Thursday, 30 July 2015

Wonsan Baby Home and Orphanage

On June 1, Juche 104(2015) a baby home and an orphanage of peculiar style were built in Wonsan, a coast city in the DPRK to mark the 65th anniversary of International Children’s Day.
The respected Marshal Kim Jong Un who regards children as kings of the country and precious treasures visited the construction site more than once, giving meticulous guidance.
The Wonsan Baby Home and Orphanage have nursing room, education room, reading room for children, nature observation room, wading pool, bathroom, barber’s, clinic and other facilities that are perfect enough not to make children feel any inconvenience in their life.
They are also provided with the geothermal cooling and heating system, outdoor playground and traffic park.
Marshal suggested allowing children to cut the tape to inaugurate the facilities, so that they could always remember the day when they cut the tape with small hands to enter their home.
He gave instructions which would serve as guidelines in properly managing the baby home and orphanage.
He referred to problems on ensuring the best environment of life to children and on steadily enhancing the role and qualities of nurses and teachers, implanting patriotism deep in the heart of children and incessantly improving the nursing and training methods.
He also stressed the need to take a responsible care of the building and facilities and thoroughly abide by health and hygienic principles.
He went on how good it was to have built the fine home for children as our great leaders had desired.
And he said that, following the party and country as their fatherland and mother, the children would grow brightly and cheerfully to be reliable pillars of the country.
Thinking of it, he renewed his determination to shed more sweat for posterity everyday and spare nothing for them. .
The Wonsan Baby Home and Orphanage eloquently show the true aspect of the socialist system of the DPRK in which the party and state are entirely in charge of the parentless children

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