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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The new Special Envoy of the President of the Philippines to the United Nations Childrens Fund (UNICEF), Monica Prieto Teodoro, took her oath of office before Philippine Ambassador to the United Kingdom Antonio Lagdameo at a ceremony held at the Philippine Embassy in London last 23 April.
The conference has been jointly organized by the Government of Malaysia, United Nations Childrens Fund and the National Association of Early Childhood Care and Education.
Keita served in several senior management and leadership functions with the United Nations Childrens Fund (UNICEF) in Chad, Congo, Madagascar, Cape Verde, Rwanda, Burundi and the United States.
Lopez previously served with UNDP as Chief of the Policy Unit, Office of Human Resources, Bureau of Management (2001-2004) and with the United Nations Childrens Fund (UNICEF), Division of Human Resources, as Human Resources Officer, Policy (1997-2001), and Human Resources Officer (1994-1997).
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