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Tribute Giving
Honour someone you love by helping someone in need.
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Tribute Giving

Honour someone you love by helping someone in need.

Tribute Giving

Honour yourself or someone you love by helping someone in need.

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Support frontliners

Support frontliners

We salute you frontliners, for your service to the nation

Make a Tribute Gift to Honour Yourself or Someone Special! 

A UNICEF Tribute Gift is a special way to recognise and honour a special person, and/or to celebrate special occasions such as birthdays, graduations, wedding anniversaries, job promotions, retirement, newborn babies by giving back.

More than just a gift, it is also a donation. By selecting this gift, you can make someone feel even more special by brightening up a child’s day- your generosity can help nourish, educate, vaccinate and protect children who are most in need, and more importantly, save lives.

Ways to Give

There are so many ways to help children in need, choose way that works best for you.

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Celebration

Newborn

Newborn

Birthday

Birthday

Graduation

Graduation

Wedding, anniversary and engagement

Wedding, anniversary and engagement

Job promotion

Job promotion

Retirement

Retirement

In memory

In memory

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Why your support matters to UNICEF

While Malaysia has made substantial progress in reducing child poverty, protecting children from harm and putting more children in school, there are still some children being left behind, and they are the most vulnerable and hardest to reach. There’s still a lot that can be done and your tribute gift today can help make a difference in children’s lives.

Here’s how a generous gift from you can help and save children’s lives

A fair chance

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Relative poverty among children in Malaysia stands at 17.5%

Policies have a critical impact on a child’s needs and well- being; we need to make the system as child-friendly as possible.

How can we fix this?
To push for positive change for children in Malaysia, UNICEF focuses on well-being, social inclusion and disparity reduction, and enhanced engagement and partnerships for child rights. We support social policy work in the country through research, dissemination of reports and engage in building partnerships with different stakeholders.

How can we fix this?

To push for positive change for children in Malaysia, UNICEF focuses on well-being, social inclusion and disparity reduction, and enhanced engagement and partnerships for child rights. We support social policy work in the country through research, dissemination of reports and engage in building partnerships with different stakeholders.

Survive and thrive

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1 in 5 children is stunted, whereas 1 in 10 is underweight in Malaysia

UNICEF is working on to help Malaysia achieve its nutrition goals in line with the National Nutrition Policy.

How can we fix this?

UNICEF is pushing for the adoption of a mandatory national law on the International Code of Marketing of Breastmilk Substitutes, development of national policies to improve adolescent wellbeing, generating nutritional data to improve existing data and to promote healthy eating for all.

Learning

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51% of children aged 5-6 are not attending preschool

Education is the right of every child and is an important part of nation building. UNICEF works with local organisations to push for more inclusive classrooms.

How can we fix this?

UNICEF calls for teacher trainings and convening stakeholders to discuss and agree on systems/policies for inclusive education. To enable access to basic education for indigenous children, UNICEF is working with local groups to encourage mother-tongue education.

Child protection

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90% of child abuse cases go unreported daily

Children need protection from various harms that could potentially inflict them in their lives. Some of the issues most prominent in Malaysia include child abuse and neglect, conflict with the law and child marriages.

How can we fix this?

UNICEF is working towards capacity building for child friendly systems, making sure mechanisms in place to keep children safe online and offline, feeding into policy discussions and decisions involving children and providing feedback to the Government on laws and policies.

Fight against COVID-19

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COVID-19 has changed the lives of children everywhere

COVID-19 has affected the way children access education, the way their families earn an income, and how safe they feel in their homes and communities.

How can we fix this?

In collaboration with Mercy Malaysia, UNICEF is distributing hygiene supplies and holding awareness raising sessions in schools, alternative learning centres, low cost flats, detention centres and other community locales in strategic parts of the country in order to help contain the spread of COVID-19.

Social inclusion for children with disabilities

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In Malaysia, there are an estimated 440,000 children with disabilities. 58% of Malaysians surveyed feel underinformed about disability

Accessing education, health and social welfare services are hindered because of people’s negative perceptions of disability, unaccommodating environment and institutional barriers.

How can we fix this?

UNICEF is working with stakeholders to identify and address gaps in service delivery, advocating for attitude and behavioral change to end violence and discrimination against children with disabilities, promoting social inclusion and increasing knowledge and understanding about disability.

UNICEF achieved the following results in 2019

0 juta kanak-kanak
Telah mendapat manfaat dari perkhidmatan mencegah kekurangan zat makanan / malnutrisi untuk kanak-kanak bawah 5 tahun
0 juta kanak-kanak yang tidak bersekolah
disediakan pendidikan
0 juta kanak-kanak dan orang muda
diberikan ilmu kemahiran
0 juta orang
diberi akses kepada air minuman yang bersih dan selamat
0 juta orang
diberikan perkhidmatan asas sanitasi

bantuan kemanusiaan disediakan

0 bantuan kemanusiaan
disediakan di 96 buah negara
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