Output of Dairy Products Boosted in DPRK
Pyongyang, February 12 (KCNA) -- Well underway in the DPRK are the nationwide and all-people efforts to carry out the new childcare policy which was advanced by the Workers' Party of Korea as its foremost policy to further improve childcare conditions at all costs for the children, the future of the country.
Every province, city and county have worked to increase the output of dairy products, thus boosting the number of dairy cattle nationwide, successfully building and rebuilding lots of cattle farms and creating pasture of tens of thousands of hectares, along with the ever-increasing output of dairy products.
Some 2 000 pieces of equipment designed to produce milk powder have been installed nationwide and much progress made in the construction of hundreds of storehouses for dairy products with high hygienic safety, thus stepping up the work for laying production foundations capable of feeding quality and fresh dairy products to children on a normal basis.
Against this backdrop, the state well-planned supply system and order have been established and the institutional guarantee for implementing the Party's childcare policy provided.
In accordance with the guides on the supply of dairy products, supply cards were issued for all preschoolers and practical steps taken to check that even one child is not excluded from the list of supply.
With top priority given to the work for carrying out the Party's childcare policy, the Korean children are growing more healthily.
According to the survey of children growth at the end of last year, their immunity has been boosted as a whole and it was acknowledged that the health of children in the countryside is getting better day by day.
This is an evident manifestation of the validity and vitality of the childcare policy by the Workers' Party of Korea. -0-