Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA)
The Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA) was established as a governmental agency dedicated to providing grant aid programs of the Korean government in April 1991. KOICA endeavors to combat poverty and support the sustainable socioeconomic growth of partner countries. By doing so, KOICA establishes and strengthens friendly ties with developing countries.
Its mission includes promoting amicable and cooperative relations and mutual exchange by rendering support for economic and social development of developing countries.
With vision of serving both domestically and internationally as a development cooperation platform contributing to accomplish the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGS).
Noteably, the organization's directions are strengthening the ability to achieve the SDGs, accomplishing efficiency and customer-oriented management. improving developing countries' ability to be self-reliant, increasing the number of development cooperation partners. See more