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Every Child No 1, 2010

Every Child No 1, 2010

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The magazine of the U.S. Fund for UNICEF. In this issue: Special report on the Haiti earthquake; a look at UNICEF's child protection programs; a field visit to Ethiopia; and Partner Profiles.
The magazine of the U.S. Fund for UNICEF. In this issue: Special report on the Haiti earthquake; a look at UNICEF's child protection programs; a field visit to Ethiopia; and Partner Profiles.

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Published by: U.S. Fund for UNICEF on Oct 15, 2010
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Every Child No. 1, 2010
Whvr  ks  sv  hd.
Haiti’s Childrenin Crisis
U.S. Fund or UNICEF
In Thi Ie:
When Children Are Put in Harm’s Way —
A Look at UNICEF’s Child Protection Programs
Special Report: Haiti Earthquake
UNICEF in the Field
Inside the U.S. Fund
Field Visit to Ethiopia
Partner Profles:
Rhonda Mims and INGSusan HollidayCiara Smyth
Every Child No. 1, 2010
A Mssa frm  U.S. Fud Bard Car ad Prsd
Dear Friend of UNICEF,
The earthquake that struck Haiti on January 12 caused horric destruction — and the nation’s children bore the brunt of thisdisaster. Because of you, UNICEF was able to act quickly and decisively, providing medicines, immunizations, clean water,therapeutic foods, and other critical services to affected children and families (see story on page 2). The response of the U.S. Fund’smany supporters has been phenomenal: as of February 23, we have raised more than $50 million in cash and pledges to supportUNICEF’s vital work helping earthquake survivors.We want to extend a special thank you to Major League Baseball, theNational Basketball Association (in partnership with the NationalBasketball Players Association), 1199SEIU United HealthcareWorkers East, and Jefferies & Co. — each of whom donated at least$1 million to support UNICEF’s relief efforts. These organizationsacted when it mattered most to save children’s lives, and their leadership and commitment are making a tremendous impact on the ground in Haiti (see story on page 5).U.S. Fund partners UPS, Colgate-Palmolive, and Henkel Consumer Goods Inc. also played a key role in helping to meet the needs of some of Haiti’s most vulnerable children. These corporations teamed up with the U.S. Fund to provide care packages for 50,000unaccompanied children who were left homeless and separated from their families (see story on page 6).We are also grateful for the generosity of several private donors, which has enabled the U.S. Fund to cover all administrative costsassociated with Haiti relief. As a result, 100 percent of all donations made to the U.S. Fund to support Haiti relief — literally every penny — is going toward helping children and their families in Haiti.This calamity in Haiti is one of many challenges we now face, and we are grateful that, no matter how daunting the task, our  partners are always at our side — enabling us to carry out our mission. Because of your unyielding dedication, we continue tomove ever closer to the day when zero children die of preventable causes.Thank you for making UNICEF’s urgent work possible. And thank you for believing in zero.Warm regards,P.S. To continue to support UNICEF’s work in Haiti, please visit
unicefusa.org/haitiquake. Anthony Pantaleoni
Board Chair 
Caryl M. SternPresident and CEO

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