Ten technical staff members from the National Environment Fund (Funab) and the Mozambican Energy Minister are to receive training on their respective areas in South Korea, starting in November, according to the Mozambican press.
The first agreement was signed on 12 October by the chairman of Funab, Casimiro Huate and by the permanent representative of the Korean International Cooperation Agency (Koica) in Mozambique, Cho Byung Sun and is intended to provide training to four staff members in, “managing waste to respond to climate change.”
Last week Koica signed another agreement with the Finance Ministry under the terms of which six upper management staff will receive training in South Korea on public finance management in East African countries.
In a statement Koica said that these agreements were intended to share experiences of the development of South Korea and its best practices with partner countries. (macauhub)