Dear KOICA Fellows in Cambodia,

For your information, I would like to introduce you that CAMKAA is the alumni association of the participants to academic and training courses, workshops, seminars, and other activities sponsored by the Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA).

All Cambodian participants of KOICA-sponsored scholarship and training programs shall become members of the association through registrationMembership Application Form.

By drawing members from various professions and areas of specialization from the different regions all over the country, the association offers the broadest possible forum for collegial communication. Members’ network to share ideas, work together, and help one another implement the plans, programs and projects of the association.

In this regard, I have the great honor to request you (KOICA Fellows in Cambodia) to register as official members of the Cambodia Korea Alumni Association (CAMKAA). Please click here (camkaa-registration-form) to get the application form for membership.

For more information, please kindly visit CAMKAA Constitution and CAMKAA Registration in the Ministry of Interior.

Please kindly contact to CAMKAA Office as follows:

House No. 214, St. 63 Corner St. 352, Boeung Keng Kang I, Khan Chamkamon, Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
Tel: (855)-23-220 457,
Fax: (855)-23-223 594,
HP: (855)-11- 77 40 85


I believe that the most important way for developing a country’s socio-economy is to focus on human resources development. KOICA’s Development Cooperation Programs have made a significant contribution in this regard, with a total of 1,306 Cambodian participants invited to Korea from 1994 to 2008 for various training and study courses.

All of KOICA fellows are witnesses to the value of these cooperation programs and human resources development, having visited Korea and shared with Korea’s economic, industrial, technological and management experience and expertise, as well as having had the opportunity to glimpse the history and culture of the country and its people. You have all become dear friends of Korea by playing an invisible, but important role in linking our two countries closer together.

CAMKAA was established to further institutionalize the cooperation between our two countries. CAMKAA would further assure that the valuable lessons gained from the “KOICA training experience” could be sustained by the participants or trainees and applied to the advantage of their respective organizations.

The main focus of this association is to renew our acquaintances, to share our valued experiences and knowledge in Korea among KOICA fellows and Cambodia officials and to promote mutual and friendly relationship and partnership between Korea and the Cambodia and to establish a multilateral network of specialists from many disciplines, professional fields, institutions and agencies who have been beneficiaries of KOICA-sponsored scholarship and training programs.

I also believe that this is a clear indication of the warm support and interest of the members toward the Association and its activities. I hope every member of CAMKAA will continue to contribute to the development of the Cambodian economy, and also strengthen ties between our two countries. The KOICA Cambodia Office will continue its support of CAMKAA.

Lastly, it’s our sincere hope that KOICA will give an extensive opportunity and pleasant experience for all the Cambodia people, especially for the Cambodian Officials to gain more knowledge and share Korea’s perspective on the development issues and how to reduce the poverty in the country based on its own past experience.

Sincerely yours,

HORT Sroeu (Mr.)
CAMKAA Coordinator, and
KOICA Local Expert
(Project & Training Sectors)
KOICA Cambodia Office

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