Korean Professional Engineers Association (KPEA), led by Chairman Joo Seung-ho, signed a business agreement with Engineers Board of Kenya (EBK) on Nov. 23 on mutual cooperation to discover and support Kenyan industrial projects.
This business agreement was triggered by discussions with the EBK, which visited Korea as part of the international cooperation project, to discover projects to advance technology in Kenya.
In addition, members of the Korean Professional Engineers Association visited Kenya during Nov. 13-19 '2211 to understand the current status of the Kenyan government's infrastructure development and to discuss ways to find international cooperation projects and cooperate.
Thirty-two years after Kenyan President Moi visited Korea in 1990, the schedule of Kenyan President William Ruto's visit to Korea was realized, and the MoU between KPEA and EBK was signed in Korea.
EBK, led by Chairman Margaret Waruguru Ngotho Ogai) is a Kenyan legal organization established in 1969 under the Enactment of Engineers Registration Act that trains and registers engineers, establishes standards for engineers, and establishes plans for engineer development.
Mou's key agreements include ▲ exchange of information on education, technology, and training in engineering ▲ operation of exchange programs for engineering professionals, graduates and students in technology ▲ provision of scholarship opportunities for undergraduates, graduates and PhD graduates.