KOICA endeavors to enhance the effectiveness of development cooperation projects by using innovative technology and partnership with private partners.
Creative Technology Solution, CTS
It is a program that applies innovative ideas and newest technologies to ODA projects. It aims to contribute to finding solutions to challenging development tasks and also enhancing the effectiveness of various development projects.
Inclusive Business Solution, IBS
It is a program that collaborate with corporations in creating funds and strategies for ODA projects to contribute to economically, socially, and environmentally sustainable development of developing countries.
Innovative Partnership Solution, IPS
This program is a strategic partnership project with various international partners of KOICA to explore new areas, regions, and methods, internalize the results and expand and reproduce a new business model.
Kitkit School: A Tablet-Based Application for Primary Education in Developing Countries (2017-2018/￦360 million/Enuma, Inc.)
To Improve the quality of basic education for Kenyan children by disseminating an educational application named “Kitkit School”.
Multiplex Immunodiagnosis Solution for HIV, HBV, Syphilis among Fertile Women in Kenya (2019-2020/￦299 million/Resources and Innovation co-op)
To reduce mortality rates of infants, and infertile women through early diagnosis and contribute to establishing Kenyan health care policy.
Kenya Economic capacity building and local self-supporting projects for the urban vulnerable in Dandora (2016-2019/￦2,000 million/Kia Motors/Good Neighbors)
To reduce the poverty of vulnerable people in Dandora by constructing KIA-KOICA Green Light Center and operating effective job training, internship and start-up support program, income generating program.
Healthy food snacks for improved health and nutrition status among children and pregnant women in poor urban informal settlements in Nairobi County: An innovative Public Private Partnership approach (2018-2023/US$1million/Concern Worldwide)
To improve access to, and consumption of nutritious snacks among young children and pregnant and lactating women in urban informal settlements of Nairobi County by developing nutritious, affordable snacks and improving policy engagement and evidence on the impact of low cost nutritious snacks.