Our partners

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Our partners

Partnerships are critical to delivering results for children and to realising their rights. UNICEF Myanmar works with a broad range of partners at national, state and township levels.

UNICEF’s partners play the vital role of implementing programme activities in communities throughout the country. Working together, UNICEF and its partners strive to help Myanmar’s children realize their fundamental rights.
UNICEF’s partners include:

  • National technical departments, including health professionals, nutritionists, educators, water and sanitation experts and social workers;
  • Local non-governmental organizations, including faith-based organizations;
  • International non-governmental organizations;
  • Community groups, including Parent-Teacher Associations; and
  • Other members of the UN family in Myanmar.

Since UNICEF is funded exclusively by voluntary contributions, donors are also crucial partners to UNICEF’s work in Myanmar. UNICEF’s activities are funded by governments, the private sector and individuals around the globe who support our work through National Committees for UNICEF. Major donors include the governments of Australia, Denmark, the United Kingdom, Japan, Germany, the Netherlands, and the United States, as well as the European Commission and UNICEF National Committees in Japan, Italy, Switzerland, Australia, Hong Kong and South Korea.

To successfully meet the goals set for the next years, UNICEF cannot work alone. UNICEF’s partnerships with the government, donors, international and national NGOs, the private sector, and civil society have shown that by working together we can create real and lasting change for children.




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