South Korean government holds ODA policy dialogue with civil society

The Office of the Prime Minister of South Korea held its third dialogue with representatives of civil society organizations on South Korea’s official development assistance (ODA) and international development cooperation.

This meeting followed the formulation of the government-civil society partnership implementation plan in 2019. The government explained its priorities, which included enhancing transparency, accountability, and public participation with ODA while increasing humanitarian assistance to respond to global needs. Civil society expressed the need to strengthen the government-civil society partnership, transparency and accountability, and public awareness on ODA while increasing support for vulnerable groups.

Press release – Office of Prime Minister (in Korean)