S. Korea Dispatches More Volunteers to Cambodia
AKP Phnom Penh, July 04, 2012 –
More Korean volunteers arrived at Phnom Penh International Airport on July 2 for a goodwill mission under the arrangement of Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA), according to KOICA press release yesterday.
The sixteen volunteers including 13 females will share their knowledge, skills and experiences in order to assist relevant Cambodian government institutions through their two-year goodwill mission, said the press release.
During their mission here, the volunteers will receive a two-month special training program on Cambodian language as well as social economy, culture and political situation before they start their mission in provinces and Phnom Penh Capital City.
Those Korean volunteers have different skills including architecture, rural development, fine arts, music, health care and Korean language.