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Office: North Korea
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Address: UNICEF, 28 Munsudong, PO Box 90, Pyong Yang, DPRK
E-mail(s): cdendulk@unicef.org
Contact person: Caroline Den Dulk, Regional Chief of Communications
Phone: (850-2) 3817 150
Sectors: Education, Human Rights, Humanitarian Ai ... See more Education, Human Rights, Humanitarian Aid & Emergency
Nr. of employees: 51-200
Types: Multilateral Multilateral
Status: Active

Description

UNICEF’s humanitarian programme in DPR Korea gives special attention to disadvantaged and vulnerable groups and seeks to close the gap in access to essential services between urban and rural areas. 

The programme seeks to strengthen delivery of health, nutrition and other essential services to improve children’s health and to protect and promote their rights.

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