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KOICA at a Glance
November 2013
Korea’s Yesterday and Today

Development Aspects of Korea (1)
1945 (available year)

2012

Total Population

16 million

5...
Korea’s Yesterday and Today

Development Aspects of Korea (2)

export
import

In 2011, the trade volume to sum up export a...
Korea’s Yesterday and Today

Development Aspects of Korea (3)

<Korea's Top Five Export Products in Recent Years (Million,...
Korea’s Economy and Official Development Assistance (ODA)
Gross Net ODA Disbursement of Korea (2003-2012)
(USD mil)
KOICA at a Glance – over 20 years

Legal Foundation & History
Established on April 1, 1991 by Presidential Decree (KOICA D...
KOICA at a Glance - Vision

Happiness for All, with Global KOICA
Contribute to the sustainable socio-economic
development ...
KOICA at a Glance - Organization
 Headquarters : :11President, 11Auditor, 44Vice Presidents, 10 Departments and 28 Teams
...
KOICA at a Glance – WFK(KOICA )Volunteers
 World Friends Korea (WFK) Overseas Volunteers: 1,715 volunteers in 46 countrie...
KOICA at a Glance—WFK(KOICA) Volunteers
Types of Volunteer Programs
General
Volunteers

Others (NGO
Volunteers,
University...
Distribution by Programs 2013
Amount (US$
mil)

Percentage

249.8

50.78%

- Asia

131.8

26.8%

- Africa

53.9

10.9%

- ...
KOICA’s Budget Allocation

By Region

By Sectors
KOICA’s Budget Allocation

By Countries

By Income Group
KOICA’s Strategic Approaches
Country Partnership Strategy (CPS)
26 Priority Partner Countries selected under the new princ...
KOICA’s Aid Activities

Poverty Eradication and Sustainable Development
농림수산

Priority
Areas
Cross
-cutting
Issues
Aid
Sch...
KOICA as a Platform for Global Saemaul Undong Strategy
Saemaul Undong (SMU) for Rural Development
By Self-transformation, ...
International Development Partnership
International Partnership
DAC member countries:

NON-DAC member countries:

Core Par...
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KOICA at a Glance

