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Every Child #1 2011

Every Child #1 2011

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In this issue of Every Child:
-The power of school
-UNICEF in the field
-Inside the U.S. Fund for UNICEF
-Donor activities at home + abroad
-Field Visits
-Partner Profiles
-Remembering Mary Emma Allison
In this issue of Every Child:
-The power of school
-UNICEF in the field
-Inside the U.S. Fund for UNICEF
-Donor activities at home + abroad
-Field Visits
-Partner Profiles
-Remembering Mary Emma Allison

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Published by: U.S. Fund for UNICEF on Mar 31, 2011
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The Power of School
Saving Lives and Futures 
U . S . F u n d o r U N I C E F
A Message from the U.S. Fund Board Chair and President
Dear Friend of UNICEF,Every day, you help us to be the voice of the world’s children. It’s not always easy. This Earth can be a loud place.But you have shown over time that you know how imperative it is that children are heard, that their needs areaddressed, that they are protected and given the opportunities for health and education they all deserve.The one-year anniversary of the Haiti earthquake was a stark reminder of just how essential it is to put childrencenter stage (see p. 3). UNICEF believes that children must be at the heart of the recovery in Haiti to ensuremeaningful transformation and lasting progress. The generation of children we are helping in Haiti now will
become the adults who lead their country away from its cycle of poverty and unfullled potential. We have been
awed by their resilience and determination — despite all they have lost in the last year — to get the education
they know they need to elevate their lives, and their country. With your support, we will continue to help Haiti’s
children attain that education.
The core benets of a good education are no mystery. But a recent study published in
The Lancet
shows, in avery concrete way, that education can actually make an entire nation healthier. The study found that increases in
girls’ education over the last 40 years are responsible for about half of the drop in global under-ve child mortality
(see feature p. 10). Findings like these reinforce why it is so crucial to improve all aspects of children’s health andwell-being. And why UNICEF is not just a relief agency — it is a relief, recovery, child survival, and developmentagency. UNICEF is there long before any disaster strikes, and doesn’t leave when the emergency is over.
Despite our country’s still-difcult economy, you have continued to show unagging generosity toward vulnerable
children worldwide. You can be justly proud that, while charitable giving is still suffering a nationwide slump,
donations to the U.S. Fund are not. We are grateful that you and so many new donors recognize UNICEF — and
the world’s children — as an invaluable investment. Thank you.P.S. To further lend your voice to Haiti’s children, please visit UNICEFHaiti365.org.
Anthony PantaleoniBoard Chair Caryl M. SternPresident and CEO
E v e r y C h i l d N o . 1 , 2 0 1 1
Produced by the Department o Editorialand Creative Services
Executive Editor
Mia Drake Brandt 
Managing Editor
Adam Fifeld
Art Director
Rachael Bruno
Assistant Managing Editor
Jen Banbury 
Contributing Editor
Eileen Coppola
Contributing Writer
Kevin Cavanaugh
Melissa Axelrod
Copyright © 2011U.S. Fund for UNICEF.All rights reserved.
U.S. Fund or UNICEF Board o Directors
Honorary Co-Chairs
George H.W. BushJimmy CarterWilliam J. Clinton
Chair Emeritus
Hugh Downs
Anthony Pantaleoni
Vice Chair
Peter Lamm
Caryl M. Stern
Gary M. Cohen
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
Andrew D. BeerDaniel J. BruttoNelson ChaiGary M. CohenMary Callahan ErdoesPamela FioriDolores Rice Gahan, D.O.Bruce Scott GordonVincent John HemmerPeter LammTéa LeoniBob ManoukianAnthony PantaleoniAmy L. RobbinsHenry S. SchleiKathi P. SeiertCaryl M. SternJim WaltonSherrie Rollins Westin
In This Issue
The Powero School —
Saving Lives and Futures 
UNICEF in the Field
Inside the U.S. Fund
Donor Activities at Homeand Abroad
Field Visits
Partner Profles
Lorraine Nelson andBernard Taylor
Mary Emma Allison

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