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Tuesday, July 3, 2012

More 16 Korea Overseas Volunteers Dispatched through KOICA to work in Cambodia

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Phnom Penh, 3 July 2012: Upon the request from Cambodian Government, 16 more Korea Overseas Volunteers has been dispatched to Cambodia on July 2, 2012 under the coordination of Korea International Cooperation Agency office (KOICA) in Cambodia.

All of the volunteers have their 2-year mission to work for Cambodian governmental institutions to share their expertise, knowledge, and experiences in order to make practical contributions to socio-economic development in Cambodia. According to KOICA office in Phnom Penh, the 16 volunteers including 13 females and 3 males specialize in such fields as Engineering, Science, Community development, Art, Music, Health care/Nurse, and Korean language.

After 2 months of local training program in Phnom Penh, they will officially start their work in provinces such as Banteay Meanchhey, Mondolkiri, Pailin, Battambong, Kompong Thom, Prey Veng, Pusat, Svay Reing, Takeo, Stung Treng Province and Phnom Penh city. This training program focuses on intensive Khmer language training, and getting such necessary information as Cambodian’s life, socioeconomic, cultural and political situation in Cambodia. And this program will help them to easily adapt to their working environment in the localities for 2 years.

Be noted that since 2003, KOICA which is a Korean government’s agency, has been dispatching over 300 Korean volunteers to work in certain strategic sectors like education, health, and rural development in Cambodia, which is part of its grand aid program for socio-economic development cooperation in Cambodia.


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