EBARA Technology to be Adopted as an Industrial Vocational Training Program in Africa
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Since its founding, EBARA has contributed to solving social problems through its business. One of the company's goals set out in its long-term vision, E-Vision 2030, is to provide water to 600 million people worldwide. They hope to contribute to the realization of a water and food secure society, especially in regions where population growth and economic development will strain existing resources.
This program, funded by Japan's Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry, targets local engineers and industrial personnel in Africa. The program aims to teach Japanese companies' technologies that contribute to sustainable development to local engineers and professionals, who will then disseminate the learned technologies in their own countries. This is the first time that such a program has been implemented in Africa by UNIDO ITPO Tokyo.
Through this program, EBARA will promote technology transfer in Africa. At the same time, it will expand it's pump business through EBARA PUMPS SOUTH AFRICA (PTY) LTD.
Countries covered: South Africa
Technology to be transferred: Pump technology for sustainable water distribution
Project period: May 2023 - March 2025
The Tokyo Office of UNIDO (Tokyo Investment and Technology Transfer Promotion Office of the United Nations Industrial Development Organization) was established in March 1981 based on an agreement signed by the Government of Japan with the United Nations Industrial Development Organization of UNIDO (United Nations Industrial Development Organization to promote direct investment and technology transfer from Japan in order to support the sustainable economic development of developing and emerging countries.
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