Program The 2nd Seminar The Cambodia Korea Alumni Association (CAMKAA) Friday, September 11, 2009 (08:00 ~ 12:00) at Imperial Garden Villa & Hotel

Program

The 2nd Seminar

The Cambodia Korea Alumni Association (CAMKAA)

Friday, September 11, 2009 (08:00 ~ 12:00)

at Imperial Garden Villa & Hotel


08:00 ~ 08:30 : Registration of delegates and honorable guests at Imperial Hotel

08:30 ~ 08:40 : Welcome remark by Mr. Seng Setha, Vice President of CAMKAA, and Deputy Director General of General Directorate of Administration, Ministry of Public Works and Transport.

08:40 ~ 08:50 : Remark by Mr. Kim Byung-gwan, Representative of KOICA in Cambodia

Presentation’s session:

08:50 ~ 09: 15 : “Brief Introduction of KOICA and Assistance Program in Cambodia”

by Mr. Son Sung-il, Deputy Repetitive, KOICA Cambodia Office

09:15 ~ 09: 35 : “Law and Judicial System in Cambodia”

by H.E. Chan Sotheavy, Secretary of State, Ministry of Justice

09:35 ~ 09:55 : Coffee Break

09:55 ~ 10:20 : “Road Management after KOICA Training”

by Mr. Tep Virith, Ministry of Public Works and Transport

10:20 ~ 10:45 : “Experience of Rural Community Development”

By Mr. Chan Sophea, Ministry of Rural Development

10:45 ~ 11:10 : “Women  and Economic Development”

by Mrs. Bunchhit Veasna, Ministry of Women’s Affairs

11:10 ~ 11:30 : Discussion (Q & A)

11:30 ~ 11:35 : Photos Session

11:35 ~ 11:40 : Closing remark by Mr. Seng Setha,

11:40 ~ 12:30 : Luncheon (Buffet Style)

Close the ceremony

Press Release, 2nd Seminar of CAMKAA

2nd Seminar of CAMKAA

on “Exchange Experiences of the Cambodia Korea Alumni Association”

The Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA) Cambodia Office would like to announce that it will hold 2nd Seminar of the Cambodia-Korea Alumni Association (CAMKAA) on “Exchange Experiences of the Cambodia-Korea Alumni Association” on Friday, September 11, 2009 at 08:00 at Imperial Hotel. H.E. Chan Sotheavy, Secretary of State of the Ministry of Justice is the chief guest while KOICA Resident Representative Mr. Kim Byung-gwan is also invited as a special guest for the seminar.

A large number of KOICA Alumni members belonging to different government ministries will be invited to participate in the seminar. The main goal of this seminar is to share experiences among members from one filed to another and from one ministry to another and to establish a multilateral network of them.

In this connection, CAMKAA will have presentations on five topics, which are “KOICA Cambodia Office Activities”, “Law and Judicial System in Cambodia”, “Road Management after KOICA Training”, “Experience of Rural Community Development” and “Women Economic Development”.

As it is known, 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).

CAMKAA was established in 2007 to further institutionalize the cooperation between the 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.


Please contact to Mr. HORT Sroeu, Local Expert, Project & Training Section of KOICA Cambodia Office through email: hortsroeu@gmail.com or the office phone 023 220 457, HP: 011-77 40 85 to confirm your attendance or for more information.

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Program The Second Seminar “Exchange Experiences of the Cambodia Korea Alumni Association” Friday, September 11, 2009, 8:00-12:30 at Imperial Garden Villa & Hotel

Program
The Second Seminar
Exchange Experiences of the Cambodia Korea Alumni Association”
Friday, September 11, 2009, 8:00-12:30
at Imperial Garden Villa & Hotel


08:25 Announcement for the guest to be seated

Good Morning Excellencies, Ladies and Gentlemen!

Please kindly find your    appropriate seats at the chairs around the round tables

08:30 Announcement of the Opening of the Ceremony

“Good Morning Excellencies, Ladies and Gentlemen! Welcome to the First Workshop of Exchange Experiences of the Cambodia Korea Alumni Association”.

First, I would like to introduce honorable guests (គណៈអធិបតី):

1-Mr. Seng Setha, he is the vice president of the Cambodia Korea Alumni   Association (CAMKAA), and Deputy Director General of General Directorate of Administration, Ministry of Public Works and Transport,

2-Mr. Kim Byung-gwan, Representive of KOICA in Cambodia

3- H.E. Chan Sotheavy, Secretary of State of the Ministry of Justice,

Next, I would like to introduce the program of today’s event;

1- Welcome remark by Mr. Seng Setha, he is the vice president of the Cambodia Korea Alumni Association (CAMKAA), and Deputy Director General of General Directorate of Administration, Ministry of Public Works and Transport,

