Last March we were in Pyongyang, once again with a co-worker of GAiN Germany and held a workshop on the topic Sterling. The Stirling engine is a heated gas engine. Our goal is to give the rural population access to some electricity so that people will be able to have some light in the evenings and maybe listen... Continue Reading →
Only for a few days but nonetheless: I could once again visit our project partners in Pyongyang. Stirling Mr. Yang explains the progress of the project: The technical books “Stirlingengines” and “Stirlingmachines” have been translated, a copy of the “ST05 Viebach” has been manufactured and they are working on their in-house development of the Beta-Stirling... Continue Reading →
We have been supporting the organization TOGETHER for several years. Robert Grund, deaf since birth, is giving a voice to the concerns of the deaf. Although there are special schools in every North Korean province, deaf and blind persons are not visible in public. Many persuasive efforts are necessary to enable communication between the deaf and the... Continue Reading →
Agape international has been inviting North Korean specialists Switzerland for further education for many years already. Much more than one hundred persons have been able to see a new world, further their professional and personal experience, and applied what they have learned in their home. When we meet with former interns, we reminisce, send our... Continue Reading →
A longtime friend of ours with experience in North Korea and engaged in working with Korean handicapped would like to have a booklet printed for deaf children. The deaf in North Korea are often mute as well – not because they have no voice, but because they are not taken seriously, because they have not... Continue Reading →
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...