Japan’s bilateral aid arm welcomed a new leader at the start of October. And he's promised to do his “utmost to foster trust and earn even more praise from both the international community and the Japanese people.”
Succeeding Akihiko Tanaka, new Japan International Cooperation Agency President Shinichi Kitaoka previously served as president of the International University of Japan. He is also a former deputy permanent representative of Japan to the United Nations.
Below are a few more major appointments in October across the international development community:
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