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JAPANESE GRASSROOTS GRANT ASSISTANCE CONTRIBUTED TO
PROVIDING ENDOSCOPES AT ST PAUL’S HOSPITAL IN ADDIS ABABA
5 July 2017
Symple type water treatment system with Japanese Technology

10 February 2016

Japanese Inaugurates simple type water treatment system with Japanese Techonology

 5 August 2016

     



Development Cooperation
 
About ODA
GGP
A series of studies on Industries in Ethiopia



 

Japanese ODA

     
  Japan actively extends official develop­ment assistance to developing nations to help with their economic and social development. The basic policies of Japan's ODA include supporting the self-help efforts of developing countries and increasing human security. Japan is one of the world's leading donors of ODA.
Japanese ODA is provided in several different forms. Grant aid, which does not have to be paid back, is given to help developing countries meet the basic needs of their people in such areas as food, health, and education. Loans, meanwhile, are provided for big projects aimed at helping a country achieve economic development, such as building bridges and roads. Another form of ODA is the dispatch of Japanese people Japan Overseas Cooperation Volunteers to developing countries to pass on their skills and expertise in fields like technology, health, and education to local people.


ODA
Development Cooperation Charter  
「Country Assistance Policy for Ethiopia, April 2017」Procedure  
「Japan's ODA to Ethiopia Rolling Plan, April 2017」Procedure  
Japan's Official Development Assistance FY 2010 (April - march)  
     
Past Issues
 



 
   

Grassroots and Human Security Projects (GGP)

 
About Japanese Grant Assistance for Grassroots Human Security Projects (GGP)

The Grant Assistance for Grassroots Human Security Projects (GGP) is designed to provide assistance to development projects that are implemented by non-profit organizations including non-governmental organizations, community-based organizations and local authorities. (At least two years experience is the prerequisite to apply for GGP.)



 
  Procedure Guidline for Japanese Grant Assistance for Grassroots and Human Security Projects (GGP)  
  Procedure Application Form for GGP  
  Previously funded project (FY1989-FY2015, 406 Projects)  
  2011 - 2015
     

 




 
   

A Series of Studies on Industries in Ethiopia

   
  The Embassy of Japan has been conducting a series of studies on industries in Ethiopia in order to have an overview and deepen the understanding of the economic situation in Ethiopia, especially the background to the significant GDP growth observed in the past 3 years, to explore the possibility of contributing to the effort of the Ethiopian government and people to promote the private sector development by optimizing Japanese ODA, and to identify the areas in which the Japanese private sector can invest.
  The Embassy of Japan is very aware of the importance of the private sector development. We consider it a driving force for the economic development of Ethiopia and believe that in return, it would contribute to food security of the country, which constitutes the first priority in the Japanese Country Assistance Plan for Ethiopia. For example, the Embassy of Japan is supporting private sector development through ‘one village one product’ activities that support the creation of unique local products.
TICAD IV A Series of Studies on Industries in Ethiopia (Japanese)
TICAD IV A Series of Studies on Industries in Ethiopia (English)
 
Study on the Energy Sector in Ethiopia
TICAD IV Study on the Energy Sector in Ethiopia (Japanese)
TICAD IV Study on the Energy Sector in Ethiopia (English)