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U.S. Fund for UNICEF Annual Report 2010

U.S. Fund for UNICEF Annual Report 2010

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U.S. Fund for UNICEF Annual Report 2010.
More than 640,000 individual donors contributed to the U.S. Fund in the past year. That generosity, combined with the partnership of corporations, foundations, NGO's and sports partnerships, generated a total revenue of more than $435 million for the U.S. Fund for UNICEF for the fiscal year 2010. We also welcomed our former Board Chair, Anthony Lake as the new Executive Director of UNICEF.
U.S. Fund for UNICEF Annual Report 2010.
More than 640,000 individual donors contributed to the U.S. Fund in the past year. That generosity, combined with the partnership of corporations, foundations, NGO's and sports partnerships, generated a total revenue of more than $435 million for the U.S. Fund for UNICEF for the fiscal year 2010. We also welcomed our former Board Chair, Anthony Lake as the new Executive Director of UNICEF.

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Published by: U.S. Fund for UNICEF on Nov 12, 2010
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2010 Annual Report| U.S. Fund or UNICEF
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2010 Annual Report| U.S. Fund or UNICEF
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The ght or child survival takes place every day — in remote villages and inbustling cities, in peaceul areas and in regions wracked by war, in placesreachable by train or car and on terrain passable only by camel or donkey. Itis a ght won painstakingly, child by child, vaccine by vaccine, mosquito netby mosquito net. And it is a ght in which success is oten measured by whatdoesn’t happen — by what is
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In the last year, the generosity o our supporters has helped UNICEF combat — andprevent — the death and suering o children all over the globe. Ater Haiti’s colossalearthquake in January claimed more than 220,000 lives, the immediate compassionshown by U.S. donors enabled UNICEF and its partners to act when it mattered mostand to provide a critical lieline to survivors. As a result, a second wave o deaths — in theorm o disease and malnutrition — was averted in the months ollowing the disaster.In many other countries — rom Sudan to Guatemala, rom Kyrgyzstan to Vietnam— your support made it possible or UNICEF to provide immunizations, health care,improved nutrition, clean water, protection, and education or millions o vulnerablechildren and their amilies. The impact o these eorts is proound. UNICEF recentlyannounced that the number o children under age ve dying each day has droppedyet again, rom 24,000 to 22,000. This means that since 1990 — when 34,000 diedevery day — UNICEF and its partners have helped cut the global child mortality rate byone third.Despite this undeniable progress, UNICEF has ound that a child mortality gap is actuallygrowing between the world’s poorest children and those rom well-o amilies. Thisemerging disparity needs immediate attention, and while continuing its work o savingall children rom preventable deaths, UNICEF is now redoubling eorts to reach themost marginalized and the most remote. This approach could potentially prevent 60percent more child deaths. With your ongoing support, we can save even more younglives each year and protect more promising utures.
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Number of child deaths per day, 1990–2010
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Fighting or Every Child

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