Take Action to Support UNICEF's 75th Anniversary

In Lahore, a four year old girl smiles for the UNICEF camera showing her marked finger after receiving the polio vaccine.
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For 75 years, UNICEF has worked relentlessly to protect the rights, safety and well-being of every child. Today UNICEF has a presence in over 190 countries and territories. Whether in response to poverty, armed conflict, natural disasters or the COVID-19 pandemic, UNICEF helps support the most vulnerable children wherever they may be.

This December marks the 75th Anniversary of UNICEF’s life-saving work. To commemorate this milestone, Senator Coons (D-DE) and Senator Collins (R-ME) introduced Senate Resolution 458. This bipartisan resolution:

  • Applauds UNICEF for the critical role it plays in helping protect the rights and lives of vulnerable children around the world, including the global fight against COVID-19
  • Recommits to the United States’ partnership with and support for UNICEF 
  • Pledges to work with UNICEF to reimagine the future for every child, as the world recovers and rebuilds from the global pandemic

Urge your Senators to cosponsor and pass this resolution and recommit the U.S. Government to support UNICEF as we re-imagine a future for every child! 



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