JICA assesses helping some of the ‘forgotten victims’ of the civil war and the communities which helped them survive.
Thailand and Cambodia
Survey teams will fly to these countries to examine agricultural damage while experts are working with Thai workers to drain Thai industrial zones.
In the wake of Japan’s own catastrophe, JICA is heavily involved in helping victims of natural disasters, rebuilding shattered communities and tackling underlying problems which cause such crises.
Figuring out how best Africa can tackle one of the most severe crises the continent faces today.
As some three million Moslem pilgrims prepare to visit the Holy City of Mecca, Saudi Arabian medical officials undergo training in how to respond to potential crowd disasters.
JICA helps the continent with projects ranging from poverty reduction and disease to climate change and the environment.