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provides 80 hygiene soap bars to vulnerable homes and marginalized communities every month, so they can take safety precautions through hand washing.

hygiene soap bars

sends 18 protective gowns to frontline health workers every month, to serve as a protective barrier in preventing possible transmission of diseases.

protective gowns

supplies 4 large bottles of sanitizers every month, to further reduce the risk of viral transmission.

Sanitizers

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provides 288 hygiene soap bars to vulnerable homes and marginalized communities so they can take safety precautions through hand washing.

hygiene soap bars

sends 107 protective gowns to frontline health workers, to serve as a protective barrier in preventing possible transmission of diseases.

protective gowns

supplies 28 large bottles of sanitizers to further reduce the risk of viral transmission.

Sanitizers

Sustainable funding is crucial to our children's work. EVERY RINGGIT COUNTS.

Every Ringgit Counts
Donate now

Alternatively, you can

submit this form by mail/fax, download this form and send it to the address/fax number below. Please make all cheques payable to “UNICEF”.

Download form

Together, we can make a difference.

As the world suffers from the collateral impacts of COVID-19, UNICEF is working hard to ensure every child's basic need is continuously met. Such needs include access to clean water, proper sanitation, health, protection and more importantly, education.

Be a friend of UNICEF today. Donate now, so we can secure a safe and promising future for every child, everywhere.

Refer to our Frequently Asked Questions for further clarification about this appeal!

*Donations of RM50 and above are tax exempt under Section 44(6) of the Income Tax Act 1967.

The pandemic is a health crisis which is quickly becoming a child rights crisis. Schools are closed, parents are out of work and families are under growing strain. As we begin to reimagine what a post-COVID world would look like, these funds will help us respond to the crisis, recover from its aftermath, and protect children from its knock-on effects."

- UNICEF Executive Director Henrietta Fore

Did you know?

  • 40% of the world's population are not able to wash their hands with soap and water at home.
  • Nearly 370 million children across 143 countries who normally rely on school meals for a reliable source of daily nutrition must now look to other sources as schools are shuttered.
  • Nearly 1.3 billion students (that's over 72%) are kept out of school as a result of nationwide school closures in 177 countries.
  • As of 14 April, over 117 million children in 37 countries may miss out on their measles vaccination as the pandemic causes immunization campaigns to stop to reduce the risk of viral transmission.

Your support can help UNICEF respond to the pandemic in countries with existing humanitarian crises — working both to prevent viral transmission and mitigate the collateral impacts on children, women and vulnerable populations — before it spreads any further.

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United Nations Children’s Fund Menara PJH, Level 10, No. 2,

Jalan Tun Abdul Razak, Precinct 2, 62100, Putrajaya, Malaysia