2- Remark by Mr. Kim Byung-gwan, Representative of KOICA in Cambodia

08:50 ~ 09: 15 : “Brief Introduction of KOICA and Assistance Program in Cambodia”

by Mr. Son Sung-il, Deputy Repetitive, KOICA Cambodia Office

09:15 ~ 09: 35 : “Law and Judicial System in Cambodia”

by H.E. Chan Sotheavy, Secretary of State, Ministry of Justice

09:35 ~ 09:55 : Coffee Break

09:55 ~ 10:20 : “Road Management after KOICA Training”

by Mr. Tep Virith, Ministry of Public Works and Transport

10:20 ~ 10:45 : “Experience of Rural Community Development”

By Mr. Chan Sophea, Ministry of Rural Development

10:45 ~ 11:10 : “Women  and Economic Development”

by Mrs. Bunchhit Veasna, Ministry of Women’s Affairs

11:10 ~ 11:30 : Discussion (Q & A)

11:30 ~ 11:35 : Photos Session

11:35 ~ 11:40 : Closing remark by Mr. Seng Setha,

11:40 ~ 12:30 : Luncheon (Buffet Style)

Welcome remark by Mr. Seng Setha, vice president of the Cambodia Korea Alumni Association (CAMKAA), and Deputy Director General of General Directorate of Administration, Ministry of Public Works and Transport,

“Now I would like to invite Mr. Seng Setha, vice president of the Cambodia Korea Alumni Association (CAMKAA), and Deputy Director General of General Directorate of Administration, Ministry of Public Works and Transport to give his welcome remark”

– Speech by Mr. Kim Byung-gwan, Representive of KOICA in Cambodia

“Your Excellencies, Ladies and Gentlemen! We have a great honor to invite Mr. Kim Byung-gwan, Representative of KOICA in Cambodia to present his  remark”

Now, I would like to invite Seng Setha, Vice President of CAMKAA to chair the session

“Brief Introduction of KOICA and Assistance Program in Cambodia” by Mr. Son Sung-il, Deputy Repetitive, KOICA Cambodia Office

“Excellencies, ladies and gentlemen!

Taking this opportunity, we would like to invite Mr. Son Sung-il, Deputy Repetitive, KOICA Cambodia Office to present his topic on “Brief Introduction of KOICA and Assistance Program in Cambodia”, Please Mr. Son Sung-il,…Thank you!!!

“Law and Judicial System in Cambodia” by H.E. Chan Sotheavy, Secretary of State, Ministry of Justice

Next, we would like to invite H.E. Chan Sotheavy, Secretary of State, Ministry of Justice to present her topic on “Law and Judicial System in Cambodia”

5-Coffee Break

“Excellencies, ladies and gentlemen, it is time to have coffee break, please help yourself to have coffee, drink and snack”.

Road Management after KOICA Training” by Mr. Tep Virith, Ministry of Public Works and Transport

“Excellencies, ladies and gentlemen, after having coffee break, we would like to invite you to watch and listen to the presentation of Mr. Tep Virith, Ministry of Public Works and Transport, he will present his topic on “Road Management after KOICA Training . Therefore, I would like to inviteMr. Tep Virith to present his topic.

“Experience of Rural Community Development” By Mr. Chan Sophea, Ministry of Rural Development

Next, we would like to invite Mr. Chan Sophea, Ministry of Rural Development

to present his topic on “Experience of Rural Community Development”

“Women and Economic Development” by Mrs.  Bunchhit Veasna, Ministry of Women’s Affairs

Finally, Excellencies, ladies and gentlemen, we would like to invite Mrs. Bunchhit Veasna, Director of Economic Development, Ministry of Women’s Affairs to present her topic on “Women and Economic Development”

General Discussion

“Excellencies, ladies and gentlemen, we are delighted to invite the audiences and the presenters to have discussion”.

Closing remark by Mr. Seng Setha

Lastly, we would like to invite Mr. Seng Setha, Vice President of CAMKAA, and Deputy Director General of General Directorate of Administration, Ministry of Public Works and Transport to have closing remark. Please Mr. Seng Setha,….!!!!

Photos Session:

“Excellencies, ladies and gentlemen, we would like to invite all the participants to come to the stage to take photos……..

11- Buffet Luncheon

“Excellencies, ladies and gentlemen, please help yourself to the buffet and be seated at the table. We hope you will enjoy this luncheon”

The End!!

List of Government Agencies and Institutes joining the 2nd Seminar of CAMKAA (Friday, September 11, 2009)

List of Government Agencies and

Institutes joining the 2nd Seminar of CAMKAA

(Friday, September 11, 2009)

No.

