This week a Korean National Commission for UNESCO delegation conducted a visit to view We Love Reading activities.
During their visit they attended We Love Reading training at Yadoudeh Association and interviewed some of the trainees, and then they attended a reading session which was held by our ambassador Huda Abu Alkhair.
The delegation expressed their admiration for the We Love Reading work and its impact.
In addition to that, the delegation visited the Zaatari camp for Syrian refugees and attended a reading session by our ambassador Asma’a Alrashed.
Jihon Kim member of the delegation said: ” Zaatari camp is one of the places that need programs such as the “We Love Reading” program.
The delegation concluded its visit with a visit to the Zaatari Taekwondo Academy.
The Korean National Commission for UNESCO (KNCU), which was founded in 1954, has implemented various activities within Korea and abroad to contribute to realizing UNESCO’s mission. Among them are the “BRIDGE Programme” to send young volunteers to Africa, the “Sejong Project” to promote basic education in Asian and Pacific countries, and the publication of the Korea Journal to enhance academic dialogue in the field of Korean Studies.