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Wednesday, February 8, 2012

Donation of Library Equipment by KOICA Costing about $30,000 to University of Battambang

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KOICA News Release: trainslation from local newspaper
Rasmei Kampuchea Daily:
Vol.20, #5725, Friday, February 3, 2012

Battambang: Last February 2, 2012, the University of Battambang (UBB) held the donation of library equipment and inauguration ceremony of E-Library system which was donated by the Korean International Cooperation Agency (KOICA) to the University of Battambang (UBB). The ceremony was presided over by H.E. Pit Chamnan, Secretary of State of the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport (MoEYS), Dr. Touch Visalsok, President of University of Battambang (UBB) as well as UBB’s professors and around 500 students have also attended the ceremony. 

The University of Battambang (UBB) was an outstanding university in Cambodia in the field of research and development (R&D), especially in the field of science, agricultural technique, business and rural development, said Dr. Touch Visalsok, President of University of Battambang (UBB) during the ceremony. He added that to achieve its goal, UBB would continue to benefit from, and contribute to, a highly productive relationship with the local community, government and non-governmental organizations, industrial companies, and consortium universities in the region and world. He also added that the study of student and professor was relied on library resources. Therefore, the donation from KOICA, costing 27,200 US dollars, was the great contribution to the improvement of study through university’s research and development (R&D). 

H.E. Pit Chamnan, Secretary of State of the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport said that all of us lived in the era of globalization, where each and every country was closely interconnected to one another. Therefore, all students must learn from Korean volunteer because Korea became rich country in Asia since 1945 until now and it was advanced in technology. What the key to Korea’s success was the power of human resources development (HRD), he added.


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