Well Digging

Clean drinking water from a faucet is not a given in North Korea. We have friends that have dug several new wells in the last years. Together with North Korean co-workers they have provided several villages and public buildings (hospitals, orphanages, schools) with new wells of clean water. Your donations will make the drilling of... Continue Reading →

Promoting Greenhouses

We also invested your donations in the following initiative: A Korean school is building a special “closed circuit” greenhouse with support and know-how from abroad. Students and teachers will be taught the principles of organic farming, as well as in the usage and construction of composting toilets. This closed circuit will save resources and prevent... Continue Reading →

Editorial

No tourist trips, no trips for experts, no training trips for doctors … the list is long. It is painful to experience the Corona-related restrictions in our work. Small but nice This describes our involvement in North Korea: In the last couple of months, your donations have made it possible for us to purchase and... Continue Reading →

Losing fear

Over 20 years ago, my wife and I first travelled to North Korea. We stayed in a small remote village, experienced the hospitality of the Koreans and lost our hearts to them: We were in bed with a stomach flu in a plain guest house. When the village chief heard about this, he paid us... Continue Reading →

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