Three-year-old Nkosingivile with his mother Philile in Mvundlane community, Swaziland. Nkosingivile was born free from HIV thanks to the support and education his mother received from Unicef-trained community health worker, Zodwa. Photo: Unicef/2017/Matas

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£100 could provide more than 110 pregnant women with HIV tests to help protect their baby.

£50 could help provide the vaccines to protect more than 300 children from deadly disease.

£30 could provide all of the midwifery equipment necessary for the safe delivery of a baby.

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Help a child grow up healthy, happy and able to play.

Childhood should be one endless playtime. But around the world, disease, conflict, hunger and poverty are disrupting play for millions of kids. In 2020, Soccer Aid for Unicef is stepping up to make sure children everywhere grow up happy, healthy and able to play. Just like children should.

Why Unicef?

Unicef makes sure more of the world’s children are fed, vaccinated, educated and protected than any other organisation. In over 190 countries, our teams work tirelessly to ensure that children have the chance to thrive from the moment they’re born.

We’ve done more to influence laws, policies and customs to help protect children than any other charity. We get things done. And we’re not going to stop until the world is a safe place for all our children.

We receive no funding from the UN budget. We rely entirely on voluntary donations like yours to fund our vital work to protect children in danger, transforming their lives and building a safer world for tomorrow’s children.

When you donate money online today and support Soccer Aid for Unicef, you can help give children everywhere a childhood full of play.

Please give what you can and donate online now. Thank you.

Nkosingivile,3, was born free from HIV thanks to the support his mother Philile (right) received from Unicef-trained community healthworker Zodwa. Photo: Unicef/2017/Matas

Three-year-old Nkosingivile was born free from HIV, thanks to the support his mother Philile received from Unicef-trained community health worker Zodwa (right).
Photo: Unicef/2017/Matas