It is the socialist system that not only values and protects persons with disabilities but raises them up as the proud masters of society.
Comrade Kim Sung Il at the Korean Art Association of the Disabled has overcome all challenges to be an acclaimed violin maker.
The Korean people find the worth of their life in devoting themselves to society, the collective and the country.
In People’s Neighborhood No. 48 in Central District of Pyongyang, a family is taking warm care of others in need, a beautiful example of collective society.
DPRK citizen Ju Su Yang is an art group member of the Korean Art Association of the Disabled.
Disabled persons in the DPRK are put on equal footing with all others by the state and the work for protecting their interests has been ongoing for decades.
December 3 marks the 28th International Day of Persons with Disabilities.
Disabled persons in the DPRK enjoy a worthwhile life where they can achieve all their dreams no matter how big thanks to the socialist system putting them forward.
Ham Jong Ho is now wishing to repay the great favors of the socialist systen which enables disabled persons to achieve their life’s dreams.
Education for the blind has existed in Korea since 1445, and since its foundation the DPRK has enforced free public education for the blind.
Kim Yong Rok, a disabled sportsperson, is honorably adding to the nation’s standing on the international sports arenas.
One of countless stories of the caring socialist system where people of all strata can enjoy genuine human rights and dignity.
Though the spouses of disabled persons are exempt from work in the DPRK, worker Kim Chun Hwa has continued to make many laudable contributions.
The Blind Association of Korea, formed in 2014, is credibly ensuring the rights of blind citizens and is raising social awareness of disabilities.
The Korean people, united as one in their struggle sharing both hardships and pleasures, will continue to lead a dignified happy life.
Singer Pak Jin Ri is today one of the DPRK’s most talented singers thanks to the socialist system helping and encouraging disabled persons.
Advanced treatment methods are being introduced for mobility impairments at the Munsu Rehabilitation Clinic.
Regarding others’ misfortunes as their own is a laudable custom of the people of Socialist Korea.
In the DPRK, disabled persons are afforded special work places and working conditions fitting their physical ability.
Sportsperson Jon Ju Hyon, a person with disability, has honorably brought more sports glory to the DPRK on the international stage.
Nurse Choe Sun Jong fell in love last year with honoured disabled soldier Kim Il Nam.
Ro Jong Sim, the wife of a disabled soldier, is living a happy life raising her family in Taedonggang District of Pyongyang.
Disabled persons in People’s Korea are enjoying full equality and protection from the state, living diverse and fulfilling lives under the socialist system which puts them forward as fellow masters of creation.
The Rangnang Disabled Soldiers’ Essential Plastic Goods Factory in Pyongyang is associated with the warm love of the Chairman for disabled persons.
Disabled persons in the DPRK are enjoying equal rights and special benefit from a state which truly values them and their happy living.