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Costa Rica

The GNI per capita of Costa Rica is US $8,740 (2012,World Bank), and its Human Development Index is 0.773 (2012,UNDP), both second in Central America following Panama, though income disparity has expanded in recent years such that fewer people can enjoy the benefits of economic growth. Costa Rica is well known for some of the world's richest biodiversity in spite of its limited land space, and the government is proactively taking steps to balance economic growth and environment conservation.

Given these circumstances, JICA has provided assistance for environmental issues, including measures against Climate Change; for promoting industrial sector, targeting on small and medium-sized enterprises; and for the socially vulnerable such as residents in impoverished regions and the people with disabilities.

Office Information
JICA Costa Rica Office
Oficentro Ejecutivo del Mall San Pedro. 6to piso. San pedro de Montes de Oca.
San José Costa Rica (666-2010 Zapote, San José Costa Rica)

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News & Features

July 4, 2018 ‘Viva Latin America! Deepening Ties With Japan’ Vol.4: A Japanese-Style Early Warning System Protects Peruvians
June 28, 2018 ‘Viva Latin America! Deepening Ties With Japan’ Vol.3: Making "Automobiles" the Pillar of the Economy: The Shape of Cooperation in the Semi-developed Country Mexico
June 22, 2018 ‘Viva Latin America! Deepening Ties With Japan’ Vol.2: Persons With Disabilities Work Across Borders
June 18, 2018 JICA President Holds Talks With Heads of Pacific Island Countries at PALM 8
June 15, 2018 ‘Viva Latin America! Deepening Ties With Japan' Vol.1: Japanese Emigrants Pioneered Japan's International Cooperation a Century Ago

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