Asian Perspectives: Asian Approaches to Development Cooperation – Panel 1

The Asia Foundation’s Washington, D.C. office, in cooperation with the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), hosted senior government officials and policy specialists from China, India, Indonesia, and South Korea at the Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center for a high-level panel discussion on Asian Approaches to Development Cooperation, post-2015 challenges, and the importance of emerging donors to future policy-making. In recent years, Asian countries have emerged as game changers in the development assistance arena, challenging traditional notions of aid, reshaping global aid architecture, and placing new challenges on the global development agenda. The Asian Perspectives event on Asian Approaches to Development Cooperation included panels on “Development Cooperation in the Asian Century” and “Post-2015 Development Challenges.” The first panel featured Siti N. Mauludiah, Director, Technical Cooperation, Ministry of Foreign Affairs—Indonesia; Keiichiro Nakazawa, Chief Representative, Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) U.S.A.—Japan; and Enna Park, Director-General, Development Cooperation, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade—South Korea.

Related locations: Indonesia, Japan, Korea
Related programs: Development and Aid Effectiveness


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