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Helping DPRK Communities endure the “Barley Hill” climb
The people of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (also known as DPRK, and North Korea) are currently experiencing chronic food insecurity throughout the country. United Nations experts estimate that more than 10 million people, about two in five of the population, are in urgent need of food assistance[1]. Food insecurity becomes most severe during “barley hill,” the lean season, between March and September, when food is hardest to find.
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