How does UNICEF help Children in Emergencies?
UNICEF has the global authority to influence decision-makers, we work with local governments to change laws and make a long-term difference for children. We also work on the ground, making a difference in the day-to-day lives of children, families and communities. We provide children with healthcare and immunization, clean water, nutrition and food security, education, emergency relief, protection and more. So when disaster strikes, we can move quickly to save and safeguard children, return them to school, and help families re-establish their lives.
Planned Emergency Results for 2015
2.7 million children to be treated for severe acute malnutrition
13.6 million children to be immunized against measles
WASH (WATER, SANITATION AND HYGIENE)
34.3 million children to have access to safe water for drinking, cooking and personal hygiene
4.9 million children to have access to improved formal and non-formal education
2.3 million children to have access to psychosocial support
HIV and AIDS
257,000 people to have access to information, testing and treatment