So far, the Cultural Heritage Foundation conducts two kinds of cultural heritage ODA projects with funding from two government agencies — the Cultural Heritage Administration and the Korea International Cooperation Agency.
With the funding from the Cultural Heritage Administration, the foundation conducts projects in countries such as Laos, Myanmar and Uzbekistan. KOICA’s support funds ODA to Cambodia and other countries.
In October 2013, the foundation officially launched a project to conserve and restore Hong Nang Sida, or the Chamber of Princess Sida, located inside a UNESCO World Heritage Site in Laos called “Vat Phou and Associated Ancient Settlements within the Champasak Cultural Landscape.”
In 2018, the Cultural Heritage Foundation started a project to help restore Phayathonzu temple in Minnanthu, one of those that was damaged in the earthquake.
Source: A long journey worth taking