The Ministry of Forest together with the Korean Government will be taking a National Action Plan on Forest Reforestation in the country.
In a process of doing so, the Ministry has sent its some of its employees to Korea in training and to see for themselves how effective the Korean Government make use of Forest reforestation.
In a press statement from the head of the program Fred Pitisopa said, “Reforestation will surely safe our endangered forests from deforestation.
“This program was still in a pipeline where the proposal will be forwarded to the Korean Government for possible funding. National Forestry Cooperative Federation of Korea, has a framework contract with KOICA grant aid for the project titled-Establishment of the Action Plan for Forest Resources.”
One of the participants Chris Ghiro said, “We have seen it for ourselves the effectiveness of the program. After many logging industries, and the aftermath of the Korean War, Korea has a beautiful forest. That was after their government taken an initiative to reforestation.”
The training program was organized by the Northeast Asia & Pacific Islands Team, of the Korea International Cooperative Agency.
The invitational training program was coordinated and implemented by the National Forestry Cooperative Federation of Korea, whom has a framework contract with KOICA grant aid for the project titled-Establishment of the Action Plan for Forest Resources.
The participant wishes to commend and thank KOICA and National Forestry Cooperative of Korea who have jointly organized the invitational training program.
The training program has been an inspiring, motivating, encouraging, and an eye and mind opening experience for the trainees, as it foster a bench mark whereby the participant can apply the knowledge and skill in Solomon Island situation and context to support social economic development to sustain livelihood and economic growth.
By CHARLEY PIRINGI