NK Pro briefing: Humanitarian aid and the civil environment of North Korea
Former North Korea aid worker, travel guide weigh in on major risks in the event of a nationwide crisis
With official North Korean state media increasingly transparent about the problems the country is facing as COVID-19 restrictions take their toll, there is increasing concern in the international community about the risks of a major humanitarian crisis developing.
What happens, then, in the event of a major natural disaster, nationwide health crisis or contingency?
NK Pro conducted a special Zoom briefing call on Thursday, July 22 to provide comprehensive contextual information for anyone that might play a role in future humanitarian operations in DPRK.https://www.nknews.org/pro/wp-content/uploads/sites/4/2021/07/GMT20210722-120045_Recording
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