The Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA) will conduct a ten-day online training course for 20 participants from the Ministry of Women’s Affairs (MoWA) of Cambodia.

Themed “Administrative Capacity Development on Woman Policy”, the training will be held from July 26 to Aug. 4.

According to its press release AKP received this afternoon, KOICA launched the online training course, considering that it would be difficult to conduct an invitational programme in 2021 due to the COVID-19 situation.

The objectives of this online training are 1) -to enhance administrative capacity development on women’s rights protection & gender equality, 2) -to establish a basis for expanding the scope of activities of global gender policy experts by sharing experiences of women’s policy development, and 3) -to build up equal gender society through enhancing social participation, employment, work-life balance, safety and health for women.

During the 10-day online training, all participants will 1) -Identify the current problems through a Country Report, 2) -Find a solution through learning, online discussions, etc., and 3) -Present the Action Plan at the final seminar session.

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 programme in the Cambodia that target the development of human resources.

From 1994 until 2020, KOICA invited around 3,100 government officers to participate in short-term training and a Master’s degree programme in the Republic of Korea under KOICA’s Capacity Building Programme.

Source: Agence Kampuchea Press

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