For I did hunger, and ye gave me to eat;
I did thirst, and ye gave me to drink;
I was a stranger, and ye received me.
>>As the international community wrestles with how to help the hungry North Korean population, a U.K.-based group says it has gained new levels of access in its goal to deliver bread to children there<<, wrote Mr. Kim Young-Jin in The Korea Times. and continues:
George Rhee, head of Love North Korean Children, said his three bakeries in the North feed some 9,000 children daily and his ability to monitor operations ensures that bread gets to those targeted to receive it.
“I know that 100 percent of our bread gets to the children because I watch it go in their mouths,” said Rhee, a Briton of Korean descent, during a recent interview in Seoul. “These children need something to eat for lunch.”
Rev. George Rhee together with the children during his monitoring tour to North Korea.
New flour arrived as intendet for our charity bakery.