The COVID-19 pandemic has left no part of the world untouched.
The largest vaccine procurement and supply operation ever is underway –
and UNICEF is playing a key role, leading efforts to ensure delivery of up to 2 billion doses of COVID-19 vaccine
to more than 190 countries by the end of 2021.
Through the strategic plan adopted by COVAX Facility, UNICEF is working with global partners to focus on supporting 92 low- and middle-income countries and regions to help and ensure they have fair access to COVID-19 vaccines.
With your support, UNICEF will deliver 2 billion COVID-19 vaccines for health workers and the most high risk people.
Your donation will ensure:
COVAX (COVID-19 Vaccine Global Access) is the global initiative to ensure rapid and equitable access to coronavirus vaccines for all countries. As part of COVAX, UNICEF is leading the biggest health and logistics operation in history.
By supporting UNICEF now, you’re not only helping deliver 2 billion COVID-19 vaccines, 245 million therapeutics and 500 million tests – you’re helping open the door to a brighter future.
Our most urgent priority is to protect health workers and the most vulnerable people across the globe. We’ll then focus on ensuring teachers are protected so that millions of children can go back to school.
You’ll enable us to lead the end-to-end supply of vaccines, tests and treatment in low- and middle-income countries. This includes:
UNICEF has been working closely with governments and organizations since the start of the coronavirus outbreak. We have worked to limit the spread of the virus and reduce the impact on children and families, especially in countries with weaker health systems:
We need your help to keep the vaccines at a stable, cold temperature until the moment they are administered:
– HK$750 – could provide 1,630 pcs of Syringes
– HK$3,500 – could provide 2,380 pcs of Vaccine Carriers
– HK$10,000 – could provide 52 pcs of Cold Boxes for vaccine transportation
Your gift will support UNICEF’s critical response to prevent the spread of coronavirus.
To restart the world for children, we need your help!