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South Korean aid
Korea to provide more than $13 million to help Cambodia’s agricultural sector by 2027
The Republic of Korea has provided a total of $13.4 million to support the agricultural sector in Cambodia. The project is divided into three major sections and will run until 2027. ...
Khmer Times Staff
South Korea offers further assistance in Covid-19 battle
The South Korean government has provided further assistance worth $350,000 to help the Cambodian Ministry of Health in the ongoing fight against Covid-19. ...
KOICA lays out plan for pandemic support
The Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA) and the Cambodian Rehabilitation and Development Board of the Council for the Development of Cambodia (CRDB/CDC) yesterday held a discussion meeting at the Council for the Development of Cambodia (CDC). ...
Khmer Times Staff
KOICA provides $8.5 million for health sectors in Cambodia
The Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA) has launched a new project with $8.5 million in funding to strengthen the health systems by preventing, detecting, and responding to infectious diseases in Cambodia. ...
Khmer Times Staff
South Korea to give $10m for demining activities
The South Korean government will provide $10 million for the Kingdom’s landmine clearing activities from 2021 to 2025. ...
Korean agencies donate protective kits to public hospitals
Two public hospitals in Phnom Penh have received donations from the Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA) and Cambodia-Korea Alumni Association to use for combating the spread of Covid-19 pandemic. ...
Healthy meals on the way for rural students in Kingdom
The Korea International Cooperation Agency (Koica) will provide $10 million to the Ministry of Education to implement a five-year Home Grown School Feeding project, which will benefit approximately 65,000 students and about 750 farming families. ...
Preah Ang Duong hospital starts building $8 million ENT wing
Preah Ang Duong hospital in the capital on Saturday held a ground breaking ceremony for a new building costing $8million, funded by the Korea International Cooperation Agency, to provide specialised treatment for people with ear, nose and throat problems. ...
Korea assists Cambodia on occupational safety
Cambodia and Korea have joined hands to study the legislation of occupational health and safety regulations for employees at factories and business enterprises. The project was initiated on Thursday at the Ministry of Labour and Vocational Training when Minister Ith Sam Heng met with Choi Heaeun, ...
Koica planning to lend support in mine clearing
The Korea International Cooperation Agency (Koica) said on Wednesday it has embarked on a feasibility study – Project of Mine Action for Human Development Programme in Cambodia – to advance community development in villages that have been deemed mine-free. ...
South Korea to help build bridge across Mekong
The government of South Korea will help to build a Cambodia-Korea Friendship Bridge across the Mekong River in the future, according to a statement from the Foreign Affairs Ministry yesterday. The announcement came after a meeting on Friday between Foreign Minister Prak Sokhonn and newly-appointed ...
Higher skills for a busy aviation sector
In its first two months of regular operation Cambodia’s first civil aviation training centre has provided certificates to dozens of aviation officials and airport staff, helping to raise the skill level of personnel in the Kingdom’s fast-expanding aviation sector. ...
Korea donates military vehicles
South Korea has given more than 200 military vehicles to Cambodia and nearly 200 more will arrive in July. The first batch were handed over yesterday at a ceremony at the Techo Hun Sen Military Technical Institute in Kampong Speu province. ...
RCAF gets Korean gear
Cambodia is expecting a shipment of military vehicles donated by South Korea, according to a sub-decree. The Ministry of Finance in December released about $1 million to the Defence Ministry to cover the equipment’s transportation, it says. ...
South Korea pledges $417 million in development loans to Cambodia
South Korea will hand out nearly $420 million in development loans to Cambodia this week, much of it for roads and other infrastructure, bringing its total assistance to more than $880 million since 2001. ...
Korea hands over aviation center
Three and a half years after signing a memorandum of understanding on the project, the Korean International Cooperation Agency (KOICA) in Cambodia handed over a $10.1 million aviation training center to the government yesterday. ...
Korea Gives $13 mil for Flood Project
Korea will provide a $13.3 million concessional loan to renovate the Stung Siem Reap Phase II flood mitigation project after a deal signed yesterday between the Ministry of Economy and Finance and the Korea Export and Import Bank. ...
Training program boosts electronics skills
A three-year vocational training project aimed at creating employment opportunities in the electronics industry while eliminating electronics waste, or e-waste, wrapped up yesterday, with its organisers calling for more funding in order to continue its training component. ...
S. Korean-funded roads opens to traffic in Cambodia
Roads built with low-interest policy loans from South Korea have opened to traffic in Cambodia, the finance ministry said Monday. The roads near the Vietnamese border in the Southern part of Cambodia, are part of a broader infrastructure project undertaken by Phnom Penh to meet ...
Yonhap News Agency Staff
Korea to invest $4 mil. to restore Cambodian temple
Korea will use its first Official Development Assistance (ODA) for the preservation and restoration of foreign cultural properties to restore ancient Cambodian temples. According to the Cultural Heritage Administration (CHA) and the Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA), Korea will invest $4 million in ODA to Preah ...