Where we work

Explore UNICEF’s EU-funded projects across the world where we are working hand in hand to protect the rights of all children

Students look at an inflatable globe, part of the educational supplies contained in a School-in-a-Box, at a new Transitional Learning Centre in the Uchiprang refugee camp, near Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh, Saturday 21 October 2017.
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A worldwide partnership for every child

In 2018, the partnership between the EU and UNICEF covered 65 countries, reaching the most in need children and families in some of the most difficult-to-reach territories. UNICEF country offices work closely with EU Delegations around the world, as well as with the experts of the European Commission in the field.   

In Europe, UNICEF works with EU member states governments and citizens to promote children's rights with EU institutions. 

The map below shows where the EU and UNICEF work together in various projects: 

 

UNICEF Map showing ongoing EU-UNICEF join projects around the world
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Explore in which countries UNICEF and the European Union are working hand in hand to protect the rights of all children (as of August 2019).