The Japanese International Cooperation Agency, JICA, is extending it’s cooperation to tackle challenges faced by Pacific Island Countries on economic, geographic and climate characteristics.
JICA President Akihiko Tanaka announced the cooperation during his visit to the Prime Minister’s office yesterday.
President Tanaka says, Pacific Island Countries could face serious vulnerability on the challenges of economic, geographic and climate characteristics.
Tanaka says, JICA is extending its cooperation to address environmental conservation and Management, Climate Change and Disaster Management, Infrastructure Development and improvement of social services.
He says, JICA would like to contribute to the sustainable development of the Pacific Island Countries and Solomon Islands.