Establish a mechanism enabling ODA to complement private sector’s activities contributing to African development
- Yokohama Action Plan
- Utilize more effectively official funding sources such as investment credit, trade and investment insurance to enhance PPP and leverage private capital flows to Africa.
- Proposed Measures by Japan/Implementing Partners
- ● Enhance Public-Private Partnership to effectively coordinate between official flows and private capitals, to expand good practices of Corporate Social Responsibilities in linking up with official flows
- Potential Resources, Possible Contributions
- GoJ: Establish a mechanism enabling ODA to complement private sector’s activities contributing to African development
- Implementing Partners
- Related Links
- Dispatch of Public-Private Missions
Current Status of Implementation 2009
- (i)The GoJ has continuously promoted the policy Public-Private Partnership for boosting growth in developing countries. (ii) The meetings of local ODA Task Force with expanded membership of local Japanese companies have been held individually or jointly in Tanzania, South Africa, Botswana, Angola, Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Senegal. (iii)Practical use of the Grassroot Grant Program is now being promoted for acceleration of cooperation between CSR activity or BOP business of private companies and NGO activity.
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Current Status of Implementation 2008
- (i) In this April, the GoJ announced a new policy “Public-Private Partnership for boosting growth in developing countries” for strengthening partnership between ODA and private investment, recognizing that private companies make great contribution to economic growth of developing countries.
(ii) About 20 proposals from private companies were received.
(iii) In the end of this October, the GoJ announced implementation of preliminary survey for the improvement of harbor and transportation infrastructures in Ghana and Tanzania under cooperation between JICA and JETRO.
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