JICA started its activity in Zimbabwe in 1980 by sending several study missions to Zimbabwe concurrent with the independence of the country, followed by accepting training participants in Japan and dispatching Japanese experts to Zimbabwe in 1981. The first Japan Overseas Cooperation Volunteers arrived in Zimbabwe in 1989 and JICA Zimbabwe Office was established in 1996.
To assist the efforts by the people and the Government of Zimbabwe for achieving sustainable development, JICA is extending its support in line with the priority areas of Japan's assistance policy below.
1 - Promotion of Economic Integration within the Southern African Region
2 - Effective Utilization of Resources
3 - Assistance for Human Security of People with Poverty
JICA is working closely with the counterparts, mainly partner government departments and agencies in Zimbabwe, by making best use of various types of supports, namely, Grand Aid, Technical Cooperation Project, Knowledge Co-creation Program (Training Program), Japan Overseas Cooperation Volunteers and others.
|September 12, 2022||Brochures|
|August 31, 2022||New JOCVs for Changing Lives and Socio Economic Development in Zimbabwe|
|July 19, 2022||The Aftermath: 10 Years Post Training in Japan|
|July 19, 2022||The Aftermath: Nutrition Improvement Through Agriculture|
|July 6, 2022||JICA Zimbabwe Newsletter Apr - Jun 2022 Issue|
|December 4, 2019||Regional cooperation to protect countries from cyclones! Seven Southeast Africa and Indian Ocean countries launch “Disaster Risk Reduction Management Platform”|
|April 4, 2019||Emergency Assistance to Zimbabwe in Response to the Cyclone Damage|
|June 20, 2018||Signing of Grant Agreement with Zimbabwe:Contributing to the promotion of economic activities along the North-South Corridor through road improvements|