What are technical cooperation projects?

What’s “Technical Cooperation Projects”? Technical cooperation is an all embracing term used to describe JICA’s practical assistance to developing countries. Technical cooperation is one of JICA’s three major areas of development assistance, the others being provision of grant and low-cost yen loans.

What technical cooperation?

The task of technical cooperation is to cultivate the human resources who will shoulder the burden of nation-building activities in developing countries; in other words, it is a form of aid that is primarily information and services oriented.

What is JICA project?

JICA is the world’s biggest bilateral donor agency. It works as a bridge between Japan and emerging countries, and provides assistance in forms of loan, grant and technical cooperation so that the emerging countries can strengthen their capabilities.

What is the purpose of JICA?

JICA is a government agency mandated to implement technical cooperation. It also provides technical support to grant aid and bilateral loans through the conduct of technical feasibility studies.


NGO-JICA Japan Desks are located in twenty countries. Their main purpose is to provide support on-site in developing countries for international cooperation activities being carried out by Japanese NGOs while fostering stronger NGO-JICA Collaborations.

What is JICA scholarship?

JICA FRIENDSHIP Project offers Masters and/or Ph. D. Scholarship at Japanese Universities for graduates or expected graduates of IIT Hyderabad for FY2020. Application Guidance. To apply for the Scholarship, please carefully go through the scholarship guideline.

Why is it that Japan is called as the Land of the Rising Sun?

Japan is known as the “Land of Rising Sun”. It is called by this name because the sun rises first in Japan and then in any other part of the world. Japan has one of the highest advanced technologies. Tokyo is the capital of this beautiful country.

What is Abe initiative?

The aim is to develop highly advanced industrial human resources who can act as “pilots” for Japanese enterprises to operate in Africa. The targets of the programme are those working for the government, enterprises or educational institutions and having a bachelor’s or higher degree. The age range is from 22 to 39.

Which country has sunrise first?

New Zealand
North of Gisborne, New Zealand, around the coast to Opotiki and inland to Te Urewera National Park, The East Cape has the honour of witnessing the world’s first sunrise each and every day. Back in 2011, Samoa took the decision to move position on the international dateline.

What is JDS scholarship?

The JDS Scholarship Programme targets, primarily, highly capable young government officers who are expected to engage in formulating and implementing social and economic development plans and to become leaders of Nepal in the 21st century.

Who named Japan?

・Who named Japan? – Marco Polo is the one who brought the name of Japan to the Western world although he did not actually name it. ・What does Japan mean? – It means ”the sun’s origin”. The etymology of Japan is the Chinese characters meaning the sun’s origin.