Another type of two storied house built in Seoul with UNKRA materials as part of the Agency's programme to help alleviate the acute housing shortage.
The 150,000 gallon water tank at Inchon Flat Glass Plant. In the background are the furnace and Fourcault building, storage silo and batch house.
The charging end of the glass melting tank. This tank is maintained at a heat of 2700 degrees Fahrenheit.
Glass melting tank with the Fourcault machine in the foreground. This machine will produce 10 tons of glass per day.
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.
Students loading flaked ice from a quayside ice plant prior to departing on a fishing trip. Yosu Fisheries School owns two trawlers and students take turns on going out on fishing expeditions as part of their training.
Yosu Fisheries School which has been rehabilitated and re-equipped by UNKRA at a cost of $90,000.
An international instructor at the Korean Fundamental Education Center gives a lecture on Public Health and Hygiene with the assistance of her Korean counterpart.
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.