KATHMANDU, April 27: Volunteers from the Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA) have completed a project on improving the clinical environment and skill advancement at the School of Health Sciences, Chitwan.
KOICA provided a total of USD 48,600 for this project. KOICA has been partnering with the School for more than past 15 years.
The function was organized at the School on Wednesday to mark the successful completion of the project which aimed at improving the clinical environment and skills of the students.
Furthermore, the project also provided a bus to the School.
The official handover was done by Country director of KOICA Nepal office Dr Hyungkyoo.
KOICA's volunteer program is one of the main programs to contribute to socio-economic development of the partner countries at the grass root level.
KOICA dispatches Korean volunteers to partner government organizations as per the need of expertise, knowledge, and experience.