Korea Foundation for International Healthcare (KOFIH)
01. Increased responsibility in the international community
KOFIH aims to contribute to the roles and responsibilities that fit the international status of Korea. There is a consensus at home and abroad that Korea should expand its contribution to the international community in line with the external growth of 10th place on the trade scale and 20,000 dollars of national income. In particular, the appointment of World Health Organization Secretary-General Lee Jong-wook and UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon speaks for Korea's high status. Currently, the insignificant level of health care support in developing countries must be dramatically increased.
02. Developing countries and North Korean health care support organizations
KOFIH has a mission to lead the development of the international health care sector. They aim to establish itself as a professional and long-term support institution that realizes professional and systematic support and system policy and institutionalization in developing countries and North Korea's health care sector.
03. Globalization of local health problems
KOFIH aims to respond to the global trend of solving health problems in developing countries in cooperation with the international community. Now, the local health care problem is expanding to the survival problem of all humanity. HIV / AIDS, SARS, and other infectious diseases such as malaria and typhoid fever are serious diseases that countries and countries must cope with.
04. Inter-Korean Reconciliation Cooperation and Unification Era
KOFIH intends to take the lead in promoting health and improving the quality of life for North Koreans by promoting reconstruction and modernization of deteriorated North Korean health and medical fields. Through health and medical cooperation, they plan to present a model for reconciliation and cooperation between the two Koreas, and further contribute to alleviating the gap in health care levels between the two Koreas and restoring homogeneity while reducing the cost of unification in the long run.
Promoting international cooperation and contributing to the realization of humanitarianism through health care support projects for developing countries, North Korea, overseas Koreans, and foreign workers
Global partner contributing to health care improvement