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UNICEF - English III - Jessica & Nils

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OpEx -> Abbr. operational expenditures.
and administrative costs
fixed costs
variable costs
economies of scale
economies scope
" A book, a pencil, a child and a teacher can change the world."
Profile
Past
Structure
BMC
SWOT analysis
Future
Information

Malala Yousafzai - Nobelprice winner 2014
Profile
Structure
Business Model Canvas
1953:

1959
1965
Nobel Peace Prize
Milestones
1946
Food to Europe
UNICEF becomes permanent part of the UN
Key
Activities
Resources
Declaration of the Rights of the Child
social-value proposition
Relations
co-creators
Channels
Revenue streams
Cost structure
United Nations Children´s Fund
Past
Founding Dates
Milestones
Founding dates:
- First name: The International Children´s Emergency Fund (ICEF)

- Created by the United Nations General Assembly

- On December 11, 1946

2002
Special Session on Children


Intellectual
know-how
Human
belief
commitment
Physically
e.g. modular reusual equipment
Financial
donation, grants, subsidies
Information

• Government
• Institutions
• United Nations
• Multilateral organizations ( EU )
• Civil society organizations
◦ Types of CSOs include:
• International and national non-governmental organizations;
• Community-based organizations;
• Social movements;
• Faith-based organizations;
• Advocacy groups;
• Trade unions;
• Women's groups;
• Professional voluntary associations;
• Foundations;
• Independent media;
• Social networks;
• Think-tanks and research institutes.
• Corporate sector
Multi-Country Partnerships
Amadeus
• Barclays
• FC Barcelona
• Gucci
• H&M
• IKEA Foundation
• ING
• Kiwanis International
• Montblanc
• P&G Pampers
• UNIQLO
UNICEF Signature Alliances
• Change for Good
• Check out for Children (Starwood Hotels and Resorts)

National commitees ( 36 )
SWOT ANALYSIS
awareness
touchpoints
online
evaluation
purchase
delivery
after sales
Financial outcomes: donation, grants, sales proceeds, x revenue, membership sign-ups, one-time transactions, recurring transactions
Non-financial outcomes: bevavior change, x social impact, mission-related milestones and outcomes, membership sign-ups
personal assistance
dedicated personal assistance
self service
UNICEF Lab
UNICEF Supply
automated services
Frequently Asked Questions ( FAQ )
communities
rights-based approach communication strategy
national advocacy
community mobilization
co-creation
direct input of the donor to the outcome of the services.
Category

volunteers
participants
collaborative parnerships


Category

customers
members
Category

investors
philanthropists
high donors
low donors

Category

clients
constituencies
recipients
marketing
campaigns
events
production
development
training
networking
research
service delivery
Abbreviation
: UNICEF
Type
: intergovernmental organization
Headquarters
: New York City
Head
: Anthony Lake
Website
: www.unicef.org
Employees
: 7200 employees in over 191 countries and territories
National Committees:
36 countries worldwide
Around 6 million individual donors worldwide
1.36 billion USD (2006) : voluntary contributions from states and donations
"Don't ignore me"
Toddlers in Bangladesh
-> teaching "shoro borno"
Chipo Chitambi-Mando
in Zambia
Anthony Lake
Why did we choose UNICEF?

"Nearly 18,000 children die unnecessarily every single day"
http://apr.nationbuilder.com/
source: http://www.unicef.org/publications/files/UNICEF_Annual_Report_2013_web_26_June_2014.pdf
http://www.unicef.org/publications/files/UNICEF_Annual_Report_2013_web_26_June_2014.pdf
humanitarian assistance US$1.3 billion in 2013
-> 62 % increase over 2012
Activities
resources
Other resources: e.g. equipment, buildings, vehicles, etc ...
source: http://www.unicef.org/publications/files/UNICEF_Annual_Report_2013_web_26_June_2014.pdf
Revenue streams by source of funding
( in US$ )
source: http://www.design4disaster.org/2012/07/25/unicef-user-centered-design/
communication
as fast as possible
http://fieldnotes.unicefusa.org/2012/06/how-mobile-technology-can-help-save-childrens-lives.html
committed to UN Coherence

primary objective:
-> sustainable results
-> effective and efficient
FUTURE
1. The fundamental mission of UNICEF is to
promote
the
rights
of every child,
everywhere, in everything!

2.
Healthy
,
safe
and
well-educated
children are essential for a sustainable planet,
and vice versa.

3. The strategic plan contains the combination of
political

will
and
financial investments
mobilized to advance the Goals to
improve
the
lives
of poor people, particularly children.


source: https://unicefinnovation.cartodb.com/viz/d360d7b4-f4c5-11e2-914d-c774fd9898f6/public_map
partial "World Innovation Map" of the UNICEF offices
http://cartodb.com/
Check it out:
source: http://www.unicef.org/whatwedo/
http://www.unicef.org/about/execboard/files/Private_Fundraising_and_Partnerhsips_Plan_2014-2017_summary.pdf
http://www.unicef.org/strategicplan/files/2013-21-UNICEF_Strategic_Plan-ODS-English.pdf
Contact UNICEF:
For queries from UNICEF in Germany related to donations, Trick-or-Treat or change of mailing address -->
For media related queries please contact -> media@unicef.org
For employment queries
postal address
contact

address
Deutsches Komitee für UNICEF e.V.
Höninger Weg 104
50969 Köln
Tel: 0221 / 93650-0
Fax: 0221 / 93650-279
E-Mail: mail(at)unicef.de
Temporary Appointments
Junior Professional Officer
Internship
Volunteers
Vacancies


-> How to apply
: http://www.unicef.org/about/employ/index_to_apply.html
-
> Online Application
: http://www.unicef.org/about/employ/internship.php
-> E-mail
: Internships@unicef.org
->
General enquiries:
(Tel: +49-228-815 2000 )
Senior staff vacancies
->
All about:
http://www.unv.org
/
->
E-mai
l: eRecruitment@unicef.org
UNICEF offers:
http://www.unicef.org/about/employ/
Thank you !
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