Drying red peppers which are an important adjunct to the Korean diet of rice and kimchi.
The whole family takes part in the house-building operation.
Refugees from the north re-established themselves in a new area by building a kiln and making kimchi jars.
Land reclamation schemes have helped to increase the arable land in South Korea. This picture shows the building of the protecting sea wall.
To help the farmers, UNKRA started a pig fund under which poor families were given a pig and then repaid by returning a piglet from the first litter.
Mr. Francis Preziosi, an UNKRA welfare officer, visiting one of the orphanages that received aid from UN funds.
An UNKRA welfare officer, Mr. Francis Preziosi, assists in the distribution of farm implements in an aid programme jointly carried out by CARE, KCAC and UNKRA.
UNKRA welfare officers introduced the use of lime to improve the quality of the soil. This method was previously unknown in Korea.
Large sheets of plate glass on a trolley prior to dispatch from the Inchon Flat Glass Plant completed by the United Nations Korean Reconstruction Agency (UNKRA) in September 1957.
New techniques and modern safety measures have come in the wake of mining machinery and equipment imported by the United Nations Korean Reconstruction Agency (UNKRA) under its $13,361,000 programme for the rehabilitation of Korean coal and metal mines. As a consequence, production in the Government-owned Dai Han group of coal mines has surpassed the target figures set in the five year production plan, having risen from an annual output of 667,631 tons in 1954 to over 1,520,000 tons in 1957. Here, in the mine of the Dai Han group, a workman operates one of the Holman compressed-air drills, nicknamed the Jumbo Rig, imported by UNKRA. Using heavy jack drills and equipped with hydraulically-operated telescopic arms, it has a penetration speed of four feet per minute.