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|What is JSAC?|
|JSAC, Japan Assistance Team for Small Arms Management in Cambodia, is a project team established for the implementation of "Peace Building and Comprehensive Small Arms Management Program". This Program is a grant aid for conflict prevention and peace building
provided by the Government of Japan to the Royal Government of Cambodia.
JSAC was established by Japan International Cooperation System (JICS) for the implementation of Program, and is not a non-governmental organization (NGO).
|JSAC Staff (Last Members)|
Seng Khun (Kampong Thom Office)
Chheang Se (Battambang Office)
（Total 6 staff）
|April 2003 − September 2005 （30 months）
September 2005 − April 2008 （31 months）
|JPY 450,000,000 from the Government of Japan
JPY 466,000,000 from the Government of Japan
|Program Implementing Agency and Partners|
|Ministry of Interior, Royal Government of Cambodia (General Commisariat of National Police）
Ministry of National Defense, Royal Government of Cambodia
Regional Authorities (Provincial Government, District Government, Commune Councils, Village Chiefs)
Cambodian Mine Action Centre （CMAC)
|Establishment of JSAC|
|2001||April: Japan Government supports "Weapons for Development" Project implemented
by EU-ASAC in Pursat Province through Grassroots Grant Aid.
October: Former JSAC Project Manager Mr. Kentaro Gemma starts feasibility study for the Comprehensive Small Arms Management Program in Cambodia funded by the Japan Government.
|2003||January: The Exchange of Notes (E/N) between the Royal Government of Cambodia
and the Government of Japan took place for the Program "Peace Building and Comprehensive Small Arms Management Program in Cambodia."
March: Japan International Cooperation Systems (JICS) signed the Agent Agreement with the Ministry of Interior for coordination and the procurement of the Program.
April: JICS established JSAC to start the Program activities.
|2005||January: Exchange of Notes (E/N) was concluded between the Royal Government of
Cambodia and the Government of Japan for Phase 2 of the Project.
February: JICS signed the Agent Agreement with the Ministry of Interior for Phase 2 of the Program.
September: JSAC started Phase 2 of the Program.
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