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.
As Director of KOICA in the Republic of Cameroon, I am pleased to greet and welcome all of you through the website of KOICA Cameroon Office,
I would strive to find ways to create added values and synergies in the economic development of Cameroon, based on our previous efforts and contributions in social services such as public health and public administration which our office has been focusing on. Also, make staffs work in a safe environment in the covid-19 era, and to make the management of office more efficient at the same time.
In addition, I would like to thank all the personnel of Koica Cameroon, Korean volunteers and experts and the local counterpart, with whom we form a great team and work in favor of more prosperous Cameroon.
I hope that through the Koica Cameroon Office, let people know that our office is also making lots of contributions for humanitarian assistance for refugees and their human rights and also helping to expand KOICA's cooperation towards Cameroon and strengthen the bonds of friendship between the two countries.
Country Director Gyu Hong Lee
R&R - Name, Responsibilities
Directs overall office activities
Oversees Project Management and External Relations
Organizational Performance Management
Country Project management
International Organization Cooperation Project Management
Volunteer field project Follow-up Management
Office Operation and Settlement Management
In 2008, KOICA opened her regional office in Abuja, covering Nigeria, Liberia and Sierra Leone. The office implements variousprojects in Governance, Education, Vocation, Agriculture, Human Resources, and emergency response.