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Japan Moving Forward
Japan's new leader dissolves parliament, paving way for new elections
Japan and Ghana team up to fight disease in West Africa
The Ghana-based Noguchi Memorial Institute for Medical Research, established more than four decades ago, is yet again stepping up its efforts to fight disease in West Africa as part of its international collaborative research programme.
Colombian rice growers fight climate change with Japanese tech
Japanese researchers and a private company help Colombian farmers increase their rice production and use less water, using mobile technology.
From Japan to Bhutan: improving resilience against earthquakes
In this edition of Global Japan, we look at how Japanese scientists are working with their local colleagues in Bhutan so that traditional buildings in the Himalayan kingdom can better withstand earthquakes.
Building resilience in the face of disaster
More than two decades since a devastating earthquake, Focus travels to the Japanese city of Kobe to see how the city has rebuilt itself and find out how it turned the disaster into an opportunity.
The satellite keeping a safe eye on Earth
From mapping the planet and tracking climate change to helping with disaster management, Global Japan looks at how Japanese satellite technology is being used to capture changes taking place on Earth.
Japanese project safeguards Egypt's ancient treasures
Global Japan visits the soon to be completed Grand Egyptian Museum in Cairo to see first hand how Japanese experts are helping to preserve Egypt's priceless artifacts.
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Grand Egyptian Museum prepares to house Tutankhamun collection
Japan: education partner of Rwanda
The Global Japan team has come to Tumba in northern Rwanda to discover a school which trains high-level technicians to meet the economic needs of the country.
Small is beautiful: How a Japanese micro-turbine is transforming a Nepalese village
Japan's Ibasei has installed six small turbines in Nepal, and transferred the technology, bringing light to the darkness of schoolchildrens' classrooms and their homes.
Tea & tatami mats: two key elements of Japanese culture
This edition of Global Japan goes in search of tranquility in the tea house, and self-awareness & strength in the Dojo.
Traditional and avant-garde combine in Japan's architecture and design
SME energy driving Japan's economic powerhouse
Small and medium businesses are the beating heart of Japanese manufacturing, providing the energy and creativity that make the country an economic superpower
Japan-EU Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA): Why the agreement between Japan and the EU is a big deal
In this episode of Global Japan, you will discover a historic economic partnership agreement between Japan and the European Union. Much more than just a free trade agreement, it goes well beyond the purely economic sphere.
A Japanese initiative for West Bank's economic activity
In this new episode of Global Japan, we bring you to Jericho, in the West Bank to discover a unique Japanese initiative - the Jericho agro industrial park, which meets international standards. The aim: to boost the region’s economic activity.
ABE Initiative graduates bring their skills home to Africa
Students from the ABE Initiative explain how they put their training and skills from Japan to use in their home countries.
A Japanese lifeline to Haiti
Since the 2010 earthquake that killed 300,000 in Haiti, Japan has been a key partner in the country's reconstruction