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Balu Chaung Hydroelectric Power Generation Project

This hydroelectric power plant was constructed in the Republic of the Union of Myanmar in 1954 under harsh natural conditions and challenging social circumstances. It is widely recognized to be a project that became the foundation of Japan's Official Development Assistance (ODA).

Matadi Bridge Construction Project

The Matadi Bridge is a suspension bridge that was constructed in 1983 in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. This major ODA project entailed the construction of a bridge in Africa, 20,000 km from Japan.

Laem Chabang Port Construction Project

Construction of the Port of Laem Chabang began in 1987. Laem Chabang Port is now the largest container handling port in Thailand and plays a major role in the economic development of the country.

TTC/NCTS Project

This project is an example of long-term support for personnel training and capacity-building for traffic infrastructure in the Philippines.

Bosphorus Strait Trans-strait Railroad
Construction Project

This project received high praise for successfully completing the construction of the world's deepest undersea immersed tunnel (maximum depth 60m), an effort that was only made possible by overcoming immense technological difficulties.

JABOTABEK Railway Transportation Project

This project is an infrastructure development project for the Jabotabek region, which is the area surrounding Jakarta, the capital of the Republic of Indonesia. This project was highly recognized as a successful example of supporting capacity building over the long term.

Port of Colombo Development Project

In the 1980s, the Port of Colombo, construction began on container terminals and the port acquired cargo loading machinery through international yen loans – these were made possible by plans drafted with technological assistance from Japan.

Suez Canal Improvement Project

The Japanese government assisted in the 1975 expansion of the Suez Canal by making a 38 billion yen loan for the first expansion project. Prior to that, however, Japanese engineering and construction companies had contributed to the expansion efforts in 1961 by contracting with the Suez Canal Authority.