ASIAN DEVELOPMENT BANK-PUBLIC POLICY TRAINING PROGRAM (ADB-PPTP) 2007-2010

The Public Policy Training Program (PPTP) is a regional technical assistance project of the Asian Development Bank (ADB), which was established in 2007. It is funded under the Japan Fund for Public Policy Training and is financed by the Government of Japan.

The overall objective of the PPTP is to build the public policy management capability of civil servants in three transitional ADB developing member countries of Vietnam, Lao People's Democratic Republic, and Cambodia through executive training courses encompassing a wide range of topics, including leadership, governance, auditing and financial management.

The Graduate School of International Development (GSID), Nagoya University, Japan is one of the training providers of the PPTP, which offers courses on public policy management both in theory and practice in Cambodia and Japan, respectively.

As of March 2011, the GSID conducted seven training courses for senior and mid-level Cambodian government officials from various ministries and departments. A total of 203 participants successfully completed the program. The first course for senior-level officials was conducted from 9-13 March 2009 in Phnom Penh, Cambodia and from 29 March-5 April 2009 in Nagoya, Japan; 24 participants completed the program. The second course for mid-level officials was conducted from 20 July to 14 August, 2009 (M1&M2) in Phnom Penh and from 30 August- 05 September, 2009 (M3) in Nagoya. Totally, 30 participants completed the program. The third course for mid-level officials was conducted from 27 July to 21 August, 2009 (M1&M2) in Phnom Penh and from 6-12 September, 2009 (M3) in Nagoya. Totally, 33 participants completed the program. The fourth course for senior-level officials was from 0812 March 2010 in Cambodia (Phnom Penh), and  from 04-10 April 2010 in Japan (Nagoya). A total of 25 (24 in Nagoya) senior-level participants successfully completed the program.The fifth course for mid-level officials was conducted from 19 July to 13 August, 2010 (M1&M2) in Phnom Penh and from 30 August- 03 September, 2010 (M3) in Nagoya. Totally, 35 participants completed the program. The sixth course for mid-level officials was conducted from 26 July to 20 August, 2010 (M1&M2) in Phnom Penh and from 6-12 September, 2010 (M3) in Nagoya. Totally, 32 (31 for Japan session) participants completed the program. The seventh course for senior-level officials was conducted from 21-25 February 2011 in Phnom Penh, Cambodia and from 07-11 March 2011 in Nagoya, Japan; 24 participants completed the program.

 

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1st Course, Senior-level, Module 2 (Japan): March 29-April 5, 2009
 
After the course at GSID Guided tour at TOYOTA Commemorative Museum of Industry and Technology
Oil Press Factory of oilseed rape, Oomachi-city Participants after the training course at Nakanojima Center Building, Osaka
2nd Course, Mid-level, Module 3 (1st Batch, Japan): August 30-September 5, 2009

 

Participants of the 1st batch in front of Nagoya University Toyoda Memorial Hall

Guided tour at TOYOTA Commemorative Museum of Industry and Technology
3rd Course, Mid-level, Module 3 (2nd Batch, Japan): September 6-12, 2009

 

Participants of the 2nd batch in front of the GSID gate

Scene from one of the lectures
4th Course, Senior-level, Module 2: From 4-10 April 2010 in Japan (Nagoya)

 
Participants of the senior-level at the GSID gate Guided tour at Osaka Stock Exchange  
5th Course, Mid-level, Module 3 (1st Batch, Japan): 30 August-03 September 2010

 
Participants of the mid-level at Motomachi Plant of Toyota Guided tour at Osaka Stock Exchange  
6th Course, Mid-level, Module 3 (2nd Batch, Japan): 6-10 September 2010

 
Participants of the mid-level at the GSID gate Participants of the mid-level at TOYOTA Commemorative Museum of Industry and Technology
7th Course, Senior-level, Module 2 (Japan): 7-11 March 2011

 
Participants of the senior-level at the GSID gate Participants of the senior-level at TOYOTA Commemorative Museum of Industry and Technology