OECD Development Co-operation Peer Reviews: Japan 2014

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This Peer Review assesses the performance of Japanese development co-operation. Peer reviews of OECD Development Assistance Committee (DAC) members are based on the two objectives of accountability and learning. The reviews are the only international process to examine regularly key bilateral development co-operation systems and offer constructive commentary for their reform.




The DAC's main findings and recommendations

Japan is increasingly exerting global development leadership and influence in selected policy areas, such as health and disaster risk reduction, where it believes it can add value. Japan also takes a broad and strategic approach to development and financing for development, for example in its efforts on climate change. Its demonstration of leadership on these critical global development issues is commendable and will help further enhance its standing in the international arena.


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