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Tuesday, March 9, 2010

KOVs in Cambodia to Reach 80 in 2010 (English Version)

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KOVs in Cambodia to Reach 80 in 2010

KOICA news release translated from local newspaper

Raksmei Kampuchea Daily Newspaper: Year 18, volume 5142, Friday, March 05, 2010

Editorial Office 023 225 605

KOVs in Cambodia to Reach 80 in 2010

Phnom Penh: The total number of active KOVs in Cambodia reached to 76 after the first group of 2010 KOV had arrived at Pochentong International Airport at the night of March 02, 2010, under the coordination of Korea International Cooperation Agency office in Cambodia.

The 9-member KOV team, 5 females, who come to work voluntarily for Cambodian governmental institutions, is part of human resource development cooperation effort between the Kingdom of Cambodia and the Republic of Korea.

According to KOICA office in Cambodia, the 9 KOVs own different working skills like dress making, computer, civil engineering, music, and Korean language education. They will work for certain governmental institutions like primary schools, high schools, provincial training centers, national institute, and university under Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport, and Ministry of Labor and Vocational Training in Phnom Penh city and other 5 provinces: Pailin, Battambang, Prey Veng, Siem Reap, and Takeo province.

This KOV team will officially start there respective services from April 26, 2010 until March 01, 2012, after almost 2-months in-country training in Cambodia which focuses on intensive Khmer language 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.

Be noted that since 2003, KOICA, a Korean government’s agency, has been dispatching over 200 Korean volunteers to work in certain strategic sectors like education, health, rural development and vocational training in 18 city and provinces in Cambodia, which is part of its grand aid program to government for social and economic development in Cambodia.


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