UNICEF provides life-saving humanitarian assistance.
At the other side of the world, violent conflicts still rage in the Middle East and North Africa, and Syria is still in smoke. 28 million children around the world have to leave their homes because of wars or natural disasters. Many of them have no shelter, no sufficient clothes for the winter, and no clean water. They are in danger at all times. In conflicts, children are most vulnerable and innocent, but suffer so much. Your support will help bring more hope to them.
Donate 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 donation will be used to help Chinese children to meet their most urgent needs through our projects.
Child Welfare Program
In remote villages in China, many children cannot enjoy a carefree childhood. They become "small adults" at home because of poverty and illness suffered by their family members. Since 2010, we have set up Barefoot Social Workers - Child Welfare Directors in 200 villages in Shanxi, Henan, Sichuan, Yunnan, and Xinjiang to give every girl and boy a childhood. Today, with support from Child Welfare Directors, nearly 200,000 disadvantaged children’s lives have been improved, with access to adequate food and clothing, healthcare, school education, care and love. Even a small amount of support can go a long way!
Save the lives of new-born babies
Newborn babies are likely to suffer from asphyxia, low temperature, infection or even death in short time. In China, about 248 newborns die every day. In rural areas, the mortality rate is twice that of urban areas. These deaths can be prevented and avoided through simple and effective measures. Since 2016, we have worked with the National Health Commission to implement the Safe Neonatal Project in 20 counties in Ningxia, Qinghai, Sichuan and Guizhou to reduce neonatal mortality.
We need your help to save more newborn babies!
We accept monthly donations, and you can also make a one-time donation by bank transfer, postal transfer or Alipay. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us:
Phone: (86-10) 85312640, 85312644 or 85312666
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