|■ What is White Paper?
■□ Toward TICAD Ⅳ in 2008, TCSF has published “TCSF Citizen’s White Paper”
every year since 2005.
We try to evaluate Japan’s policies to the African countries from the viewpoints
of African civil society.
TCSF aims to improve Japan’s policy towards Africa and Japanese ODA to contribute to the betterment of the livelihoods of ordinary and poverty line people in Africa through delivering TCSF White Paper.
|～ What 's NEW ～
■□TCSF White Paper 2007 (3rd Issue) is published!
“Strategic Recommendations on Tokyo International Conference on African Development(TICAD)”
|The contents of the 3rd version of the White Paper
chapter1 - Before TICAD IV
chapter2 - What is TICAD?
chapter3 - Development in Africa and TICAD
chapter4 - Civil Society and TICAD
chapter5 - Evaluation of TICAD by TCSF
chapter6 - Recommendations
chapter7 - Future of TICAD
TCSF White Paper 2007（3rd Issue)
► Summary in English (PDF)
► English full version （PDF,102pages)
► French full version (pdf 94pages)
■□TCSF White Paper
2006 (2nd Issue) is downloadable in English and French!
“Evaluation by Civil Society on Japan’s Policy to Africa”
- African Development and Civil Society -
|The contents of the 2nd version of the White Paper
chapter1 - TCSF and the Civil White Paper
chapter2 - Disbursement of Japan's Aid to Africa
chapter3 - Civil Society and Japan's Policy towards Africa
chapter4 - Development Cooperation for Africa by Japanese NGOs
chapter5 - Assessment of Japan's Policy to Africa by African NGOs
chapter6 - Assessment by TCSF
chapter7 - Recommendations
TCSF White Paper 2006（2nd Issue)
► Summary in English (PDF, 15pages)
► English full version (PDF, 113pages)
French full version (PDF,128pages)
■□ TCSF Presentation: Introduction of the TCSF White Paper
2005 (１st Issue)
“Evaluation by Civil Society on Japan’s Policy to the African Countries”
- Overcoming of Poverty and Inequality -
Outline of the Presentation
The theme of the 1st issue of the White Paper is “Overcoming Poverty andInequity”
which has been a key issue in African development. In this white paper,
it describes trends in donor’s assistance, analysis of Japanese aid performance
and evaluation from NGOs in Senegal and Kenya. On the basis of this information,
TCSF members evaluated and made recommendation for aid policy towards Africa.
Date: 11th December, 2005
from 1:30pm to 4:50pm (Registration starts at 1:00pm)
Venue: Conference Hall
(10th floor) at Meiji-gakuin University, Tokyo
Cooperation: Japan Foundation ,International Peace Research Institute of Meiji-gakuinUniversity
Programme: in Detail
TCSF White Paper 2005（１st Issue) ► SUMMARY ► in Detail（ｐｄｆ）
Citizen’s White Paper 2005
Overcoming Poverty and Inequity
Written and Edited by
Minoru Obayashi, Yoko Ishida
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- Index -
1. The outline of White Paper
2. Background of the 1st Issue Theme
3. Achievement of Japan’s Policy
4. Overall Evaluation on Japan’s Policy
5. Conclusions and Recommendations