A Van Carries Loving Care for Children
Every day a van carries dairy products to the Jucho Workers’ District, a mountain village tens of kilometres away from Musan County township, North Hamgyong Province, for children of miners and farmers there.
When it came to the village for the first time, all the villagers were brimmed with joy. They say they feel delighted and refreshed whenever it arrives at their village.
When the van sounds a horn, they go out to the yard of the Workers’ District Office to welcome it and see it off, and this has become a daily routine of their life.
They say the van carries the loving care of the Workers’ Party of Korea.
The Third Plenary Meeting of the Eighth Central Committee of the WPK formulated a policy of supplying all children across the country with dairy products and other nourishing food at the state’s expense. And the Sixth Session of the 14th Supreme People’s Assembly of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea adopted the Law of the DPRK on Childcare, with the result that dairy products are supplied to children not only in cities and rural communities but in mountain villages.
Rim Myong Gum, head of the Jucho Workers’ District Office in Musan County, said:
Yesterday a van carrying Haebaragi-brand school things, Sonamu-brand satchels and school uniforms to be supplied to children came to our village. And today a van carrying dairy products comes to them. This reality is the true picture of our country which is striving harder for the rising generation even under the difficult situation and bringing earlier a bright future by dint of its loving care.