UNICEF, Save The Children Call For Additional Humanitarian Funding For Flood-Hit North Korea
The Guardian: Aid agencies in call for North Korea funding after devastating floods
“International aid agencies have called for millions of dollars of funding for an urgent relief effort in North Korea after floods in the country’s remote northeast in August left 70,000 people homeless and 600,000 others in need of humanitarian assistance, including tens of thousands of children. UNICEF and Save the Children said on Friday that without further help, many more children will be at risk as the country prepares for a long and bitterly cold winter…” (McCurry, 10/7).
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