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Below are links to resources primarily in English that provide substantive content on humanitarian assistance in the DPRK (North Korea).

These links complement the Institute Special Report: Overcoming Humanitarian Dilemmas in the DPRK (North Korea).

International and Non-Governmental Organizations

Caritas Internationalis

  • Caritas Internationalis
    Web site describes the mission, guiding values and principles, priorities and objectives of Caritas Internationalis as a confederation of organizations, with a list of the member organizations. A search for "North Korea" produces references to press releases and documents.

European Union


  • InterAction
    Web site of the "largest alliance of U.S.-based international development and humanitarian nongovernmental organizations" includes member listings, articles and appeals for current emergencies, topical descriptions of InterAction's work, a web site search engine and a library database of documents. A web site search on "North Korea" yields listings for member organizations who have done work in North Korea. A library database search yields documents on work in North Korea.

International Federation of Red Crescent and Red Cross Societies (IFRC)

United Nations

World Vision International

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