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Review of Japan social development fund (JSDF) : grants closed in FY12 (الإنجليزية)

The purpose of the review of completed Japan social development fund (JSDF) grants is to learn from the experience of grant implementation, and to provide feedback for project improvements. The current review, sixth in the series, captures 16 grans closed in FY 12. The majority (12 out of 16 grants or 75 percent) of these grants were for regular project type, 3 grants were for regular capacity building type, and one was for a project under the emergency window. Annex one gives a detailed report on each grant.

تفاصيل

  • تاريخ الوثيقة

    2013/08/01

  • نوع الوثيقة

    ورقة عمل

  • رقم التقرير

    91633

  • مجلد رقم

    1

  • عدد المجلدات

    1

  • البلد

    اليابان,

  • المنطقة

    شرق آسيا والمحيط الهادئ,

  • تاريخ الإفصاح

    2015/05/21

  • حالة الافصاح

    Disclosed

  • اسم الوثيقة

    Review of Japan social development fund (JSDF) : grants closed in FY12

  • كلمة أساسية

    regional distribution;Concessional Finance and Global Partnership;access to basic health service;access to health service;confederation of agricultural workers;Grant Reporting and Monitoring;intermediate means of transport;access to emergency services;Systems, Applications and Products;private health services;housing for the poor;Quality at Entry Review;culture workers;improving food security;gender and poverty;poverty alleviation program;food security issue;Emergency Health Services;onchocerciasis control program;access to knowledge;information and communication;children and youth;existing community structure;infrastructure and facilities;improved service delivery;radio talk show;large urban areas;sense of ownership;capacity building program;means of communication;cash for work;poverty alleviation effort;reproductive health issue;distribution of grant;international partnership;poor rural community;lack of alternative;making globalization work;asian financial crisis;participation of communities;family health issues;lack of competition;global market;indigenous communities;rural connectivity;indigenous community;hepatitis b;helmet use;local planning;living condition;marginalized communities;poor community;cultural activities;fuel wood;building type;alternative energy;social inclusion;grant financing;voluntary counseling;young people;rural area;community involvement;urban transport;cultural creativity;employment rate;treatment group;vulnerable group;home improvement;small grants;temporary job;indigenous people;traditional line;marginalized group;economic crisis;Indigenous Peoples;community facilitator;disbursement rate;civil society;administrative service;minimum wage;high-risk group;seed capital;market opportunity;local development;block grant;adequate capacity;rural population;community commitment;operational aspect;sustainable livelihood;traditional music;culture management;information outreach;project delays;road safety;awareness raising;SME finance;external funding;accountable system;employment opportunity;urban condition;product demand;preparatory work;community mobilization;women participation;hygiene promotion;cost sharing;employment opportunities;performance criteria;credit finance;country rating;procurement management;daily life;knowledge exchange;running cost;local market;health benefit;mid-term evaluation;living standard;resource persons;community grant;village organizations;young person;product model;cultural practice;community empowerment;poverty issue;cultural festivals;fashion designer;community awareness;community practice;village meeting;urban dweller;cost benefit;evaluation study;credit mechanism;poor village;public expenditure;irrigation service;road access;income increase;marketing system;increased income;alternative livelihood;community group;cultural resource;cultural approach;port community;Conflict Prevention;Vocational Training;development training;remote area;city community;health component;pregnant woman;basic infrastructure;community level;innovative program;global food;rural artisan;community association;innovative method;sustainable outcomes;indigenous capacity;Program Type;government units;project types;thematic area;community planning;food storage;cultural organisation;youth group;rural family;creating opportunity;road component;urban community;Rural Poor;regional banks;local capacity;social tension;municipal school;behavioral change;innovation pilot;social issue;market access;poor housing;central unit;resources management;fire wood;working condition;income opportunity;saving scheme;opinion leaders;cultural sensitivities;safety condition;municipal government;health interventions;financing facility;competitive grant;social value;non-governmental organization;behavior change;vulnerable communities;staple food;emergency conditions;shelter issues;data processing;

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