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Bureau of International Health Cooperation

Mission

Aiming to realize the world where all the people can equally lead healthy lives, the Bureau of International Health Cooperation supports developing countries to improve their health care using our expertise and contributes to healthier lives of Japanese people by bringing these experiences back to Japan.


mission


As a core institution of Japan's international health cooperation, we aim to live in a society where people of all countries without disparities live healthy lives and to promote the improvement of health and health care. We aim the reduction of child mortality, improving maternal health, achieving the prevention of the spread of diseases such as HIV/AIDS and malaria, which are listed in the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) of the United Nations. Furthermore, we work closely to resolve infectious disease control as a global challenge in coordination with other developing countries, various international organizations and aid agencies.

We will expand high-quality international health cooperation by effectively mobilizing our rich knowledge in areas such as human resource development and know-how for creating mechanisms, developing and deploying technical capabilities for solution of international issues and adjustment power for micro and macro level coordination.