United Nations Children’s Fund
UNICEF is the driving force behind creating a world where the rights of every child are realized. The organization has a global mandate to influence a wide range of decision makers and partners to turn the most innovative ideas into reality. This makes UNICEF unique among organizations around the world and among those working with young people. UNICEF believes that education and child care are the cornerstone of human development. UNICEF was founded with this goal in mind: to work with others to overcome the barriers children face through poverty, violence, disease and discrimination. The organization believes that together we can advance the cause of humanity. UNICEF supports measures to give children the best start in life, because good care from an early age is the most solid foundation for a person’s future. UNICEF promotes girls’ education – by guaranteeing a minimum level of basic education – because it benefits all children, girls and boys. Educated girls become better thinkers, better citizens and better parents for their children. UNICEF ensures that all children are immunized against common childhood illnesses and fed properly, as it is wrong for a child to suffer or die from a preventable disease. UNICEF is committed to preventing the spread of HIV / AIDS to young people, because it is right to keep them safe and allow them to protect others. Help children / families affected by HIV / AIDS to live a life of dignity. UNICEF is involved in creating a protective environment for children. The service is there to alleviate suffering in emergencies and wherever children are in danger, as no child should be abused, abused or exploited. UNICEF supports the Convention on the Rights of the Child. The organization works to ensure equality for those who have experienced discrimination, especially girls and women. It also works towards the achievement of the Millennium Development Goals and the progress promised in the Charter of the United Nations. He seeks peace and security and tries to hold everyone accountable for their promises to children. UNICEF is part of the Global Children’s Movement, a broad coalition committed to improving the lives of every child. Through programs such as this movement and the United Nations Special Session on Children, it encourages young people to express their views and participate in decisions that affect their lives. UNICEF works through national programs and national committees in more than 190 countries and territories.