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Corporate Partners

UNICEF strongly believes in the power of partnerships and collaborative efforts and has rich history of working with the corporate sector.

We work closely with multi-national corporations, national companies and small- to medium-sized businesses to identify, design and implement alliances that leverage the strengths of the corporate sector on behalf of the world’s children.

In turn, UNICEF supports companies that aim to strengthen their commitment towards a positive contribution to the world’s communities and environment and provide support to achieve their CSR and business objectives.

Opportunities include efforts driven by long-term, integrated and multi-faceted partnerships which include both traditional and innovative approaches, such as:

• Strategic philanthropy through cash & in-kind contributions
• Employee-giving programmes
• Humanitarian relief & support of emergency appeals
• Cause-marketing initiatives
• Events & sponsorship
• Innovations & program solutions for children
• Policy & advocacy for child rights
• Promoting corporate responsibility
• Training & capacity building

UNICEF is proud that its main corporate partners continue to make sound long-term investments in the next generation despite the recent economic downturn, through strengthened support towards child priorities such as basic healthcare, nutrition, social protection, clean water, and education.

Some of our Corporate Partners


Since 2000, UNICEF is partnering with IKEA Social Initiative to deliver tangible benefits in child rights, such as health, education, and protection, for millions of children and women in India.

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Exide Industries limited (Exide) has joined hands with UNICEF in India to support its Child Environment Programme that works to create better environmental conditions for underprivileged children in West Bengal.

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Oxford Bookstore

Apeejay Oxford Bookstore’s partnership with UNICEF India will help raise funds for UNICEF’s education programmes in India. Through the partnership, Oxford Bookstore will encourage its customers to support every child’s right to education.

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Barclays and UNICEF joined forces to launch Building young futures in 2008. The three-year programme aims to empower thousands of young people across 13 countries including India, by providing them with the support and skills they need to achieve a brighter economic future for themselves and their communities.

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