SEE UNICEF USA CORPORATE PARTNERS IN ACTION
Year in and year out, UNICEF and partners team up to provide life-changing support for children in need.
UNICEF and SAP are providing young people in India, Turkey and Vietnam with the hard and soft skills they need in a changing global economy.
UNICEF is strengthening health care for children and adolescents living with and at risk of chronic NCDs, with funding from Eli Lilly.
With funding from the Baxter International Foundation, UNICEF is expanding community access to vital water, sanitation and hygiene services.
Investing in young people's education can create a more equitable and inclusive economy and society for all.
Developed by UNICEF and partners, the Learning Passport helps marginalized children and young people access remote education.
India's brutal second wave of COVID-19 calls for urgent action. Companies are answering that call by supporting UNICEF's emergency response.
UNICEF corporate partners play a crucial role in getting children the lifesaving aid they need whenever and wherever they need it.
The new version of Primero, a case management tool, is revolutionizing the way social workers coordinate critical care for children at risk.
Corporate partners are pitching in to support UNICEF's work around the world during the novel coronavirus pandemic.
To fight COVID-19, UNICEF has joined forces with soap maker Savonor to make handwashing cheaper and easier for children and families.
Created by UNICEF, Microsoft & the University of Cambridge, the Learning Passport helps students continue their educations at home.