I want to give a donation of:
£25
A two-year-old Bangladeshi girl splashes water in a small plastic basin beside a tube well installed with UNICEF assistance. Credit: © UNICEF/NYHQ2000-0578/Shehzad Noorani  Bangladesh, 2000 £25 could provide more than 30 pregnant women with HIV tests to help protect their baby.
£50
Children learning to read and write in the Tihama, Yemen. Credit: © UNICEF/NYHQ2006-0429/Giacomo Pirozzi £50 could provide special water kits to 6 families, giving them access to safe drinking water.
£75
Scolastica Iria and baby Francis Credit: © UNICEF UK/2006/Caroline Irby  Kenya, 2006 £75 could buy exercise books for 180 children and pencils for a whole school.
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A two-year-old Bangladeshi girl splashes water in a small plastic basin beside a tubewell installed with UNICEF assistance. Credit: © UNICEF/NYHQ2000-0578/Shehzad Noorani  Bangladesh, 2000
£5
A two-year-old Bangladeshi girl splashes water in a small plastic basin beside a tube well installed with UNICEF assistance. Credit: © UNICEF/NYHQ2000-0578/Shehzad Noorani  Bangladesh, 2000 £5 a month could provide enough special water kits to give 7 families access to safe drinking water.
£7
Children learning to read and write in the Tihama, Yemen. Credit: © UNICEF/NYHQ2006-0429/Giacomo Pirozzi £7 a month could give over 20 children a school-in-a-box kit to continue their education in times of emergency and conflict.
£13
Scolastica Iria and baby Francis. Credit: © UNICEF UK/2006/Caroline Irby  Kenya, 2006 £13 a month could provide all of the midwifery equipment necessary for the safe delivery of more than 6 children.
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A two-year-old Bangladeshi girl splashes water in a small plastic basin beside a tubewell installed with UNICEF assistance. Credit: © UNICEF/NYHQ2000-0578/Shehzad Noorani  Bangladesh, 2000

Donate to help UNICEF save and change children's lives

The members of Ntopwa Super Queens, an all-female football team from Blantyre in southern Malawi, all study computing at Bangwe Youth Centre, which is funded by UNICEF and Glasgow City Council. Many of the girls have been victims of domestic violence, and taking part in sport while gaining skills for employment is helping them to rebuild their lives. Places like Bangwe are rare, but there are now plans to build a similar centre in a neighbouring district with funds raised by the partnership between UNICEF and the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games.

As official charity partner of the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games, UNICEF has a unique chance to put children first across the Commonwealth.

The Herald and Sunday Herald’s Children of the Commonwealth Appeal is supporting UNICEF to save and change children’s lives. With your support, children can get life-saving food, vaccines and clean water, and the opportunity to take part in sport, many for the first time.

Children of the Commonwealth Appeal - The Herald, Sunday Herald & UNICEF UK