The Korea International Cooperation KOICA has trained 1,368 public servants on e-Goverment capacity Building Programme.
The KOICA Country director/Regional Representative, Sook Hyun Park stated this at the weekend during the closing ceremony organized for the 7th batch of participants of the training noting that a total of 1,368 public servants have gone through the various e-Government Capacity Building Programs (CBP) that is sponsored by the Korean government through its agency Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA).
She said the 7th CBP which started 4 weeks ago was conducted in partnerhip with Federal Ministry of Communications and Public Service Institute of Nigeria as part of the “Project for Capacity Building of e-Government in Nigeria”
Since 2013, the Korea government earmarked $8.56 million to support the development of e-Government in Nigeria, through various capacity building programs, establishment of an e-Government Training Center and formulating the first e-Government Master for Nigeria in collaboration with Federal Ministry of Communications and other major stakeholders.
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