Partnerships are essential to UNICEF’s ability to tackle issues that many children face today. By supporting UNICEF, companies that aim to strengthen their commitment to changing the lives of children can create and realize the benefits of shared value
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UNICEF is funded entirely by volunteer contributions, and a steady pool of flexible and predictable funding is needed to allow us to do our work on behalf of children and their families in Nigeria.
Strategic partnerships allow us to work to improve public policy, increase our technical capacity, and come up with new approaches and practices to work better for children.
With the backing of partners, we can help children across the country improve their lives and realize their rights.
If you work with UNICEF, you’ll be supporting long-term programmes and emergency relief efforts, and helping us advocate for issues vital to children.
Why partner with UNICEF?
Partnerships are essential to UNICEF’s ability to tackle issues that many children face today. By supporting UNICEF, companies that aim to strengthen their commitment to changing the lives of children can create and realize the benefits of shared value.
A partnership with UNICEF can give corporate partners an opportunity to align themselves with the world's leading and most respected children's organization and support its work ensuring that the basic rights of health, education, environmental equality and child protection are advanced.
We offer partners the chance to build long-term strategic relationships; our corporate partners benefit by building brand equity and differentiating themselves from competitors through social investment in local communities, which can improve customer relationships and increase sales and market share.
We can advocate with governments at the policy level, and we have the technical expertise and ability to scale up programmes. We have substantial reach in the country, with a presence in the FCE and in nine field offices covering the 36 states of the federation.
Our best results come from multifaceted partnerships. Through these, we have created shared value with private sector organizations, sponsored international, regional and national events, developed multi-stakeholder partnerships, and invested in multiyear grants that support UNICEF’s core programs.
We work closely with multinational, national and small-to-medium-sized businesses to identify, design and implement alliances that use the strengths of the corporate sector for the benefit of children.
We are able to tap the private sector to benefit from its technical know-how in order to find new ways to improve services for the most vulnerable children and to raise much-needed funds to support our work.
Each corporate partnership involves a thorough process of discussion, negotiation and dialogue between UNICEF and the company concerned.
All partnerships with UNICEF are based on a common agenda, a mutual respect for ideas and visions, and a commitment to build a relationship that benefits both parties.
Above all, we try to establish partnerships which will to help us improve the lives of children and adolescents in Nigeria.
Humanitarian relief and support for emergency appeals
Strategic philanthropy through cash and in-kind contributions
Shared value partnerships
Employee giving programmes
Events and sponsorships
Innovations and programme solutions for children
Policy and advocacy for child rights
UNICEF is proud to partner with individuals and corporations that continue to make sound long-term investments in the next generation of children, providing them access to healthcare, nutrition, social protection, clean water, and education.
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