Daily providing over 80,000 children with a cup of protein-rich soymilk.

First Steps helps prevent childhood malnutrition in North Korea.

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Soymilk is not only tasty, but it’s rich in nutrients too.

Team members on a First Steps monitoring visit must have a quick finger to capture photos of the kids drinking soymilk.

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MARK 9:37

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Infants who suffer from micronutrient malnutrition may not look hungry or malnourished.

Infants who suffer from micronutrient malnutrition may not look hungry or malnourished, but they are lacking crucial vitamins and minerals needed to properly develop and grow.

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Stunting affects child’s brain development.

Stunting not only affects a child’s height, it also affects their brain development.

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On a recent visit to North Korea we met with Mrs. Tong Ok Kim.

“I feel joy when the production [of soymilk] goes smoothly and the product goes out. But when the voltage is low and there are difficulties, it’s very heart wrenching.”

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Love Kids in NK

“The price of greatness is responsibility.”

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Child malnutrition can have far-reaching consequences.

Child malnutrition can have far-reaching consequences.

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NEHEMIAH 8:10

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