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Right now, children in places like Yemen, Afghanistan and Ukraine need food, shelter, health care and education. UNICEF is on the ground around the world doing whatever it takes to reach these children, wherever they are, whenever they need us.

Our teams act swiftly to defend children from childhood diseases by vaccinating them. We provide textbooks and backpacks so they can go to school. But we simply could not do this without donations from people like you. 

For more than 75 years, UNICEF teams have worked tirelessly in times of peace and conflict, so we can proudly say that we are there for every child in need. 
You can help to make sure no child is left behind.

Help us deliver therapeutic food, emergency supplies and school equipment to children who need them most.

UNICEF is on the ground doing whatever it takes to reach vulnerable children, wherever they are, whenever they need us.

Donate to help children caught in crisis

Afghanistan is one of the most difficult places in the world to be a child. Families are facing three crises at once; conflict, drought and disease outbreaks. 

Then in June, a powerful earthquake struck eastern Afghanistan, in the province of Paktika. More than 1,000 people are believed to have been killed, many more injured. Homes have been destroyed.   

On top of this disaster, 1 million children are at risk of dying due to severe acute malnutrition without immediate treatment across the country. 

Our teams are on the ground in Afghanistan providing health and nutrition support, medical care and water and sanitation supplies to affected families. 

When emergency strikes, UNICEF can deliver life-saving help to children in just 48 hours in more than 190 countries. And long after emergencies fade from the headlines, our teams stay for children.  

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You can help us reach children wherever and whenever the need is greatest. Please make a donation today.

A UNICEF branded four wheel drive crossing a stream of water
UNICEF health and nutrition supplies in the back of a UNICEF-supported mobile health and nutrition team vehicle heading to a village in one of the areas hardest hit by the earthquake in eastern Afghanistan.
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UNICEF is on the ground doing whatever it takes to reach vulnerable children, wherever they are, whenever they need us.

How will my donation help children?

Your donation helps our teams deliver vital supplies to help children have brighter futures, no matter where they are. 

  • With $90 you could provide 176 sachets of Plumpy’Nut®, a therapeutic peanut paste, to help a child recover from malnutrition.  
  • With $150 you could supply two Emergency Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) and Dignity kits.
  • With $258 you could provide a School-in-a-Box kit to help children continue to learn during times of crises and conflict.
A boy is standing on a pile of rubble
Zaid, six, stands in the rubble of his home where most of his family died as a result of the devastating earthquake in Afghanistan.


    How do we use each dollar donated?

  • 82¢
    last year, 82 cents went directly to program expenditure and community education, including long-term development and emergency response work.
  • 13¢
    last year, 13 cents covered the essential costs of raising public awareness and fundraising to generate more support for UNICEF’s work.
  • 5¢
    last year, 5 cents were spent on UNICEF Australia’s accountability and administration.

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