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Report
The Assistance
from Japan to Sudan
Embassy of Japan in Sudan
TEL: 018-3471601 or 018-3471602
E-mail: [email protected]
JICA Sudan Office
TEL: 015-5181075
E-mail: [email protected]
We will Go Ahead as a “Friend and Equal Partner”
Japan regards Sudan as one of the most important
countries for achieving the peace and stability in Africa
and the world.
Japan commits itself to make utmost efforts towards more
prosperous and dynamic Sudan.
Japan will carry out every single commitment towards “WinWin relations between our two countries” without fail.
As of 26 Mar 2014
Japan has provided “Official Development Assistance (ODA)” to Sudan,
which has amounted to over US$ 1.2 billion since 2005 through both
bilateral and multilateral channels.
It includes 56 General Grant Assistance Projects, 53 Grant Assistance
for Grassroots and Human Security Projects (GGP), Technical
Assistance, dispatch of more than 600 Japanese Experts and 23 Japan
Overseas Cooperation Volunteers (JOCV) and acceptance of around
1,450 Sudanese trainees in Japan.
In addition to the provision of the ODA, our partnership has been
extended into the fields of culture, sports, education, trade and investment.
Japan’s Approach is…
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Joint-efforts by Japanese & Sudanese
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A key to success is empowerment of individuals. Each person’s
initiative is the most essential resource which comes from genuine
motivation towards the country’s development.
Japan’s assistance is not a “charity” and not one- way. We expect all
Sudanese counterparts to work “together” with Japanese experts
hand in hand to tackle various issues. Let us think together, work
together, and finally, laugh together.
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Follow-ups for Sustainability
Good follow-ups lead to good results. All Japanese projects need to be
followed up for at least 5 years to secure the sustainability of projects
together with Sudanese counterparts.
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Individual Human Development
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100% Transparency, Accountability and
Compliance
Japanese ODA is supported by the Japanese tax payers while it is
implemented in the recipient countries. Therefore, Japan’s ODA
requires 100% transparency, accountability and compliance of its
projects to the people of Japan and Sudan.
Ongoing & New Projects
2 Ways of Assistance: Bilateral or Multilateral Channels
1 Bilateral Assistance
2
It is mainly disbursed from the Government of Japan to the
Government of Sudan directly.
US$1=approx. 100 JPY
Capacity Building
Capacity Development Project
for the Provision of Services for
Basic Human Needs in Kassala
(K-TOP)
Technical
Cooperation
Capacity Development Project
for the Provision of Services for
Basic Human Needs in Kassala:
Phase 2 (K-TOP2)
Technical
Cooperation
Project for Human Resources
Development for Darfur and the
Three Protocol Areas
Technical
Cooperation
Project for Human Resources
Development for Darfur: Phase
2
18.02
million
US$
TBC
14.5
million
US$
It is provided through international organizations (such as UN
agencies). Japan has an ample amount of contributions to international
organizations including UNAMID and AU. Moreover, we top up our
disbursement with additional voluntary assistance for Sudan
exclusively, through multilateral channels every year. See Page 4
May 2011 –
Apr 2014
Medical and Health Care
Technical
Cooperation
7.57
million
US$
Sep 2011 –
Sep 2014
TBC
Frontline Maternal and Child
Health Empowerment Project
Phase 2 (Mother Nile Project)
The Third Country Training
Program for Health Technology
Management System
Overseas
Training in
the Third
Country
0.2
million
US$
Mar 2014 –
Primary Health Care (PHC)
Policy Advisor (Khartoum)
Technical
Cooperation
TBC
Apr 2014 –
Apr 2016
PHC Expansion Project
(Khartoum)
Technical
Cooperation
TBC
TBC
TBC
Preparatory
Survey will
be started in
FY 2014
Jun 2010 –
May 2014
Technical
Cooperation
TBC
The Project for Strengthening
Vocational Training in Sudan
(Khartoum)
Technical
Cooperation
5.3
million
US$
Jan 2011 –
Dec 2013
The Project for Improvement of
Health Facilities and Equipment
in Khartoum State
The Project for Strengthening
Vocational Training at State
Level (TBC)
Technical
Cooperation
TBC
TBC
Seminar on Maternal and Child Health Care, at Ambassador’s Residence on
5th March, 2014.
TBC
Vocational Training
Training Courses for Sudanese
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Multilateral Assistance
Around 1,450 Sudanese trainees have received training in Japan.
