Not On Our Watch Grant to UNICEF to Support Critical Protection Programs for Zimbabwean Refugee Children
Immediate Funds to Improve Care and Protection of Migrant Children in
“I’ve seen first-hand how dire the situation is for Zimbabwean refugees in
While the formation of a new coalition government in
UNICEF and its partners are supporting the South African government’s efforts to improve the care and protection of migrant children. The support from Not On Our Watch will allow UNICEF to provide emergency assistance, prevent and respond to exploitation and gender-based violence, and strengthen the capacity of the South African Department of Social Development to respond to children’s complex needs.
“UNICEF gratefully acknowledges the vital support of Not On Our Watch, which will contribute to the survival needs of Zimbabwean children in Musina,” said
For more than 60 years, UNICEF has been the world’s leading international children’s organization, working in over 150 countries to address the ongoing problems that contribute to child mortality. UNICEF provides lifesaving nutrition, clean water, education, protection and emergency response saving more young lives than any other humanitarian organization in the world. While millions of children die every year of preventable causes like dehydration, upper respiratory infections and measles, UNICEF, with the support of partnering organizations and donors alike, has the global experience, resources and reach to give children the best hope of survival. For more information about UNICEF, please visit www.unicefusa.org.
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SOURCE U.S. Fund for UNICEF