Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA) is a government aid agency of the Republic of Korea (ROK), founded in 1991. KOICA implements Korea's grant and technical cooperation of the ROK, supporting the socio-economic development of many developing countries.
The know-how and experience Korea gained from its transition as one of the poorest countries in the world to becoming one of the major G-20 economics, makes ROK an important development partner of today.
In 2008, KOICA opened her regional office in Abuja, covering Nigeria, Liberia and Sierra Leone. The office implements various projects in Governance, Education, Vocation, Agriculture, Human Resources, and emergency response. To learn more visit the project page here
The office is currently headed by the Regional/Country director Park Sook Hyun.
FCT Minister and Korea Ambassador visit Abuja Model School site on final inspection of the school before official hand-over
April 12, 2018
15 nominees procceeds to Seoul, Korea on the 8th e-Gov Invitational Training Program
April 10, 2018
Friends and Families of KOICA Mourns Prof. Kuk Hwan Jeong (Project Manger for e-Gov Capacity Building Program in Nigeria)
March 02, 2018
KOICA Conducts training for teachers of the Abuja Model School
Jan 01, 2018