Review on the Partnership Between The World Bank and Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA). April 4, 2002 Koji Yamada, Trust Fund Strategy and Donor Relations Unit (TFS), The World Bank. Background. The Bank and JICA have had annual consultations for the last 12 years.
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April 4, 2002
Koji Yamada, Trust Fund Strategy and Donor Relations Unit (TFS), The World Bank
Financial resources mobilization
Consultations with various development partners in the client country
Policy advice; Impact on the whole sector and whole economy
Dialogue with policy makers and opinion leaders
Global networks of human resources
Entry point for Japanese financial resources through the bilateral ODA channel
Posting Japanese human resources in the line ministries or institutions in the client country
Capacity building targeting middle-level technicians and field workers of the client government
Broad domestic network inside JapanComparative Advantage: Institution Building vs. Individual Capacity Building
(Basic Design Study)
Japanese Bilateral Grant/Loan
Or Bilateral Grant
Participation in CDF/PRSP Process
Coordination on the designing of sector program and regional development plan
Cofinancing (Bilateral Grant/Loan/TC+Bank Lending)
JICA can provide…
Community Development Activities
JICA Experts / Country Offices
PHRD, JSDF, PRSP TF, GEF, Cities Alliance, etc.
Development Partners in Japan