Japan's Official Development Assistance White Paper 2009
Table of Contents
- Column 1.
Farewell to the Guns
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School Has Arrived!
— "Mobile Schools" in Egypt —
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Improvement of Toilets
— Sanitation Improvement Project in Micronesia —
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Constantly Supplying Safe Water
— Activities by a Trainee Who Returned to Ghana —
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Taking on the Challenge of Mountain Roads with Japanese Technique
— The "Stone Wall" Road in Nepal —
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Urging Corporate Efforts for the Development of Industry
— A Story of an On-The-Job Senior Volunteer Making Great Contributions in Saint Lucia —
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Stable Supply of Agricultural Products
— Project for Self-sustained Development in a Rural Village in Senegal —
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Aiming for a Stable Society
— Support for the Development of Legislation in Cambodia —
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One Drop in the Great Mekong
— Judo Instruction in Laos —
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Struggling with Chagas' Disease in Paraguay
— The Challenge of Transitioning From a University President to a Senior Volunteer —
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"Japan" Popular in Tanzania
— Supporting the Spread of Rice Cultivation from the Foot of Kilimanjaro —
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Safety through Innovation
— Mine Risk Education (MRE) in South Kordofan State, the Sudan —
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Aiming for Police Services Trusted by Citizens
— Police Box Operated by Women in Indonesia —
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Greater Opportunities through Vocational Training
— Activities to Empower the People of Tajikistan —
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Bringing Water to the Fields Quickly, Cheaply, Simply and Safely!
— A Project for Hand-Built Irrigation in Malawi —
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Warm Blankets for Refugees
— Japan's Assistance to Palestinian people —
Ms. Yoshiko Hasumi — United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East
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Working Together for Better Techniques
— Assisting Metal Press Techniques in Mexico —
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Dedication Led to Successful Construction
— Replacing Bridges in the Solomon Islands —
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Cleaning up the Town!
— Three Ethnic Groups Living in Harmony in Serbia —
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Forest Management by the Locals
— Participatory Forest Management in the Philippines —
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Helping People to Help Themselves
— Ms. Kurara Chibana —