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Sunday, September 12, 2010

9 KOVs and Surgeon Arrives in Cambodia

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KOICA news release translated from local newspaper
Raksmei Kampuchea Daily Newspaper: Year 18, volume 5207, Wednesday, May 26, 2010
Editorial Office 023 225 605

Check the article in Khmer as follows:


9 KOVs and Surgeon Arrives in Cambodia



Phnom Penh: Upon the request from Cambodian Government, more 8 Korea Overseas Volunteers and one voluntary Korean surgeon has been dispatched to Cambodia on May 19, 2010 under the under the coordination of Korea International Cooperation Agency office in Cambodia.


According to the news release of KOICA in Cambodia issued on Saturday May 22, 2010, the volunteers have their 2-year mission to work for Cambodian governmental institutions to share their expertise, knowledge, and experience in order to make practical contributions to socio-economic development in Cambodia.


The 9 volunteers including 7 females specialize in such fields as Korean language, tourism, nurse, computer, arts and medical doctor. After two-month in-country training in Cambodia, they will officially start their works respectively with certain governmental institutions like Institute of Foreign Language and Calmette hospital in Phnom Penh, Provincial Training Center in Siem Reap, Koh Kong and Stung Treng, Battambang University in Battambang, Buthorng Tes Anlong primary school in Rantankiri, Kroko primary school in Kratie, and Provincial Hospital in Kampot province.


The same news release added that since 2003, KOICA which is a Korean government’s agency has been dispatching over 200 Korean volunteers to work in certain strategic sectors like education, health, and rural development in 18 capital and provinces in Cambodia, which is part of its grand aid program for socio-economic development cooperation in Cambodia. This group of Korean volunteers adds up the current number of active volunteers to 79 as of May 19, 2010.

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