South Korea puts US$6 million towards Sri Lankan project to support vulnerable populations

South Korea's Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA) has agreed to allocate US$6 million from 2019 to 2022 towards a project entitled 'Resilience building against recurrent natural shocks through climate adaptation and diversification of livelihoods for vulnerable communities in Sri Lanka'. Prioritizing better access to clean drinking water and the provision of various technical trainings, this project aims to increase income levels and living standards for some of the most vulnerable households in the country across five different districts.

News article – Daily Mirror

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