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Experiences and Prospects of Japan’s ODA Naonobu Minato Foundation for Advanced Studies on International Development
A brief history of Japan’s ODA (1) Source: DAC
A brief history of Japan’s ODA (2) Source: ODA White Paper 2005
Global Trends in Development Assistance and Japan’s ODA MDGs and Poverty Reduction, and Peace building, Human Security and Economic growth Institutional development and capacity development, and knowledge network Aid coordination and ODA-task force Result-oriented approach and Evaluation Impact of private flows and Synergy with ODA Sub-Sahara Africa and Asia-Africa collaboration
MDGs and Poverty Reduction Ownership and partnership Poverty reduction through economic growth Peace building Human Security
Institutional development and capacity development Importance of Political or Economic Institution and poverty reduction Capacity of organization and human resources Knowledge network
Aid coordination and ODA-task force CDF (Comprehensive Development Framework) initiated by WB Aid coordination within donor community Establishment of ODA-task force
Result-oriented approach and Evaluation Monitor the output of development assistance (setting target with deadline) cf. NPM Evaluation through achievement (economic growth, poverty reduction, etc.) Developing management methods
Impact of private flows and Synergy with ODA Increasing impacts of Trade and FDI on development Experience of South-east and East Asia Synergy of ODA and private sector activity in development
Development issues in Sub-Sahara Africa Pessimistic prospect in terms of achievement MDGs targets and challenges by private sectors in SSA Possibilities of Asia-Africa collaboration
Prospects of Japan’s ODA(1) Organizational reform including JICA, JBIC and Ministry of Foreign Affairs Committee directed by Prime minister has initiative to formulate ODA Strategy Integration of agencies (technical cooperation (JICA), loan assistance (JBIC) and grant aid assistance (Ministry of Foreign Affairs)
Prospects of Japan’s ODA(2) Human resource development in the field of development assistance Necessity of close communication between ODA agencies, academic institutions, NGOs and private consultant companies Role of FASID as a hub of network
Prospects of Japan’s ODA(3) Collaboration between ODA and private sectors in development assistance Enabling environment for private sectors PPP and CSR
Prospects of Japan’s ODA(4) Importance of public support to ODA Accountability Visibility NGO and civil society Purpose of ODA: development and foreign policy
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