18 December 2018

Partnerships

UNICEF’s work in Sri Lanka would not be possible without the support of partners and donors, whose funding has helped drive achievements in child survival and development, education, protection, nutrition, social cohesion and emergency response for every child. As UNICEF embarks on its new country program (2018-2022), this support will remain…, Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, UNICEF Sri Lanka and DFAT The Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) have enjoyed a long-term strategic partnership that has supported real improvements in Nutrition, Education and Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH).  DFAT has provided both humanitarian and regular funding that has enabled UNICEF to responding in a timely and…, European Union, The European Union (EU) has been a valuable strategic partner to UNICEF in Sri Lanka.  During times of humanitarian crisis, the EU has provided essential emergency funds through its humanitarian arm, the ECHO European Civil Protection and Humanitarian Aid Operations (ECHO).  EU funding has also been pivotal in the post-conflict era in resourcing…, Korean International Corporation Agency, UNICEF’s longstanding partnership with the KOICA Korean International Corporation Agency (KOICA) focuses on education, with multi-year funding aimed at improving access to and the quality of education in targeted schools in Ampara, Batticaloa and Killinochchi in the North and East of Sri Lanka. KOICA’s support has made essential contributions to…