KOICAKorea International Cooperation Agency
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In response to Sri Lanka governments request, KOICA extensively analyzed various factors such as status and development potential of oceanic industries and their contribution to the national economy, their forward and backward linkages, the stakeholders interests and the future market expansion as a whole in several feasibility studies, and then prioritized the areas for principal support in accordance with the Sri Lankan governments policies for economic growth, employment creation and increasing the foreign exchange earnings.
Les dossiers doivent etre envoyes au bureau de la KOICA en Tunisie avant le 2 Mars 2018.
As a part of the efforts, an "innovation committee" composed of 15 experts from civic society and academia is looking into the past management of KOICA.
Science and Technology Minister Architect Yeafesh Osman, Ambassador of the Republic of Korea Ahn Seong-doo, Country Director of KOICA Bangladesh Office Joe Hyun-Gue, Acting President of Korea Cultural Heritage Foundation (KCHF) Lee Hyang-soo, UNESCO Representative Beatrice Kaldun, Director General of BNM Faizul Latif Chowdhury, officials and experts from the Ministry, National Museum and KOICA and all the fellowers were present in the workshop.
She added that KOICA and Taawon will continue to work hand-in-hand to address the development challenges in Palestine, particularly the youth employment challenge.
Korean Ambassador in Amman Lee Bom-yon announced various projects that being implemented by KOICA in Amman and the surrounding regions, including building three healthcare centres and a school for students with hearing impairments in Marka.
The agreement was signed by Yoon Jeehyun, Resident Representative of KOICA office in Tunisia, Ameur Bechir, CEO of STEG and Khalil Kammoun, Director General of Bilateral Cooperation in the Ministry of Development, Investment and International Cooperation.
Especially, KOICA Training Programs benefited more than 1000 officials since 1992 and this year several officials avail trainings and master scholarship, having a significant contribution in human resources development of Pakistan.
KOICA has also decided to reconstruct a district hospital and pre-fab health posts in Nuwakot, earmarking $8m for the reconstruction project and the procurement of medical equipment.
The opening ceremony was attended by KOICA President Kim Young-mok, heads of diplomatic missions, representatives of the Foreign Ministry and the National Assembly of Korea.
Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA) has celebrated the opening ceremony of Kufr Nima' Industrial School (KNSIS) in the presence of Vice President of KOICA Mr Doo Jung-Soo, the Korean Representative to PA Mr Woong-Chul Pak, Minister of Education Dr.