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Mission Øst i Nordkorea: Det nytter at hjælpe

I juli 2012 blev store dele af byen Kujang ødelagt. I hele landet blev flere end 200.000 mennesker gjort hjemløse efter to døgn med voldsomme regnskyl og orkanagtige vindstyrker. Sådan så det ud i august 2012, inden Mission Øst trådte til med kosttilskud.

En fjerdedel af Nordkoreas børn lider af underernæring. De fleste familier mangler vitaminer. Landet er forarmet af naturkatastrofer. Men hjælpen fra Mission Øst nytter, fortæller generalsekretær efter et besøg i det lukkede land.



Håb til Nordkoreanske børn: Legepladser til børnehjem

Project Code: 
KOR-YSM-001
Dansk
Project Status: 
Afsluttet
Project Background: 

Baggrund:

Orphans are one of the most vulnerable population groups in North Korea. They begin life as marginalized, underprivileged children who are denied many of their basic child rights. While starting life in an institution rather than a normal family environment is difficult for a child in any context, in North Korea where cyclical food shortages can be severe and the quality of basic services such as healthcare, water and heating are very low, this can have devastating and life threatening impacts on a child.

In addition to these basic inputs for survival, the children also lack sufficient stimulation for normal child development. The orphanages do not have enough staff to provide the children with the level of attention they need, and the staff they do have do not have a high level of training. There are few educational activities apart from singing songs, and few toys or equipment to encourage play and physical and psychological development. At the ‘Baby Home’ for children 0-5 years, and the children’s home for 5-6 year-olds, many of the children sit listless and staring, do not respond normally to playful interaction and lack a normal degree of curiosity and activity. While some of this lack-of energy is related to poor nutrition (a problem which Mission East and other organisations also try to address), it is also due to a lack of appropriate toys and play equipment in their environment, and lack of knowledge on the part of the carers to promote normal play and learning with the children.

 

Project Aims: 

Projektmål:

To promote normal psycho-social and physical development of children living in orphanages in North Korea.

 

Handlinger:

1. Provision and installation of playground equipment
2. Provision of training for orphanage staff
3. Monitoring of use of the equipment

Donor:

Ys'Menettes

Projektkode:

KOR-YSM-001

Beliggenhed:

Haeju City, South Hwanghae Province

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Pressemeddelelse: Åben dialog med nordkoreanske myndigheder

Children at orphanage in North Korea. They suffer from cronic malnutrition.

Trods de seneste måneders hårde retorik virker alt til at være, som det plejer, når man er inde i Nordkorea. Det erfarer generalsekretær i Mission Øst, Kim Hartzner.
 
Han er en af de første danskere, der har besøgt landet efter krisen for at besøge børnehjem og oversvømmelsesofre.

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