2011 in review: read the Annual Report
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Inspiring stories of survival and UNICEF triumphs, compelling supporter highlights, examples of lifesaving contributions, accounts of U.S. Fund National and Regional Board leadership — the 2011 U.S. Fund for UNICEF Annual Report has it all.
Published each fall, the report offers a snapshot of recent U.S. Fund activities and a summary of financial highlights from our fiscal year. But it does something else, too — it serves as a yearly rallying cry for U.S. supporters of child survival. The Annual Report chronicles successes and galvanizes us all to tackle future challenges.
This year, the report features stories about fighting measles in Liberia, getting girls into school in India, and providing emergency relief in Pakistan. It also captures many of UNICEF’s accomplishments, including the procurement of enough doses of vaccine to immunize 58 percent of the world’s children.
Readers also learn about the American donors, foundations, corporate partners, NGOs, UNICEF Ambassadors, sports teams, and volunteers who help empower UNICEF to perform such amazing feats. You can also find a map depicting UNICEF’s presence all over the world, see dozens of stirring photos, get a program breakdown of U.S. Fund contributions, learn about recent U.S. Fund field visits, and much more.
If you haven’t already, check out the Annual Report.