Your one-time support will help UNICEF make a difference to the lives of children in China.
Protect Children in Emergences
In conflict and disaster, children suffer first and suffer most. The chaos and insecurity of emergencies threatens their access to food, clean water, safe shelter, medical care and protection and results in increased vulnerability to disease, malnutrition and violence.
Support to the most urgently needed Chinese projects
Since 1979, UNICEF has been carrying out programmes in remote areas of China. These programmes provide support and assistance to children in need from several perspectives: healthcare, nutrition, water and sanitation, education, child protection and welfare. More specifically, these programmes also look to address issues related to maternal and child health, child-friendly schools, and early childhood development. Your kind support will be used to help Chinese children to meet their most urgent needs through our projects*.
Safeguard Adolescent Mental Health
It is estimated that at least 30 million children and adolescents aged under 17 in China struggle with emotional or behavioural problems. Among them, 20 per cent have had suicidal thoughts. However, more than half couldn’t access mental health services that they need.
Your donation will support the integration of adolescent mental health services into the primary health care system; help advocate for making psychological counselling services more affordable for all families; and empower adolescents with skills and knowledge to support their mental health*.
Enhance Early Childhood Development
The years from pregnancy to a child turning 3 years old are critical and lay the foundation for lifelong health and learning. However, in China, nearly 17 million children under 5 years old are unable to reach their full potential, especially in rural areas of central and western regions. Your support will help provide community-based integrated early childhood services for families and young children, including guidance on health, nutrition, interaction, and play*.
Prevent Child Overweight and Obesity
In 2020, the prevalence of overweight and obesity among children and adolescents aged 6-17 reached 19 per cent, almost double that of 2015. The situation has been exacerbated by unhealthy food environments, the availability of ultra-processed foods, and aggressive marketing. You can help create a healthy food environment for children and empower them to develop healthy eating habits and lifestyles that could have long-term benefits throughout their lives*.
*Your one-off donations will go to a pool fund to support the implementation of China Country Programme in the cycle of 2021-2025, providing all kinds of support to children in need.
We accept monthly support, and you can also make a one-time support by bank transfer, postal transfer or Alipay. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us:
Phone: 021 5113 2366
Fax: (86-10) 6532 7384
Bank name: Bank of China, Head office banking Dept.
Account Name: UNICEF Office for China
Account number: 7783 5002 1519
Address: No. 1 Fuxingmennei Street, Beijing
Zip code: 100818
Bank code: 1041 000 000 81
Swift code: BKCH CNBJ
Please leave your phone number in the remarks section of the remittance slip so that we can contact you. Thank you!
Name of Recipient: UNICEF Office for China
Recipient address: No. 12, Sanlitun Road, Beijing
Zip code: 100600
Account number: firstname.lastname@example.org