Support for living(Ethiopian War Veterans who participated in the Korean War)


Supporting Ethiopian Korean War veterans who suffers from economic poverty through pensions in order to ensure their healthy living.

Supporting Ethiopian Korean War veterans who suffers from economic poverty through pensions in order to ensure their healthy living.

Ethiopian Korea War Veterans, Who will help without World Together?

As the Korean War started, Ethiopia first send 1,300 Royal Army called ‘Kang Nyu unit’ in April, 1951, and eventually send 6,037 until March, 1956, even after the armistice was signed. ‘Kang Nyu’ unit was deployed in mid-east region of Gangwon province and won all 253 battles. Total casualties were 123 killed-in-action, and 536 wounded but Ethiopian Army did not left any prisoners.

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Korean War Veterans

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Current Surviving Veterans

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Support Honorarium

Supporting surviving Ethiopian Korean War veterans with small amount of pensions.

Honorarium Condolence Payment to veterans' family

Give condolence aid to the war veteran’s family who already passed away and provide support for veteran’s family.

Host commemoration ceremony

Host annual commemoration ceremony for surviving veterans.

Other support services

Provide necessities and medical support.

Number of recipients(As of 2016)

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Number of recipients(As of 2016)

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Veteran Mekonen Tadesse

“I still remember like it was yesterday that I sacrificed my life to fight for the freedom and peace of Korea.”

Veteran Sisay Gebre Mariam

“Republic of Korea is a ‘brotherhood country.’ It is very grateful that many people still remember the past and providing support.”