Cooperation and mutual development for peace and prosperity by focusing on people.
Representative Organization of Korea for Development Cooperation to Implement Global Social Values.
Above you can find, KOICA's ongoing projects, in cooperation with different Peruvian entities. Always thinking about the 4 Ps (Person, Prosperity, Peace and Planet) and KOICA's motto "Leave no one behind", in development cooperation.
(30 November 2020 as of December 31, 2021) $1,000,000.00 USD
Objective : To provide necessary medical equipment including ambulances (river and land) as well as to carry out a regular training course for capacity building in relation to the operation and maintenance of equipment, contribute to the strengthening of health services for timely and quality care for patients with covid-19 and other diseases, mitigate the effects of covid-19 on the health of communities in the project area
Partners : MINSA and GORE Loreto
(2020 - 2024) $8,000,000 USD
Objective : To strengthen ICT-based innovation and entrepreneurship and competitiveness in Lima, Arequipa and La Libertad through the improvement of innovation capacity and its system in Peru
Partners : National Council of Science and Technology - CONCYTEC
(2017 - 2022) $800,000.00
Improve the livelihoods of indigenous communities in the provincial of Datem del Marañon, in the Loreto region, and reduce greenhouse gas emissions by implementing a solar power plant in that area.
Partners : Profonanpe (Fund for Protected Areas of Peru)
(2014 - 2021) $5,000,000.00
Objective : To improve the competitiveness of micro, small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) engaged in foreign trade-related activities and to contribute to the facilitation of trade and sustainable economic growth in this sector.
Partners : Ministry of Foreign Trade and Tourism - MINCETUR
(2015 - 2022) $8,000,000.00
Objective : To provide an Integrated Information System of Peru's Cultural Heritage that allows the Ministry of Culture to register and manage its cultural heritage online, effectively and systematized
Partners : Ministry of Culture - MINCUL
(2020 – 2025) $6,400,000
Objective : To enhance the resilience of the environment to manage mining activities and potential mining impacts by building technical capacity and raising awareness among the general public.
Partners : Ministry of Energy and Mines – MINEM
Projects to start this year
In 2009 the government consolidated into one, Korean friends around the world
(WFK, World Friends Korea), volunteering programs abroad, taking as a vision a
better world through sharing and learning. Due to the situation of COVID19 the
volunteer program has been in stand-by since 2020, and is currently seeking its
Scholarship Program, CIAT
CIAT is a KOICA training program that aims to develop the capacity of partner
countries by sharing Korea's development experiences and technical skills with
policy makers, public officials and experts from various fields.
It is divided into 3: Country-specific program, global program, and master's programs.