Humanitarian assistance is one of the many projects supported by the Australia-DPRK Society in North Korea. Under the name 'InterAid DPRK', we work with other charitable organisations to hand deliver shipments of warm clothing to our sponsored kindergarten on one of the many co-operative farms outside Pyongyang.
Previously, we were able to contribute musical instruments, computers and chocolate to the farm - all of which are now prohibited under UN sanctions.
Knitted clothing and soft toys are provided to us by the generosity of many outside groups including churches and community organisations.
We make available members of our society to speak at engagments around the country during which we are able to show a part of North Korea largely ignored and unknown by the mainstream western press.
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