STAFF REPORT ISB: Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA) has invited talented people from developing countries to help them gain professional and systematic knowledge that will play a key role in their home country’s development.
KOICA Resident Representative Sung Choon-ki and President KOICA Alumni Association of Pakistan (KAAP) Dr. Akram joined hand on KOICA’s technical cooperation programme in human resource development.
To accomplish this mission, KOICA has been operating master’s degree courses with leading Korean universities in the fields of Public policy, Finance and Economics, ICT, Health, Agriculture, Rural Development, Fisheries Science, Development studies and Women’s empowerment.
Likewise, KOICA Pakistan alumni exceed over 1000 since 1992 and many government officials benefited from master degree scholarship and training programs through KOICA Pakistan.
A total of 379 participants from across the world including Pakistan will participate in 20 master’s degree programmes at 20 best universities and several country focused and multi-country training programmes will be offered in year 2015 in Korea.
On the occasion, Dr. Akram, President KAAP, briefed about KOICA and KAAP activities in Pakistan.
Sung Choon-ki also appreciated the role of Government of Pakistan for its continuous support in the whole process and assured that the Republic of Korea through KOICA Pakistan will continue its efforts to build human resources for the development of Pakistan.
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