International Grant Program International Grant Program for Fiscal 2013 Toward Solutions Through Mutual Learning: Issues That Emerging Southeast Asia And Japan
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, May 13, 2013
International Grant Program
International Grant Program for Fiscal 2013
Toward Solutions Through Mutual Learning: Issues That Emerging Southeast Asia And Japan Share
Dynamic changes have
transformed many, if not all, countries in Asia. A number of countries in the region have become more prosperous. These countries will soon share similar challenges with Japan. As equals, Japan and these countries need to create a new style of cooperation. Benefit from mutual learning gets larger than ever before.
Indonesia, Japan , Philippines, Thailand, Vietnam
a) Aging society; b) Multicultural society; c) Consensus-building on local environmental issues
One year (Nov 2013 – Oct 2014)
A policy recommendation that can be disseminated among relevant stakeholders
A team or a network of members from various backgrounds, with a proven record of delivering results in one of the thematic areas (priority is given to habitants in those five countries)
Grant amount (maximum per project)
a) Project focusing in one of the target countries: 3 million yen b) Project focusing in more than two countries with comparative nature: 6 million yenmillion yen
Total amount of grants
60 million yen
Web-based application via Foundation website
7th May, 2013 to 21st June, 2013 (17:00 JST)
Selection of grants
Formal decisions on the awarding of grants will be made by the Toyota Foundation Board of Directors at meetings to be held in late September 2013, based on the deliberations of responsible Selection Committee consisting of external experts.
Please see our video message introducing 2013 International Grant Program.