IJF will work for the continuance of the following initiatives which was ideated and catalyzed by India Center through the India-Japan Global Partnership..
DMIC is India's most ambitious infrastructure initiatives. It is conceived to be developed as a Model Industrial Corridor of international standards with emphasis on expanding the manufacturing and services base. DMIC is developed as the "Global Manufacturing and Trading Hub" while integrating 7 states to the benefit of the entire region in terms of generating 3 million job opportunities & triple industrial output in next 9 years.
VAKYO was constituted to connect the heritage cultural cities of Varanasi and Kyoto through the India Japan Global Partnership and to derive inspiration from Kyoto towards the development of Varanasi as a Smart Heritage City. This initiative was developed and proposed to the governments of India and Japan, which was signed on 30th August 2014 during the visit of Indian Prime Minister- Shri Narendra Modi to Japan
TABC involves developing Buddhist Nodes along a Corridor, to streamline the facilities & access available to tourists going to Buddhist Heritage Sites. ADO will motivate & guide the establishment of TABC, working with private & public partners & policymakers to expedite the process. This venture will be a joint development project between India, Japan & Nepal making it the India-Japan-Nepal Global Partnership in Tourism & Set up Buddhist Nodes for Technology, infrastructure & services to form a Buddhist Corridor.
Smart Knowledge & Agriculture Corridor is proposed to cover approximately 51% of the total geographical area of India while emphasizing on Policies, Processing, Packaging, Preservation and Power. It encompasses 13 states of India in the northern region. Based on unique PPP model, SKAC will provide an effective, technical & commercial high-end platform to Indian agriculture industry while ensuring overall Food Security of India as well as the world.
The REI is a multi-pronged strategy to cater to the increasing demands of energy security in India. It aims to enable Renewable Energy Collaboration Mechanisms to create energy success stories in socio-economic and business domains.
HCI aims to cut down the cost of healthcare services by an average of 50-70% per hospital by shifting from a high Capital Expenditure (Capex) based exploitative model to an Operational Expenditure (Opex) based model. HCI envisions a universal cover of healthcare services by promoting the concept of Self Care and empowering people to stay healthy. The operational model for HCI will be PPPP (People, Public and Private Partnership), through which it will garner support and assistance from various research institutes, financial establishments, pharmaceutical manufacturers, insurance providers, etc.
ATM will work towards adoption of sustainable transport including the integration and balanced development of all modes. It will cover all modes and forms of transport including public, private, passenger or freight.
The initiative has an integrated plan to improve performance, cost- effectiveness and accessibility of sustainable alternatives to transportation.
IJF will work towards the catalyzation of the following ADM-based initiatives:
The Global Partnership Summit evolved from the India Japan Global Partnership (IJGPS) initiative and is perceived as a manifestation platform to integrate ideologies, ideas, initiatives, projects, processes, people and policies together. GPS 2020 is proposed to be held in Norway.
African continent representing 1/6th of Humanity is another socio-economic lab for Alternative Development Model. The partnership's aim is to replicate and achieve similar success in Africa as it achieved in India though its ADM based initiatives
Norway could be the nucleus of the Alternative Development Model (ADM) we are proposing for our region. Emulating and inspired by the Nordic sensibility towards development could be the solution that can summarily change our world for the better.