We support the start of new life and regional adaptation in South Korea

North Korean refugees do not have the financial basis, social ties or family needed to adapt to South Korean society. Without support from the government, it is difficult for them to adjust to the life in South Korea. The Korea Hana Foundation has diverse programs for their start and helps them lead a healthy life by providing medical and psychological support. Supporting them in the early stages of their integration is one of our greatest tasks in helping the refugees become proud members of South Korean society.

Assist with stable and early settlement through tailored management
Tailored management for those who need professional services
Psychological Support Center
Close-up support for early regional settlement
Help socially marginalized North Korean refugees
Financial aid for medical costs and livelihood
Public health care system for those with serious and chronic disease
Shelters and group homes for those without housings