We provide a full range of services for international students studying in Japan built on our 20 years' experience of managing various scholarship programs of the Japanese and other governments. JICE provides full support service built on 40 years' experience and know-how. We provide opportunities for cultural empathy, surprise and discovery. We, as a professional group in human resources development, empower people to solve national and global challenges as we strive to create a peaceful and prosperous world through exchange of ideas and knowledge.
March 11, This is the final installment of a three-part series on JICA's cooperation for reconstruction and disaster risk reduction in developing countries. In this installment, we introduce Knowledge Co-Creation Program from the disaster-stricken Tohoku region in northeast Japan to share knowledge on disaster risk reduction and reconstruction with people in developing nations. The participants who returned to their countries are now applying the knowledge they learned back home. March 10, An international joint research project linking Fukushima and Chernobyl is currently underway with the aim of scientifically investigating and researching the environment contaminated by the nuclear power plant accident for the benefit of the future.
Its aim is to contribute to the socioeconomic development or the reconstruction of developing countries. JICA currently maintains offices in about countries worldwide and is expanding activities JICA currently maintains offices in about countries worldwide and is expanding activities in over countries and regions. Controlling natural hazards is difficult and, thus, enhancing social capacity to cope with disasters is one of the most effective ways to manage and reduce disaster risks.
It is chartered with assisting economic and social growth in developing countries , and the promotion of international cooperation. The reorganized agency is also responsible for administering part of Japan's grant aid which is currently under the jurisdiction of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and so all three major ODA components—technical cooperation, grant aid, and concessional loans—are now managed "under one roof. The forthcoming changes will be an extension of a series of JICA reforms which began in October when it became administratively independent. The organization's domestic establishments including international centers where JICA helps train some 8, foreign public officials, researchers, engineers, instructors and community leaders annually in Japan are being streamlined.