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Monday, December 7, 2009

The Last 11 KOVs Arrive in Cambodia (English Version)

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Translation from local newspaper
Raksmei Kampuchea Daily Newspaper
Year 17, volume 5065, Saturday, December 05, 2009
Contact: 023 224605
The Last 11 KOVs Arrive in Cambodia



The Last 11 KOVs Arrive in Cambodia, Picture by KOICA Cambodia Office The Last 11 KOVs Arrive in Cambodia
Phnom Penh: The last team of Korea Overseas Volunteers for 2009 cooperation has arrived at Pochentong International Airport at the night of December 03, 2009, under the coordination of Korea International Cooperation Agency office in Cambodia.

This KOV team consists of 11 members including 6 females. They come to work without pay for Cambodian governmental institutions which is part of the human resource exchange and development effort between the Kingdom of Cambodia and the Republic of Korea.

According to KOICA office in Cambodia, among the 11 KOVs, there are 3 Korean language teachers, 5 Nurses, 1 Taekwondo Trainer, 1 computer teachers and 1 veteran who will work for certain governmental institutions like hospital, health centers, universities, training centers under 4 ministries—Ministry of Education, Ministry of Labor and Vocational Training, Ministry of Health and Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries—in Phnom Penh city and in other 5 provinces—Ratanakiri, Pailin, Kratie, Banteay Meanchey and Kampot.

This KOV team will officially start there services from January 25, 2010 until December 03, 2011, after almost 2-months in-country training in Cambodia which focuses on intensive Khmer language training, and such necessary information as Cambodian’s way of life, socioeconomic, cultural and political situation in Cambodia so that they will be able to easily adopt to their working environment in the localities.

Since 2003, KOICA which is the Korean Government’s Agency has been dispatching up to 193 Korean volunteers to work in 18 city and provinces in Cambodia; most of them have already gone back to Korea after completing their 2-year services. In average, there are 70 active KOVs every year. According to high demand from Cambodia site, the average number of KOVs yearly will be increased.

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