Japan Special Fund


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Japan Special Fund

Also called the JSF. A fund established in 1988 by the Asian Development Bank and the government of Japan to assist in international development projects in Asia. The JSF offers grants and loans to recipient countries of the Asian Development Bank to help restructure their economies and promote growth.
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Dunham worked as a consultant for ADB on two projects the Agricultural Development Bank of Pakistan s Gujranwalla Agricultural Development Program in 1987-1988 and a technical assistance for the Institutional Strengthening of the State Ministry for the Role of Women in Indonesia in 1994, financed by the Japan Special Fund.
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