Capacity Building of Ears Nose Throat (ENT) Center in Preah Ang Duong
Ministry of Health
Duration: 2018 - 2022
Budget: $8.0 million
This project aims to enhance the medical and training capabilities of Ang Duong Hospital which is the one and only Cambodia's ENT specialized medical institution. It plans to raise the standard of Cambodia's ENT medical field, and improve not only the ENT operation but also the training system for doctors and staffs at Ang Duong Hospital.
Four years after signing a Record of Discussions (RoD) on the project, the Government of the Republic of Korea, through KOICA handed over the $8 million Cambodia-Korea Friendship ENT Building to the Cambodian government by launching an Inauguration Ceremony on 28th March, 2022. The ENT Building was designed to provide specialized treatment for people with ear, nose, and throat problems. The Cambodia-Korea Friendship ENT Building was built after the Cambodia-Korea Friendship EYE Building which was inaugurated in 2015 in the complex of Preah Ang Duong Hospital. The EYE Center was built with a grant of $5.5 million from KOICA.
The new ENT Building has been completed with a total floor area of 4,177.94 square meters with 128 beds, including operation room, recovery room, and ICU. Besides upgrading physical infrastructure, the capacity of specialist doctors and staffs was advanced via provision of the in-service training program and transfer of advanced knowledge and experience from Korean doctors.
Strengthening Capacity of National Pediatric Hospital in Cambodia
Duration: 2022 - 2027
Budget: $16.0 million
We aim to improve quality of health services through enhancement of the capacity of National Pediatric HospitaI(NPH) by newly building the National Pediatric Hospital internal medicine department building and improving education/training capabilities, etc.
Feasibility Study on Water Supply Measure And Flood Mitigation For the Prek Neal River Basin in Svay Rieng Province
Ministry of Water Resources and Meteorology
Duration: 2021 - 2023
Budget: $2.0 million
This project’s objective is to make a basic plan for flood mitigation and water supply, and carry out feasibility study in Svay Rieng area.
The eastern part of Cambodia, Svay Rieng and Prey Vieng province suffers from frequent flood and drought and it affects the local economy and development. In Svey Rieng, geographically far from the Mekong River, there is no water supply from the mainstream of the river. To overcome the shortage of water resources in this area, KOICA plans to develop a Multi-functional(flood mitigation and water supply) weir at the downstream of Prek Neal River.
Also, within the project scope, a feasibility study will be conducted for the site in Svay Rieng province, and capacity building for government officials will be provided. The feasibility study will be on flood mitigation and water supply measure for the Prek Neal River Basin. The project will be carried out continously to create a sustainable water resource.
Project for Establishment of Environmental Engineering in RUPP to Foster the Human Resources of Higher Education in Cambodia
Ministry of Education Youth and Sport, RUPP
Duration: 2021 - 2026
Budget: $6.9 million
This project aims to establish department of environmental engineering and master program of environmental engineering in Royal University of Phnom Penh(RUPP). The objective is to foster excellent faculty for Environmental Engineering field by providing capacity building of higher education in Environmental Engineering.
In the project, KOICA will support 1) Establishment the Bachelor degree and Master’s degree program of Environmental Engineering, 2) Capacity building to the faculty members by providing Master’s Degree and Ph.D opportunties in Korea, 3) Enhancement of the teaching and research capacities to faculty members and students, and 4) Improvement of the faculty’s infrastructure and equipment support including Smart Classrooms.
Ultimately. human resources will be fostered in higher education for environmental engineering field.
Capacity Development of ICT Education in Lower Secondary Education in Cambodia
Ministry of Education Youth and Sport
Kampong Cham, Takeo, Kandal, Prey Veng
Budget: $7.0 million
In order to contribute to the achievement of Cambodia's national development strategy of "improving the quality of education and fostering science and technology personnel," this project aims to "strengthen the core capabilities of teenagers in the 21st century through ICT education and quality improvement." In order to vitalize the operation of ICT curriculum in lower secondary school, KOICA will establish an ICT education environment, increase the number of ICT teachers, strengthen the capacity of RTTC ICT teachers, improve ICT curriculum, develop learning materials, and raise awareness of ICT education.