By Azania Post Reporter
The Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA) through the World Friends Korea (WFK) Program has dispatched three new volunteers to work at Manyara Vocational Education and Training Authority (VETA), the Mozambique-Tanzania Centre for Foreign Relations (CFR)and Dodoma Regional Library respectively.
According to a statement issued by KOICA, new three volunteers who will serve for a period of two years, make a total of 39 Volunteers currently serving in Tanzania in different fields such as Mathematics, Science & Computer Education, Taekwondo and Librarianship.
The volunteers namely as Hunjae Lim for Mechanical and Metallurgy Engineer, Moonhee Lee (Korean Language Instructor) and Seungju Kim (Librarian).
In other development, KOICA will conduct a Partners’ Organization workshop which will take place on September 22nd this year in Dar es Salaam. The purpose of this important workshop is to broaden its partners’ understanding of the WFK Program and share ideas on ways to enhance its effectiveness in Tanzania.
The workshop will be attended by key officials from government Ministries and departments, representatives from organizations to which KOICA volunteers are serving in different regions such as Kilimanjaro, Singida, Dodoma, Tanga, Morogoro, Mtwara and other.
KOICA was established in 1991 by the Republic of Korea’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade as a governmental organization for Official Development Assistance (ODA) to enhance the effectiveness of Korea's grant aid programs for developing countries.
The KOICA Tanzania office was opened in 2002 with the objective of implementing the Government of Korea's grant aid and technical cooperation programs including the volunteers program.