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Brazil

One of the world's greatest economic scale, Brazil is also a country with one of the greatest disparities in income in the world. With a vast land area and magnificent natural features such as the Amazon tropical rain forest, Brazil has such diverse and abundant natural resources as minerals and energy sources, and global prominence in such agricultural products as grain and meat. Brazil has a large presence that may affect on global issues such as the environment and climate change, resources and energy, and food security. JICA's support to Brazil is primarily focused on: 1)urban issues and management of environment and disaster risks, and 2) triangular cooperation.

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JICA Brazil Office
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Alameda Santos, 700 Ed. Trianon Corporate 15° andar, Cerqueira César CEP 01.418-100 São Paulo - SP

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What's New

July 1, 2019 JICA Brazil Office
March 27, 2018 NGO-JICA Japan Desk

News & Features

April 1, 2020 Signing of Loan Agreement for “Distributed Solar Power Generation System Project” in Brazil (Private Sector Investment Finance): Teaming Up with Brazil's Largest Credit Union Alliance to Promote Solar Power
April 1, 2020 Signing of loan agreement for sustainable forest industry support project in Brazil (Private Sector Investment and Finance): First co-financing with IDB Invest
December 17, 2019 Signing of Record of Discussions on Technical Cooperation Project with Brazil: Support for combating illegal deforestation using advanced technologies
November 1, 2018 Their Majesties the Emperor and Empress of Japan Talk Informally With Returned JOCVs and an NJV
October 1, 2018 JICA Experts, Back in Japan, Are Granted an Audience with Their Imperial Highnesses Prince and Princess Akishino, Princess Mako and Princess Kako

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