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Korea's cooperation in agriculture and rural development in Cambodia : Comparison with approaches of the Japan International cooperation agency(JICA)

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Comparison with approaches of the Japan International cooperation agency(JICA)

Material Type Article
Author(English)

Choi,Jongsan

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[Jeonju],[South Korea] : The Korean Society of International Agriculture

Date 2013
Journal Title; Vol./Issue Journal of the Korean Society of Internatiional Agriculture:vol.25(no.3)
Pages 9
Subject Country Cambodia(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
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Subject Industry and Technology < Agriculture
Official Aid < Development Assistance
Holding The Korean Society of International Agriculture
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Abstract

This article analyzes the strategy of Korea’s official development assistance (ODA) forCambodia’s agriculture and rural development sector, as performed by the Korea International CooperationAgency (KOICA) to Cambodia’s agriculture and rural development sector. Defining KOICA’sstrategy proved difficult because of the small scale of grant aid and fewer numbers of agricultural andrural development projects. Thus, this article intends to evaluate KOICA’s strategy by comparing it withthe strategy of the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA), an agency similar to KOICA in itsmakeup and professed goals. With comparison of JICA’s strategy, it has a useful meaning with startingpoint, which evaluates KOICA’s strategy in Cambodia. Based on the findings, the article recommendsthat KOICA consider increasing the amount of grant aid, the size and period of related projects; adaptingthe two-track approach; extending specific activities in the fisheries industry; and applying a participatoryrural development and multidisciplinary approach.