Foundation welcomes 2018-2020 batch of GNMP students

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IN THIS PHOTO: GNMP newcomers Shan Nawaz (left) from Pakistan, Rosy KC from Nepal, Chhakchhuak Lalremruata from India, Nong Thi Nghi Phuong Fiona from Vietnam, and GM Nur Lintang Muhammad from Indonesia visit the May 18 Memorial Foundation in Gwangju on Friday, September 28.

May 18 Memorial Foundation welcomed the scholars from the third cohort of the Global NGO Master’s Program (GNMP) on Friday.

The GNMP, started by the Foundation in 2016, is a two-year-long master program at the May 18 Institute, Chonnam National University, Gwangju.

The students for GNMP 3rd cohort are Chhakchhuak Lalremruata from India, GM Nur Lintang Muhammad from Indonesia, Rosy KC from Nepal, Shah Nawaz from Pakistan, and Nong Thi Nghi Phuong Fiona from Vietnam.

In their first visit, the Foundation team organized a short orientation to the newcomers. They interacted with the team members of the Foundation, including Chairperson Mr. Lee Chulwoo, Executive Director Mr. Cho Jintae, Secretary General Mr. Lee Gibong and Director of the International Affairs Department Ms. You Inrae. They made a short tour of the different departments of the Foundation.

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The new GNMP students pose with Mr. Lee Chulwol, Chairperson of the Foundation, Ms. You Inrae, Director of the International Affairs Department, GNMP 2nd cohort, and other staff members.

The first batch of GNMP students has recently graduated this August while those in the second batch are currently pursuing their studies.

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