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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  • 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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  • 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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  • Mestawet, 14, told friends in her village that child marriage was a harmful practice. But then her parents told her they were going to marry her off: "I told my parents, 'I do not want to get married.' But they refused. That's when I ran to the police station." Learn how UNICEF is working across sectors — health, education, water, sanitation and hygiene — to improve the lives of girls like her a...

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  • Thirteen-year-old Aysha spends about eight hours fetching water every day in Ethiopia, where she lives. In fact, 2.1 billion people have no safe drinking water and 4.5 billion have no access to adequate sanitation. Over the last three years, we helped over 100 million people gain access to water, sanitation and hygiene and will continue working tirelessly to protect the future of every child. Wate...

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  • Rosemaine Jean is a 12-year-old girl in Brésilienne, Haiti. She first heard of cholera on the radio. Then it struck closer to home. Children like Rosemaine are not waiting for someone to solve their problems. They're learning from teachers and nurses how to stay safe. They're taking their futures into their own hands. Rosemaine chooses to spend her free time making sweets from coconuts and almond...

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  • Meet 18-year-old Rukhshar, from the National Women’s Cycling team of Afghanistan. She believes every girl and woman should have the right to ride a bicycle or drive a car — and she's training hard to help make that a reality. UNICEF would not be able to provide support to children in need without donations from people like you. Help UNICEF save lives and donate to UNICEF USA here: https://www.uni...

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  • When shelling and bombing drove 10-year-old Hiba and her family from their home in Homs, Syria, the burden of collecting water fell to her. UNICEF would not be able to provide support to children in need without donations from people like you. Help UNICEF save lives and donate to UNICEF USA here: https://www.unicefusa.org/ Find out how you can get involved with UNICEF USA... Facebook: https://ww...

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  • More than 3 million children have been born in Yemen since the civil war escalated in 2015. Children born in the last 1,000 days face huge challenges to survive. Almost the country’s entire population—22.2 million people—requires humanitarian assistance.

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