East Asian–Australasian Flyway Partnership Secretariat

EAAF Partnership Secretariat

3F Bon-dong G-Tower, 175 Art center-daero,
Yeonsu-gu, Incheon, Republic of Korea (22004)
Fax: +82 32 458 6508

Dr. Lew YOUNG

Chief Executive

+82 32 458 6509

Mr. Dong-Koo YUN

Deputy Chief Executive

+82 32 458 6500

Ms. Yejin JUNG

Administration & Finance Officer

+82 32 458 6501

Ms. Tomoko ICHIKAWA

Communication Officer

+82 32 458 6504

Ms. Yoon Kyung LEE

Fundraising Manager

+82 32 458 6502

Ms. Hyeseon DO

Programme Officer

+82 32 458 6503

Current Interns & Volunteers

Ms. Minshil Lee

Hello, my name is Minshil Lee. I completed a B.S degree with a major in environmental engineering. I realized how important for species to have their own habitats for their livings after I found out reclamation effects on bird species in university life. I believe all tasks in EAAFP are essential to conserve birds all over the world in that flyway is through globally. My ultimate goal of life is making better environment for human beings and the nature internationally. I assure this EAAFP internship will be the first step of achieving my dream by learning practical works for international organization.

Mr. Banseok Koo

My name is Banseok Koo, and I am excited to start my internship at EAAFP. I major in technological systems management at SUNY Korea, where I minored in computer science. I am happy to bring my IT knowledge to make the world a better place with EAAFP. It would be a great opportunity to learn more about endangered migratory birds and their conservation during the internship period as well. It’s an honor to work with the best staffs and members who truly love their job, striving to protect the environment.

Ms. Danhak Gu

I am Danhak. I majored in international administration for my undergraduate studies, and I am planning to pursue my further study in Environmental Policy for my master. I worked as a UN University Volunteer in Mongolia in 2017 after finishing my undergraduate. As I am greatly interested in nature conservation, I am very happy to be a part of EAAFP which contributes sustainable Environment for birds. I believe protecting migratory bird habitats interconnects with every creature’s habitat including the habitat of human beings. Thus, working for EAAFP as an intern is a great stepping stone to get a clearer sense of our surroundings, the earth and to learn how to live harmonizing with one another. I would like to learn and help contribute toward peace and sustainable environment.

Ms. Mijin Park

Hello, my name is Mijin Park. I am glad to start my internship in EAAFP Secretariat as a Programme Assistant. I majored in biological sciences and environmental management in Seoul National University, and I am planning to become a graduate student after this internship. I think we can know the world as much as we have experienced, so I would like to learn more about nature from EAAFP. In particular, I am interested in managing flyway sites and sharing all the information to promote political decisions for conservation. I hope to make contributions to EAAFP in many ways during the internship.

Mr. Eugene Cheah – Contributing Photographer

Hello, I am from Malaysia. I am helping the Secretariat voluntary as a contributing photographer. I started my career in environment field at WWF-Malaysia under the Kota Kinabalu City Bird Sanctuary project on the mangrove rehabilitation. After the completion of the project, I continued working as a resident naturalist at the sanctuary, which was re-named as the Kota Kinabalu Wetland recently. I also have career as a nature/tourist guide and a nature photographer. Since 2012, I am concentrating on nature photography, especially taking shorebirds photographs to highlight the necessity of urgent conservation actions.

To see past interns and consultants Click here