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  • International development Ministry
    1. Area Development Program (ADP)
    2. Sectoral Special Program
    3. Innovative Financing for Developmen
  • Humanitarian Emergency & Affairs
    1. Disaster Management
    2. Fragile Country Program
    3. Food Crisis Response
  • Domestic Ministry
    1. Love-Lunch Box Poject
    2. Afer-shcool Program
    3. Financial Aid for Low-Income Family
    4. The Dream Kids
    5. Child rights program
    6. Case Management
  • DPRK Ministry
    1. Agricultural Development
    2. Humanitarian &  Emergency Affairs
    3. NK Agricultural Research Institute
    4. Area Development Program
  • Advocacy
    1. Education for Global Citizenship
    2. Campaign & Policy activities
  • Programs
    1. Area Development Program
    2. Domestic Program

After-school Program - We operate the after-school program for children and youth from low-income families.

After his parents divorced, Minseok(assumed name) is living with his mother and sister in a financially difficult environment.

What is the education program, named “Never Hit a Child, Not Even with Flowers?”

There are so many children who spend time alone after school without any attention from their guardians, so many others
who cannot do their homework or read books because there is no place to do so. There are rarely anyone who can take care of these children after school, and some of these children do not even know why it is necessary for them to study. We provide help to these children so they can may continue to learn regardless of their economic reality, and become academically
competent in respect to their age and be capable of preparing for their future.

After School Program
This program takes care of the children after school, and
provide them with opportunities of homework tutoring and cultural experiences, which can help them finish their
school curriculum.
Library Program
Libraries are installed in communities so that the children can experience a bigger world through books, and various reading programs are provided.
Mentoring Program
A child and a mentor are paired on a one-on-one basis,
and the mentor gives advice on how to carry out the school life and helps the child with his or her school work.
This program helps children obtain a healthy ego,
and let the child learn from the mentor what it is like to be a
responsible grown-up.