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THE JAPAN INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION AGENCY

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The Japan International Cooperation Agency, (JICA) is an independent government agency that coordinates Japan’s public development aid.      

Its mission is to assist the economic and social development of developing countries and to promote international cooperation .   

It was created on October 1, 2003 in accordance with the project defined by the law on the independent government agency for national cooperation (2002) and replaced the Japanese Agency for  International Cooperation founded in 1974, which was a semi-governmental body placed under the authority of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

The Japan International Cooperation Agency in partnership with the African Development Bank and the Republic of Congo are engaged in road development.

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