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KOICA Capacity Building Program Experience Sharing Workshop

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As of August 25, 2017

KOICA Capacity Building Program Experience Sharing Workshop: In  Implementing Action Plan of the National Institute of Statistics, Ministry of Planning, Statistical Methodology and Data Processing

On 29th August 2017, KOICA Capacity Building Program Experience Sharing Workshop will be organized at Cambodia-Korea Cooperation Center (CKCC) from 8:30 AM until 12:30 PM by National Institute of Statistics (NIS), Ministry of Planning, under the financial support of Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA) and presided over by H.E. Mrs. Pen Sopakphea, Secretary of State for Ministry of Planning, and Mr. JEONG Yun Gil, Country Director of KOICA Cambodia.

 

The workshop mainly aims at sharing the important knowledge and experiences in the field of statistical methodology and data processing that the officials from NIS, Royal University of Phnom Penh and the Ministry of Economy and Finance, gained via attending KOICA training on “Statistical Methodology and Data Processing” in the Republic of Korea in 2015-2017.The workshop also aims at presenting achievement and challenges that those officials applied such knowledge and experience to their work in order to improve statistical methodology and data processing in Cambodia. Moreover, the workshop offers a great opportunity for the Cambodian Government officials and relevant stakeholders to exchange and share their experiences to learn from each other.

 

There will be around 130 participants in attendance. Those 130 participants include Government officials from NIS​​ and Directors of Provincial /Municipal Planning Department of Ministry of Planning, and officials from various relevant ministries and agencies as well development partners.

 

For more information, please contact:

Rong Rattana, Specialist at KOICA (012 54 26 36)

Khin Sovorlak, Deputy Director General of NIS (012 449 790)

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