KOICA volunteer with the support from the Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA) completed the project in improving the environment of Emergency department on the basis of triage system. KOICA supported a total of 28,952.7 USD for this project.
KOICA has been partnering with the Dhaulagiri Zonal Hospital for a period of 5 years. The project completion ceremony was held at Dhaulagiri Zonal Hospital on June 23, 2017. Furthermore, the project was successfully completed with the joint efforts of all staffs of Dhaulagiri Zonal Hospital and KOICA volunteer. This project primarily aims at securing emergency medical area for local resident of Dhaulagiri zone.
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 national volunteers to partner government organizations as per the need of expertise, knowledge, and experience. Each volunteer serves in Nepal for 2 years in various fields such as education, health, agriculture, ICT etc. Currently, 4 advisors & 24 KOICA volunteers are actively working in various government sectors in accordance with an agreement between the governments of Korea and Nepal.