Founded in 1970, the Japan Center for International Exchange (JCIE)
is an independent, nonprofit, and nonpartisan organization
dedicated to strengthening Japan's role in international networks
of dialogue and cooperation.

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3/11 Disaster Relief & Recovery Program

Friends of the Global Fund, Japan (FGFJ)

JCIE in the Media

"Wakamiya's Review From Tokyo—A Lesson From the Forgery of Official Letters" by JCIE Senior Fellow Yoshibumi Wakamiya, Dong-A Ilbo (May 14, 2015)

"'Human Touch' Key To U.S.-Japan Ties: Lessons From Tom Foley and Other Key Figures" by James Gannon, Asahi Shimbun (April 23, 2015)

"Caregiver Trainee Program Coming Up Short, But Options On Table Also Daunting" JCIE's Toshihiro Menju featured in the Japan Times (April 19, 2015)

JCIE Publications & Reports
Strengthening US-Japan NGO Partnerships on Humanitarian Responses—Lessons from 3/11 (March 2015)

The result of a two-year study to assess the track record of international partnerships on the 3/11 response, how each side perceived the other, and what can be done to improve international NGO partnerships.

US Giving for Japan's 2011 Disaster Totals $737 Million (March 2015)

The breadth of the US philanthropic response was extraordinary, and it demonstrates the depth of the grassroots ties linking the two countries.

3.11 Insider Newsletter

Monthly updates on Japan's disaster recovery, highlighting media articles, reports, and events from around the world.

JCIE Digital Library