In late 1980, Ms. Kim was born to ‘the great famine’ of North Korea in Bochung, Yangkangdo. Her family was living in poverty, and every day was a struggle. One day, a wire electrician in her town told her sister she could make money in China, and he arranged a meeting with human traffickers. Her older sister was sold to a Chinese man, and the family didn’t know about this for months. The electrician was caught by the North Korean police, and with torture, he told them Kim’s sister was responsible for everything. His testimony brought Kim’s sister back to North Korea. For 8 sleepless days, she was tortured, and forced to confess to a crime she hadn’t committed. Her sentence for selling women to Chinese human traffickers was 11 years in prison. Ms. Kim wanted to save her sister. She decided to go to China to make bribe money for her sister. (Bribe money is widely used. You can accomplish almost anything with this type of money)
She was also sold by human traffickers, and lived a harsh life for one year. After one year, she finally received a chance to contact her family in North Korea. However, her loving sister already passed away in prison. Many cannot survive the prison cell in North Korea. She also heard that her father was deported from his home town, and suffering from leukemia. She had no hope in going back to her hometown, so she took a chance to go to South Korea.
She wishes to live in a lawful society where the regulations and rules are just.
NAUH will do our best to help her in her journey in South Korea.
Please join us in saving one life at a time.
We at NAUH desire to rescue every person who appeals to us for help, but there are times we must turn people down because of lack of funding.
It costs about $2000 USD to save one refugee life. (Our priority is orphans, women, and men in that order)
Because of your contribution, we are saving one life at a time;
partnered with you so far to give freedom to 392 lives.