Felted

Ursula Schweizer, handicraft teacher, spent two weeks in North Korea to teach the technic of wool felting in different schools for handicapped children. “It was ingenious! Interested eyes following the preparations This land is so beautiful. The r...

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Editorial

Dear Reader Not only the capital of North Korea but also the smaller towns in the country are changing slowly but steadily. Ever more often we see somebody using a mobile phone, wearing a bright colored jacket or pushing a baby stroller (children ...

Concret Help

There are many ways in which you can support the work in North Korea. Make a donation for the following: Training North Korean interns in Switzerland (approx. CHF 40/day per person) A fourth windmill with 1 Kilowatt output A solar-heated greenhous...

Your Help

Our goal is to provide sustainable help that empowers local citizens and shows the citizens of North Korea God‘s love. The unreliable energy supply is a huge problem. We want to help the people of North Korea in this area. We promote projects that...

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