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Thailand

With a GNI per capita of $5,960 in 2017, Thailand has joined the ranks of upper-middle income countries. However, many issues still need to be addressed to achieve sustained social and economic development: making industries more competitive, introducing measures for an aging population, and dealing with environmental problems and climate change. In addition, there are several issues common throughout the ASEAN region, such as strengthening ASEAN connectivity and narrowing the development gap.

JICA focuses on three priority areas in Thailand: "Sustainable development of the economy and coping with a maturing society", "Coping with common issues in ASEAN countries", and "Promoting cooperation with countries outside the ASEAN region". In order to intensify international competitiveness, JICA continues to assist development of infrastructure, and supports development of human resources for industries which can contribute to enhancing productivity, and to creating value-added goods and services. In terms of the environment, JICA supports various efforts at local and national level, and also cooperates with Thailand to address climate change. In addition to these activities, JICA continues efforts with Thailand to tackle problems related to development, such as the ageing issue.

Office Information
JICA Thailand Office
Address
31st floor, Exchange Tower,
388 Sukhumvit Road, Klongtoey Bangkok 10110, Thailand

What's New

October 18, 2018 Activities in Thailand
October 18, 2018 Brochure
October 11, 2018 Social Media
October 5, 2018 Contributing to a needy school
July 27, 2018 The 1st National Seminar on the Development of Intermediate Care Service Model Project on Seamless Health and Social Provision for Elderly Persons (S-TOP)

News & Features

November 2, 2018 'Japan's Modernization Experience as a Legacy for the World' Part 3: A Steam Whistle Heard 'Round the World', 50 Years of Teaching Rail Technology
January 17, 2018 Disseminating to the World Japan's Mental Health Care Model, which Originated in the Great Hanshin-Awaji Earthquake

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