Seven-year-old Vandy was fortunate to recover from the Ebola virus, but thousands more children are in danger across West Africa.

I want to give a donation of:
£75
�75 could provide a tarpaulin to be used as a temporary community shelter for children and families affected by the outbreak. Credit: © UNICEF £75 could provide a tarpaulin to be used as a temporary community shelter for children and families affected by the outbreak.
£50
£50 could provide over 20 buckets which can be used in health centres to prevent infection. Credit: © UNICEF £50 could provide over 20 water buckets which can be used in health centres to prevent infection.
£30
£30 could buy and deliver an ebola protection kit Credit: © UNICEF £30 could buy and deliver a hygiene kit to keep children safe from infection.
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A young boy takes a bath in plastic container in the village of Mateneh in Sierra Leone Credit: © UNICEF
£8
£8 a month could provide over four litres of chlorine for hand washing. Credit: © UNICEF 2015 £8 a month could provide over four litres of chlorine for hand washing.
£5
£5 a month could provide over 150 latex gloves for health workers. Credit: © UNICEF 2015 £5 a month could provide over 150 latex gloves for health workers.
£3
£3 a month could provide more than 23 bars of soap to children in West Africa. Credit: © UNICEF 2015 £3 a month could provide more than 23 bars of soap to children in West Africa.
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 Credit: © UNICEF/NYHQ2000-0578/Shehzad Noorani

Donate and help protect a child from the Ebola virus. You can help us reach children.

The Ebola outbreak in West Africa is one of the deadliest the world has ever seen. Right now children are in danger and they need your help. 

Unicef is doing everything it can to stop the spread of the Ebola virus but we don’t have enough funds to reach every child and community in danger. We urgently need more donations to provide household protection kits containing gloves, masks, soap and chlorine to prevent the spread of the virus. 

You can help us reach children affected by the Ebola crisis and prevent the spread. Just £30 could buy and deliver a protection kit to keep children safe from Ebola.

Please donate to the Ebola crisis now.  

If funds raised exceed Unicef's funding requirements for this appeal, your gift will go to our Children's Emergency Fund.