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The KOICA

           The KOICA group has been studying in our school since September 17, 2015. There are 6-8 students in this group. The Korea International Cooperation Agency was founded as a government agency on April 1, 1991, to maximize the effectiveness of Korea's grant aid programs for developing countries by implementing the government's grant aid and technical cooperation programs.

            KOICA’s goal is to build a good partnership with Mongolian government by supporting Mongolia in many ways. Especially, KOICA is working on the project to promote and facilitate technical vocational education and training in Mongolia. Compared to rapid development in Mongolian construction sector, there aren᠋᠋᠋᠋t enough skilled workers to correspond the demands. Hence, KOICA implements a TVET project to produce skilled workers in construction, electronics, ICT, etc. Training of skilled workers will contribute to sustainable socio economic development in Mongolia.

Projects were implemented in Mongolia

           The KOICA group has been studying in our school since September 17, 2015. There are 6-8 students in this group. The Korea International Cooperation Agency was founded as a government agency on April 1, 1991, to maximize the effectiveness of Korea's grant aid programs for developing countries by implementing the government's grant aid and technical cooperation programs.

            KOICA’s goal is to build a good partnership with Mongolian government by supporting Mongolia in many ways. Especially, KOICA is working on the project to promote and facilitate technical vocational education and training in Mongolia. Compared to rapid development in Mongolian construction sector, there aren᠋᠋᠋᠋t enough skilled workers to correspond the demands. Hence, KOICA implements a TVET project to produce skilled workers in construction, electronics, ICT, etc. Training of skilled workers will contribute to sustainable socio economic development in Mongolia.

Projects were implemented in Mongolia

KOICA undertook projects to address the specific needs of Mongolia. It includes a water project in Yarmag, Ulaanbaatar to ensure stability and efficiency of water supply and a project to establish a heating and hot water supply system in Baruun-Urt.

PROJECT 1. Water Supply and Water Efficiency Project in Yarmag, Ulaanbaatar (the Yarmag Project)

A promotional center installed at Mongolia Sewage and Pipeline Administrations education center is raising public awareness about Mongolias current water situation and reminding them of the importance of effectively managing water. Since opening its door on March 2012, 2,675 residents and students have visited the promotional center (as of December 2013), drawing positive responses from local people.
Recognizing the excellence of this project, the metropolitan government of Ulaanbaatar granted an excellent urban development award* to KOICA in 2013. Along with heating and electricity, a water supply system is essential and basic infrastructure that cities cannot without. City residents as well as ger dwellers can get safe drinking water faster than any time in the past. It is hopeful that this project laid the foundation for Ulaanbaatar to resolve other pressing issues that derive from a rapid urbanization.

PROJECT 2. A project for establishing heating and hot water supply systems in Baruun-Urt (the Baruun-Urt project)

In particular, the Baruun-Urt project involved the establishment of a solar power generation system to generate heat that boils water. This represents environmentally-friendliness of this project in the city where precipitation is low while sunlight is strong. Being recognized for its contribution, Mongolian Chamber of Commerce gave KOICA Green Economy Award. It is hopeful that other cities in Mongolia adopt the model of the Baruun-Urt project to ensure a stable supply of heat and hot water.

Projects will be implemented in Mongolia soon.

 
  • The Project For Development of E-Immigration System in Mongolia (US$ 5.0 million / from 2013 to 2016)
  • The Project for the Capacity Building of Korea-Mongolia Technical College in Ulaanbaatar ('10-'16/ US$ 5.76 million)
   

Students testimonial


 

"My name is Christina. I feel like I am learning Mongolian how it is actually spoken and not from a textbook. It has only six weeks, but outside of class I am hearing and understanding phrases that I could not have learned from a book. My teachers are teaching me vocabulary and phrases that I can use on a daily basis."

"My name is Erik. I found it is very important to have a male teacher to explain the Mongolian language from a “man’s” point of view. After studying a year at another school that focused solely on text books, this has been a refreshing and beneficial change."

"My name is Yemsun. Having experienced teachers and their insight of foreign students’ need while roviding description for Mongolian culture and history helps us understand Mongolian language far better."