UNICEF CWRU

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About UNICEF CWRU

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We Believe in Zero!

For a world where no children die from the preventable causes, we do whatever it takes to make that number ZERO by giving children the essentials for a safe and healthy childhood.
 

Why UNICEF CWRU?

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UNICEF CWRU Club will benefit our university in several ways. UNICEF CWRU will first serve as a space to discuss global issues and concerns. As a club, we will brainstorm unique methods to engage other students so that they too can provide aid to the world’s most vulnerable children. Discussing global issues will also leave the members with a better understanding of current events. UNICEF CWRU will cover a wide range of UNICEF’s Program Areas such as child protection, education, water, sanitation and hygiene, which may align with certain areas of study, allowing for a more insightful, understanding life outside of the classroom. UNICEF CWRU will also provide students with an opportunity to gain leadership positions on campus, adding to our student body’s leadership qualities.

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UNICEF

United Nations Children’s Fund is a United Nations organization established after the devastation of World War II in order to provide humanitarian and developmental assistance to children and mothers across the globe. For nearly 70 years, the United Nations Children's Fund has been putting children first, protecting their rights and providing the assistance and services they need to survive and thrive. UNICEF has helped save more children's lives than any other humanitarian organization in the world. 

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UNICEF USA

UNICEF USA is one of 33 organizations, called national committees, around the world that secures crucial financial support and government funding for UNICEF. UNICEF USA's vision is a better world for children everywhere. Since its inception in 1947, UNICEF USA has provided UNICEF and various NGOs with $7.2 billion in cash and gifts-in-kind.

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Our Team

Faculty Advisor
Dr. Kathleen Farkas
Associate Professor
Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel
School of Applied Social Sciences

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