Japan’s Kishida Pledges $30 Billion in African Aid at Tunis Summit



Japan pledged $30 billion in aid for development in Africa on Saturday, Aug. 27, saying it wants to work more closely with the continent.

“Japan will invest a total of $30 billion [in aid for development in Africa[ over the next three years in public and private sectors. First, specifically, we will promote the growth of green energy. We will launch the Green Growth Initiative in Africa and invest $4 billion in public and private sectors,” Kishida said.