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Japan Fund for Public Policy Training
What is the fund?
The Japan Fund for Public Policy Training (JFPPT) was established in 2004 as a trust fund to enhance developing member countries' capacity building for public policy management focusing on regional economies in transition.
What are the priorities?
Priority is placed on providing regional technical assistant (RETA) to transition economies such as Viet Nam, Cambodia and Lao People’s Democratic Republic (Lao PDR)
What kind of activities will be financed from the fund?
The key activities of the RETA include:
- implementation of core competency courses in public policy for mid-career and senior level civil servants of Viet Nam
- introduction of similar courses in Cambodia and Lao PDR
- a fellowship program to send outstanding candidates for formal degree courses overseas
- a teaching support component to develop case studies and best practice cases and other learning materials with national and regional content.
Who is eligible to receive the grant?
Viet Nam, Cambodia and Lao People's Democratic Republic (Lao PDR)
Who supports the fund?
Japan supports the fund.