Environment ManagementEnvironmental Improvement activities through Cleaner ProductionKitakyushu International Techno-cooperative Association (KITA)Apr.2009 -
Mar. 2012
Health CareIntegrated Child Development Program in Yen Bai Province
Save the Children JapanNew
Health CareProject for Dialogues on Inclusion: Together for Health and  Overcoming Adversity and Isolation (DOI THOAI Project for people living with HIV)Care International JapanNew
Water Resource/ Disaster PreventionIntegrated Approach to the Vulnerable to Cope with Natural Disasters in Central VietnamSEEDS AsiaNew


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