COVID-19 has now spread to at least 80 countries and territories. To date, over 95,000 laboratory-confirmed cases and 3,200 deaths have been reported. UNICEF responds and appeals to support the global outbreak response as it opens its campaign.
UNICEF responds to COVID-19, appeals to support the global outbreak response
UNICEF is working to address the global outbreak, focusing on countries that have weak public health infrastructure or social support systems. They are working closely with the World Health Organization, local governments, and other UN agencies, by focusing on the following:
– Facilitating risk communication and community engagement activities, including community-based communication, mass media, and social media;
– Providing critical hygiene and medical supplies for health care and education facilities, including psychosocial support; and
– Ensuring continued access to education where schools may be closed or quarantines imposed.
UNICEF is opening a donation drive for the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) global campaign. For a ₱2,000 donation, the donor can support alternative learning opportunities and psychosocial support for children who can’t go to school. A ₱3,000 donation can help provide critical medical supplies and water, sanitation and hygiene supplies and services. A ₱5,000 can help raise public awareness on prevention and preparedness for COVID-19 in high-risk countries.
A donor can also help by donating any amount to UNICEF COVID-19 Global Response via this link. A donor can choose from the following financial channels:
It also accepts donations via VISA, MasterCard, JCB, American Express, and local banks like BPI, BDO, and Metrobank. UNICEF also caters to donations sent via payment portals like dragonpay and PayMaya.
To donate to the UNICEF COVID-19 Global Outbreak Response, click here.
Also, you can learn more about the UNICEF Philippines Champions for Children Program. You can help. Be a Champion for Children today!
For donation-related inquiries and concerns, please call the UNICEF Philippines donor hotlines at +632 758 1000 or +632 758 1442 (Mondays to Fridays, 9 AM to 6 AM) or e-mail email@example.com for more details.
For more COVID-19 related news and campaign efforts, search COVID on the website search box or click this link.
UNICEF Philippines is CebuFinest.com’s Charity of Choice
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We have decided to pledge our advocacy to assist, with all the best that we can, the future of our country, our dearest Filipino children especially those who are in need. With this, Cebu Finest is proud to announce that we are an official donor to the UNICEF Philippines Champions for Children Program. We signed up for our membership last September 14, 2012, under Philip Andrew Mayol with Donor Number UP65382. Read Our Advocacy Page.
UNICEF is not funded by the UN and relies solely on voluntary contributions. UNICEF is a tax-exempt organization in the Philippines.
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