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Unicef & The Wickens Family 2016

Unicef would like to show gratitude to the Wickens family who for over a decade have so selflessly supported UNICEF programmes worldwide
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on 7 April 2016

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Transcript of Unicef & The Wickens Family 2016


THANK YOU FROM UNICEF
TO THE WICKENS FAMILY FOR
12 YEARS OF YOUR GENEROUS SUPPORT
2004: BRAZIL
EARLY CHILDHOOD DEVELOPMENT
2005: ECUADOR
EDUCATION
2007: LAOS
GIRLS' EDUCATION & WASH
2008: Latin American and Caribbean Region
Education
2005 & 2010: MADAGASCAR
WASH & EDUCATION
GLOBAL GUARDIANS
In 2015 you joined our network of Global Guardians, who exclusively dedicate funds to supporting children who are not in the media spotlight, but are
the most vulnerable and hardest to reach
.
As Global Guardians, you help to transform the lives and futures of even more children around the world.
2013: THE HALLOWEEN BALL
EMERGENCY APPEAL
In 2013 you attended our inaugural Halloween Ball in support of the children of Syria. The UK government
matched your support of over £8,000 pound for pound
.
This enabled Unicef to leverage further funding and
reach even more children with life-saving services
.
2015: 7 REGIONS, 7 PRIORITIES
7: THE DAVID BECKHAM UNICEF FUND
2007: UGANDA, ETHIOPIA & MALAWI
LONG WAY DOWN
In 2013 you donated £50,000 to help
improve access to water and sanitation facilities in rural schools in Tanzania.
In 2015 you donated an additional £50,000 which will further improve access to WASH services in rural schools in Tanzania
benefitting both the health and education of thousands of children.
2013: COPENHAGEN
UNICEF SUPPLY DIVISION
In 2013 Katherine and Jamie visited Unicef's Supply Division in Copenhagen to see first hand how unrestricted resources are used to support our programmes across the world.
Mobilise essential supplies to children and their families
in over 190 countries across our emergency and long-term development work.
Your relationship with Unicef began in 2004 with a kind donation of over
£25,000 in support of early childhood development interventions
in Brazil. Your gift has ensured that children are better prepared to succeed in primary school, building a strong foundation for their future.
Promote parental education on Early Childhood Development
Support early childhood care and development programmes in communities
Design age-appropriate preschool programmes,
ensuring young children are better prepared for formal primary education
.

Implement WASH services in
8 schools, benefitting 10,711 children
Train 42 teachers to promote correct sanitation and hygiene practices
in schools and communities
Train and support 90 community leaders
to manage, develop and promote the project.
Provide one school with vastly improved facilities, benefiting 150 children
Ensure approximately
3,000 children in 20 schools
gained access to cyclone resistant school buildings and safe water, as part of the wider project.
THANK YOU FROM UNICEF
Design and build gravity wells for two villages
with a population totalling 807 people
Build safe and sanitary latrines in schools
Install 10 boreholes and fix 50 more
Produce intercultural materials promoting diversity in education
Employ and train 2,904 teachers
Publish 10 guides for use by teachers and parents alike, an initiative that has
reached 60% of children who previously did not have access to education.
To show our gratitude for your generosity towards Unicef's work for children all over the world, we have compiled a brief history showing the positive impact of your support over the years.
Ben was even a Mascot!
On behalf of the world's children, we sincerely thank you for the transformational change you continue to enable for children in danger.
At The Match for Children at Old Trafford, your £30,000 gift supported the 7 Fund to
ensure positive change for children in danger
.
Every year, waterborne diseases like diarrhoea, cholera and typhoid claim the lives of millions of children in the developing world, and are some of the main causes of death for children under five. Every day approximately 5,000 children die from diarrhoea-related causes alone.
Poor sanitation, water and hygiene affect more than just children's health; children – particularly girls – often miss out on education, because many schools lack proper toilets and hand washing facilities.
WASH (WATER, SANITATION AND HYGIENE)
WASH & GIRLS' EDUCATION
Unicef promotes childrens' wellbeing by providing improved water supplies and sanitation facilities in schools and communities, and by promoting safe hygiene practices like hand washing.
Regular Resources are flexible funds given without restrictions on their use. This vital support allows Unicef to help those children who are most in need by reacting quickly and effectively to changing circumstances - whether responding to humanitarian crises or supporting underfunded long-term programmes - to give children a vital chance.
2013 & 2015: TANZANIA
WATER & SANITATION IN RURAL SCHOOLS
Your support enabled Unicef to:
Thanks to your gift of over £33,000 we have been better able to address a variety of challenges that children face in accessing education across the region.
Fund landmine awareness projects in Ethiopia
Rehabilitate child soldiers in Uganda
Care for children orphaned by AIDS in Malawi.
Your impact in schools will continue to resonate deeply and significantly in communities across the globe well into the future, improving opportunities for today's and tomorrow's children.
Your gift of £50,000 has provided
access to safe water and basic sanitation services for students who had no access to private latrines in schools
, ultimately improving girls' attendance.
In early 2005 you contributed towards
improving access to education for children of indigenous and Afro-Ecuadorian descent
, who are typically 50% less likely to complete primary school education than other children.
Sadly, thousands of children die every day because they lack access to safe water, toilets and hygiene education.
Madagascar is a poor country prone to cyclones, floods and tropical storms. You have generously given over £70,000 to
build cyclone-resistant classrooms and improve access to WASH facilities, including water pumps and sanitary gender-divided latrines in schools.

Your kind gift of £25,000 has helped the programmes visited by Unicef Ambassadors Ewan McGregor and Charley Boorman during the filming of their "Long Way Down" documentary.
Carry out research in collaboration with governments and partners to
address challenges in adapting national curricula for indigenous cultures
Implement a standard of
quality primary education in 10 countries
across the region
Make progress towards
reducing and eliminating school fees
which have previously been a barrier preventing indigenous children from accessing education.
Direct your support to social inclusion programmes across Central and Eastern Europe and the Commonwealth of Independent States.
Help children out of institutions and into
loving foster families
Ensure
disabled children get an education
Support
adolescents to develop skills
for their future.
Your support enabled Unicef to:
WASH & WELLBEING
Your support enabled Unicef to:
Your support enabled Unicef to:
As a result, this has helped to improve school attendance and preserve the dignity of hundreds of girls in two of the poorest districts of Laos.
Your support enabled Unicef to:
Your support enabled Unicef to:
Your support enabled Unicef to:
2007, 2008, 2010, 2012, 2013 & 2015: GLOBAL
UNRESTRICTED RESOURCES
Your support of unrestricted resources enabled Unicef to:
Your founding investment enabled Unicef to:
The 7 Fund is helping to build a safer world for every child, focusing on 7 priorities across 7 global regions.
2015: 7 REGIONS, 7 PRIORITIES
7: THE DAVID BECKHAM UNICEF FUND
2016: BRAZIL
ZIKA VIRUS APPEAL
Most recently you gave £16,000 in response to our Zika appeal combatting microcephaly in Brazil and the wider South American Region.
Your support will enable Unicef to:
Increase awareness in communities about how to avoid mosquito bites and eliminate breeding sites.
Limit the spread of Zika,
mitigating its impact on newborns and their families across the region
Respond to new developments quickly and effectively.
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