|File information||File dimensions||File size||Options|
Original JPG File
4928 × 3280 pixels (16.16 MP)
16.4 in × 10.9 in @ 300 PPI
Website and Low resolution print
2000 × 1331 pixels (2.66 MP)
6.7 in × 4.4 in @ 300 PPI
850 × 566 pixels (0.48 MP)
2.8 in × 1.9 in @ 300 PPI
Full screen preview
29 September 2016
Korea - Democratic People’s Republic of
Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) is an MCC country of sensitivity. While this photo has been vetted and may be used without further checking, please consult the MCC content and vetting policy guidelines when communicating about countries of sensitivity in general.
Media caption: Children stand where their homes once stood in Musan County, Democratic People’s Republic of Korea. Their homes were destroyed by flooding from Typhoon Lionrock. Thousands of people are living in temporary shelters working to rebuild their homes before winter. (MCC Photo/John Lehmann)
More information: Children stand where their homes once stood in Musan County, Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK), also known as North Korea. Thousands of people are living in temporary shelters working to rebuild their homes before winter following severe flooding in the northeast part of the country.
From August 28 to September 2, heavy rains caused by Typhoon Lionrock pounded northeast part of DPRK, causing flooding and landslides in six counties of Hamgyong province. According to the UN, 138 people were killed, more than 69,000 are still displaced and 600,000 people are in need of assistance.
DPRK is a chronically food-insecure country which is prone to disasters, particularly flooding. MCC’s partnerships in the country meant hundreds of people received relief kits and food shortly after the flooding took place.
In September, MCC’s partner, Christian Friends of Korea (CFK), distributed 500 MCC relief kits and 110 school kits to respond to the flooding in Musan and Yonsa counties.
In addition, MCC, through First Steps, will purchase 6,060 square meters of corrugated steel roofing for rebuilding damaged daycares, kindergartens, and clinics in Yonsa. Approximately 4,200 children will benefit from this project.