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Filipino civil personnel will receive a P129 million scholarship from Japan.

According to the Japanese Embassy in Manila, Japan has set aside 314 million yen (about PHP129 million) to provide scholarships to young Filipino public officials.

Kazuhiko Koshikawa, the ambassador of Japan to the Philippines, and Enrique Manalo, the secretary of foreign affairs, exchanged notes for the 21st batch of the Japanese Grant Aid (JDS) Project’s Human Resource Development Scholarship on September 16.

“The JDS fellows will have the chance to develop their skills through this program and become authorities in their specialized sectors. This is a part of Japan’s assistance to the Philippine government’s programs for the development of human resources, “said the embassy.

As part of its official development assistance to the Philippines, the Japanese government has funded the JDS, a scheme that provides scholarships.

It strives to aid in the nation’s socioeconomic development and enable government personnel to realize their full potential.

A total of 20 fellows from the 20th Batch were sent off by the embassy in August, increasing the total number of fellows Japan funded from the Philippines to 419.

The embassy has not yet announced the commencement of the application, but interested individuals can check the JDS Philippines website for updates at https://jds-scholarship.org/country/philippines

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