1. To expresses clearly Japan’s political intention to set welfares of
the people and poverty reduction in Africa as the primary goal of Japan’s Policy
towards Africa, and not to seek for any economic and strategic interests against
To increase Japan’s ODA to the level of 0.7% of its
Gross National Income (GNI) by 2015.
To give highest priority to the people of
Sub-Saharan African region in international cooperation and to increase the
share of Sub-Saharan Africa to 35% of total Japanese ODA.
To double its
contribution to Africa for next three years, excluding the fund for the debt
reduction, in order to fulfill Japan’s pledge in Gleneagles.
To reform Japanese cooperation process in
Africa into a participatory one based on equal partnership with civil society of
Africa and Japan.
To distribute 40% of cooperation fund for to the Civil
To invite Civil Society
of Africa and Japan whit African Union to participate Tokyo international
Conference on African Development Ⅳ(TICAD Ⅳ), which will be held in 2008, as co-organizers.
“Africa-Japan Solidarity Fund” that integrates all categories of aid for Africa.
The Fund will be managed jointly by governments and Civil Society Organizations
of Africa and Japan