First Steps helps prevent childhood malnutrition in North Korea.
Nutrient-rich soymilk helps fight the side effects of malnutrition and can give kids energy to play.
Thanks to your support, First Steps provides a daily cup of nutrient-rich soymilk to over 100,000 children in North Korea.
Visiting kindergarten orphanages is a highlight for the First Steps monitoring team while they are in country.
A VitaGoat uses a powerful steam boiler to turn soybeans into nutrient-rich soymilk for children.
Mr. Yong Su Hong, a 50-year-old worker at the Hanggu Daycare and Kindergarten Supply Centre, is one of First Steps’ many dedicated partners who transports soymilk from the production centres to children in North Korea.