Grant
Emergency Assistance for the Floods Disaster
Provision of tents, water purifiers, electric generators, sleeping pads and
other items (US$ 166,000)
Bilateral Assistance
Water and Sanitation
Human Resources Development
for Water Supply: Phase 2
Technical
Cooperation
6.35
million
US$
The Project for Urgent
Improvement of Water Supply
Facilities at Kassala City
Grant
10.86
million
US$
Jan 2012 –
Mar 2013
The Project for Improvement of
Water Supply System at Kassala
City
Grant
17.9
million
US$
Sep 2011 –
Aug 2014
TBC
Preparatory
Survey will
be started in
FY 2014
Oct 2011 –
Sep 2015
Project for Improvement of
Kosti water treatment (White
Nile State)
Grant
Project for Strengthening Solid
Waste Management in
Khartoum State
Technical
Assistance
2.0
million
US$
May 2014 –
Grant Aid Project for
Improvement of Solid Waste
Management in Khartoum State
Grant
15.34
million
US$
May 2014 –
Aug 2015
including the provision of 80 garbage trucks, 3 bulldozers, 2 excavators and
construction of a number of fully equipped workshops in Khartoum State
Trade and Investment
Trade Promotion
Technical
Cooperation
0.29 millionUS$
Nov 2013 –
Mar 2015
Contact Person: Mr. Mitsuo SATO (Trade Promotion Advisor)
Mobile: +249114622976 / E-mail: [email protected]
Japan-Sudan Business Promotion Reception at Japanese Ambassador’s
Residence on the 4th Feb 2014
Japan Overseas Cooperation Volunteers (JOCV)
3
US$1=approx. 100 JPY
Agriculture
12 JOCVs are in Sudan currently.
(4 for Vocational Training, 3 for Social Welfare, 3 for Health Care,
1 for Environment and 1 for Japanese Language Education)
The Project on Improvement of
Food Security in Semi-arid
Regions of Sudan through
Management of Root Parasitic
Weed (Khartoum)
Technical
Cooperation
2.57
million
US$
Mar 2010 –
Feb 2015
The Project for Upgrading Food
Production Infrastructure
(Irrigation projects in River Nile
and Kassala)
Grant
30.45
million
US$
Jul 2012 –
Dec 2015
Capacity Development Project for
Irrigation Scheme Management
(River Nile and Kassala)
Technical
Cooperation
TBC
TBC
Capacity Building Project for the
Implementation of Executive
Program for the Agricultural
Revival(Up-Land Rice) in 6 states
Technical
Cooperation
9.66
million
US$
Mar 2010 –
Mar 2016
Grant Assistance for Grassroots and Human Security
Projects (GGP)
53 GGPs since 2005. Ongoing projects;
(1) The Project for Expansion and Strengthening of the Services of the
Usratuna Vocational Training Centers in Omdurman, Khartoum State;
US$ 68,779
(2) The Project for Improvement of Educational Environment at AlMutomar Village Primary School in Ed-Damar Locality, River Nile
State; US$ 107,177
(3) The Project for Construction of Al-Mansoura Village Primary School in
Um Dam Locality, North Kordofan State; US$ 202,597
(4) The Project for Construction of Umrwaba Primary Health Care Unit in
Umrwaba Locality, North Kordofan State; US$ 174,800
(5) The Project for Reconstruction of Hamadab Village Primary School in In
Hasaheisa Locality, Al-Jazeerah State; US$ 223,160
(6) The Project for Construction of Primary School at Al-Nizaiha Village,
Al-Gitaina Locality, White Nile State; US$ 232,041
(7) The Project for Construction of Two Primary Schools in Al-Khatmia,
Kassala city, Kassala State, US$ 209,485
Multilateral Assistance
The Government of Japan has decided to contribute
US$ 25.2 million to the United Nations and other
International Organizations to support vulnerable people
and flood victims in Sudan in February 2014.
This contribution is a part of Japan’s additional funding in
FY 2013 (April 2013 - March 2014) for the execution of the
projects of humanitarian assistance for African countries,
wherein the amount allocated to Sudan is the third
largest after Somalia and Mali.
Japan is the second largest provider of the assessed
contributions (10.8% in 2013) to the UN peacekeeping
budget which includes that of UNAMID.
Japan commits itself to make its utmost efforts to secure
the effectiveness and efficiency of these projects in
collaboration with the Government of Sudan, the
United Nations and international organizations.
