Japan Fund for Poverty Reduction

What is the JFPR?

Japan established the JFPR in May 2000 to provide grants for projects supporting poverty reduction and related social development activities that can add value to projects financed by ADB. In 2010, the JFPR expanded its scope of grant assistance to provide technical assistance grants in addition to project grants.

What are the priorities?

Priority is placed on the poorest and most  vulnerable groups living in destitution in ADB developing member countries (DMCs), primarily on innovative programs designed or implemented by local communities or NGOs which contribute to the achievement of Millennium Development Goals especially in health and education,

What kind of activities are eligible for JFPR grants?

The grants are intended to focus on activities which

Who is eligible to receive JFPR grants?

All ADB DMCs are eligible for JFPR grants.

Who supports the JFPR?

Japan supports this fund. As of 31 December 2014, the total JFPR funds made available totaled about $662.4 million. ADB had approved 164 grant projects ($472.5 million equivalent) and 178 technical assistance projects ($199.8 million equivalent).


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