Education and training

Development and assistance for education

Malaysia Helps Improve Lao Technical Officials

(KPL) More than 2,000 Lao officials have benefited from various programmes conducted since 1980 under the Malaysia Technical Cooperation Programme (MTCP).More ...


Vietnam injects 8b kip for school construction in Xekong

The Vietnamese government recently granted more than eight billion kip (US$ one million) for construction of a new school building in Dakcheung district, Xekong province to boost human resource development in Laos.More.. ...

Vientiane Times

Japan injects 23b kip to promote education in Laos

The government of Japan recently provided more than 23 billion kip (JPY 310 million) through the Japanese Grant Aid for Human Resource Development Scholarship (JDS) for education assistance in Laos. The scholarship funds will be provided to government officials across the country to upgrade their knowledge ...

Vientiane Times

Project promises brighter future for rural schoolchildren 

Rural areas of Oudomxay province are to get support for educational development through the ‘Support and Promotion of Education Sectors in Rural Areas’ project, a collaboration between the Ministry of Education and Sports and Asia Children to Laos.More ...

Vientiane Times

Korea upgrading IT skills at Lao Youth Union

Young people are receiving training in Apple-based iOS application development as part of IT capacity building at the Lao Youth Union (LYU) supported by the Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA).More ...

Vientiane Times

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