Korean Institute to train civil servants
The government of Rwanda in collaboration with the Korean institute of Administration have agreed on developing ICT based public administration, government integrated information system construction, upgrading e-government of ministries and reinforcement of Human Resource.
The two parties will soon sign a memorandum of understanding which will see many public servants trained in a shortest time possible through the use of modern Information Technology that will be overseen by the Korean institute.
This will apparently support the already existing institutional training organs set up by the government, such as Rwanda Institute of Adminstration and Management- which is based in Muhanga district and Kigali city- which provides training to civil servants in periodical timelines.
On 27 February 2013, the Prime Minister Dr. Pierre Damien Habumuremyi received Dr. Lee Eun-Jae the President of the Korea Institute of Public Administration to discuss partnership and relationship towards the skills development of the public servants in Rwanda.
Dr. Lee Eun-Jae, President of the Korea Institute of Public Administration said that they are glad to partner and improve relation with the Rwandan Government to build capacities of the public service.
the Minister of public service and labour, Anastase Murekezi said that the Institute is to sign a Memorandum of Understanding with the his Ministry and the MoU will focus on developing ICT based public administration, government integrated information system construction, upgrading e-government of ministries and reinforcement of Human Resource.
Korea Institute of Public Administration is a state-run think tank under the office of the prime minister of South Korea and this Institute deals with formulating policies on central and local administration.
The South Korea Government has been partnering well with the Government of Rwanda in a number of domains like Education where they provide support in Technical Vocational Schools.