OUR MINISTRY RESCUE

HOW MUCH DOES IT COSTS TO SAVE A REFUGEE ?

$300
Operation Fee

Establish stable communication channels between in-house rescue team, on-site rescue staff, and one refugee.

$2,200
Safe Rescue Route

Provide a transportation, fees, fines, and a network of staff in the underground to provide safety.

$600
Settlement Support

Provide support for initial settlement support as well as training and assistance programs.

Hope and restoration from despair, sadness, and frustration.

North Koreans cannot have human dignity and human rights just because they were born in North Korea. Every part of their personal life is exposed to control and surveillance. For the basic rights of human beings, we need to give hope to North Korean refugees who are determined to come to South Korea in order to fulfill their dreams.

So that North Korean refugees living in third country can restore their human rights (the right to live like a human being). North Korea refugees living in third country are without nationality and are mostly hiding 
rural areas after forced marriages.

North Korea refugees living in the third country are without nationality and are mostly hiding in rual areas after forced marriages. Living without a proper meal in rural areas beyond the reach of people. Therefore, we should be able to simply have the diginity and minimum rights (food, clothing, shelter) of human beings without a variety of extenal factors, such as religion, politics, culture, etc.