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Your Donations at Work

How we can Help Children Together?

Thanks to the support it receives from citizens and businesses UNICEF is able to implement important activities aimed at creating better living conditions for the most vulnerable children. Thanks to your support we can provide urgent humanitarian assistance for children caught in emergency situations both in Croatia and worldwide.

Some of our Activities Implemented in 2015:

450 000 HRK

is the value of provided equipment for 12 neonatal intensive care units which enable skin-to-skin contact with parents and breastfeeding for premature babies

415 000 HRK

of furniture and didactic toys for children with disabilities in 17 kindergartens

300 000 HRK

of equipment for 87 foster care families with more than one hundred children aged between 0 and 3 years

120

patronage nurses in Zagreb and Split trained for support to breastfeeding of prematurely born babies and babies with disabilities

2,3 million HRK

invested in equipment and professional training to enable more child-friendly practices in courts

1 automobile

provided for foster families in Varaždin county in cooperation with Auto Zubak

660 tons

of humanitarian aid for families affected by earthquakes in Nepal, Croatian citizens and companies helped with 899 000 HRK

30

children go to informal kindergarten in flood-affected Gunja from July 2014.

>> Activities for children in Croatia

>> Assistance to Refugee and Migrant Children

>> Assistance to Children and Families in Flooded areas

>> Assistance to Children around the World

What our Guardians of Childhood Say?

Meet the Children we Help

  • Supporting children with disabilities in Opatovac - Husen's story

    Supporting children with disabilities in Opatovac - Husen's story

    Husen Muhamad Khaled is 6. While his father was at work, he went out to the street in Idliba, Syria to buy some bread and the bomb hit the street he was taking. Husen had lost his leg. He came to the refugee reception center in Opatovac, Croatia from Syria, after an arduous one week on the road and sea with his family: mother, father, 2 brothers and 2 sisters.

  • How the Flood Changed Ibrahim’s Life

    How the Flood Changed Ibrahim’s Life

    Ganja Workshop, which was launched in Gunja after the floods, helped children like 6-year old Ibrahim to divert their thoughts from the floods to play, creativity and socializing with their peers.

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