Korean Agricultural Policy Experiences for Food Security (KAPEX)
There is an increasing need for strengthening developing countries’ ability to establish and implement sustainable agricultural policies for achieving SDGs and realizing L’Aquila Food Security Initiative and of sharing Korean agricultural policy experiences and technology based on the nations’ demand.
There is an increasing demand for learning Korea’s development experiences including the history of agricultural policy developments in Korea, and technologies for supporting developing countries’ food security and rural & agricultural development for their national advancement and poverty eradication.
Demand for policy consulting on systematic and efficient implementation of international cooperation projects in the areas of agriculture and forestry is increasing.
Increase of developing countries’ capability to plan key projects for social and economic development and to establish and implement development policies
Implementation of international cooperation projects that match developing countries’ demand for development reflecting other countries' experiences on agricultural policy development, especially Korea's cases
1)Joint survey/research: Joint survey/research in the fields of agriculture and forestry with development potential based on partner countries’ demand
2)Training programs: Korean agricultural policy performance education for partner nations’ policymakers and experts’ capacity building and field trips
3)Policy workshops: Introduction of Korean cases of establishing policies and presentations of joint surveys and training results
|Long-term Goals & Objectives||
Support the strengthening of developing countries’ capacity to establish and implement agricultural policies for food security and poverty alleviation
Investigate international cooperation projects that meet developing nations’ demand and utilize Korean expertise in agriculture and forestry
Improve Korea’s national image by systematically and intensively promoting its agricultural policy performance by subcategory