NRF provides shelters and helps North Korean refugees relocate to a safe country. Until that country is reached, thousands of North Korean refugees live with the constant threat of exploitation and arrest. North Korean women and children are especially vulnerable to trafficking, sex slavery, and forced marriages.
When refugees suffer from disease or accidents while in hiding, they are unable to seek help for fear of being arrested and turned in to authorities. NRF provides medical resources to refugees, during their escape journey, to ease their pain and suffering.
REFUGEE CHILDREN SUPPORT AND SCHOLARSHIP
North Korean refugee children, and children who have lost their mothers due to illness or deportation, have little hope without intervention. NRF offers support through living facilities and provides scholarships for continued education and personal growth.
Support for scholarships for children and orphan of North Korean refugee:
300 USD per month (1 person)
RESETTLEMENT SUPPORTNRF provides a variety of programs to empower North Korean refugees physically, emotionally, and spiritually at the Nehemiah Global Community Center (NGCC). Refugees at the center report that they have adapted more smoothly to their South Korean community than other refugees they have met.
- NK refugee internship/training program
- US vision trips
- Mentoring programs