KOICAKorea International Cooperation Agency
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'It will allow the Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum to network with national bodies with activities related to Khmer Rouge history and peace-building initiatives, as well as similar institutions around the world,' Koica said.
Employees of the Food Products' Procurement and Supply Company under the Azerbaijani Agriculture Ministry are participating in the "Improvement of food products procurement and supply system" training organized by the KOICA in South Korea.
"We are very grateful for the Government's leadership and KOICA's continued investment in resilience building to strengthen lives and livelihoods of Sri Lanka's children and their families.
are few of the most common cyber related crimes that are accelerating in the country leading to cybercrimes being reported every day, according to a media release issued by KOICA. KOICA in cooperation with Bangladesh Police has been supporting Bangladesh Police, CID through its bilateral projects and fellowship programs to develop capacity building plan for cybercrime investigation and create strategic mechanisms.
Addressing at the occasion, Country Director KOICA Pakistan office, Chung Jong Hyok welcomed the participants and said that these scholarship programs will strengthen respective areas between both countries.
The press service of the organization reported the event was attended by Head of the KOICA Representative Office in the Kyrgyz Republic O Dongil, Acting Director of the State Personnel Service Bakytbek Sagynbayev and Deputy Director Oleg Tarbinsky.
The minister thanked KOICA for the provided assistance in the social-economic development of Kyrgyzstan and noted the effective implementation of the Tunduk project and expressed hope for further support to this project.
I hope that we can expand our cooperation at this time and for the coming future,' Dominguez told the South Korean delegation led by Koica President Lee Mikyung.
The event was part of the Panay Island Sustainable Rural Development Project, worth $6.5 million, funded by a grant from KOICA and implemented through Hankyong National University in Gyeonggi Province.
KOICA is offering master's degree scholarships to government officials in the field of Governance, Rural Development, Health, Technology, Environment and Energy and Education.
KOICA has providedmore than $250 million in grant aid to the Philippines,greatly contributing tothe development of Filipino lives since 1991.The countrynowstands as the third largest recipient of Korean grants.