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Welcome to your Global Parent Hub 

Thank you for being part of our incredible community of regular donors, Global Parents. From supporting education programs in remote communities to improving maternal health care during conflict, your commitment and kindness enables us to do the work we do, protecting children and giving them a better tomorrow. 

Your generous, reliable gifts enable UNICEF’s expert teams to reach the children who need it most. Over mountains, across rivers and through the air; we will do whatever it takes to deliver your gifts to wherever it will have the greatest impact for children. 

We work hard to ensure your gifts are used efficiently and appreciate your trust in us to reach every child, no matter what. Together, we can be there for every child, but it truly starts with you. 

In 2021, Global Parents helped UNICEF reach millions of children in need - for more information, read the 2021 UNICEF Annual Report

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people with access to safe water and basic sanitation (2018-2021)

336 m

children with services to prevent malnutrition

48.6 m

children out-of-school with access to learning materials

Mother and child from the Cook Islands smiling at the camera after the baby was vaccinated.
Aimata, a mother, attends a vaccine clinic in the Cook Islands with her son because she wants him to “have the best protection.”
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Your ongoing support is having a positive impact on the lives of children around the world

Thanks to you, we can tell stories of hope, impact and determination. From the Pacific Islands to Ukraine, and even at home here in Australia, UNICEF is working around the clock to deliver for children in need. No matter what.

A young Nepalese girl recovering from malnutrition sits with her mum at their home.
Girisha sits with her mother at their family home in Nepal.
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Meet Girisha, who received life-saving treatment for malnutrition

At three-years-old, Girisha was diagnosed with Severe Acute Malnutrition (SAM). After receiving treatment at a UNICEF-supported Nutritional Rehabilitation Home in Nepal, Girisha is now full of energy and plays with her cat at her family home in Nepal, thanks to Global Parents like you. 

UNICEF Australia Life Cycle Approach

A young Syrian boy and his grandmother unpack a box of supplies from UNICEF
Four-year-old Rashid, together with his grandmother, explore the contents of a UNICEF clothing kit.
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Your unrestricted monthly gifts are very powerful

They allow us to have predictability, flexibility and efficiency in our funding, which results in an even greater impact for children. 

It's only because of you that our expert staff can meet the needs of children throughout their entire childhood and adolescence, pioneering as we go and taking our work to scale.  

In a crisis, when every moment matters, it's your contribution that enables us to be there before, during and after an emergency. Thank you. 

Meet some of UNICEF Australia's Global Parents

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    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.
  • 12¢
    last year, 12 cents covered the essential costs of raising public awareness and fundraising to generate more support for UNICEF’s work.
  • 6¢
    last year, 6 cents were spent on UNICEF Australia’s accountability and administration.
Young children from Niger smiling at the camera
A group of children come together in Southeast Niger.
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