Tanzanian & Grenadan trainees learn Korea’s ocean technology.
Ten trainees from Grenada and Tanzania visited Yeosu Expo today, June 19th. As a part of the Yeosu Project, they came to learn Korea’s advanced ocean technology and strengthen their home countries. The trainees looked around the Aquarium, Climate and Environment Pavilion, Ocean and Coast Best Practice Area, and so on.
The Yeosu Project represents an international cooperation to strengthen capabilities of developing countries and help them to meet the challenges of Expo 2012 Yeosu Korea. The purpose of the project is to bridge the gaps between the developing and the industrialized countries and to deal with the theme “The Living Ocean and Coast” successfully. The project offers support to the developing countries in forms of education and training programs like the training session today.
This training program will make the Yeosu Project more complete and solid. The trainees will build their countries more sustainable in relation to the ocean and environment.