UNICEF International

UNICEF, working in almost 200 countries, is the leading humanitarian aid agency working to save the lives of children around the world and provide them with clean water, education, protection in emergencies, and more.
 
UNICEF was established in 1946 by the UN, following the initiative of Dr. Ludwig Rajchmann—a Polish Jewish doctor and world-renown leader in public health, who led the establishment of UNICEF to provide aid to children of Europe in the aftermath of WWII regardless of their ethnicity, religion, or gender.
 
UNICEF—the United Nations Children’s Fund—developed into a global organization aiming to save the lives of all children in every country around the world. 
On the Road to Dadaab- the personal story of Chris, part of the UNICEF team work in the Horn of Africa:
"When Abdile and his children arrived at the Hagadera reception centre, Aden was near death. Lacking the strength even to swallow..."

How can I save a child?
 
50 NIS will save a malnourished child by providing 20 days of Plumpynut food supplements rich with protein and vitamins 
 
10 NIS will provide 50 water purification tablets that can give up to 250 liters of drinking water 
 

Elijah was admitted into the hospital with a severe case of malaria and measles. He was critically ill and suffered dramatic weight loss. He was in Kenyata Hospital for one month. When he returned home from hospital his mother tried very hard to help him gain weight. At age 10 months, he weighed 4.5kilos.