reached with lifesaving vaccinations in 2016.
provided with education materials over the last 3 years.
reached with safer water in humanitarian situations over the last 3 years.
for the pentavalent vaccine in 2016 that protects against 5 child-killing diseases. It will save an estimated 5.7 million children’s lives by 2020.
on procurement of vaccines and other supplies for children in 2016, bringing our total estimated savings with partners to US$1.5 billion over the past 5 years.
in average price of mosquito nets between 2000 to 2015. In this time, there has been a 50.3% drop in malaria-related deaths.
responded to in 108 countries in 2016.
reached with safe water in humanitarian situations in 2016, 3.7 million in the Syrian Arab Republic alone.
treated for severe acute malnutrition in humanitarian situations in 2016.
come together to inform humanitarian action. Technology giants such as Google, IBM and Telefónica have signed up to our Magic Box Initiative.
HIV test results in rural areas of Zambia, through our RapidPro mobile platform, help prevent transmission from HIV-positive mothers to their infants.
reached offline through our Internet of Good Things with educational and lifesaving information in more than 40 countries and 20 languages.
have benefitted from FC Barcelona Foundation and UNICEF’s partnership to promote child development through sport since 2006.
to be reached through a European Union and UNICEF programme – the largest ever by the EU of its kind – to help educate Syrian refugee children in Turkey.
saved since 1990, primarily by mass vaccination, through efforts by Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, UNICEF and other partners.
in 34 countries can voice their opinions and connect with their leaders through UNICEF’s social messaging tool U-Report.
funded after singer-songwriter Shakira and FC Barcelona star Gerard Piqué organized a global baby shower ahead of the birth of their second child.
on social media meant UNICEF was one of the most followed non-profit organizations in the world in 2016.