01 June 2023

UNICEF 2022 Annual Report

This report highlights UNICEF's key achievements across its five goal areas and humanitarian action, engagement with young people and its financial results in 2022.  For children across the globe, 2022 was a year fraught with difficult challenges and intractable crises. Millions suffered the consequences of floods, storms and droughts linked to…, Here is some of what UNICEF accomplished in 2022 with the generous support of our partners and donors., Icon of a bowl of food Goal Area 1: Every child, including adolescents, survives and thrives, with access to nutritious diets, quality primary health care, nurturing practices and essential supplies, 182.4 million children under 5 benefited from services for the early prevention, detection and treatment of child wasting. 77.9 million children were vaccinated against measles.  UNICEF supported 143 countries to deliver COVID-19 vaccination services.  67 countries have integrated mental health services into primary health care since 2021. , Icon of a book Goal Area 2: Every child, including adolescents, learns and acquires skills for the future, 37.9 million out-of-school children and adolescents accessed education in 2022, including 18.6 million in humanitarian settings. Learning materials reached 28.3 million children, including 3.8 million in humanitarian settings., Icon of two hands Goal Area 3: Every child is protected from violence and exploitation, Across 109 countries, UNICEF supported 4.7 million children who experienced violence to receive health, social work, justice or law enforcement services. UNICEF reached more than 5 million women and children in 65 countries with gender-based violence risk mitigation interventions.  The number of girls and women receiving prevention and care…, Icon of the earth with a thermometer Goal Area 4: Every child lives in a safe and clean environment, 26 million people gained access to at least basic sanitation services, 30.6 million to basic water that is safe and available when needed and 23.6 million to basic hygiene. UNICEF direct support resulted in 5.4 million people using climate-resilient water systems and 3.2 million using climate-resilient sanitation facilities. At COP27, UNICEF…, An icon of two people giving a high five Goal Area 5: Every child has an equitable chance in life, With UNICEF support, governments reached over 129 million children with cash transfer programming.  UNICEF expanded the use of humanitarian cash transfers as part of emergency response reaching over 2.8 million households in 43 countries. UNICEF supported the strengthening of local governance capacities for poverty reduction in rural and urban…, Humanitarian response, In 2022, UNICEF responded to both human-made crises and natural disasters aggravated by climate change. The number of people requiring humanitarian assistance continued to grow in 2022, reaching about 274 million, up from 235 million in 2021.  8.8 million children and women in humanitarian contexts received interventions designed to prevent GBV,…, Delivering essential supplies, Supplies are essential to fulfil children’s rights. In 2022, UNICEF procured a record $7.4 billion in goods and services for children in 162 countries and areas, representing a 93 per cent increase from pre-COVID-19 figures. Over $863.9 million worth of emergency supplies were procured and delivered to 140 countries and areas.  Blocks Two men…, Engaging with young people, Young people not only provide key input into UNICEF’s priorities, they are also UNICEF’s most crucial partners in achieving results and driving sustainable change. In 2022, 10.6 million young volunteers played a significant role across sectors including climate action and pandemic and emergency response. U-Report, UNICEF’s digital platform for…, Financial results, Despite 2022’s increasingly challenging fundraising environment due to the war in Ukraine, supply chain disruptions and economic volatility, UNICEF’s revenue reached its highest level to date. While total UNICEF revenue in 2022 grew by an additional $1.8 billion compared to 2021, Core Resources for Results (RR) decreased by 19 per cent, or $284…, For every child, UNICEF Annual Report 2022 every opportunity Published by UNICEFDivision of Global Communication and Advocacy3 United Nations PlazaNew York, NY 10017, USA Contact: pubdoc@unicef.org Website: www.unicef.org Suggested citation. UNICEF Annual Report 2022 New York: United Nations Childrens Fund (UNICEF), May 2023. ISBN: 978-92-806-5461…