Inchon, Korea - Republic of
A SOUTH KOREAN WOMAN HOLDS A YOUNG GOAT PRIOR TO ITS DEPARTURE TO NORTH KOREA IN INCHON.
A South Korean woman holds a young goat during the departure ceremony of a cargo ship containing aid for isolated North Korea at Inchon port, west of Seoul, January 3, 2001. On Wednesday civic and religious groups sent $917,000 worth of aid to North Korea including 120 goats, 17,000 pieces of underwear, 120 tons of flour, 33,600 disposable medical syringes, 7,000 pieces of clothing and 2,562 boxes of notebooks and pencils for children. This is the first shipment this year to poverty-stricken North Korea.