In North Korea, one in five children are suffering from chronic malnutrition. Dire food shortages put these children at risk of dying from curable diseases, especially between the ages of 2-5. With your donation of $12 we can provide a child with a daily cup of nutrient-rich soymilk for one year, helping protect them from malnutrition.
A daily cup of soymilk has proven to be very beneficial to a child’s health and development. Soybeans contain good carbohydrates and fat, and are also rich in vitamins and minerals, including calcium, folic acid, and iron. Each morning, the fresh soymilk is delivered to children at daycares, kindergartens, and orphanages in remote cities within North Korea where it is most needed.
For more information about our soymilk program, visit www.firststepscanada.org/soymilk.