United Nations Children's Fund

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United Nations Children's Fund

Commonly called UNICEF (formerly United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund). An organization within the United Nations that provides humanitarian and other aid to women and children, especially in the developing world. It provides food, shelter, medicine and other necessary supplies. It is financed by governments and individuals globally. It was established in 1946.
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I and my friends have agreed to collect money to fund the United Nations Children's Emergency Fund (UNICEF) because Saudi Arabia has said it would cut its aids to it," the Yemeni child wrote.
It has already garnered support from local business networks from the Philippines, Madagascar, Malaysia, Fiji, Turkey, East Africa, Myanmar and Sri Lanka in addition to Hilton Foundation, UPS Foundation, Salesforce, the United Nations Global Compact, The United Nations Children's Emergency Fund, the International Federation of
PESHAWAR -- District Government, Peshawar with the assistance of United Nations Children's Emergency Fund (UNICEF) and World Health Organization (WHO) established five mobile hospitals in the district.
Dubai: Luxury goods manufacturer Montblanc has joined forces with the United Nations Children's Emergency Fund (Unicef) in a drive to eradicate illiteracy.
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