Name of Agencies and Institutes

No. of Participant

Sign/Date/

Name/HP

1

KOICA

03

2

Ministry of Rural Development

(MRD)

12

3

Ministry of Post and Telecommunication (MPT)

11

4

Ministry of Health (MOH)

18

5

Ministry of Women’s Affairs (MWA)

14

6

Ministry of Industry, Mines and Energy (MIME)

11

7

Ministry of Public Works and Transport (MPWT)

08

8

Ministry of Land Management, Urban Planning and Construction (MLMUPC)

02

9

Ministry of Justice (MOJ)

03

10

Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport (MOEYS)

03

11

Ministry of Water Resources and Meteorology (MOWRAM)

05

12

Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation (MFAIC)

05

13

Council for the Development of Cambodia (CDC)

04

14

Ministry of Environment

03

Total

102 persons

Remark by Mr. Kim Byung-gwan, Reprentative of KOICA Cambodia Office, 2nd Seminar of CAMKAA

Remark

By

Mr. Kim Byung-gwan

Representative

KOICA Cambodia Office

at

2nd Seminar of CAMKAA

onExchange Experiences of the Cambodia Korea Alumni Association”

At Imperial Hotel, Phnom Penh

On September 11, 2009

Mr. Seng Setha, Vice President of the Cambodia Korea Alumni Association (CAMKAA), and Deputy Director General of General Directorate of Administration, Ministry of Public Works and Transport,

H.E. Chan Sotheavy, Secretary of State of the Ministry of Justice,

Excellencies, Distinguished Guests, Ladies and Gentlemen,

I am delighted to be here this morning to give my remark at this CAMKAA 2nd Seminar. On this auspicious occasion, on behalf of KOICA, I would like to thank the Cambodia Korea Alumni Association (CAMKAA), especially Mr. Seng Setha and CAMKAA board members for their continued efforts in managing CAMKAA and supports in organizing this seminar.

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 present today 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 Seminar today marks the union of “Cambodia Korea Alumni Association (CAMKAA)”. The main focus of this union 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 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. Once again, I would like to thank Mr. Seng Setha and CAMKAA and I hope that this Seminar is fruitful and helpful for every participant.

Thank you!!!

Welcome Remark of Mr. Seng Setha, Vice President of CAMKAA at the 2nd Seminar of CAMKAA

Welcome Remark
Mr. Seng Setha,
Vice President
Cambodia Korea Alumni Association (CAMKAA),
and Deputy Director General,
General Directorate of Administration,
Ministry of Public Works and Transport,
September 11, 2009

H.E. Chan Sotheavy, Secretary of State of the Ministry of Justice,

Mr. Kim Byung-gwan, Representative of KOICA to Cambodia,

Excellencies, Distinguished Guests, Ladies, Gentlemen, National and International Guests,

It is an honor for me to be here today with Excellencies, Ladies and Gentlemen for this second Seminar on “Exchange Experiences of the Cambodia Korea Alumni Association” which have been invited from ministries, departments of Cambodia.

Excellencies, Distinguished Guests, Ladies, Gentlemen, National and International Guests,

Let me introduce the brief background of this association and the reason why we prepare seminar today.

I would like to take this auspicious opportunity to declare that this year is the 8th year and the 2nd Seminar of our association in Exchanging Experiences of the Cambodia Korea Alumni Association. Moreover, we will celebrate the 2nd general congress to elect the official board members of this association on December, 2010.

In the name of the vice president of the first mandate, I would like to thank and deeply appreciate to the temporary board members who spent their time and their effort to get achievement until now. I also would like to thank to all members who have been supported our association.

Regarding the seminar, the association has put in the annual activity plans to prepare the seminar two times per year, it depend on situation and fund. Today is the 2nd time that we organize seminar. The main goal of this seminar is to share experiences among members from one filed to another field and from one ministry to another ministry.

Also, today, we will have presentation of five topics such as KOICA, the Ministry of Justice, Ministry of Public Works and Transport, Ministry of Women’s Affairs and Ministry of Rural Development.

I would like to express my deep appreciation and deep thanks to the people of Republic of Korea, especially to Mr. Kim Byung-gwan, KOICA Representative and Mr. Son Sung-Il, KOICA Deputy Representative who support fund for organizing this seminar. I also would like to take this opportunity to deeply thank to the Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA) that provide much grant aid to develop the Kingdom of Cambodia such as infrastructure, economy, society, health and policy including supporting this association.

I would like to thank to H.E. Chan Sotheavy who takes her valuable time to participate this seminar to be much more valuable and honorable.

I would like to thank to all board members of association who have actively participated and really worked hard for the association to achieve fruitful results of today seminar. I also would like to thank to Mr. Hort Sroeu who really worked hard for the association and today seminar.

I would like to thank to all presenters.

I would like to thank to all participants for today seminar.

I would like to announce to open the 2nd Seminar on “Exchange Experiences of the Cambodia Korea Alumni Association” after the remark of Mr. Kim Byung-gwan, Representative of KOICA to the Kingdom of Cambodia.

Thanks!