Working for Child Survival and Development Year-Round
UNICEF believes in a world where there are ZERO starving children; ZERO exploited children; ZERO children denied an education and ZERO children deprived of clean water. Take action through one or all of the campaigns below to help make ZERO a reality for all children.
Influence public policy and legislative action for the survival, protection and development of the world's children. Sign a petition or send a letter to your Senators or Representative to make child survival issues a priority in Congress.
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The End Trafficking project is the U.S. Fund for UNICEF's initiative to raise awareness about child trafficking and mobilize communities to take meaningful action to help protect children. End Trafficking aims to bring us closer to the day when there are ZERO exploited children.
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The UNICEF Snowflake—a beautiful ornament gracing the intersection of 57th Street and Fifth Avenue in New York City—is the centerpiece of an ambitious program to raise millions of dollars for UNICEF's programs providing immunization, education, health care, nutrition, clean water and sanitation to children in developing nations.
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No one can survive without water. Yet more than 750 million people do not have safe, clean water to drink, and more than 2.5 billion people live without a proper toilet. Every day, nearly 1,400 children under the age of five die of water-borne diseases. Through the UNICEF Tap Project and your social network, you can help stop these needless deaths.
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Kiwanis International and UNICEF have joined forces to help eliminate maternal and neonatal tetanus (MNT), a deadly disease that steals the lives of nearly 60,000 newborns each year. More than 100 million women still live in areas at high risk for MNT in 26 countries across the globe.
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The George Harrison Fund for UNICEF is a joint undertaking between the Harrison family and the U.S. Fund for UNICEF to support UNICEF programs that provide lifesaving assistance to children, including health, education, nutrition and emergency relief.
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Created, inspired and powered by kids since 1950, Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF has helped generations to make lasting change in their global community.
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