We’ve officially been a club at the High School for ONE full year! Congratulations everyone and thanks again to all the dedicated members!
Mobile Health Teams are bringing care to nomadic Ethiopians thanks to UNICEF.
“My child became healthy and is now full of joy,” said Ms. Ali Hared. She was herself treated for anaemia and headaches. “I received iron tablets, and I have stopped feeling faint. I got painkillers and I am now fine and strong and can work well. They treated me very well.” www.unicef.org
Without a doubt UNICEF’s help saved many more children’s lives that would have been at risk.
I’m glad the millions of children that were originally excluded can have the same rights as child in the world due to this organization. Slowly the children are getting a right to pursue an education that can eventually better the future of Mexico.
“We must make our cities fit for children, and in doing so, make them better places for all.” – Executive Director Anthony Lake
The children that die due to preventable causes in now 21,000! congratulations still a long way to go. I’m so glad we can help
Were going to meet up again after school on tuesday! see you all there
We’re hoping to make a banner for all of our fundraisers. hopfully UNICEF approves!
Recently our club had a book sale for UNICEF outside a local restaurant this past weekend. We were lucky enough to sell some gently used books and reciveve some generous donations. Two out of the three days we were struck with some bad luck and the weather was not that great but we all stuck through it as a group. In total we raised about $170.00 which we will donate to the UNICEF Tap Project, just in time for world water day!