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Acceptance of technical training participants

The Knowledge Co-Creation Program (KCCP)

JICA's Knowledge Co-Creation Programs are a form of technical cooperation that JICA carries out in Japan. Some of the knowledge that Japanese society has accumulated, including its background in areas such as organizational know-how and social systems, can only be understood through first-hand experience. The programs are an important means of technical cooperation which supports human resource development and resolving issues in developing countries.

About the Programs Japan's Experience Participants' Forum Program Results Reports from Ex-participants
About the Programs Japan's Experience Participants' Forum Program Results Reports from Ex-participants
What are JICA's Knowledge Co-Creation Programs? Utilizing Japan's experience through the Programs Who participates in the Programs? What sort of results to the Programs produce? What they learned in Japan and how to put it into practice in the country

About the summary of the Program, you can see the movie at Youtube.

60th Anniversay of the Training Program in Japan (Full Ver.) (external link)
60th Anniversay of the Training Program in Japan (Short Ver.) (external link)

KENSHU-IN GUIDEBOOK 2019
KENSHU-IN GUIDEBOOK 2019 (English) (PDF/3.35MB)
GUIDE DU KENSHU-IN 2019 (French) (PDF/3.54MB)
GUÍA PARA KENSHU-IN 2019 (Spanish) (PDF/3.61MB)
СПРАВОЧНИК ДЛЯ КЭНСЮУ-ИН 2019 (Russian) (PDF/3.46MB)

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