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Tokyo Development Learning Center Fiscal Year 2019-2020 : Annual Report (English)

This Annual Report provides a review of Tokyo Development Learning Center's (TDLC) work program over the past fiscal year (FY20) and TDLC’s overall impact during Phase 3. The report summarizes both ongoing and new initiatives undertaken by TDLC through its four core activities: Technical Deep Dives (TDDs) and events, operational support, insights and publications, and the City Partnership Program (CPP). These activities are synergized with innovations, technology, and demand-driven development solutions from Japan, and respond to developing countries’ urban development needs in an efficient and timely manner. The report also highlights all the partnerships, support systems, activities, and media coverage that TDLC leveraged in FY20.

Details

  • Document Date

    2020/09/24

  • Document Type

    Annual Report

  • Report Number

    150769

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    World,

  • Region

    The World Region,

  • Disclosure Date

    2020/07/17

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    Tokyo Development Learning Center Fiscal Year 2019-2020 : Annual Report

  • Keywords

    urban development; information and communication technology; support for investment; disruptive technology; demand-driven development; access to basic service; travel need; Global Development Learning Network; External and Corporate Relations; transfer of real resource; integrated solid waste management; new communities; global best practice; Development Policy Financing; cross-cutting themes; site visits; investments in infrastructure; operations and maintenance; knowledge and learning; source of financing; waste management facilities; Board of Governors; organization development; Urban Development Topic; growth and development; water supply management; private sector engagement; disaster risk management; affordable housing construction; City Partnership Program; level of readiness; urban development agenda; application of knowledge; internet of things; sources of knowledge; municipal government; knowledge exchange; global knowledge; partner city; practical knowledge; artificial intelligence; plastic waste; action planning; Program of Activities; conference room; global experience; regional distribution; weather data; low-income settlement; knowledge acceleration; external partner; research activities; thematic area; research activity; connectivity infrastructure; home country; participation rate; knowledge network; learning opportunity; home countries; private company; value chain; Land tenure; balanced growth; 3d printing; city resilience; client representative mar; Knowledge Hub; environmental governance; economic efficiency; Healthy cities; social impact; income inequality; ministerial committee; interested stakeholders; technical expertise; mitigating risk; emerging economy; Emerging economies; institutional framework; machine learning; creating opportunity; remote sensing; Land Registry; social consideration; learning material; affordable price; Disaster Management; satellite imaging; plastic parts; research initiative; tech company; subject matter; positive impact; peer learning; urban upgrade; community solution; new market; field visits; metropolitan planning; land use; event management; land title; urban flood; construction method; citizen engagement; comparative advantage; big data; knowledge institution; Cultural Heritage; Urban Governance; social disaster; sewage management; Municipal Finance; municipal management; green infrastructure; territorial development; delegation representing; diverse stakeholder; informal settlement; peer-to-peer learning; knowledge dissemination; external stakeholder; Blue Economy; innovative solution; Advisory services; structured learning; open knowledge; knowledge product; portfolio type; ocean environment; business operators; local stakeholder; environmental initiative; historical development; waste product; garbage disposal; financial mechanism; refuse collection; capital expenditure; non-profit organization; economic crisis; waste exchange; operational staff; diverse impact; Distance Learning; local solution; emergency measure; informal worker; informal business; waste separation; production process; social empowerment; need for service; health products; financial incentive; management policy; waste technology; concrete solid; financial inclusion; environmental field; research institution; noncommercial purposes; research institutions; subsidiary right; energy technology; environmental conservation; regional policy; industrial complex; Global Programs; file sharing; e-learning module; community building; IT Programs; city official; new technology; food waste; inventory level; support system; outside activities; media coverage; food demand; tourism capacity; government entity; food sector; important component; modular construction; Solar Power; medical supply; room temperature; primary care; knowledge generation; remote area; digital storage; waste processing; operational procedure; social media; sustainable financing; inclusive growth; waste composition; waste generation

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Tokyo Development Learning Center Fiscal Year 2019-2020 : Annual Report (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/316491594366849625/Tokyo-Development-Learning-Center-Fiscal-Year-2019-2020-Annual-Report