The History About The Pyongyang Center For The Deaf In North Korea

Young Pioneer Tours (YPT)’s project is “help to self-help” program which can empower the deaf people of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) through various appeals, charities or funds.

The Pyongyang Center for the Deaf is located in Pyongyang’s Moranbong District. The center was opened in 2015 and is a joint project with the World Federation of the Deaf.

The Non-Profit Organization (NGO) helps to design, create and publish sign language booklets which are used by the children in the kindergarten, and provides other care facilities for disabled Korean children. The donation will go to fund the design and printing of these booklets, to empower deaf Koreans and enable deaf children to learn to communicate.

For more information on YPT’s charity work, please visit: http://www.youngpioneertours.com/ypt-charity/

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