Our impact in 2019: a snapshot of our results for children


UNICEF operates in over 190 countries and territories in some of the world’s toughest locations to reach the children who are most at risk and most in need.

UNICEF Australia Annual Report 2018

In 2019, UNICEF Australia supported millions of children affected by devastating conflict, natural disasters, and emergencies around the world, providing urgent life-saving assistance.

Through our long-term international development programs, we worked to improve children’s access to and quality of healthcare, education, clean water, sanitation and hygiene, and provide protection from violence, abuse and neglect.

Closer to home, our advocacy efforts influenced government policy to create positive impacts for children in Australia and our wider region.

Download 2019 Annual Report
(PDF, 2.50 MB)

“I can’t thank our donors enough for
supporting this vital work. Thank you for
choosing to be there for children in need,
ensuring they not only survive, but thrive.”

Global response


In 2019, UNICEF Australia provided over $13 million to support UNICEF’s global programs. We also sent expert humanitarians and raised much-needed funds in response to the Ebola outbreaks in West and Central Africa, Cyclone Idai in Mozambique, Malawi and Zimbabwe, the ongoing Rohingya refugee crisis in Bangladesh, civil war in Syria, measles outbreak in Samoa, and the humanitarian crisis in Yemen.


Our impact in the region


UNICEF Australia directly supports numerous priority programs in the Asia Pacific region, across child protection and survival, water, sanitation and hygiene, and early childhood development. These programs save lives and ensure some of the most disadvantaged children in our region have the opportunity to fulfil their potential.


Our impact in Australia


In 2019, UNICEF Australia consulted with thousands of young people across the country and provided them the opportunity to raise their views with key decision makers and produced recommendations aimed at strengthening government policy.


Please see UNICEF Australia’s annual report for a more detailed overview on how we work, where donations are spent and the extraordinary results your support achieved for children in 2019.

Download the 2019 report

 

 

Previous years’ annual reports

 

2018

UNICEF Australia Annual Report 2018 Download 2018 Annual Report
(PDF, 2.6 MB)

 

2017

UNICEF Australia Annual Report 2017 Download 2017 Annual Report
(PDF, 2.6 MB)

 

2016

UNICEF Australia Annual Report 2016 Download 2016 Annual Report
(PDF, 4.9 MB)

Download 2016 Financial Report
(PDF, 6.4 MB)

 

2015

UNICEF Australia Annual Report 2015 Download 2015 Annual Report
(PDF, 6.3 MB)

Download 2015 Financial Report
(PDF, 1.7 MB)

 

2014

UNICEF Australia Annual Report 2014 Download 2014 Annual Report
(PDF, 7.7 MB)

Download 2014 Financial Report
(PDF, 1.9 MB)

 

2013

UNICEF Australia Annual Report 2013 Download 2013 Annual Report
(PDF, 4.4 MB)

Download 2013 Financial Report
(PDF, 359 KB)

 

2012

UNICEF Australia Annual Report 2012 Download 2012 Annual Report
(PDF, 5.2 MB)

Download 2012 Financial Report
(PDF, 1.5 MB)

 

2011

UNICEF Australia Annual Report 2011 Download 2011 Annual Report
(PDF, 2 MB)

Download 2011 Financial Report
(PDF, 1.4 MB)

 

2010

UNICEF Australia Annual Report 2010 Download 2010 Annual Report
(PDF, 7 MB)

Download 2010 Financial Report
(PDF, 3.4 MB)

 

2009

UNICEF Australia Annual Report 2009 Download 2009 Annual Report
(PDF, 2.1 MB)

Download 2009 Financial Report
(PDF, 4.3 MB)