The Asia Foundation works with Korea to promote international development cooperation in the Asia- Pacific, peace on the Korean Peninsula, and strong Korea-U.S. relations. Since 1954, The Asia Foundation has supported Korea’s dramatic development from an aid recipient to a donor nation whose advanced economy and robust democracy are considered models for others. With 18 Asian offices, the Foundation is uniquely positioned to work alongside Korea as it expands its development assistance programs, and the Foundation’s Korea office is a hub for regional cooperation in Northeast Asia. The Foundation partners with Korean NGOs and the Korean government to build capacity and expand their official development assistance through joint development projects, training, and knowledge exchanges.

Posted June 19, 2017
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