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Japan’s ODA policies in the health sector are generally consistent with the trends in the international community’s assistance shown in the MDGs. However, Japan’s assistance has been mainly for neighbouring countries, while many Sub-Saharan Africa countries have serious health problems. This discrepancy is because of Japan’s “national interest” in creating friendly relationships with neighbour countries through ODA.
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The objectives of the evaluation were to examine the cooperation program called “Programme for HIV Prevention” for Kenya, in order to produce recommendations and identify lessons learned concerning the planning and operation of the programs.
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This is a summary of the report on ‘Evaluation of Japan’s Basic Human Needs Cooperation for Bolivia’, commissioned in the fiscal year 2003 by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Government of Japan.