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Every Child No 3, 2010

Every Child No 3, 2010

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The magazine of the U.S. Fund for UNICEF. In this issue:Kiwanis and UNICEF: Eliminating Maternal and Neonatal Tetanus; 60 Years of Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF; Child mortality drops again; Partner profiles.

The magazine of the U.S. Fund for UNICEF. In this issue:Kiwanis and UNICEF: Eliminating Maternal and Neonatal Tetanus; 60 Years of Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF; Child mortality drops again; Partner profiles.

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Published by: U.S. Fund for UNICEF on Oct 18, 2010
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UNITED STATES FUND FOR UNICEFNo. 3, 2010
Kianis and UNICEF:Eliminating Maternaland Nenatal Tetanus
60 Years f Trick-r-Treatfr UNICEF
 
U.S. Fund or UNICEF
A Message frm the U.S. Fund Bard Chair and President
Dear Friend of UNICEF,The last few months have presented both extraordinary successes and daunting challenges for children, and we are grateful for your steadfastsupport.
That support has helped UNICEF respond to the catastrophic oods in Pakistan and to the enormous ongoing needs in Haiti. Your 
commitment — as well as that of Kiwanians around the world — has also contributed to a momentous new partnership between UNICEF 
and Kiwanis International that will undertake to eliminate an ancient killer disease (see story on page 6).On the child survival front, we have some phenomenal news to share: the global under-ve child mortality rate has signicantly droppedonce again — from 24,000 each day to 22,000 (see story on page 4). This is a reection not only of UNICEF’s effectiveness and resolve, butalso of your support. Because of you, we continue to move closer to the day when zero children die from preventable causes. Take a moment
to consider what this means: thousands more young lives saved every day, thousands more futures protected.
But deadly threats to children persist. In Pakistan, where ooding has submerged a fth of the country — an area roughly the size of Florida —millions of children are imperiled by a potential secondary disaster of malnutrition and disease (see story on page 3). Though UNICEF, together with the Pakistani Government and other partners, is providing key assistance — including clean water for 2.5 million Pakistani children and
their family members — a huge funding gap is hampering the emergency response efforts. Millions of children still desperately need help.
 A second wave of disaster has so far been averted in Haiti — again thanks to your considerable generosity. I (Caryl) visited Haiti and saw rsthand how crucial your contributions have been to UNICEF’s relief efforts in the earthquake-battered nation. These efforts remain critical.We are heartened to report that the U.S. Fund has received a second grant from the “Hope for Haiti Now: A Global Benet for EarthquakeRelief” telethon. The $5 million award, which follows an earlier $6 million grant, will support UNICEF’s child protection programs in Haiti.These funds will make an immeasurable difference in the lives of so many vulnerable children.Lastly, as we celebrate the 60th anniversary of Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF, those of you who have taken part in this special campaign over the years should feel deeply proud. Since it began, TOT has raised close to $160 million for programs that have saved millions of children’slives (see story on page 10).Thank you for standing with UNICEF — and with the children of the world.
Warm regards,
P.S. To support UNICEF’s work in Pakistan, please visit unicefusa.org/pakistan
 Anthony Pantaleoni
Board Chair Caryl M. Stern
President and CEO
 
Every Child No. 3, 2010
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UNITED STATES FUND FOR UNICEFNo. 3, 2010
U.S. Fund or UNICEFBoard o Directors
Honorary Co-Chairs
George H.W. BushJimmy CarterWilliam J. Clinton
Chair Emeritus
Hugh Downs
Chair
Anthony Pantaleoni
Vice Chair
Peter Lamm
President
Caryl M. Stern
Secretary
Gary M. Cohen
Treasurer
Edward G. Lloyd
Honorary Directors
Susan V. BerresordJames H. CareyMarvin J. GirouardAnthony LakeJohn C. Whitehead
Honorary Members
Joy GreenhouseHelen G. JacobsonSusan C. McKeeverLester Wunderman
Directors
Andrew D. BeerDaniel J. BruttoNelson ChaiGary M. CohenMary Callahan ErdoesPamela FioriDolores Rice GahanBruce Scott GordonVincent John HemmerPeter LammTéa LeoniBob ManoukianAnthony PantaleoniAmy L. RobbinsHenry S. SchleiKathi P. SeiertCaryl M. SternJim WaltonSherrie Rollins Westin
Produced by theDepartment o Editorialand Creative Services
Executive Editor
Mia Brandt 
Managing Editor
Adam Fifeld
Art Director
Rachael Bruno
Assistant Managing Editor
Jen Banbury 
Contributing Editor
Eileen Coppola
Contributing Writer
Michael Sandler
Designers
Melissa AxelrodAudrey Hawkins
Copyright © 2010 U.S. Fund for UNICEF.All rights reserved.
In This Issue:
Feature
10–13
Trick-or-Treat orUNICEF Turns 60
Contents
2–5
UNICEF in the Field
6–7
Kiwanis and UNICEF UnveilThe Eliminate Project
8
Donor Activities atHome and Abroad
9
Inside the U.S. Fund(
continued on page16)
14–15
Partner Profles:
Barrie Landry and JeannetteHsu-McSweeney

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