- JFPR supports the region’s most vulnerable through projects that help them recover from the onslaught of natural and man-made disasters.
- JFPR empowers women and children through projects that deter and reduce the incidence of violence and abuse committed against them.
- JFPR is committed to development that is collaborative, green, and resilient.
The Japan Fund for Poverty Reduction (JFPR) was established in 2000 to support ADB projects that directly address the needs of the poorest and most vulnerable group in Asia and the Pacific. Since its establishment,JFPR has approved $963 million to 491 ADB projects that help bring people out of poverty.