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Transcript of UNICEF
Who It Helps &
How It Helps
-Helps children whose lives are at risk in developing countries
-Works with governments & partners to make full immunization a part of every child's life
-Nations where routine immunization coverage is lowest/districts where children are least protected
What the Money/Volunteering Is For?
direct hand-s on help with victims
most credible method of helping as a first hand view of what your support is going to.
more enlightening for the volunteer
Who is UNICEF?
UNICEF Tap Project
What It Does
United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund (UNICEF)
-During the 1970s, UNICEF grew into a vocal advocate of children's rights. During the 1980s, UNICEF assisted the U.N. Commission on Human Rights in the drafting of the Convention on the Rights of the Child. After its introduction to the U.N. General Assembly in 1989, the Convention on the Rights of the Child became the most widely ratified human rights treaty in history
Who is UNICEF?
-Nationwide campaign that provides clean water to children around the world
-UNICEF works to improve access to safe water and sanitation facilities
-Provides clean water through donations
$5= 200 days of clean water
10 minutes without your phone= 1 day of clean water
-Founded on Dec. 11, 1946 in the aftermath of World War II.
-Founded by the General Assembly of the United Nations who voted to establish the United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund (UNICEF), an organization to help provide relief and support to children living in countries devastated by the war.
-Over the last 57 years, UNICEF has had only 6 Executive Directors
-Maurice Pate was first executive director from January 1947 until his death in January 1965, a few months before he was to retire.
-American attorney and diplomat Henry R. Labouisse took leadership in June 1965 and held them until December 1979.
Support UNICEF year-round in raising awareness about water-related issues at your work, in school and among friends.
Even the smallest donation can make a difference. Just $5 can provide clean water for 200 days to children in need.
Why Volunteer/ Donate to Our cause?
-The energetic advocate for children James P. Grant, became the third Executive Director in January 1980.
-As fourth Executive Director of UNICEF, Carol Bellamy led the agency from 1995 to 2005.
-Ann M. Veneman became UNICEF’s fifth Executive Director on 1 May 2005.
-In 2010, Anthony Lake became the sixth Executive Director of UNICEF & is currently Executive Director
Indirect help to victims
credible in the sense that UNICEF is an established organization with experience, stats, ambassadors and success stories of what their support has done.
A convenient way of helping for people who are not able to actually travel and volunteer