FFHC - Tigal land Reclamation at Daedu.ck/Komaz Korea -- 1964
One thousand two hundred and forty hectares of rich tidal land have been reclaimed from the sea in South Korea by a cooperative group of some three thousand families, mostly displaced persons from the north. New Zealand voluntary agencies, through Inter-Church Aid, have contributed technical equipment and implements to the value of U.S. $128,000 to the Daeduck wing of the project.
719/9 Thirty settler families, or 230 people, live in these two rows of six houses each at Koma. Other families -- for summer, at least -- sleep outdoors.