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Thursday, May 6, 2010

KOICA Provides 3.3 Million USD to Ministry of Health

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"KOICA signed on Record of Discussion (R/D) to provide 3.3 Million US Dollars to the Ministry of Health for the “Project for the Strengthening of the Siem Reap Provincial Hospital Services in Cambodia" on Friday, May 7, 2010 at 10:00 at the Ministry of Health under the presidency of H.E. Prof. Eng Huot, Secretary of State of the Ministry of Health and Mr. Kim Byung-gwan, Resident Representative of KOICA Cambodia Office.

A survey team of KOICA visited the Kingdom of Cambodia from May 3 to 7, 2010 for the purpose of working out the details of the Project for the Strengthening of the Siem Reap Provincial Hospital Services in Cambodia.

During their stay in Cambodia, they visited Ministry of Health, Construction Companies, some hospitals and also discussed more details of the project with Dr. Dy Bunchhem, Director of Siem Reap provincial Health Department, Dr. Pen Palkun, Director of Siem Reap Provincial Hospital in Siem Reap.

The objectives of the project are:

a.      Improve the capacity of medical services in the Siem Reap Provincial Hospital by the establishment of a mother and child medical center and the training of doctors and nurses.

b.      Strengthen the public health sector of Cambodia by applying Korean expertise and practices.

The Project will be implemented for a period of two years (2010-2012) starting with the exchange of diplomatic notes between two governments. The Project will be implemented in designated areas in Siem Reap Provincial Hospital.

KOICA and the MOH will cooperate in performing the following tasks to achieve the Project objectives by:

a.Construct a mother and child medical center that is equipped with diagnostic and   treatment facilities.

b.Provide necessary medical equipment for the medical center.

c.Provide a training program for doctors and nurses.

d.Dispatch Korean experts".


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