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The policies included not only disseminating knowledge about AIDS prevention to the public, providing counseling to People Living with AIDS, and training counselors but also undertaking international-level responses such as training programs about the AIDS issue with neighboring Asian countries (JCIE 2004, 27).
Japan dedicated $3 billion for the issue of population and AIDS and 2 percent was shared for global HIV/AIDS projects including blood supply, research, and improvement of technology (JCIE 2004, 33-34).
(18.) The papers presented at the session on human security were by Tadashi Yamamoto, President of the Japan Centre for International Exchange (JCIE), and Barry Buzan, Professor of International Studies at the University of Westminster.