Farming soybeans reduces food shortage problems in North Korea. Therefore, you can partner with a non-profit organisation that is shipping 13 container loads of soybeans to North Korea to be grown and harvested.
For instance, growing and harvesting soybeans in North Korea makes a vital contribution to a diet strikingly short of protein. In 2014, North Korea produced its largest crop – encouraging news since the mid-1990s when famine and an economic crisis hit. In April 2015, a new shipment of soybeans went to North Korea.
In May 2017 all soybean shipments to North Korea were postponed until further notice due to tensions in the area. This postponement continues in 2019.
Source: Voice of America, Asia news. voanews.com
Project Location: North Korea