JENESYS introduction India

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Published on October 9, 2007

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JENESYS Programme : Japan- East Asia Network of Exchange for Students and Youths:  JENESYS Programme : Japan- East Asia Network of Exchange for Students and Youths Slide2:  What is JICE? Outline of JENESYS PROGRAMME Stakeholders Short Term Invitation Programme Confirmation Slide3:  WHAT IS JAPAN INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION CENTER (JICE)? JICE is::  JICE is: An authorized public organization under jurisdiction of the Japanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Approved as a non-profit organization in 1977. Support the implementation of international cooperation program of the Japanese government. Our Mission:  Our Mission  We, as professionals in human resource development cooperation, help developing countries nurture people to build their nations, while learning together and enhancing mutual understanding. We are committed to creating a world of peace and prosperity. Human Resource Development:  Human Resource Development Business scale:  Business scale Largest NPO in Japan Budget scale: 12.7 billion yen (FY 2005) 10 Overseas project offices 10 Domestic branches UN Projects Croatia refugee shelter project UNESCO World Heritage of Cambodia the Angkor preservation project UNDP Cambodia rural development project 2. OUTLINE OF JENESYS PROGRAMME :  2. OUTLINE OF JENESYS PROGRAMME Background:  Background Initiative of Mr. Shinzo Abe, Prime Minister of Japan Announced at the 2nd East Asia Summit (EAS), 15th January 2007 Japan would provide financial assistance amounting to approximately USD 315 million for the East Asia Youth Exchange, inviting approximately 6,000 youths/year for 5 years. Objective:  Objective To form the basis of future vision and construct firm solidarity among Asian countries through JENESYS programme, which will promote mutual understanding of the future generation of ASEAN and East Asia Summit member countries. Programme Outline:  Programme Outline Invite youths (high-school/university students) from EAS member countries (ASEAN, Australia, China, India, New Zealand, Republic of Korea) to Japan. Approximately 6,000 youths/year, for 5 years. 3 components Invitation of overseas students to Japan Dispatch of Japanese students abroad Youth interaction (Youth Network, The Ships for South East Asian Youth Programme etc) 3. STAKEHOLDERS:  3. STAKEHOLDERS Stakeholders:  JICE (Subcontractor) Stakeholders Japanese Government Japan-China Friendship Center ASEAN Secretariat Japan-Korean Cultural Foundation (Budget Disburse) China South Korea Short-Term Programme Long-Term Programme Australia ASEAN India New Zealand SAARC Secretariat India Pakistan Bangladesh Sri Lanka Nepal Bhutan Maldives Afghanistan Slide14:  Financial contribution Supervision Decide the number of youths to invite from each participating country Decide the annual invitation schedule for each country. Japanese government ASEAN Secretariat JICE Participating countries Slide15:  Responsible for project implementation Establish project implementation framework Supervise the progress of the project Report overall progress to Japanese government Japanese government ASEAN Secretariat JICE Participating countries Subcontract Slide16:  Responsible for the operation of the project Determine the project components in cooperation with other stakeholders Detail Schedule for departure Selection and coordination of host organizations, schools and families Provide support (if necessary) in youth selection and dispatch procedures Submit activity report and financial statements to ASEAN Secretariat Japanese government ASEAN Secretariat JICE Participating countries Slide17:  Responsible for the project implementation in their countries e.g. Recruitment / selection of youths Domestic travel arrangements Pre-departure preparations Determine the Ministry (organization), the department, the person in charge of the project Provide support to JICE staff Cooperate in monitoring and evaluation of the project Japanese government ASEAN Secretariat JICE Participating countries 4. SHORT TERM INVITATION PROGRAMME:  4. SHORT TERM INVITATION PROGRAMME Short Term Invitation Programme (JICE):  Short Term Invitation Programme (JICE) Duration: approximately 10 days Study tours: visit institutions and cities to observe and experience political/economic systems, society and cultural aspects of Japan. Interaction: home-stay, camping, school visit, debates, seminars etc. Operational Organization:  Operational Organization ASEAN JICE (International Exchange Dept.) Embassy of Japan MOFA MOE High schools/ other relevant educational institutions Japan Participating country JICE (International Exchanges Dept.) Programme Coverage:  Programme Coverage Schedule (example):  Schedule (example) Operational Guideline:  Operational Guideline Departure to Japan Return from Japan Post programme follow-up Passports Setting Departure/Arrival dates for the fiscal year Announcement to schools etc. Nomination of students Screening Selection Selection Committee will be held between Ministry of HRD and Embassy of Japan. Operational Guideline (Participating Country):  Operational Guideline (Participating Country) Departure to Japan Return from Japan Post program follow-up Passport Setting Departure/Arrival dates for the fiscal year Announcement to schools etc. Nomination of students Screening Selection Selection Committee will be held between Ministry of HRD and Embassy of Japan. Operational Guideline (JICE):  Operational Guideline (JICE) Departure to Japan Return from Japan Post programme follow-up Setting Departure/Arrival dates for the fiscal year 5. CONFIRMATION:  5. CONFIRMATION Departure / arrival dates of each batch for the first year. Next meeting schedule (detail schedule for the first batch) Thank you very much:  Thank you very much

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