Background and Objective

In order to sustain resilient social development that is capable of adapting to climate change, bidirectional international education programs will be implemented targeting students ranging from undergraduates to master’s and doctoral degree students. These programs will be implemented based on the tradition & Performance of Kyoto University’s Asia-/Field-orientated Fieldwork Education/Research and the foundation established by a previous project, the “Consortium for International Human Resource Development for Disaster-Resilient Countries.”

Possibilities for Future Expansion

Universities will collaborate with national governments, international organizations,and private companies to continue and further expand projects, securing support through acquisition of external financing and collaboration with universities / governments / international organizations and private companies.

Climate change in Indochina peninsula

Establishment of an international education exchange platform by targeting all Indochina countries severely affected by climate change.

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