KOICA Volunteers Participated a Voluntary Feeding Program

KOICA volunteers feed children from local slum

June 20, 2013, 5:45 p.m. Published in Magazine Issue: Vol: 07 No. -1 June 14- 2013 (Jestha 31, 2070)

The Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA) Volunteers participated a feeding program for the poor slum children residing near Manohara River.  With an aim of supporting “Nepal Dial Community” which is a Korean NGO supporting for the health hygiene, food and education program for the slum children, KOICA volunteers participated this program.

 

KOICA Resident Representative HaengLan Jo and nine new KOICA volunteers who arrived on May 31 2013 participated in the program.  The team actively participated in feeding the children and cleaning them. These new volunteers at present are undergoing adaptation training. They are learning Nepali language and culture in this training.

 

According to a press release of KOICA Office, besides the regular training program this type of program has helped to promote the emotional interaction between the Nepalese community and KOICA volunteers and simultaneously, it is contributing in enhancing the cultural ties, mutual understanding and friendship bond between Korea and Nepal.

 

KOICA Volunteers are assigned with specific responsibility in various governmental organizations within and outside the valley for two years. Besides their regular work they organize this kind of program aiming to serve directly to the community people who are in need.   At present there are total 54 KOICA Volunteers who are actively working in different developmental areas in Nepal.  Volunteer program is an important aspect of KOICA’s cooperation program in Nepal which supports to transfer Korean knowledge directly in the grass root level.     

The Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA) Volunteers participated a feeding program for the poor slum children residing near Manohara River.  With an aim of supporting “Nepal Dial Community” which is a Korean NGO supporting for the health hygiene, food and education program for the slum children, KOICA volunteers participated this program.

KOICA Resident Representative HaengLan Jo and nine new KOICA volunteers who arrived on May 31 2013 participated in the program.  The team actively participated in feeding the children and cleaning them. These new volunteers at present are undergoing adaptation training. They are learning Nepali language and culture in this training.

According to a press release of KOICA Office, besides the regular training program this type of program has helped to promote the emotional interaction between the Nepalese community and KOICA volunteers and simultaneously, it is contributing in enhancing the cultural ties, mutual understanding and friendship bond between Korea and Nepal.

 

KOICA Volunteers are assigned with specific responsibility in various governmental organizations within and outside the valley for two years. Besides their regular work they organize this kind of program aiming to serve directly to the community people who are in need.   At present there are total 54 KOICA Volunteers who are actively working in different developmental areas in Nepal.  Volunteer program is an important aspect of KOICA’s cooperation program in Nepal which supports to transfer Korean knowledge directly in the grass root level.     

 

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