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Office: Japan
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Address: UNICEF House 4-6-12, Takanawa Minato-ku, Tokyo 108-8607 Japan
E-mail(s): unicefjc@unicef.or.jp
Contact person: Yasuhisa Shiozaki, Japan’s Vice-Senior Foreign Minister
Phone: +81 3 5467 4431
Sectors: Human Rights, Humanitarian Aid & Emergen ... See more Human Rights, Humanitarian Aid & Emergency, Youth
Nr. of employees: 51-200
Types: Multilateral Multilateral
Status: Active

Description

UNICEF maintains a Headquarters office in Tokyo, Japan. (UNICEF also has Headquarters offices in several other locations around the world.) The UNICEF Tokyo office coordinates the organization’s policy dialogue, resource mobilization, advocacy and communication/public information functions with respect to policy makers in Japan. UNICEF Tokyo works to maintain good donor relations with the Government of Japan, the third largest contributor among donor governments in 2004. The Government of Japan was the top donor in 2004 for emergency assistance. 

UNICEF Tokyo also seeks to broaden and strengthen partnerships with the Parliamentary League for UNICEF, academia, research institutions, the media, private sector organizations, non-governmental and other civil society organizations, in order to raise the profile of children’s rights on Japan’s development agenda. The office organizes workshops and seminars to promote UNICEF’s policy concerns in development and humanitarian assistance.

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