WHAT IS UNICEF?
UNICEF or The United Nations Children’s Emergency Fund was established on the 11th of December, 1946 in New York, United States. In 1953, UNICEF permanently joined the UN and changed its name from the United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund to the current name, the United Nations Children’s Emergency Fund. UNICEF was originally created to provide food as well as healthcare to the children and the mothers in countries that had been disproportionately destroyed by the Second World War.
UNICEF is currently working in more than one hundred and ninety (190) countries and communities to reach the children, infants, and adolescents at the most disadvantaged. UNICEF also works to provide every child with a fair chance, help, safety, and an education.
HOW DOES UNICEF HELP DISADVANTAGED CHILDREN?
According to the UNICEF website, the organization has a few areas of focus. Let’s explore these areas briefly.
Without a doubt, UNICEF’s work is admirable however, there are some people who have fallen through the crack and are not receiving the help they need. Ri’ayah foundation is a foundation by Liberians for Liberians. We see the urgent need and this foundation has been created to fill that need. Donate or sponsor a child directly today.
Developing Leaders for a Better Tomorrow
The best from amongst you is he who benefits the rest of mankind - Muhammad (SAW)
It is our goal to provide education, healthcare, Nutrition, inspiration and motivation to those in need to enable and inspire them to live healthier, more independent lives.