Children born to North Korean refugee mothers and Chinese fathers can face difficulties obtaining hukou (household registration papers) because of their mother’s illegal status. This can leave the children stateless, recognized by neither the Chinese or North Korean governments, and denied basic rights such as access to education and other state services. There are estimated to be around 10,000 children born to North Korean refugee mothers in China. (Photo Credit: Liberty in North Korea)
• Pray for the often forgotten children born to North Korean refugee mothers and Chinese fathers; pray for advocates and workers of Christ to help these children obtain their basic rights in China.
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