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  • International development Ministry
    1. Area Development Program (ADP)
    2. Sectoral Special Program
    3. Innovative Financing for Developmen
  • Humanitarian Emergency & Affairs
    1. Disaster Management
    2. Fragile Country Program
    3. Food Crisis Response
  • Domestic Ministry
    1. Love-Lunch Box Poject
    2. Afer-shcool Program
    3. Financial Aid for Low-Income Family
    4. The Dream Kids
    5. Child rights program
    6. Case Management
  • DPRK Ministry
    1. Agricultural Development
    2. Humanitarian &  Emergency Affairs
    3. NK Agricultural Research Institute
    4. Area Development Program
  • Advocacy
    1. Education for Global Citizenship
    2. Campaign & Policy activities
  • Programs
    1. Area Development Program
    2. Domestic Program

Child rights program - We respect children's rights and encourage them to be main agents of transformation in their communities.

There were garbage dumps here and there and it was hard to see trees and plants in the apartment complex.

Child rights program

Every child has the right grow up being taken care of and educated while enjoy happy life, and their parents, family and
country are obliged to guarantee their rights. Still, children’s opinions are often neglected. Children are considered to be
spiritually immature and belongings to their parents. Therefore, child rights are still infringed in the form of child abuse,
poorly-fed children, school violence, school bullying, etc.

In this regard, World Vision Korea continues to carry out education for child rights public awareness, child rights public
campaign and child rights protection campaign in communities, and monitor the infringements of child rights through
children’s groups and community groups. To address this issue, World Vision hosts forum and campaign events and
make policy recommendations.
Children empowerment program
Children learn how to respect themselves and others and respond to situations where their rights are infringed
through a consistent and practical education for child
rights.
Improvement of system and policy
Each local government holds children’s council and
appoints children representatives so that children can be
involved in activities such as monitoring and reporting of
child rights and make policy recommendations to the local governments, which in turn, helps children be aware of
their rights and get a chance to learn about citizenship.
Community empowerment program
The program aims that communities become agents of
campaigns to reflect children’s voice on the issues related to children and improve environments to raise public
awareness on child rights and increase the influence of
child rights in the communities.