Support for economic and social revitalization and resumption of cross-border Travel for Developing Countries
May 16, 2022
- Japan has been providing swift, comprehensive support to other countries in the battle against COVID-19.
- We are also looking ahead to a time after the pandemic subsides to assist developing countries in their economic and social revitalization and the resumption of cross-border travel. Japan will provide up to 100 million US dollars (approximately 10.8 billion yen) in assistance, primarily to the Indo-Pacific region, to support the three pillars of a vaccination data system, border control management, and infectious waste disposal.
- To achieve Universal Health Coverage (UHC), Japan will continue to lead the efforts of the international community towards the swift defeat of COVID-19, and towards the recovery and sustainable development of the economies of developing countries.