Since 1995, KOICA has been supporting Public-Private Partnership projects in Korea. As the scale of Korea's public development aid business has increased, cooperation between KOICA and Korean NGO has become more active by the importance of diversifying aid channels was emphasized. KOICA has supported to Korean NGO in various sectors which meet the basic human needs. In addition to direct support NGO, we also provide funding for dispatching volunteers to the partner NGO and hold training to strengthen the capacity of NGO. KOICA Kenya Office has been supporting 59 public private partnership projects in cooperation with Korean NGO and we will continue to endeavor to cooperate with civil society to enhance self-reliance of community people.
Partnership with NGO
‘Good Neighbors International’ The project on the Increase of Income through the Development of the Dairy Value chain in Kenya (2018-2021/￦1.875 million)
To generating income of community people through strengthening competitiveness of dairy farming
‘MIRAL Welfare Foundation’ Supporting Self-reliance of the Disabled Child and Family Members in Kisumu County, Kenya, 2nd Phase (2019-2021/￦482 million)
To strengthen self-reliance and rights of children with disabilities and the families through improving awareness of disabilities and economic capacity building.
‘World Together’ Local cow stockbreeding project for the economic independence of the poor in Kabarnet, Kenya, Phase 3 (2018-2020/￦379 million)
To increase income through strengthening capacity and productivity of livestock farming in Kabanet
‘Uniworld’ Technology training for the vulnerable youths in Kenya, 3rd phase (2018-2020/￦448 million)
To increase the employment/entrepreneurship opportunity of Kitengela youth
‘Team&Team’ School Environment Improvement Project in Turkana School, Keny a(2018-2020/￦1,465 million)
To raise awareness of beneficiaries by improving access to drinking water and sanitation facilities in schools, and conducting health and hygiene education.