Japan Fund for Public Policy Training: Final Report

Institutional Document | October 2013

This final report on the Japan Fund for Public Policy Training covers the period 1 January 2010 to 31 December 2012.

The Japan Fund for Public Policy Training was established in March 2004 as a trust fund to enhance developing member countries' capacity building for public policy management, focusing on regional economies in transition. Since its inception, the Government of Japan has contributed more than $22 million. The country director of the Asian Development Bank's Viet Nam Resident Mission acted as the program manager of the fund through 2011. The Public Policy Training Program's training facility in Ha Noi was closed in August 2011 upon completion of planned training programs.


  • Background
  • Implementation Progress
  • Financial Issues
  • Appendixes