Support UNICEF in Papua New Guinea

Support UNICEF

 

Support UNICEF

The information in this website tells you how UNICEF supports national efforts in dealing with challenges faced by children and women in Papua New Guinea and shows how UNICEF works with government and other partners including the donor community.

With your support, we can expand our efforts to eliminate needless deaths among women and children: get all school-age children, especially the girls, to schools; prevent the fast spreading HIV infection among young people and babies: prevent abuse, exploitation, and neglect of children. Help us to make a difference in the lives of Papua New Guinean children.

UNICEF depends entirely on voluntary contributions for all our work and receives no dues assessed to UN member states. UNICEF relies on contributions worldwide from individuals, governments, corporations and non governmental agencies to continue its vital work for children.

To learn more about how you can support UNICEF’s work please visit http://www.unicef.org/ or contact your National committee for UNICEF.

If you interested in learning more about how you can contribute to UNICEF in Papua New Guinea, please contact

Baba Danbappa
Representative
UNICEF, Papua New Guinea
send an email to: bdanbappa@unicef.org

or

Noreen Chambers                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Communication Officer                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       nchambers@unicef.org

Volunteers

UNICEF generally secures its international volunteers through the United Nations Volunteer programme, which requires volunteers with highly specialised skills and a long-term time commitment. For more information, visit the UN Volunteer Programme website at http://www.unv.org/


 

 

 
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