Japan recently contributed US$ 500,000 to the AU Highlevel Implementation Panel (AUHIP) in March, 2014. This is
a part of Japan’s additional funding to the AU Peace
Fund.
Multilateral Projects Funded by Japan (Implementation Period: March 2014 – November 2014)
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US$1=approx. 100 JPY
Protection and Assistance to Refugees and Persons at Risk of Statelessness in Sudan
UNHCR
US$ 7,800,000
Health and Education Emergency Response for Conflict and Floods Affected Women and Children in Sudan
UNICEF
US$ 4,400,000
Emergency Preparedness for El Fasher Water Supply in North Darfur
UNOPS
Emergency Flood Response in Khartoum for Vulnerable Communities
UNHABITAT
US$ 1,600,000
Improving Maternal and New Born Health in Flood Affected Areas in Eastern States of Sudan
UNFPA
US$ 1,000,000
Contributing to Improved Nutrition Situation and Income Generation among Vulnerable Communities in Sudan
through the Use of Soybean Based Foods and Soybean Production (Soybean Value Chain DevelopmentComponent I)
UNIDO
US$ 500,000
United Nations Humanitarian Air Service (UNHAS)
WFP
US$ 4,000,000
Food Assistance to Vulnerable Populations Affected by Conflict and Natural Disasters
WFP
US$ 2,000,000
Responding to Needs of Newly Displaced IDPs and Breaking the Cycle of Dependency of IDPs in Darfur,
Sudan
IOM
US$ 1,000,000
Humanitarian Assistance for African Countries
ICRC
US$ 2,200,000
Support Empowerment for Conflict women in Nuba area
UNWOMEN
US$ 500,000
US$ 200,000
Broadened Cooperation
Cultural exchange between Japan and Sudan
1 Culture
The First “Japan Day” at University of Khartoum (27th Mar 2013)
Japanese Ambassador’s Cup to the Japanese Ikebana Flower Arrangement
Competition at the Annual Flowers Exhibition (15th Mar 2013, 2nd Mar 2014)
Japanese Film Screening Events at University of Khartoum
(21st – 23rd Jul and 12nd – 14th Nov 2013)
Monthly Provision of Japanese PR Videos to Media (Blue Nile TV)
Grant for Grassroots Cultural Projects;
The Project for Improvement of the Equipments for Japanese Language
Education in the Institute of African and Asian Studies, University of
Khartoum (US$ 61,894, 12th Mar 2013)
2 Sports
Grant for Grassroots Cultural Projects;
The Project for Improvement of Equipment of Saggana Youth Center
(US$ 31,690, 27th November 2013)
3 Education
4 Japanese Government Scholarship 2014 Awardees (Postgraduate)
1 Mr. Yasin Mohamed Ibrahim Idris,
Architecture, from University of Khartoum to University of Tokyo.
2 Ms. Sara Mohammed Ali Ahmed,
Space Engineering, from University of Khartoum to University of Tokyo.
3 Dr. Mubarak Osman Mahgoub Suliman,
Dentistry, from National Ribat University to University of Osaka.
4 Ms. Niematallah Elfatih Ahmed Elamin,
Business Administration, from University of Khartoum
to University of Osaka.
Japanese Government Scholarship for Teacher Training (Postgraduate)
Annual Alumni Gathering of Ex-Japanese Government Scholarship
Awardees (19th Mar 2014)
4 Others
The Japan’s Official Development Assistance (ODA) Press Tour
(15th - 17th Apr 2013)
Human Rights Dialogue between Sudan and Japan (20th Jun 2013)
Sudanese-Japanese Friendly Wrestling Matches (8th Feb, 3rd May, 5th Jul,
23rd Aug, 25th Oct, and 29th Nov in 2013)
Reception for Sudanese Wrestling Champions (27th Nov 2013)
Japanese New Year’s Reception for exchange among Japanese residents and
Sudanese friends (28th Jan 2014)
Bazaars at International Food Festival (6th Feb 2014), KICS (14th Feb 2014)
Reception for Exchange among Sudanese Journalists (11th Mar 2014)
Japanese Ambassador’s Cup 2013 to the Sudanese Wrestling Team “Lion’s
Heart” (29th Nov 2013)
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The First Asian Cultural Festival at Grand Holiday Villa Hotel (28th Mar
2014)

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