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Project Overview

Korea IT Learning (KoIL) Program
Background
Korea ICT Learning Program (KoIL) invites policymakers, public officials, and experts in the ICT field to share the newest technologies and issues to be reflected on national policies and plans to address welfare, poverty, economic, and educational challenges using ICT tools.

Korea IT Learning Program
Project Introduction
Participants in KoIL Program learn Korea's ICT development strategies, discuss current issues and trends, and seek means of cooperation to advance their nations' strategies on ICT planning, information security, rural informatization, and incorporation of new technologies.
In addition to the major programs offered independently by the Korean government, special seminars are designed jointly with international organizations such as Asia-Pacific Telecommunity(APT), International Telecommunication Union(ITU) and World Bank(WB).
Local ICT seminar (held in partner countries) is also available to better reflect distinct national status and demands. Based on the partner country’s needs, Korean experts are dispatched to the countries and hold seminars to share Korea’s ICT development experiences.
KoIL Program also offers the Global ICT Leadership Forum every year to strengthen the ICT policy capacity of high-level ICT policymakers in partner countries.

Achievement

Since 1998, 5,165 participants from 134 countries have taken part in the program.


KoIL Participants by Year
KoIL Participants by Year
Year '98 '99 '00 '01 '02 '03 '04 '05 '06 '07 '08 '09 '10 '11 '12 '13 '14 '15 '16 '17 '18 '19 Total
Participants 93 158 168 266 207 345 318 289 262 292 156 240 237 233 230 166 301 195 265 174 338 232 5,165
Countries 29 34 32 36 46 49 57 60 69 68 44 27 52 42 55 32 38 26 42 27 43 32 134


KoIL Network by Region
KoIL Network by Region
Region Asia CIS Middle East Europe Latin America Africa Int'l Orgs Total
Participants 2,701 541 156 305 783 629 50 5,165


Local ICT Seminar by Year
Local ICT Seminar by Year
Year 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019
Countries
  • Mexico
  • South Africa
  • Paraguay
  • Tunisia [AfDB]
  • Mongolia
  • Indonesia
  • Philippines [ADB]
  • Dominican Republic [IDB]
  • Mali[AfDB]
  • Moldova
  • El Salvador
  • Costa Rica [IDB]
  • Lesotho [AfDB]
  • Indonesia
  • Algeria [AfDB]
  • Belize
  • Belarus
  • Nicaragua [IDB]
  • Belarus
  • Uganda
  • Panama
  • Africa (Kenya, Rwanda)
  • Armenia
  • Sri Lanka
  • Sri Lanka
  • Cambodia
  • El Salvador
  • Thailand
  • Kazakhstan
  • Vietnam
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