Etison Sadang, Jr., Customs Officer II at Port Customs Inspection & Enforcement Division, Ministry of Finance, has been accepted to attend a JICA Knowledge Co-creation Program, Customs Administration.  The program aims to enable participants to identify issues that need to be addressed to improve customs policy and administration in their countries and to develop action plans for customs reform and modernization.

Participants will gain an overall picture of customs administration and understand the

current state of customs administration enforcement in Japan, mainly through a series of lectures, observations and study tours conducted by Japan Customs.  Discussions among participants and lecturers and presentations of Country Reports and Action Plans by participants will also provide opportunities to exchange information on the current status of customs administration in their countries and to identify potential challenges.

The course period will be from September 18 to October 14. 

To learn more about this and other JICA Programs, contact the Ministry of State or JICA Palau Office, or visit or Facebook, JICA Palau Office.

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