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The United States and Japan pursue a common agenda

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Title: The United States and Japan pursue a common agenda
Authors: Westley, Sidney B.
LC Subject Headings: Population assistance, American
Population assistance, Japanese
United States - Relations - Japan
Japan - Relations - United States
Issue Date: 1996
Publisher: Honolulu: East-West Center
Series/Report no.: Asia-Pacific population & policy ; no. 39
Abstract: In 1993, The United States and Japan launched the Common Agenda for Cooperation in Global Perspective. The goal is to apply the combined resources of the world's two largest economies to programs in five areas of global importance. One of these areas is the promotion of health and human development, which includes initiatives in population and HIV/AIDS, children's health, women in development, and emerging and re-emerging infectious diseases. Several cooperative activities in these areas are already in progress.
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Pages/Duration: 4 pages
Appears in Collections:Asia-Pacific Population & Policy

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