Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) is an independent state agency that coordinates official development assistance on behalf of the Japanese government. The main goal of the Agency is assisting economic and social growth in developing countries and promotion of international cooperation.

Chief Advisor of the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) Noboru Kakisu introduced the delegation and the main activities of the Agency. One of the main goals of the visit is to investigate scientific and innovative activities. It began with an official visit of Prime Minister of Japan Shinzo Abe to Kazakhstan in October 2015, negotiations were held with the government and the President of our country, during which an agreement on cooperation was signed. After that, the government of Japan sent a team represented by JICA to collect information on the development of human resources in Kazakhstan. At the moment, the desire to examine educational system and innovative development of higher educational institutions of the Republic of Kazakhstan is expressed and upon return to Kazakhstan, the government of Japan will be recommended in what field cooperation can take place.

 

The first vice-rector of Al-Farabi KazNU Burkitbaev M.M. in turn introduced the delegation to the activities of the university, answered the questions of interest. It was noted that more than 90% of our educational programs have been successfully recognized by European agencies for certification of quality management systems of education ASIIN, AQUIN, AQA, FIBA.

 

Results of the meeting:

 

  1. The parties got acquainted with the activities of JICA and Al-Farabi KazNU. The parties came to the conclusion that the analysis of the Agency and its opportunities give grounds for establishing a long-term and mutually beneficial cooperation in all possible areas of activity, natural sciences in particular.
  2. To take a final decision on the possibility of further cooperation, the authorized representatives of the parties will hold joint consultations and meetings, if necessary.

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