Globalization offers the tremendous opportunity for development throughout the world. However, there are many people missed out on those benefits and suffer from poverty.
In September 2000, the Millennium Declaration adopted at the United Nations Millennium Summit, and world leaders agreed to a set of goals and targets for combating poverty, hunger, diseases, illiteracy, environmental destruction and discrimination against women.
Our country takes a positive attitude toward those challenges of international society in the 21st Century. At the same time, our government calls for reform of the United Nations so that it can more effectively address the problems in the international society.
Japan's Official Development Assistance (ODA), providing supports in many areas such as education, water and health, is the second largest in the world. In addition, Japan has extended reconstruction assistance to Iraq and Afghanistan, as well as recovery and rehabilitation assistance in the countries affected by recent disasters. Nevertheless, Japan's ODA of which financial resource is the tax paid by Japanese people is not well known to the Japanese taxpayer. It is most important that Japan's ODA achieves greater transparency and efficiency.
Founded in 1987, International Techno Center Co., Ltd. has provided consulting services for grant aid and loan assistance under Japan's ODA in the health sector, and worked in forty developing countries and former socialist countries up to now.
In May 2005, we acquired ISO9001:2000 and established our own quality control management system. We continue our effort on further improvement of consulting services, and make positive contribution to society through our work.
Kazuhiro Abe, President