What is PJP?
The Philippines-Japan NGO Partnership (PJP) was established in February 2006, through the efforts and encouragement of ACC21, the healthy partnership between Japanese and Philippine NGOs, and through the efforts of NGO leaders who were interested in utilizing Japan's ODA. Given the number of Philippine NGOs and the number of Japanese NGOs having branches or registered in the Philippines, PJP aims to promote stronger partnerships between NGOs of Japan and the Philippines with the primary concern of reducing poverty in the Philippines.
PJP is the counterpart organization of JPN. It focuses on co-hosting Joint Symposiums (held three times as of 2010), conducting Research Studies, Advocacy and Development of Partnership Programs, and is working towards the realization of the Philippines-Japan NGO Partnership Fund Concept. As of July, 2014, there are 16 Japanese organizations and 2 individual.
C/O Caucus of Development NGO Networks (CODE-NGO)
PJP Member Organizations
Association of Foundations (AF)
http://www.code-ngo.org/home/ Development Action for Women Network(DAWN)
http://www.dawnphil.org/nihongopage.htm IBON Foundation,Inc. (IBON)
http://ibon.org/ Institute for Migration and Development Issues (IMDI)
Konkokyo Peace Activity Center Information Office,Inc. (KPACIO, Inc.)
http://www.konkokyo.or.jp/kpac/philippines/ （in Japanese only） National Confederation of Cooperatives (NATCCO)
http://www.natcco.coop/ National Council of Social Development (NCSD)
http://www.angelfire.com/country/ncsd/ Partnership for Development Assistance in the Philippines, Inc.
http://www.pdap.net/ Peace and Equity Foundation (PEF)
http://www.pef.ph/ Philippine Partnership for the Development of Human Resources in Rural Areas (PhilDHRRA)
http://phildhrra.net/ Partnership of Philippine Support Service Agencies (PHILSSA)
http://www.philssa.org.ph/ PREDA Foundation, Inc.
http://www.preda.org/main/ Visayan Forum Foundation, Inc.(VF)
http://www.visayanforum.org/portal/ Maligaya House
http://www.jfcnet.org/modules/english/ （JFC Network） Asian Partnership for the Development of Human Resources in Rural Asia (AsiaDHRRA)
- Ms. Faina Lucero Diola
（July 25th, 2014）