Hiroshima G7 Global Health Task Force Recommendations for the G7 Meetings in Japan

JCIE and Hiroshima G7 Task Force Members meet with Seiji Kihara and Keizo Takemi for the launch of the Task Force's Recommendations to the G7

This report, available in both English and Japanese, outlines the Task Force for Promoting Pharmaceutical and Medical Device Regulatory Harmonization in Asia’s strategy recommendations for a COVID-19 emergency response.

The US and Japan as G7 Champions of Health and Democracy

“The U.S.-Japan alliance, which has been the bedrock for peace and security in the Indo-Pacific region for over 70 years, is as strong as ever today…. Now is the time to build on the strength of this alliance to enhance their global collaboration, particularly to strengthen health security and democratic resilience.”  In this op-ed published […]

Isao Kano Takes the Helm of JCIE/Japan

JCIE/Japan is pleased to announce that Mr. Isao Kano has been appointed as the organization’s new President and CEO, effective April 1,  2023. Mr. Kano brings a wealth of international management experience to JCIE. He enjoyed a four-decade-long career at Mitsubishi Corporation, during which he was posted to seven locations around the world, focusing on mineral […]

Friends of the Global Fund Organize “Global Fund’s Reach in Fragile, Crisis Settings” Event on the Sidelines of the 7th Replenishment

Three people sit at a table while another speaks at a podium.

On the sidelines of the Global Fund’s Seventh Replenishment Conference, an event co-hosted by Friends of the Global Fund, Japan (a JCIE initiative) was held, focusing on the Global Fund’s reach in fragile, crisis settings.

Webinar | Building Dementia-Friendly Communities in Asia Pacific

As we face an era of global aging, the number of people living with dementia is projected to double by 2040, and the majority will be living in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs). Such regions have fewer of the resources needed to cope with dementia-related care compared to high-income countries. As the disease progresses, increasing […]