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NEWS FROM THE FIELD

Kenya

JICA Provides Emergency Supplies to Help Refugees from Famine-Hit Areas in the Horn of Africa

JICA is sending emergency supplies to refugee camps in Kenya to help people affected by the widespread drought in the East African region.

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Afghanistan

Rebuilding Afghanistan – Fighting Corruption

As Afghanistan struggles to absorb billions of dollars in aid, corruption is a problem. JICA and Singapore are cooperating to help tackle the problem.

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Egypt

Commissioning One of the World’s First Gas-Solar Energy Power Plants in Egypt

Built with the financial assistance of JICA, the new power station will help the Middle Eastern country meet its burgeoning energy needs.

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Sudan

An Ancient Land: An Uncertain Future

Two new nations in a landscape as old as civilization itself look ahead with JICA’s assistance.

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Sudan

Former Ghost Town Becomes World’s Newest Capital City

Excitement and problems for Africa’s 54th nation.

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Sudan

Honeymooners…and a Million Problems

Kassala is famous as a center for honeymooners, but like other areas in the Republic of Sudan, it faces major economic, health, education, water and agricultural problems. JICA has projects in all of those areas.

THE PRESIDENT'S DESK

Sadako Ogata

Japan's foreign assistance to poor countries is more important than ever.

Sadako Ogata

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