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Country Partnership Strategy

In accordance with the Framework Act (Article 8.2.3) and the Strategic Plan, the Korean government formulated Country Partnership Strategies (CPS) for each priority partner country to maximize synergy effects and to improve ODA effectiveness through strategic concentration. The CPS includes ODA volume, priority areas, mid-term allocation plans and implementation strategies for each partner country based on Korea’s ODA strategy and the national development plans of the partner country. The implementation of country specific ODA will be successful if the CPS includes comprehensive understanding on the partner country’s diplomatic strategies and needs. The CPS is revised every three to five years for a better alignment with the national development plans of partner countries.

In 2015, the Korean government selected 24 priority partner countries out of 134 partner countries. Priority partner countries are composed of 11 Asian countries, 7 African countries, 4 in central and South American countries and 2 Middle East and CIS countries.

아시아 지도
Mongolia
Rwanda
Uganda
Ethiopia
Tanzania
Mozambique
Ghana
Senegal
Pakistan
Azerbaijan
Uzbekistan
Bangladesh
Nepal
Myanmar
Srilanka
Cambodia
Philippines
Indonesia
Colombia
Peru
Bolivia
Paraguay
Vietnam
Laos

Find out more about our focus sectors of each priority partner country by viewing our world map

  Country CPS Country CPS
Asia
(11 countries)
Bangladesh PDF Lao PDR PDF
Cambodia PDF Mongolia PDF
Indonesia PDF Myanmar PDF
Nepal PDF Vietnam PDF
Philippines PDF Srilanka PDF
Pakistan PDF    
Africa(7countries) Ethiopia PDF Rwanda PDF
Ghana PDF Senegal PDF PDF
Mozambique PDF PDF Tanzania PDF
Uganda PDF    
Middle east and CIS (2countries) Azerbaijan PDF Uzbekistan PDF
Latin America(4 countries) Bolivia PDF PDF Colombia PDF PDF
Paraguay PDF PDF Peru PDF PDF
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