The United States Fund for UNICEF - also known as UNICEF USA - is the United States non-profit, non-governmental organization (NGO) that supports the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF). Founded in 1947 by Helenka Pantaleoni, it is the oldest of the 36 UNICEF National Committees that support UNICEF worldwide through fundraising, advocacy and education. Since its inception, the U.S. Fund has provided UNICEF and various NGOs with $6.3 billion in cash and gifts-in-kind.

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  • Lawrence O’Donnell of MSNBC, a former educator himself, is helping UNICEF enhance educational opportunities for children in Malawi through the K.I.N.D. fund (Kids In Need of Desks). You can help Mr. O’Donnell in his mission by clicking here to donate now: https://donate.unicefusa.org/page/contribute/be-k-i-n-d-to-a-student-in-malawi-donate-a-desk-or-scholarship-16081 Lawrence O’Donnell discusses ...

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  • MSNBC’s Lawrence O’Donnell, an educator before he was a broadcaster, is helping UNICEF enhance educational opportunities for children in Malawi through the K.I.N.D. fund (Kids In Need of Desks). We need your help if children in Malawi are to reach their potential: https://donate.unicefusa.org/page/contribute/be-k-i-n-d-to-a-student-in-malawi-donate-a-desk-or-scholarship-16081 In this clip, Lawren...

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  • Lawrence O’Donnell of MSNBC, a former educator himself, is helping UNICEF provide educational opportunities for girls in Malawi. The K.I.N.D. fund (Kids In Need of Desks) relies on donations from people like you to help children in Malawi reach her potential: https://donate.unicefusa.org/page/contribute/be-k-i-n-d-to-a-girl-in-malawi-provide-a-scholarship-16084 Lawrence O’Donnell discusses the nat...

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  • Who do you hear? Children — no matter where they come from or what their migration status — are children first and foremost. Those who were left with no option but to flee their homes have the right to be protected, access essential services and be with their families — just like all children. It is the realization of these rights that gives every child the best chance at a healthy, happy and pro...

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  • UNICEF’s new music therapy program in Azraq Refugee Camp is helping children heal, and develop positive coping mechanisms. Music therapy provides a safe space for children to be creative and share their emotions through words, harmonies, rhythm and melodies. In the program, children learn free expression and group communication through solos, duets, trios and groups. It also enhances their decis...

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  • Every mother wants the best for her children. This Mother's Day, honor your mom with a UNICEF Inspired Gift and help mother's everywhere make their wishes for their children come through: http://bit.ly/2HOLUjQ Stay updated on UNICEF’s humanitarian efforts! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/UNICEF-USA Twitter: https://twitter.com/unicefusa Instagram: http://instagram.com/UNICEFUSA

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  • Since 2014, members of the UNICEF Kid Power team have unlocked enough therapeutic food packets to save over 70,000 children from severe acute malnutrition. Donate today to give more students the power to save lives! All donations made during the month of May will be used to match funds raised by teachers to bring UNICEF Kid Power to their classrooms. Learn more at www.unicefkidpower.og

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  • 7 years of heartbreak. 7 years of devastation. 7 years of hell. UNICEF's youngest-ever Goodwill Ambassador, Muzoon Almellehan, reflects on seven years of war in Syria and being forced to flee her home. UNICEF is working to provide urgent assistance to children affected by violence in Syria, including the millions of refugee children driven from the country. Here's how you can help: http://bit.ly...

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  • Andrea, 18, accepted a friend request from a stranger on Facebook when she was 16: "He sent me some messages, and I replied. That's how it became a problem. He wrote to me every day and told me he knew where to find me, that he would take me with him far away and my family would never see me again." Learn how UNICEF is working across sectors — health, education, water, sanitation and hygiene — to...

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  • Kalkidan, a 14-year-old eighth grader in Addis Ababa, knew from her experience in a UNICEF-supported gender club that sexual abuse was wrong: "My friend told me about how the teacher had been abusing her. Once she spoke up, others came forward to say, 'me too.' We decided to do something about it." Learn how UNICEF is working across sectors — health, education, water, sanitation and hygiene — to ...

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  • Rosie, 16, felt trapped when a family member used to touch her and ask her if she had a boyfriend. Finally, she found the courage to tell her mother: "I think it only takes one little voice to speak out, and other children will feel more comfortable speaking out." Learn how UNICEF is working across sectors — health, education, water, sanitation and hygiene — to improve the lives of girls like her...

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