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

First Steps helps prevent childhood malnutrition in North Korea.

First Steps

Visiting kindergarten orphanages is a highlight for the First Steps monitoring team.

Visiting kindergarten orphanages is a highlight for the First Steps monitoring team while they are in country.

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A VitaGoat turns soybeans into nutrient-rich soymilk

A VitaGoat uses a powerful steam boiler to turn soybeans into nutrient-rich soymilk for children.

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PHILIPPIANS 1:3-4

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2014 Spring Newsletter

2014 Spring Newsletter

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One of First Steps’ partners in North Korea, Mr. Yong Su Hong

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.

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Love Kids in North Korea

“The hunger for love is much more difficult to remove than the hunger for bread.” – Mother Teresa

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Moms and pregnant women in North Korea want to be healthy.

All moms want the best for their children, but it’s especially tough to be a mom in North Korea.

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Without a daily cup of soymilk

Without a daily cup of soymilk, these children would be more severely affected by stunting and malnutrition.

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1 TIMOTHY 6:18

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123 children graduated from the Wonsan Secondary Boarding School

In North Korea, the school year ended in February and 123 children graduated from the Wonsan Secondary Boarding School.

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