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Running head: UNITED NATIONS CHILDREN’S FUND 1 United Nations Children’s Fund Name Institutional Affiliation Date
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UNITED NATIONS CHILDREN’S FUND 2 Introduction UNICEF as a non-profit organization is an organization that is not profit driven. Its primary objective is to serve the public freely. It is mainly referred to as a charitable sector, tax- exempt sector, social sector or even voluntary sector. Its objectives are to mainly support global children through various ways such as education, advocacy, fundraising in the United States. UNICEF works with the civil leaders, government, campus groups, corporation, teachers, celebrities, churches and every other willing individual who can help in advocating for better well being and survival for every child( Heilbroner, 1959). History of the Organization In the repercussion of World War II, UNICEF was established after the General Assembly of the United Nations voted. This was an organization aim towards helping provide support and relief to children in different nations affected by the warfare( Heilbroner, 1959). Once the medical crisis as well as the food catastrophe of the end of 1940s came to pass, UNICEF remains in place and continued its helping and relief role as an aid organization for children distressed countries. It became a very vocal children right’s advocator in the 1970s. In the During the 1980s, United Nation Commission on Human rights was assisted by the UNICEF in writing of an important act of Convention on the Rights of the Child( Heilbroner, 1959).
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