The Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA) Cambodia office will organise an online training programme on “Cambodia Court Administration Improvement (Cambodia)” from Sept. 6 to 17, said a KOICA’s press release AKP received this morning.
Twenty-five (25) officials from the Ministry of Justice (MoJ) and Court Administration Secretariat will participate in the 12-day online training course, it added.
According to the same source, the objective of this online training is to improve and modernise the court administration system in Cambodia and strengthen the capacity of court officials to establish policies for the electronicisation of court administration.
This training course was designed to 1)- provide a reference to Korean experiences for Cambodia’s legal and judicial sector, 2)- assist in the improvement and modernisation of the court administration system, 3)- help reinforce responsibility and ethical awareness of legal and judicial officials.
The Cambodian participants also prepared a country report by analysing the current issues and major challenges the country is facing. It is part of the Action Plan building process in which participants will get involved throughout the training programme.
In addition, the participants will also develop an action plan by incorporating the lectures, discussion, experiences and findings from the programme. The Action Plan is a crucial programme activity that provides participants the opportunity to compose a practical and feasible action plan to provide alternatives as well as solutions to the problems identified in the country report.
KOICA conducted this online training course, considering that it would be challenging to conduct an invitational training programme in the Republic of Korea this year due to the COVID-19 situation.
In Cambodia, KOICA works in several technical areas on various programmes and projects that substantially impact Cambodia’s development such as improving students’ nutrition and wellbeing, strengthening teacher capacity, public health, agriculture and health’s infrastructure, and innovation.
KOICA will continue to support and implement programmes in Cambodia that target the development of human resources.
From 1994 until 2020, KOICA invited around 3,200 governmental officers to participate in short-term trainings and Master’s degree programmes in the Republic of Korea under KOICA’s Capacity Building Programme.
Source: Agence Kampuchea Press