This page introduces our research activities.
The JICA Ogata Sadako Research Institute for Peace and Development conducts policy-oriented research on the challenges faced by developing countries in the field and strengthens Japan’s intellectual presence in the international community.
We attach high importance to synthesizing and sharing the Japanese development experience, as well as its accumulated knowledge and expertise as a donor country. We will also enhance our research and dissemination activities, giving due consideration to today’s challenges and threats such as the changing international order, the transition to an information-based society, and climate change. By doing so, we aim to become a world-leading research hub for development and international cooperation.
Research Clusters / Partnerships / JICA Development Studies Program / Ongoing Research Projects
Our research is organized around the following five clusters. These correspond to the five “Ps” of the Sustainable Development Goals: People, Planet, Prosperity, Peace, and Partnership.
The information of research projects with our partners and ongoing research projects are available here.
Research data in the process of survey implementation is available here.