BY LYNTON AARON FILIA
KOREA International Cooperation Agency (KOICA) in Solomon Islands has received its dispatched volunteers to work at Don Bosco training centre and Solomon Islands National University (SINU), last week.
KOICA staffs last week welcomed two additional volunteers who will serve in Honiara as teachers for two years.
The two volunteers are Mrs Hyuna and Mr Dong sok – fifth batch of KOICA volunteers here in Solomon Islands.
According to KOICA, Mrs Hyuna will be working at Don Bosco training center as textile teacher and Mr Dong sok will serve at SINU Institution of Tourism and Hospitality.
Currently, both have undergone two month In – Country Adaption Training Programme started last week on September 5 – October 29.
It said after completing two month on In-Country Adaption Training Programme, both volunteers will dispatch to their respective designated host organisation starting October 30.
KOICA said, “Through their willingness and capacity to serve in Solomon Islands, they are now ready to share their experience, knowledge and skills to their designated Institution.”
Whilst in Honiara, two volunteers are enjoying country’s wonderful life and took time site seeing around the capital.
Regarding their work, KOICA said office is looking forward to their voluntary contribution to each organisation.