On 16 April 2020 in Nigeria, UNICEF received a delivery of vital health supplies to support the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic via a flight funded by the Maersk Division APM Terminals. The supplies include 10,000 test kits, 15 oxygen concentrators, personal protective equipment (PPE), vaccines, emergency health kits and other vital health supplies, which will support the Government’s COVID-19 Response Plan and UNICEF work in support of children and families in Nigeria.


UNICEF USA partners with companies in ways that leverage private sector resources and expertise to help meet the needs of vulnerable children, increasing UNICEF's impact globally. 

Building best-in-class alliances that meet philanthropic and humanitarian goals

UNICEF USA is proud to partner with leading companies. We strive to build best-in-class alliances that enhance corporate and philanthropic objectives while helping save and improve the lives of children around the world.

And we partner with corporations across industries to make strategic investments in the issues and geographies that are important to our partners’ business operations.

Strategic collaboration between the public sector and businesses is especially crucial in times of crisis. The most successful partnerships are multi-faceted and integrated into a company's philanthropic, marketing and communication strategies.

Helping to increase impact for children globally as UNICEF's fundraising and advocacy arm in the United States

UNICEF USA directly helps UNICEF continue and grow global programs for children.

Partners of UNICEF USA get access to UNICEF's vast global reach, extensive expertise, influence and credibility from over 75 years of working for children and families. Partners bring their own resources, knowledge and commitments, all of which help drive results.

Why Support UNICEF?

There are many reasons to partner in support of UNICEF's work for children around the world. Here are a few:

  • Results: UNICEF ensures children around the globe are healthy, educated, protected and respected through innovative partnerships and programs

  • Boots on the ground: UNICEF operates in over 190 countries and territories with 13,000 staff members working alongside local and national governments and convening other key partners to improve children's lives and protect their rights

  • UNICEF responds to hundreds of emergencies every year, drawing from over 75 years of experience — delivering lifesaving aid and supporting long-term recovery through capacity building and empowering communities and countries to build back better

  • UNICEF has the largest humanitarian supply warehouse in the world that can ship to anywhere within 72 hours, and its buying power has lowered the cost of immunizations and other necessities for better child health

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A UNICEF staff member discusses newborn care with a mother at the regional hospital in Bertoua, east Cameroon, where UNICEF has partnered with the government in support of health programs.


UNICEF USA builds best-in-class alliances with partners across industries and sectors to impact children's lives worldwide. Learn more about the power of partnering with UNICEF.

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TOP PHOTO: On April 16, 2020, in Nigeria, UNICEF received a delivery of vital health supplies to support the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic via a flight funded by the Maersk Division APM Terminals. ©UNICEF/UNI322101