  1. 1. KOICA at a Glance November 2013
  2. 2. Korea’s Yesterday and Today Development Aspects of Korea (1) 1945 (available year) 2012 Total Population 16 million 50 million Average Life Expectancy 52.4 (1960) 80.7 Under-5 Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) Maternal Mortality Rate (per 100,000 live births) 69 (1960) 200 (1960) 5 9.9 27.7% (1990) 71.3% Export 22 million USD 549.6 billion USD Import 208 million USD 520.1 billion USD Gross Domestic Product (GDP) 1.3 billion USD (1953) 1,129.2 billion USD Gross National Income (GNI) per Capita (at PPP) 67 USD (1953) University Enrollment Rate Trade Volume 27,620 USD
  3. 3. Korea’s Yesterday and Today Development Aspects of Korea (2) export import In 2011, the trade volume to sum up export and import of Korea broke through 1 trillion USD, which ranked Korea as the 9th country.
  4. 4. Korea’s Yesterday and Today Development Aspects of Korea (3) <Korea's Top Five Export Products in Recent Years (Million, USD)>
  5. 5. Korea’s Economy and Official Development Assistance (ODA) Gross Net ODA Disbursement of Korea (2003-2012) (USD mil)
  6. 6. KOICA at a Glance – over 20 years Legal Foundation & History Established on April 1, 1991 by Presidential Decree (KOICA Decree) - An implementing agency for grant aid & TC under the MOFA After 20 years Headquarters & 46 Overseas Offices with 468 staff members of total Total budget of USD 505 million (2013, 72.5% of Korean Bilateral Aid) Year '07 '08 ’09 ’10 ’11 ’12 Total(million USD) 270 277 368 370 431 432 Increase(%) 39.9 2.6 32.8 0.5 16.5 0.2
  7. 7. KOICA at a Glance - Vision Happiness for All, with Global KOICA Contribute to the sustainable socio-economic development of developing countries Reduce poverty Improve the quality of life Resolve global development issues Cooperate with the global community
  8. 8. KOICA at a Glance - Organization  Headquarters : :11President, 11Auditor, 44Vice Presidents, 10 Departments and 28 Teams  Headquarters President, Auditor, Vice Presidents, 10 Departments and 28 Teams  Overseas Offices: 46 Offices in 44 Countries  Overseas Offices: 46 Offices in 44 Countries OECD(1) Headquarters: 10 Departments , and 28 Teams CIS(2) Uzbekistan Azerbaijan Middle East(3) Iraq DR Congo Palestine Mozambique Jordan Uganda Rwanda Ethiopia Africa(15) Ghana Nigeria Cameroon Morocco Algeria Tunisia Tanzania Egypt Kenya Senegal USAID (1) Asia(14) Afghanistan Vietnam Indonesia Mongolia Philippines Laos Cambodia Myanmar Pakistan Nepal Bangladesh Sri Lanka East Timor Solomon Island Latin America(8) Peru Bolivia Paraguay Guatemala El Salvador Ecuador Colombia Haiti
  9. 9. KOICA at a Glance – WFK(KOICA )Volunteers  World Friends Korea (WFK) Overseas Volunteers: 1,715 volunteers in 46 countries  World Friends Korea (WFK) Overseas Volunteers: 1,715 volunteers in 46 countries  Started dispatching overseas volunteers in 1990  Started dispatching overseas volunteers in 1990 (44 volunteers to Nepal, Indonesia, Sri Lanka, the Philippines) (44 volunteers to Nepal, Indonesia, Sri Lanka, the Philippines)  Korea dispatches the second largest number of overseas volunteers.  Korea dispatches the second largest number of overseas volunteers. Central Asia 81 Middle East 23 DR Congo Jordan Mozambique Uganda Rwanda Ethiopia Africa Ghana 522 Cameroon Morocco Tunisia Burkina Faso Tanzania Egypt Swaziland Zambia Kenya Senegal Malawi Zimbabwe Liberia Madagascar Equatorial Guinea Uzbekistan Kyrgyzstan Tajikistan Headquarters Asia 768 Vietnam Indonesia Mongolia Philippines Laos Cambodia Myanmar Thailand Nepal Bangladesh Sri Lanka East Timor Latin America 321 Peru Bolivia Paraguay Guatemala El Salvador Ecuador Colombia Nicaragua Dominican Republic
  10. 10. KOICA at a Glance—WFK(KOICA) Volunteers Types of Volunteer Programs General Volunteers Others (NGO Volunteers, University Volunteers) Senior Volunteers International Cooperation Volunteers International Cooperation Doctors 10
  11. 11. Distribution by Programs 2013 Amount (US$ mil) Percentage 249.8 50.78% - Asia 131.8 26.8% - Africa 53.9 10.9% - Latin America 32 6.5% - Middle East & CIS 32.1 6.52% 187.7 38.2% - Multinational Training 49.3 10.03% - WFK 93.1 18.92% - PPP 28.8 5.86% - With international organizations 16.4 3.34% 3. Promotion of Development Awareness & Admin Cost (evaluation, public relations, research, etc.) 53.9 10.96% 4. East Asia Climate Program 0.4 0.09% 492 100% Program 1. Country Assistance Program 2. Global Program TOTAL
  12. 12. KOICA’s Budget Allocation By Region By Sectors
  13. 13. KOICA’s Budget Allocation By Countries By Income Group
  14. 14. KOICA’s Strategic Approaches Country Partnership Strategy (CPS) 26 Priority Partner Countries selected under the new principle of “concentration on priority” - Asia (11), Africa (8), Middle East & CIS (2), Latin America and others (5) 26 CPS s finalized in August 2013 - 2~3 primary areas/themes for respective developing countries - Based on Korea’s comparative advantages and development experiences - In line with the partner country’s national development plan and strategy
  15. 15. KOICA’s Aid Activities Poverty Eradication and Sustainable Development 농림수산 Priority Areas Cross -cutting Issues Aid Schemes Education Health Gender Equality Project Rural Development GovernanceIndustry & (Saemaul Undong) Energy Environme Human nt Rights Invitationa WFK Internation Humanitari l Training Voluntee al an rs Organizatio Assistance ns ICT WFK Advisors 산업에너지 15
  16. 16. KOICA as a Platform for Global Saemaul Undong Strategy Saemaul Undong (SMU) for Rural Development By Self-transformation, Community Empowerment, Smart / Adequate technology: A Comprehensive Strategy Agriculture, Farming, Aquaculture, Forestry, etc. Income Increase ICT, Media, Energy, Environment, etc. Creativity Education, Health, Gender Equality, etc. Social Development Achieving MDGs in all sectors
  17. 17. International Development Partnership International Partnership DAC member countries: NON-DAC member countries: Core Partners (MOU) Core Partners (MOU) - JICA (Japan, 1997.2) - TIKA (Turkey, 2011.3) - USAID (USA, 2011.6) - ABC (Brazil, 2011.11) - GIZ (Germany, 2011.11) - AGCI (Chile, 2012.10) - CIDA (Canada, 2012.9) - AFD (France, 2012.10) - AECID (Spain, 2012.11) - Peace Corps. (USA, 2013.9) Triangular cooperation - Singapore, Chile, Mexico, Peru, Columbia, etc.  Joint Activities : joint evaluation, joint research, joint projects  Info-Sharing : joint workshop, expert seminar, regular consultations  Cooperative System : staff exchange, working groups, annual meeting

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