Korean Agency Commits $2.8m to Amhara Region

Korean International Cooperation Agency (KOICA) and Amhara Regional State Agriculture Bureau have signed a five-year integrated development program to be implemented in six kebeles.

The agreement was signed on June 12, 2018, between Young-ah Doh, country director of KOICA and Aytenew Endasha, deputy head of the region’s agriculture bureau. KOICA will undertake the integrated development program with a budget of 2.8 million dollars.

The agreement with KOICA will hopefully bring about the desired results and may be replicated in similar kebelesin the region, stated Gedu Andargachew, president of the regional state during the agreement signing ceremony.

Published on Jun 16,2018 [ Vol 19 ,No 946]



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