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Message from KOICA Pakistan

It is my pleasure to welcome you to the official website of the KOICA Pakistan Office and the KOICA Alumni Association of Pakistan (KAAP). I invite you to explore our website to learn about KOICA’s development cooperation program in the Pakistan as well as our alumni association’s events and activities. Korea ex...


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KOICA Wants a Trilateral Cooperation Program with TIKA

tika trilateral proposalMeeting of the Country Head Turkish International Cooperation Agency (TIKA) with the Director General KOICA Pakistan which covers the proposal  the Trilateral Cooperation reagarding KOICA's Training program for KOICA's "Drinking Water Supply Projects". Under KOICA Joint Training program, KOICA, TIKA and Government of Pakistan can have a trilateral cooperation training program for Drinking Water Supply Project. TIKA had already conducted the drinking water project in Pakistan and Turkey is having more cultural, social and religious similarities with Pakistan as compared to Korea. As Turkey is very near to Pakistan and it will be more feasible for the participant from Pakistan to go to TIKA head office for training. So KOICA will choose the master trainers from the water supply project and sent to TIKA head office for training and the expenses of the training will be funded by KOICA. 

Workshop on Saemaul Movement held at PMAS-AAUR Rawalpindi

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The Ambassador of the Republic of Korea Dr Jong Hwan Song said while addressing as a chief guest at the workshop ‘Saemaul Undong (the New Village Movement)’ at Pir Mehr Ali Shah Arid Agriculture University, Rawalpindi (PMAS-AAUR) on Aug 23, 2013 that the government of Korea will do its best to enhance the development of Pakistan and the friendship relations between the two nations in the spirit of cooperation and goodwill. He further said that the government and people of Pakistan can make another success story by following the Korean model of Saemaul Undong and principles for sustainable economic development.

On the occasion, University’s Vice Chancellor Prof Dr Rai Niaz Ahmad, Korean International Cooperation Agency (KOICA) Director General Sung Choonki, KOICA Director Je-Ho Yeon, Expert on Saemaul Undong Jeon Hae Hwang, KOICA Coordinator Mohsin Khan, KOICA Program Officer Miss Seo GaEul and university faculty members were also present.

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