I want to give a donation of:
£70
£70 could buy exercise books for 200 children and pencils for a whole school. In emergencies temporary schools can provide a safe haven for children. Credit: © UNICEF/MLIA2012-00018/HARANDANE DICKO £70 could buy exercise books for 200 children and pencils for a whole school. In emergencies temporary schools can provide a safe haven for children.
£50
£50 could buy water kits for two families in an emergency. Credit: © UNICEF/NYHQ2012-0879/Abdulmunem £50 could buy water kits to give 5 families access to safe water in an emergency.
£22
£22 could treat a severely malnourished child with ready to use therapeutic food for a week in an emergency. Credit: © UNICEF UK/2007/Giacomo Pirozzi £22 could treat a severely malnourished child with ready to use therapeutic food for a week in an emergency.
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Girls raise their hands at a tent classroom in Afghanistan Credit: © UNICEF/NYHQ2007-1086/SHEHZAD NOORANI
£13
£13 a month could pay for 2 emergency school-in-a-box kits helping at least 80 children go to school. Credit: © UNICEF/MLIA2012-00018/HARANDANE DICKO £13 a month could pay for 2 emergency school-in-a-box kits helping at least 80 children go to school.
£10
£10 a month could buy water kits to give 12 families access to safe water in an emergency. Credit: © UNICEF/NYHQ2006-0429/Giacomo Pirozzi £10 a month could buy water kits to give 12 families access to safe water in an emergency.
£3
£3 a month could treat 2 severely malnourished children with ready to use therapeutic food for a month in an emergency. Credit: © UNICEF UK/2007/Giacomo Pirozzi £3 a month could treat 2 severely malnourished children with ready to use therapeutic food for a month in an emergency.
MY OWN CHOICE
Girls raise their hands at a tent classroom in Afghanistan Credit: © UNICEF/NYHQ2007-1086/SHEHZAD NOORANI

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Whenever or wherever disaster strikes, we respond rapidly to deliver life-saving food, medicine and water so children in danger get the help they need. We rely on money from our Children’s Emergency Fund to do this.

Currently there are 59 million children facing conflict, natural disasters and other complex emergencies in 50 countries across the world. Children are hardest hit – losing lives, families, homes and schools. 

From children affected by natural disasters such as the earthquake that has just struck Ecuador, to those fleeing brutal conflict in countries like Syria, there's never been a more challenging time for children. By donating today, you can help us reach more children - especially where there's little media attention but the need for help is just as great.

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