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Mr Sang-chul Kim, KOICA’s representative in Rwanda said that the project, which will be implemented in collaboration with Rwanda Development Board, was part of KOICA’s efforts to strengthen ICT capacity in Rwanda. “Korean experts will be dispatched to Rwanda to provide technical advice on the implementation of the project and provide the necessary ICT equipment and materials.”
The agreement provides that the funds will go to the implementation of the ICT development roadmap and construction of the Center among other things.
The ICT Innovation Center will be located at the Integrated Polytechnic Regional Center, Kigali Campus.
KOICA’s Rwanda office has been working in various sectors including ICT, education and rural development. This year marks the 50 years of the establishment of diplomatic relationship between Rwanda and the Republic of Korea.