Zachary Scholten Democratic People’s
Kalamazoo Central High School Republic of Korea
WHO: Topic 2- Infant and Child Nutrition
The Democratic People’s Republic of Korea is appalled at the concept of malnutrition among children. Around the world there are many children and infants who are both improperly fed and left unfed all together. The main issue left is values being balanced improperly. While some value their own personal gain above the good of the world, The Democratic People’s Republic of Korea admires policy that values human life.
Although The Democratic People’s Republic of Korea has never faced issues with keeping its infants and children properly nourished, we have taken movements to prevent it. Our nation does not follow a western system where food is wasted by the greedy and none is left for the needy. The Democratic People’s Republic of Korea uses the simple ideals of equality for all citizens, including allowing all of them to eat from the gracious food yields of our farms. The United Nations has used the UNICEF to fight malnutrition against the youth of the world. The Democratic People’s Republic of Korea has never taken nor requested any aid from this organization or any either group aid for its citizens. Any statistics approved by our Nation’s government will show that issues have never existed in our system and the children of Korea are well taken care of.
The Democratic People’s Republic of Korea supports any resolution that helps the children of the world in a way that doesn’t harm the nations who don’t have the issue. One way to do this could be recommending nations to review their own policy to ensure less food waste, leaving less children malnourished. The Democratic People’s Republic of Korea hopes to work with nations such as Russia and China, as well as others, to create a resolution that works for all.
- Zachary Scholten