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Photo 6918

The main smelter building at Changhang. The entire upper structure of this building has been newly constructed to house the forty-five foot span crane shown above. This crane can lift two ladles each containing 20 tons of molten metal.

Photo 7611

Student at Kyonggi Technical High School in Seoul study water flow using a movable channel. The channel is part of $20,000 worth of equipment furnished to the school by the United Nations Korean Reconstruction Agency (UNKRA) for a new hydraulics laboratory dedicated on 14 October 1958. The laboratory, the only one in South Korea will afford training for civil engineering students specializing in irrigation, flood control, land reclamation and the like. Altogether UNKRA has provided this vocational high school with three one-story shop buildings, a three-story building in which the new hydraulic laboratory is located, at a total cost of $159,000 plus another $122,000 in equipment and supplies.

Photo 6986

Yosu Fisheries School is equipped with a model ice plant installed by UNKRA for training purposes. The plant has a daily production capacity of five to six tons of flaked ice and storage accommodation for thirty tons of iced fish. Here the students are learning how the refrigeration units work.

Photo 6261

Two trainees from the UN-aided Korean Fundamental Education Center at Suwon, south west of Seoul, discuss the sesame crop with farmers in a nearby village. The Center was set up by the UNKRA in 1956 to train leaders in rural development work and is now being operated by the UN Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO). Students attend classes at the Center itself and then gain a first-hand view of rural problems through field work in laboratory villages.

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