We’re an Australian charity with a global footprint, providing children and young people with the foundation they need to thrive.
Every day, we’re working with families, communities and local organisations to better the lives of children and young people here in the Asia Pacific and around the world. From emergency relief to long-term development solutions, we work alongside our partners to ensure that every child is healthy, educated and safe so that they can thrive to reach their full potential. No matter what.
There for children who need us the most
Delivering long-term international development programs and partnering with local organisations who are doing the same.
On the ground for children when crisis strikes
Responding to humanitarian emergencies, delivering short- and long-term support and protection for children in crisis situations.
Championing the voice of children and their rights
Advocating for children by influencing policy and guiding decision makers in prioritising children’s best interests at all times.
Creating sustainable change for every child in need
How we're making an impact in the Asia Pacific region
With your help we provide
UNICEF Australia is working at community and policy levels to influence meaningful, long-term and sustainable change.
Providing access to nutritious food not just in one moment, but for a lifetime.
We’re responding to
UNICEF Australia provides high-impact, low-cost solutions that address the challenges faced by many families across the world.
We work in 190 countries
UNICEF has a local presence and a global reach. We’re active in 190 countries and territories – more than any other children’s organisation. To improve the lives of vulnerable children, we’ve also made a special commitment to support critical, underfunded programs, here in Australia and across the Asia Pacific with a key focus on the following countries.
Help UNICEF. Become a Global Parent.
As a Global Parent, your monthly donation will provide steady, ongoing support for a child at the most critical time of their growth and development.