Disaster Risk Reduction by Integrating Climate Change Projection into Flood and Landslide Risk Assessment
The ASEAN Project on Disaster Risk Reduction by Integrating Climate Change Projection into Floodand Landslide Risk Assessment (ASEAN DRR-CCA) is an initiative under the ASEAN Committee on Disaster Management Working Group on Prevention and Mitigation, supported by the Government of Japan through Japan-ASEAN Integration Fund (JAIF).
The project aims to demonstrate the integration of climate projections into flood and landslide risk assessment; and equip ASEAN Member States with tools and techniques on risk assessment and mapping for better land-use planning. This will ensure they are better equipped with appropriate solutions to address future risks.
Development of ASEAN Common Qualification Scheme for Quality Control Experts
Japanese Standards Association (JSA), under the ASEAN cooperation project Development of ASEAN Common Qualification Scheme for Quality Control Experts supported by the Japan-ASEAN Integration Fund, (JAIF), supports the ASEAN countries and contributes to the promotion of economic growth of the ASEAN countries by utilizing our experience in quality control education, which is QC KENTEI (Quality Management and Quality Control Examination).
Reduction of Post-Harvest Losses for Agricultural Produces and Products in ASEAN Region
The Project aims to enhance capacity of the ASEAN Member States in Post Harvest Losses Reduction (PHL) by identifying key and priority areas of intervention, strengthening systematic, and sustainable regional approach to PHL issues and developing policy recommendations for enhancing PHL reduction in the ASEAN region. This project will be led by Indonesian Agency for Agricultural Research and Development (IAARD), Ministry of Agriculture, Republic of Indonesia. The implementation of the project will be done by the Implementing Agency (IA) proposed by IAARD, which is the Research Centre for System and Development, known as the Center of System (CS).
ASEAN SDGs Frontrunner Cities Programme – Upgrading the ASEAN ESC Model Cities Programme
The ASEAN SDGs Frontrunner Cities Programme (SDGs-FC) is a new initiative under the ASEAN Working Group on Environmentally Sustainable Cities (AWGESC) funded by the Japan-ASEAN Integration Fund (JAIF). It aims to support ASEAN cities to achieve inclusive, sustainable, resilient and dynamic development in line with ASEAN Vision 2020. The programme strategically builds on the ASEAN ESC Model Cities programme (2011 – 2017), which had supported and recognised 40 frontrunner cities in their innovative practices/policies in bottom-up environmental management.
Comprehensive Industrial Human Resource Development (Ci-HRD) Project: Development of Credibility Index for SMEs and Comprehensive Higher Professional Education System
The newly established organization of APEN will be an Asian wide international network of universities/institutes who have developed or been preparing PBL (Project Based Learning) courses. PBL may be regarded as one of the key requisite for Asian development in the 21st century as it provides substantially effective human resource development methodology especially in industrialization process, as apparent from its origin of being much influenced by so-called ‘on-the-job training’ system in private manufacturing firms.
Implemented by the International Labour Organization (ILO), the Programme aims at providing a set of tools for countries across ASEAN to develop and upgrade specific/micro small business in common sectors, providing entrepreneurs and those who work with them guidance on how to establish, run and improve the business – boosting competitiveness and improving services.
Capacity Building of ASEAN TV Broadcasters through Documentary Program Production on ASEAN-Japan Cooperation (Commemoration of 50th Anniversary of ASEAN)
The series of ASEAN Now and the Future – Connectivity and Economic Corridors, look back over the history of cooperation for peace, stability, growth and prosperity between Japan and ASEAN. It explains how the broadcasting stations of the four participating countries in this program production assistance project – Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos and Myanmar – tackled the program production work.
How did the production staff of each state broadcaster endeavor to depict the present situation and future of ASEAN? This program reviews the aims and production processes of each program in the series.
Association of Southeast Asian Nations Joint Operations Against Cybercrime
In July 2018 INTERPOL established the ASEAN Cyber Capability Desk, with support from the Singapore Government and the Japan-ASEAN Integration Fund (JAIF) to address the growing cyberthreats in the region. In 2020, it was renamed as the ASEAN Cybercrime Operations Desk to better reflect its functions and operational relevance to the ASEAN countries.
ASEAN Cyber-Capacity Development Project Phase I and II
This project strengthens the ability of countries in the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) to combat cybercrime and work together as a region and fosters regional strategic discussion, identifies trends, and provides a foundation for improved information exchange. Comprising all 10 ASEAN member countries, the project was funded by the Japan-ASEAN Integration Fund (JAIF) with the Singapore Ministry of Home Affairs as the project proponent and INTERPOL as the Implementing Agency.